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Preview: Lois Lane #6 (of 12)

Lois Lane #6 (of 12)

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Mike Perkins
In Shops: Dec 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Spinning out of the shocking last issues of Event Leviathan, Lois struggles to recover from a tragedy that shakes her to the core. Surrounded by her friends and family, the usually stoic reporter tries to rebound as she continues to chase a story that could alter the DC Universe forever.

Preview: Lois Lane #5 (of 12)

Lois Lane #5 (of 12)

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Mike Perkins
In Shops: Nov 06, 2019
SRP: $3.99

As Lois delves deeper into a mystery whose answers could shake the entire DC Universe to its core, the Question hunts the people responsible for an attempt on the famed reporter’s life. But do they want her dead because of what she knows or to stop her from finding out more?

Lois Lane #5 (of 12)

Preview: Lois Lane #4

Lois Lane #4

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Mike Perkins
In Shops: Oct 02, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Renee Montoya wants answers. But can she handle the truth of what Lois Lane has uncovered? The questions pile up as Lois meets with both Renee and the original faceless detective, Vic Sage.

Lois Lane #4

Preview: Lois Lane #3 (of 12)

Lois Lane #3 (of 12)

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Mike Perkins
In Shops: Sep 04, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Jon Kent surprises his mother with a visit to her hideout in Chicago with big news that ties directly into the events of SUPERMAN #15, also on sale this month. While Lois must deal with her now-17-year-old son making life-changing decisions, the two Questions-Renee Montoya and Vic Sage-try to understand their own confusing continuity.

Lois Lane #3 (of 12)

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Midnight Vista #1

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

8 Bit Apocalypse (Abrams Press) – A look at the creation of Missil Command with interviews of major figures and a look at that era of video games.

Alpha Flight: True North #1 (Marvel) – It’s Alpha Flight, nuff said.

Battlepug #1 (Image Comics) – The webcomic is back as a new comic series. It’s been years since Knmundian save the world with his Battlepug but a new threat has them back for a new adventure!

Die #7 (Image Comics) – One of the best comics out today, it’s a must for those into roleplaying games.

Doomsday Clock #11 (DC Comics) – We’ve been waiting for the latest chapter of this series which has gotten better the longer its gone on.

Everything #1 (Dark Horse) – Everything is a new mega-department store that may have more to it than just the goods you want.

Going to the Chapel #1 (Action Lab: Danger Zone) – We’ve read the first issue and it’s solid. A wedding goes off the rails due to a robbery. Think Tarantino via comic books.

The Goon #6 (Albatross Funnybooks) – One of the most fun comics out there today. A great mix of action and humor and every issue has delivered and then some.

Legion of Super Heroes Millennium #1 (DC Comics) – The Legion is coming back and it all starts here!

Lois Lane #3 (DC Comics) – The series has been top-notch taking advantage of why Lois Lane stands out as a character. Excellent writing and solid art combine to make the series stand out and us wanting an ongoing.

Midnight Vista #1 (AfterShock) – Oliver and his stepfather are abducted by aliens and years later a grown adult Oliver returns… and remembers everything.

Something is Killing the Children #1 (BOOM! Studios) – Mysteries about kids getting killed seem to be on the rise in comics but we’re intrigued for another one.

Spawn #300 (Image Comics) – The series reaches the major number of 300 and we’re excited to see what’s inside for this historical moment.

Triage #1 (Dark Horse) – An interesting sci-fi series that has a nurse waking up in an unfamiliar world with two doppelgangers, one a young and snarky superhero and the other a hardened rebel military leader.

Web of Black Widow #1 (Marvel) – Black Widow gets the spotlight in this miniseries which focuses on her past.

The Wicked + The Divine #45 (Image Comics) – The beloved series comes to a close and what a finale it’ll be.

Men of Steel and Women of Valor: Comic Books and Bible Collide in New Exhibition

Men of Steel and Women of Valor” is a new exhibition of papercuts by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik that zooms from scripture to comics and back, incorporating pop culture pizzazz into an exploration of stories that have been told and retold for thousands of years — but never like this. The exhibition opens in Cleveland on September 6, 2019, at The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion, and Culture.

At the heart of the exhibition is a series of large portraits made of cut-up comic books featuring Superman and Lois Lane, Daredevil and Elektra, the Fantastic Four — transformed into the biblical patriarchs and matriarchs, as well as modern figures. These portraits are a nod to the Jewish custom of inviting guests into one’s sukkah during the fall festival of Sukkot.

