Lois and Clark have gone undercover. Given
Superman’s tendency for truth, it’s an awkward place for him to be, since the
very premise behind “undercover” means lying. But he manages, at least until he
can’t. Lois, she’s better at it than most.
Leviathan is taking out all the super-secret organizations
in the DCU: DEO, Kobra, Argus. It doesn’t matter which side of the fence
they’re on, they’ve all become targets of something bigger than most. A common
suspicion is that Amanda Waller knows more than she’s telling. That’s okay. For
now, she’s inside the Fortress of Solitude with nowhere to go.
It’s a fascinating take on the Man of Steel, one
seldom explored as Clark is less of super-hero and more of super-spy. Perhaps
it’s inspired by Henry Cavill’s roles in the
Man From UNCLE or Mission Impossible:
Fallout. That’s okay, I don’t mind. I can think of worse ideas.
I am enjoying Epting’s work. I may have said it
before, that it reminds me of Jack Abel, and as most of you know, I am a big
fan of retro. But Epting doesn’t merely imitate; he brings his own tools to the
task and makes it his own. It can be a challenge, but Epting makes it look