Matt Santorelli

Lena Luthor's Causing Trouble In 'Superwoman' #5 [Preview]
Lena Luthor's Causing Trouble In 'Superwoman' #5 [Preview]
Do supervillains know that they're supervillains? In Superwoman #5, by Phil Jimenez and Matt Santorelli, Lena Luthor is a floating head situated above a green-and-purple battlesuit. That's a pretty key indication that history will not view her kindly, but alas, it doesn't seem to be affecting her decision to blow up large chunks of Metropolis. Next week, we'll find out if Lana Lang can stop her, but you can check out the preview right now!
'Superwoman' #1 Shocks Fans With Controversial Ending
'Superwoman' #1 Shocks Fans With Controversial Ending
When DC Comics announced its slate of DC Rebirth titles, Superwoman was one of the books that really stood out as coming from left-field. For a time, we weren't sure who Superwoman would be, and when it was confirmed to be Lois Lane donning the costume, there were still more questions surrounding how she got her powers, and even which incarnation of Lois Lane it would be. (There have been two versions in the DC Universe since the reality-mashing events of Convergence.) This week finally saw the release of Superwoman #1 by Phil Jimenez, Matt Santorelli and Jeromy Cox, which firmly establishes the new status quo for Lois Lane and Superwoman, while raising a lot more questions about the future of the comic and its lead than anyone was expecting. This article contains spoilers for the ending of Superwoman #1.