Lois Lane: better than you
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Why I love Lois Lane: She has everybody’s number.
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Superman Family Adventures #12 (Final Issue)
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This month marks 75 years since Action Comics #1 landed on the newsstand. In that issue Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel introduced the world to one of the most important women in comics - Lois Lane (Superman made his debut in that issue, too). To mark this anniversary I’m chatting with some of her creators to get their thoughts on the character and her place in comic history.You can see the previous pieces here. Today I am chatting with multiple Eisner award nominee Colleen Coover who, with Paul Tobin, wrote the last standalone non-Elseworlds Lois Lane story that has appeared in comics for Superman 80 page Giant 2011 #1. She has also declared that she would “love to do a comic of Lois Lane as basically Nancy Drew with a press badge.”So Colleen, what’s your first memory of Lois Lane?I’m not sure I have an earliest memory, like I have no earliest memory of air. She was just always there.
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“Shut up and…” — Action Comics 904, Superman/Batman #18
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(Supergirl #65, by Kelly Sue DeConnick & ChrisCross)
I really, really appreciated these panels — Lois makes some awkward jokes, but she catches herself and says hey, no, that isn’t really okay, and apologises to Kara.
Seeing these two interact was such a treat, more so with scenes like these.
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