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    Heh, this new cosplay pic arrived just on time:



    Via willcookva.

    Fleischer's Superman & Lois made an appearance in Paul Dini's Dark Night: A True Batman Story:



    Love every Superman Family piece:



    By TJ Frias.
    "Keep flying; keep fighting; keep loving; keep smiling. You wonít always be right, but you donít have to be. Be just. Be fair. Be good. Be brave. Be Superman." - Bryan Q. Miller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mina_ro View Post
    Tell whatever you want about Cho (and surely you'll be right) but when he wants, his art is so GORGEOUS!!
    I want a poster with this drawing!
    You're confounding the Chos. The one you're referring to is Frank Cho. Michael Cho is a fine guy, AFAIK.

    That ending!! What a twist!

    I really love how the creative team are writing the boys. Lois... mmmm... not so much, but I'm not going to complain. I wasn't expecting nothing for her in the SM book. Luckily Jurgens knows how to write a worker mother like her so, all in all, I'm loving the current books. =D
    You know how critical of their Lois I've been, but I think it's just the first two issues and, although there were instances were she could have a bigger presence, there's the rest of the arc for her to have a bigger role, and if the teasers from Mahnke/Mendoza are any indication, I think she will. So it's a wait and see for me.

    Two words... "Dork knight" XD
    I'm still laughing... those boys
    Haha, yes!! Clark would be proud of his boy. I think Lois would be divided, one the one hand she'd sigh at the level of his namecalling, but on the other hand, like the big Mama Bear she is, she'd just be satisfied at her boy retorting at the bat boy.

    I want to see those panels!!!
    Well, that's what I'm here for!





    Last edited by Jon11; 04-20-2017 at 07:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    JL8 #238:



    By Yale Stewart.
    So cute and funny! No Lois, you are not having a stroke. LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by Miles To Go View Post
    Man, so much for that solicitation saying there'd be something substantial with Lois and Lana in Superwoman
    Yeah, I was really looking forward to this. I was curious how the events of Reborn would affect their relationship, but I guess it'll be covered some other time. I wasn't happy with what I saw in the preview. At least I saved $2.99, I guess.

    On another note, the preview for the next AC looks interesting. I'm not a huge of rehashing Superman's origin, but I make an exception for Clark and Lois's first meeting. I think I can read 1000 permutations of that event and never get bored. I'm also looking forward to how Jon fits into this new origin, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephtanner;2762025O
    the preview for the next AC looks interesting. I'm not a huge of rehashing Superman's origin, but I make an exception for Clark and Lois's first meeting. I think I can read 1000 permutations of that event and never get bored. I'm also looking forward to how Jon fits into this new origin, too!
    Oh yes...and a big plus for the red trunks having some lineage in the past too.

    Lois standing up for Clark against Steve and his frat pranks was great...hope to see that side of Steve with other people. Jimmy making a cynical remark about Clark's suit was interesting also.

    Looking forward to seeing how Lois goes from playing protective "big sister" to love of Supes' life in the origin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    Action Comics #978 preview:





    She called him Smallville!! 😊
    "My heart is tied to the fate of yours. The only test of strength that will ever truly challenge me, is to be vulnerable next to you. To trust...you." - For Lois (Shane Koyczan)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post




    Source: 13th Dimension.
    Don't know about you guys, but that scene with Lois reminds me a bit of Birthright...
    "My heart is tied to the fate of yours. The only test of strength that will ever truly challenge me, is to be vulnerable next to you. To trust...you." - For Lois (Shane Koyczan)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomariS View Post
    Don't know about you guys, but that scene with Lois reminds me a bit of Birthright...
    It's definitely adapted from Birthright.

    It looks like some of the Superman: Lois & Clark story is part of the new reality (which I'm glad of). Pages from the Rebirth panel:



    Source: Bleeding Cool.

    The shining object in front of Cyborg Superman is the oblivious stone, introduced during the mini, probably replacing the birthing matrix as the villain's origin.