Brynjegard-Bialik’s work is emblematic of the 21st century’s mash-up culture, drawing parallels between comic book mythologies and religious traditions, delving into the stories that make us human.

This exhibition focuses heavily on Superman, created in Cleveland in the 1930s by two Jews, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster — portraits of whom are included in the show, made of cut-up Superman comics from the past 90
years.

The exhibition also includes portraits of Golda Meir, Israel’s first female prime minister, and Sally Priesand, America’s first female rabbi. The portraits share the walls with landscapes of Jerusalem, stories of fire and water and cloud, and explorations of the Mishnah — all made out of cut-up comic books. It’s a dynamic mash-up of old and new.

“Men of Steel and Women of Valor” will be open from September 6, 2019 through January 10, 2020, at The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion and Culture at The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Cleveland, Ohio. The artist will be in the gallery for an opening weekend October 11-13, 2019.

The Temple Museum of Jewish Art, Religion, and Culture is located at The Temple-Tifereth Israel Jack and Lilyan Mandel Building at 26000 Shaker Boulevard in Beachwood, Ohio 44122-7199.

Around the Tubes

Future Foundation #1

The weekend is almost here! What geeky things will you all be up to? Sound off in the comments below! While you wait for the weekday to end and weekend to begin, here’s some geeky news from around the web.

Kotaku – Walmart Asks Employees To Remove Violent Video Game Signage – But the guns remain…

CBR – Agent Carter‘s Hayley Atwell Joins Agents of SHIELD Season 7 – Interesting…

Reviews

Talking Comics – Absolute Carnage #1
Newsarama –
DCeased #4
Newsarama –
Future Foundation #1
Newsarama –
Lois Lane #2
Newsarama –
Sinestro: Year of the Villain #1

Preview: Lois Lane #2 (of 12)

Lois Lane #2 (of 12)

(W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Mike Perkins
In Shops: Aug 07, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Famed writer and reporter Lois Lane never worries about speaking truth to power-so what’s she hiding from the most powerful man on the planet (and her husband), Superman? Investigating a widening international conspiracy, Lois puts herself in the crosshairs with backup from an unlikely new ally from the streets of Gotham City.

Lois Lane #2 (of 12)

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Dead End Kids #1

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Absolute Carnage #1 (Marvel) – Marvel’s big Spider-Man/Venom event officially kicks off and after such a long build-up, we’re excited to see where it goes.

Agents of Atlas #1 (Marvel) – We got a glimpse of this team during War of the Realms and we want to see more of these characters who definitely deserve more of the spotlight.

Coffin Bound #1 (Image Comics) – the first printing is already sold out. This one’s a hot commodity… if you can find it!

The Death-Defying Devil #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Gail Simone brings back this classic character.

Dead End Kids #1 (Source Point Press) – A coming of age tale during the 90s as friends need to deal with the murder of one of their own.

Future Foundation #1 (Marvel) – We’ve always been a fan of the Future Foundation so we’re beyond excited they’re back in their own series. Like the FF, they’ve been gone far too long.

House of X #2 (Marvel) – We want to see where Hickman takes this series.

Lois Lane #2 (DC Comics) – The first issue blew us away which has us more excited for the second.

No One Left to Fight #2 (Dark Horse) – For the die-hard manga fans out there. A great homage and love letter to the genre.

Around the Tubes

Aero #1

We’re a little over a week to go to San Diego Comic-Con 2019 and we’ve got lots leading up to the convention and our coverage at the convention itself. That begins today with an announcement concerning our involvement at the show! Stay tuned.

While you wait for that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web.

The News Minute – This TN publisher has been bringing international comics in Tamil for nearly 50 years – This is really interesting and gives some insight into the world of translation.

Kotaku – Hideo Kojima Explains How Spider-Man Is Similar To Japanese Superheroes – Interesting.

KIRO – Burglar steals valuable comic books from Friends of the Seattle Public Library – What assholes. If anyone has information to catch these jerks, please come forward.

Omaha – Omaha Public Library: Give comic books, graphic novels a try this July – Libraries are a great place to get graphic novels to read!

Reviews

Newsarama – Aero #1
Newsarama –
DCeased #3
Talking Comics –
Lois Lane #1
Newsarama –
Lois Lane #1
CBR –
Sea of Stars #1
Newsarama –
The Walking Dead #193

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