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- Publisher: DC (August 22, 2018)
- Publication Date: August 22, 2018
- Sold by: DC Comics
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07F6PSKJH
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I want to give Mr. Bendis a chance as the newest scribe on this book, but I feel as if the characters I grew up reading as a kid are no longer recognizable to me.
Daily Planet Editor Perry White has always been like a father to reporters Clark Kent and Lois Lane. However, in this new iteration of Supe's world, Perry has had Lois checking on her husband's work as a reporter for years, but only discloses that information to Clark after she's left him.
No wonder Lois is hiding under a curly blonde wig and hot pants when Superman finds her back on Earth, and not still touring the galaxy with their son, Jon, and his grandfather, Jor-El.
That story sounded contrived when Mr. Bendis told it in the 6-part Man of Steel mini-series. Why would Superman have believed it, anymore than Mr. Bendis' audience? Apparently Mr. Bendis' Superman is so clueless, he doesn't notice anything's wrong with his marriage until his wife writes a tell-all book about it!
That is not the Clark Kent or Lois Lane I remember.