    By Carlos Andres Moreno:



    By behindtheseeyes247:



    New Dan Jurgens interview:

    The Writer Who Killed Superman Just Reinvented Him

    In 1992, a mild-mannered writer from Minnesota killed Superman. It was kind of a big deal — thousands of people wore “Death of Superman” memorial armbands, including Jay Leno on The Tonight Show. To this day, the Man of Steel’s fatal fistfight with the genetically engineered monster “Doomsday” is one of the most iconic scenes in comics history.

    Of course, Superman didn’t stay dead for long — that same Minnesotan writer, Dan Jurgens, helped bring him back to life a few months later. More recently, two versions of Superman have been flying around the DC Comics universe: the “original,” older Superman (who was living as a civilian with Lois Lane and their son) and a younger Superman on Justice League duty. But last summer, they killed the younger Superman in preparation for a company-wide relaunch, DC Rebirth.

    Dan Jurgens was one of the three writers (along with Patrick Gleason andPeter J. Tomasi) who just relaunched Superman this spring in the four-issue story arc, Superman Reborn. Today, Kal-El’s got a new suit and a new identity. Also today (and tomorrow and Sunday), Jurgens will be at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2); you can meet him in Booth P10. I recently spoke with him about how major comics event series are planned, why Superman is still relevant in the 21st century, and what the future holds for the world’s most iconic superhero.

    Adam Morgan: There have been hundreds of versions of Superman, but who is Superman to you? What drives him? When writing him, what’s important to get right about his voice?

    Dan Jurgens: You’re right in saying that there are hundreds of versions of Superman, but I think it many ways the best versions all come down to a couple of traits.

    Superman is an inspirational figure, both to readers and other characters in the stories. He inspires hope. He is a man of integrity, quiet authority and subtle majesty. By quiet authority, I mean that he doesn’t have to tell people what to do or how to behave. He leads by example. People pick up on it and naturally follow.

    In terms of subtle majesty, I’m referring to his visual presence. When drawn properly, I think there should always be an aspect of Superman commanding the room. Not because he’s trying to so much as people respond to him that way.

    He respects others and they, in turn, respect him. Most of all, he brings out the best in people.

    Adam Morgan: What do people often misunderstand about Superman (in the real world, that is)?

    Dan Jurgens: I’m often asked if Superman’s time has come and gone… if he no longer fits in the world because we’re now more harsh and negative.

    My general response is to say that points out the even greater need for him. If we’re to say that a character of integrity with a great moral compass no longer appeals to us, it’s a far more sad commentary on who we are than who Superman is.

    We ought not turn away from a character who embodies that which we all should aspire to.

    Adam Morgan: Seeing Superman as a father has really shed new light on him as a character since the Rebirth launch. As a writer, have you drawn upon your own experiences as a father?

    Dan Jurgens: Yes. In a way, when readers now see Superman, they tend to see him through Jon’s eyes. Fatherhood makes Superman a bit more human, I think, as he ends up struggling with some of the same issues that many of us having struggled with as either parent or child.

    It also gives us nice insight into how Superman has to adjust. Let’s face it, he might be invulnerable in terms of physical threat, but the fact that he has to care for a family makes him more vulnerable.

    Adam Morgan: When writing for DC, do you collaborate with editors on the story for a particular arc, or do you and the artist(s) pitch something to them?

    Dan Jurgens: I might throw out the initial idea or direction but it happens in the context of DC’s editorial structure. We’ll gather in a conference room and kick around various ideas and character developments until we really flesh it out and set it in place. These discussions might also take place with the creative teams of other related Superman titles.

    Adam Morgan: Superman is one of the only superheroes who is also a writer himself. Do you take that into account as part of the way he sees the world?

    Dan Jurgens: I take that into account for both Lois and Superman.

    I think it helps form their abilities to comprehend the world around them. I also think it fits well with a character who’d rather find a solution than just punch it into oblivion.

