The final issue of Lois Lane arrives this week from Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins.
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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!
Huge amounts of money shifting hands and the death of a fellow journalist – is there a sinister plot beneath it all? Find out in Lois Lane #2!
The beginning of a new series featuring ace reporter Lois Lane. America is coming apart at the seams as an administration built on graft and corruption lurches from one crisis to another. Daily Planet investigative reporter Lois Lane is in Chicago digging up malfeasance on a grand scale, fighting the good fight for Truth, Justice and the American way. Can she shine a light on the forces arrayed against her? Find out in our stunning Major Spoilers review!
DC Comics has announced Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins launching Lois Lane, a 12-issue maxiseries, that kicks off on July 3rd.
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