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REVIEW: Lois Lane #8

Lois Lane #8 is one of my favourite issues of the series so far. I find myself feeling this way with every issue that is released. This series is truly of the highest calibre. The main cover for this issue is created by interior artist Mike Perkins and sees a very confident looking Lois captured… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #8

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #7

Lois Lane is back with issue 7! As we are coming towards the end of the maxi-series, we are constantly brought action packed issues, and this one is no exception. Each week I get more and more excited to read this book, and that is only growing. First up, let’s check out the covers. Interior… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #7

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #6

It’s odd having so many individual series overlap and exist in the same universe. This week’s issue is Lois Lane, and I have been eagerly waiting for this since the finale of Event Leviathan. I actually thought it would get confusing, but the way that it’s presented is done very well and with ease. The… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #6

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #3

Lois Lane #3 deals with the aftermath of the violence that rounded out the last issue. Considering the events that took place, I believe the cover to this issue created by interior artist Mike Perkins is honestly a stroke of genius. The fact that you really need to have a familiarity with the events of… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #3

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #2

When reflecting upon the Superman family books and mini series being published right now, DC Comics have certainly created a specific and unique feel for each title. The core Superman title feels very much like an intergalactic space opera, while Action Comics is immersed in mystery and intrigue. Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen brings the silver… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #2

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REVIEW: Lois Lane #1

Lois finally takes centre stage in her very own 12 issue series by Eisner award winning writer Greg Rucka and artist Mike Perkins. Well aware of this creative teams’ previous endeavors on titles such as Daredevil, Iron Fist and Gotham Central I was going into this series with the highest of expectations. I hoped we’d… Read More REVIEW: Lois Lane #1

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REVIEW: Superman #9

The wait is over! What has the Crime Syndicate got planned for Superboy? Before we find out, lets check out the covers to Superman #9. Ivan Reis, Joe Prado and Alex Sinclair have really captured the pack mentality of The Syndicate as they menacingly surround Jon and Jor-El. Seeing The Crime Syndicates powers in subtle… Read More REVIEW: Superman #9