Superwoman #2 Review: Where’s Lois Lane?

Superwoman  was advertised as a Lois Lane comic book. The New 52 Lois got superpowers when the New 52 Superman died, and now she was ready to take to the skies to defend and protect Metropolis as Superwoman. I was intrigued. It wasn’t the Lois Lane comic I was hoping for; I’d rather see herContinue reading “Superwoman #2 Review: Where’s Lois Lane?”

Superwoman #1 Review: Either One Of The Best Or Worst Comics Of DC’s “Rebirth” Line

Superwoman is a great comic book until the last page, and depending on how that last page plays out it’s either going to be a book I’ll be very much looking forward to each month or a book I’ll drop like a hot potato. We’ll see how it goes. I’m certainly hoping for the former,Continue reading “Superwoman #1 Review: Either One Of The Best Or Worst Comics Of DC’s “Rebirth” Line”

Superman/Wonder Woman #18 Preview OR Wonder Woman’s Wrapped Up In Another Superman Crossover

June’s #DCYou mini-relaunch has promised exciting new developments for most of their returning titles, but it seems that the only thing new with Wonder Woman is that she’s all wrapped up in the big changes rocking Superman. His secret identity has been exposed and his powers are wonky, and he seems to be having aContinue reading “Superman/Wonder Woman #18 Preview OR Wonder Woman’s Wrapped Up In Another Superman Crossover”

When President Kennedy Helped Superman OR A Rather Ill-Timed Tale

I’ve been reading some old Superman comics lately, and that always leads to some bizarre discoveries.  The Silver Age was a bonkers time for comics generally, but every now and then there’s a story that’s so weird that it needs to be shared. In Action Comics #309, Superman was the guest on a TV showContinue reading “When President Kennedy Helped Superman OR A Rather Ill-Timed Tale”