When is it time to change a comic book’s setup? Do creators hit the panic button too soon?
Browsing: Lois Lane
Sideshow Collectibles has opened pre-orders for a new statue of Superman and Lois flying high above Metropolis.
In eighty years, Superman has made a lot of friends and met a lot of hangers on, and more than a few of them chose to put on his shield. And most of them weren’t even his cousin! Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Super Girls!
One of the staples of being a superhero has slowly been fading away. Should these characters even consider having a secret identity any longer?
One book really rocked my comics reading world last week, and it was DC’s Black Label Catwoman: Lonely City #1. I wish more comics were this daring!
Lois Lane loves Superman. But sometimes, she’s not specific about WHICH Superman. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane #8 awaits!
The final issue of Lois Lane arrives this week from Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins.
The braid begins to unravel as Lois, Renee Montoya, Midnight, and Sister Clarice all come together in this week’s Lois Lane #11 from DC Comics.
Brian Bendis is challenging the Man of Steel… something that hero has needed for a long time now!
DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Lois Lane #9 from artist Mike Perkins and writer Greg Rucka.
DC Comics has released an early preview of Lois Lane #8, which features the title character meets the Kiss of Death.
As I’m writing this, I’ve just completed watching the first episode of The CW’s Crisis…
Lois Lane is not a superhero. But she may as well be, given her ability to navigate through tremendous difficulties in a superheroic world. Take the jump for our review of Lois Lane #6 from DC Comics.
Lois is ready to really kick her investigation into gear, but first she needs to handle a new set of problems once a certain big blue boyscout comes to town. Elsewhere, Renee Montoya comes face to face(?) with someone she least expected. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!