    Adam Morgan: In the wake of Superman Reborn, what’s next for Superman?

    Dan Jurgens: It’s taken some time but we’ve really managed to position Superman in a place that feels right for him, Lois, Jon and the rest of Metropolis. We want to continue to explore that and offer some fresh takes on it because it really is going to be a blend of things that have worked in the past along with some new things we’ve cooked up. As you pointed out, the fact that Superman now has a son has changed things up quite a lot and it’s given us quite a lot to play with.
    Source: Chicago Review of Books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    This panel is so beautiful. God, I love this family so much.
    "Hands off the Superdad!" - Damian Wayne (Robin).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    Heh, this new cosplay pic arrived just on time:



    Via willcookva.
    The girl that cosplays Lois has a nice photo on her Instagram


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    I feel like hugging this illustration:



    By Jeff Victor.

    By fawcettin:



    More Super cute family from azaluz:

    Those are super! *winks*
    Love, love, love the first one! ♥
    Want to hug it too! <GRINS>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    And there's a father/son version, too:



    By azaluz.

    Adorable stuff! Here hoping for more from this person.

    By 0yongyong0:



    Stunning work:



    By Sarah Miller.
    Absolutely super! *winks*
    I ♥ Lois & Clark Kent/Superman <GRINS>
    Especially love the last one with Christopher Reeve as Superman and Margot Kidder as Lois Lane. *smiles*

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephtanner View Post
    So cute and funny! No Lois, you are not having a stroke. LOL



    Yeah, I was really looking forward to this. I was curious how the events of Reborn would affect their relationship, but I guess it'll be covered some other time. I wasn't happy with what I saw in the preview. At least I saved $2.99, I guess.

    On another note, the preview for the next AC looks interesting. I'm not a huge of rehashing Superman's origin, but I make an exception for Clark and Lois's first meeting. I think I can read 1000 permutations of that event and never get bored. I'm also looking forward to how Jon fits into this new origin, too!
    Are the little Supes and Lois sold in print anywhere? Or is there a specific site to read them all,Ilove them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    You're confounding the Chos. The one you're referring to is Frank Cho. Michael Cho is a fine guy, AFAIK.
    Hahahahahahahahaha, you are right!! I only read the last name XD (I'm so distracted T_T)

    So this is the cool Cho! =D


    Michael Cho is a good artist too (a little Je$%#$% but a great artist nonetheless)
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    You know how critical of their Lois I've been, but I think it's just the first two issues and, although there were instances were she could have a bigger presence, there's the rest of the arc for her to have a bigger role, and if the teasers from Mahnke/Mendoza are any indication, I think she will. So it's a wait and see for me.
    Yeah... Again, I'm not going to complain but I would love to see her doing her job in the Superman Book. Respect to this arc, at least she could have more curiosity about the weird things that are happening in their town, especially when her little boy is in danger.
    I don't dislike those panels where she is cooking (I kinda disagree with this kind of arguments) but I miss her natural inquisitiveness.

    It doesn't matter, I'm enjoying this book and I hope her role will be better in the next issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post
    Haha, yes!! Clark would be proud of his boy. I think Lois would be divided, one the one hand she'd sigh at the level of his namecalling, but on the other hand, like the big Mama Bear she is, she'd just be satisfied at her boy retorting at the bat boy.
    hahaha. Agreed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jon11 View Post

    Well, that's what I'm here for!





    AWWWWWWWW Thank you!!!! Great panels!!
    I especially like that warm hug. So much love between them.

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    Chapter Thirteen of my Clark and Lois story is posted, for those interested -

    https://www.fanfiction.net/s/1113707...of-the-Spheres

    enjoy
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    Some funny strips:







    By Bizarro.com.
    "Keep flying; keep fighting; keep loving; keep smiling. You wonít always be right, but you donít have to be. Be just. Be fair. Be good. Be brave. Be Superman." - Bryan Q. Miller.

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