Superman & Lois Lane (STAS: Superman-The Last Son of Krypton, Pt. 3)
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”[Superman Voice Director] Andrea [Romano] always stressed the strength in Lois Lane. It was all about her being strong. Once in a while she got to be vulnerable. There was a little bit of sadness in there but it was more about the strength that she was going to persevere no matter what. Again, it’s a great role model for girls.”
"She’s very much the kind of character I’ve always liked to play — the kind of person who can drive you crazy but you end up liking her anyway. But she is always true to herself. In the end you admire her for that."
— Superman: The Animated Series Star Dana Delany on Lois Lane (x)
What’s your favorite moment from Superman: The Animated Series?
Dana Delany: Definitely in the first episode, when she’s talking about “the Nietzschean ideal of Superman,” which I thought was so sophisticated when I read it. And then when she says, “Nice ‘S’ [while looking at a photograph of Superman’s physique].” I thought that really set the tone for Lois and the series [laughs]. It was kind of risqué and funny. As I said at the time when I was doing it, the scripts for the Superman were so much better than any film script I was getting. Much more sophisticated and smart.