The events of “Superman Reborn” have radically altered everything we’ve known about Superman since that first issue of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s Justice League. And for some titles, like Superwoman, whose entire existence was predicated on the events that transpired around the New 52 version of Clark, this leads to a question of just how will Lana’s powers be reconciled?
With Phil Jimenez having left the title last issue, K. Perkins jumps aboard as the new series writer, joined by artists Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert, as they pick up where Jimenez left off: with Lana fighting for her life, and Superman and Lois now attempting to save her.
Superwoman #9 is in shops on April 19th.
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