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Superman Returns: Lois Lane #1

Writer: Marc Andreyko Artist: Wellington Dias Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Michael Bailey Jul 3, 2006

    In The End: I'm really glad that DC decided to put these Prequel books out. Even though the "Lex Luthor" book wasn't the best it could be, it gave readers an idea of what the world has been like without Superman in it. With Lois the background material was very important considering her relationship with Superman, especially in this iteration. Marc Andreyko is such a fantastic writer, and he was the best choice to handle this character. He has such a great handle on female characters as is evidenced by his work on Manhunter. I must also mention that this issue had the best cover out of the four. Adam Hughes' art was very haunting and sad as Lois sits on the roof of the Daily Planet clutching Superman's cape. All in all, a fantastic book, and I definitely recommend you pick it up even if you don't plan on seeing the film. Read Full Review

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