jimmy olsen Archives

Thoughts On Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen
The collection of Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen: Who Killed Jimmy Olsen? finally arrived at my apartment a couple of weekends ago, and from the jump, I fell in love with the series' manic energy. Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen: Who Killed Jimmy Olsen? cover Credit: DC Comics The series is what big two comics should be[...]
Jimmy Olsen is the New Owner Of The Daily Planet
In the final issue of Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen by Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber, we had some major revelations regarding the long and complicated history of the DC Comics universe First, that Jimmy Olsen was actually a long-lost relative of Lex Luthor, hence the red hair It was an old joke from back in[...]
Jimmy Olsen #12 Changes The Very Nature of Superman Comics (Spoilers)
Jimmy Olsen has been seen by some as a bit of an oddity, a side-project to the Superman titles Part of the Brian Bendis show-run titles, it's been written by Matt Fraction and drawn by Steve Lieber, between them telling a variety of quirky stories, often turning the comic into an anthology It reflects the[...]
This Preview of Jimmy Olsen #9 Dismantles Capitalism
Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #9 is in stores from DC Comics next week, and as the world descends into chaos from coronavirus pandemic, this preview takes the opportunity to skewer the capitalist system that may have left us all without adequate resources to combat the threat. As Jimmy Olsen and his family do a Peanuts pastiche. In[...]
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[...]
Jimmy Olsen #8 [Preview]
Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #8 is in stores from DC Comics this week, by Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber, and we've got a preview below.   In which Julian Olsen is having a difficult time enjoying his morning coffee. That's because Jimmy Olsen is parodying the Reign of the Supermen story arc. With four different Jimmy Olsens, each a[...]
6 Pages From Superman: Year One #2 and 1 From Jimmy Olsen #2 [Preview]
Was he ever really here? We may never know, but these 3 pages from Superman: Year One #2 were psychically etched into our minds, along with 1 page from Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #2. For the rest, pick this up for eight bucks at your comic shop on Wednesday. SUPERMAN YEAR ONE #2 (OF 3) ROMITA COVER[...]
First Look at Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber's Jimmy Olsen for July
Earlier today, we got our first look at Jimmy Olsen #1 by Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber, along with a few details about the series We learned that the book would have a humorous tone, that Jimmy Olsen's video journalism is the only thing keeping the Daily Planet afloat in these perilous times for newspaper[...]
Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins Launch a Lois Lane Series in June
Though this one was quasi-officially confirmed by "The Great One" Brian Bendis in the pages of Action Comics, this is the double dog dutch official confirmation with a cherry on top, and one more chance for us to say: "Pip pip!" We already pointed out that this solicit for May's Leviathan Rising ten-dollar one-shot confirmed Matt Fraction[...]
Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber's Jimmy Olsen Series Confirmed by DC May Solicits
"And pip pip for being right about Matt Fraction's Jimmy Olsen, a rumour Oi reported last April, Oi did! You heard it here first!" Revealed in those May solicits, Matt Fraction will be launching a Jimmy Olsen series with Steve Lieber this June, spinning out of Leviathan, and specifically from the Leviathan Rising ten-dollar one-shot hitting stores in May[...]
Kirby: King Of Comics Now Available As A Way More Portable Paperback
It is now available in a smaller, more affordable package, revised and expanded for Kirby's centennial. While quite a bit of the content is just carried over from the original release, there is some new artwork on the inside, and an extra chapter that fills in the gap of time since first published in 2008, covering[...]