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Even as a big Bat-fan, every so often I have to give the Man of Steel his due!

Now that Superman is going where no longjohns-wearer has gone before – 80 years of being published – it’s time to talk about Big Blue!

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Who is Superwoman?  The answer probably won’t surprise you, but it makes for an interesting tale…  Your Major Spoilers review of Superwoman #1 awaits!

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PRESS RELEASE: Switch Press, the Young Adult imprint of Capstone, announced today that iconic DC character Lois Lane will return in Lois Lane: Triple Threat, the third book in the series by Gwenda Bond. On the heels of Lois Lane: Fallout and Lois Lane: Double Down, Bond will return in 2017 with a new story of the adventures of a teenage Lois Lane.

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Press Release: DC Comics’ iconic character Lois Lane will be back for more in Lois Lane: DoubleDown, the second book in Gwenda Bond’s new series from Switch Press, the Young Adult imprint of Capstone.  Following the success of the first book in the series, Lois Lane: Fallout, Gwenda returns with a new story of the adventures of a teenage Lois Lane, as she begins to discover her passion for journalism and become the character loved by generations of fans.

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I don’t always remember my first encounter with a comics creator. In fact, it may take several “meetings” for me to “notice” a great writer or artist. However, when it comes to both Jay Faerber and Jamal Ingle, I never have a problem with this. The first time I read their work was back in 2003 in this Image Comics series, Venture. The cool thing is that Action Lab is now reprinting the series, and I’m collecting them because they’re so worth having! (I never got good copies the first time around, but I just had to read them!)

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Superman and Lois sitting in a tree, K-I-S-OH-MY-GOD-THE-CITY-IS-UNDER-A-GIANT-DOME!

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Valentine’s Day is almost here and in honour of a holiday celebrating love, here’s a list of couples in love from comics we love. Major Spoilers presents you with Top 5 Comic Book Couples!

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Over 75 years old and one of DC’s most important characters, it’s time that we told you all about Lois Lane. The reporter with a spine of steel, and the only woman truly deserving of Superman! Up, up, and away! So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!

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Lois Lane is one of the most important women in the DC Universe, but do you know everything about her? Let me enlighten you with this video.

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It bounced around the Internet for a few days, but it looks like the truth has been revealed – Switch Press/Capstone is making a young adult novel featuring everyone’s favorite investigative reporter, Lois Lane.

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The Man of Steel, still possessed by Doomsday, must protect the Earth from not only Brianiac, but himself.

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There’s nothing like a good surprise when reading a comic. Well, this issue of Earth 2 has not one, but at least two BIG shocks – at least, I thought they were big! DC has always been criticized for having multiple universes, so for a while, the idea of reviving the Justice Society was shelved. Maybe what helped this time was not using that name and instead going with “Earth 2.”

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Just visit your local grocery store and you’ll discover that Valentine’s Day is coming soon. I’m always happy when that holiday goes by because it means February is half over, that month bringing the worst weather of the year where I live on the East Coast. Second, I’m not a big fan of love stories.

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