DC Reveals Covers for June's Final Issues of Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen

In 2019, "The Great One" Brian Bendis convinced a few of his friends to add to Bendis's Superman universe by writing 12-issue series starring Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen. That glorious era comes to an end this Summer when the final issues of Lois Lane and Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen hit stores in June.

In Jimmy Olsen #12, DC teases a secret that will, while Lois Lane #12 will hold the fate of everyone involved in her investigations in her hands. Check out the press release and covers for both issues below.

Final Issues of Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane Scheduled for June 2020

Launched in July 2019 to the delight of fans worldwide, DC's Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane have been uncovering corners of the DC universe that had yet to be explored. Introducing new characters like the Kiss of Death and welcoming back fan favorites like Dex-Starr, these two comics have given the people closest to Clark Kent (and, by default, Superman) an incredible spotlight.

Now, we're approaching their triumphant final issues. Coming this June, with the Daily Planet on the ropes, Jimmy learns something about it that'll change everything forever. And, at the end of multiple investigations, Lois finds herself with the power to change—or destroy—the lives of everyone involved.

Will Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen's adventures continue? Show your support with #LongLiveLoisLane and #JimberlyJimmyOlsenForever!

Lois Lane #12, written by Greg Rucka with art and cover by Mike Perkins and a variant cover by Amanda Conner hits shelves June 3, 2020.

Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #12, written by Matt Fraction with art and cover by Steve Lieber and a variant cover by Ben Oliver, hits spinner racks June 17, 2020.

DC Reveals Covers for June's Final ISsues of Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen

DC Reveals Covers for June's Final ISsues of Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen

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