Updated Description for “Lois Lane: Triple Threat”

In August 2016 Switch Press, the Young Adult imprint of Capstone, announced that iconic DC character Lois Lane would return in Lois Lane: Triple Threat, the third book in the series by Gwenda Bond. Amazon.com has updated their description of the book ahead of its released in May this year.

For the first time, Lois Lane has almost everything she wants. Non-temporary home? Check. Dream job? Double check. Incredible BFFs? The absolute best. And now, her online crush, SmallvilleGuy, is coming to Metropolis. If all goes well, they ll turn their long-distance friendship into a some-kind-of-fairy-tale romance. But when does all ever go well? Before she can check boyfriend off her list, Lois must take down a mad scientist plus a trio of mutant teens, protect the elusive flying man from the feds (including her dad), and navigate her very first date with SmallvilleGuy. In the follow-up to FALLOUT and DOUBLE DOWN, Gwenda Bond s reimagination of DC Comics s first leading lady takes on her toughest challenge yet: Love.

This third book follows on the heels of “Lois Lane: Fallout” and “Lois Lane: Double Down”, excellent stories about the adventures of a teenage Lois Lane.

A Super Hero without super powers, Lois Lane has been part of the cultural landscape since her first appearance in Action Comics #1 in 1938, which also introduced the world to Superman. Comic book historian Tim Hanley, author of Investigating Lois Lane, writes about Bond’s series: “After decades on the comic book sidelines, Lois is poised to shake off her supporting role and become a star in her own right… It’s exactly the sort of perilous, complicated situation in which Lois excels.”

The Lois Lane series is produced through Capstone’s licensing partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment. Lois Lane: Triple Threat will be released on May 1, 2017.

Pre-order “Lois Lane: Triple Threat” ahead of its release in May 2017.

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