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Lois and Clark Team Up for Journalism in Action Comics #1010 This April

Superman and Lois Lane have found themselves separated for much of "The Great One" Brian Bendis's run so far. First, Lois went to space with Jon Kent and Jor El, and we all know how that turned out. When Lois got back, she kept it a secret at first, causing that whole kerfluffle with the Lex Luthor photo. And in Heroes in Crisis, Lois has been writing stories on the secret confessions of heroes at Sanctuary.

But in April's Action Comics #1010, Clark and Lois finally get fully on the same page again, teaming up not as a crimefighting duo, but as investigative journalists looking into the mysterious Leviathan, which has been taking down other secret DC Universe organizations. The comic will be solicited in DC's April solicits, but as you've seen, Bleeding Cool has gotten our hands on them first, thanks to a 4chan /co leak.

What's the word we're looking for here? Oh yes. Pip pip.

Check out the solicit below:

Action Comics #1010
written by Brian Michael Bendis
art and cover by Steve Epting
variant cover by Francis Manapul
One by one they fall. A.R.G.U.S.! The D.E.O.! The Kobra Kult! And now, Spyral! Clark Kent and Lois Lane go undercover to find out who is behind all of the attacks on the top-secret and underground organizations of the DC Universe! Is it the rise of a new power in the DCU called Leviathan? Named one of the best comics of the year by Paste magazine.
On Sale 4.24.19
$3.99 US | 32 Pages
FC | Rated T

Lois and Clark Team Up for Journalism in Action Comics #1010 This April

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