At the time, I was not an avid reader of Superman. One book that caught my eye was for me the pure embodiment of the title Superman: Doomed. I was just coming back to comics, and the prevalence of variant covers was a relatively new thing for me. The cover really grabbed me — this was the story of one of Superman’s most powerful enemies — Doomsday. I was curious who did the cover? Turns out it was Ken Lashley. In my mind, this was my first introduction to his work. Looking back, I had migrated to a great deal of his work throughout my collecting years, which included cover runs on Batwing, Suicide Six, Uncanny X-Men, X-Men Gold, and Superwoman. Of course, you can’t talk about Ken Lashley and not mention his run in 2009 on Black Panther with Reginald Hudlin.