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"Lois Lane's Super-Daughter!": This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #20.



Appearing in "Lois Lane's Super-Daughter!"

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane's Super-Daughter!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #20.

Appearing in "The Duel Over Superman"

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Synopsis for "The Duel Over Superman"

This story is reprinted from Superman #150.

Lois Lane and Lana Lang are both sent out into the stormy Metropolis weather to cover a blackout that has covered the city and they witness as Superman fixes the downed power lines and restores power to the city. Agreeing to have dinner together, Lois and Lana decide to contrive another attempt to get Superman to make a decision on which one he loves more. The two women plot to stage a duel to the death, in the hopes that it will force Superman to save the life of the person he truly loves.

Later that day, they appear at a new amusement park being opened in Metropolis where Superman is has been given the honor of being the first to travel through the Tunnel of Love. Lois and Lana both vie for the chance to ride with Superman and stage a fight on live television wherein they challenge each other to a duel to the death. With the press and Superman tipped off to their "plan", Lois and Lana then continue to plot their fake duel. After Lois tells Jimmy that he will referee the duel, the cub reporter calls in Superman who decides that he is going to teach Lois and Lana a lesson.

Returning to his home, Superman builds robot duplicates of Lois and Lana and brings them to the castle where Lois and Lana are to duel. Trapping Lana in a room, Superman puts her robot duplicate in her place for a fencing match against Lois. As the fight, the robot Lana allows for Lois to land a killing blow. Horrified, Lois thinks she had killed Lana, unaware that she really stabbed a robot.

When Jimmy walks Lois off to console her, Superman frees the real Lana and pits her to a gun battle against the robot Lois. As expected, the Lois robot feigns death which also horrifies Lana and she too is walked off by Jimmy. When Superman meets up with Lois and Lana and tries to explain what happened, the two women suddenly blame each other for faking their deaths. The two women then grab weapons off the walls of the castle and begin fighting. They ultimately knock each other off the edge of the parapet. However, as Superman rescues the women, he realizes that they are really his robots and the real Lois and Lana have appeared to mock him. As it turns out, the girls stumbled upon Superman's plot before he had a chance to tell them and turned the tables on him. They then walk off together smugly gloating that they would never fight over Superman.

Appearing in "Superman's Mermaid Sweetheart"

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  • Atomic Sea-Beast (Dies)
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Synopsis for "Superman's Mermaid Sweetheart"

This story is reprinted from Superman #135.

On his way back to Metropolis while away on assignment for the Daily Planet, Clark Kent overhears fishermen talking about one of their colleagues talking about a mermaid. Wondering if it's his old college sweet heart, the mermaid Lori Lemaris, he decides to investigate the man himself and he retells Clark his story, confirming in his mind that it was Lori. Changing into Superman, Clark begins searching for her out at see and the two make contact. Superman asks her to reconsider his marriage proposal, and she agrees to go out on a date with him one more time to make up her mind.

At first he takes her out to the opera, and to diner, but Lori is uncomfortable on the surface world so they go back to play in the ocean. There the fisherman who spotted her earlier attacks and seriously injures her. Superman takes her back to Atlantis to get medical treatment. However, it proves that none of the doctors there can save her, so Superman travels all over the universe to find someone who can. He comes across the alien doctor Ronal who agrees to go to Earth and help save Lori. However, after Lori is healed, Superman finds that the two have fallen in love. Feeling rejected, the Man of Steel still wishes them the best and returns to the surface.

The next day, as Clark Kent he asks Lois Lane out on a date.

Appearing in "The Day Superman Proposed"

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Synopsis for "The Day Superman Proposed"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #22.

Affected by Red Kryptonite, Superman proposes to Lois. When the Red K effect wears off, he takes it back.

Appearing in "Lois Lane - Wanted"

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane - Wanted"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #195.

Superman captures a female criminal called the Tiger Woman, but Lois Lane gets a case of amnesia and comes to believe that she herself is the Tiger Woman.

Appearing in "The Shocking Secret of Lois Lane"

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  • Circe (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "The Shocking Secret of Lois Lane"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #13.

When a logging car jumps the tracks and threatens to dump it's cargo on Lois Lane, Superman is there to rescue her from serious injury. The next day while on patrol, Superman spots a car wreck and realizes that the car belongs to Lois. When he asks Perry White what happened later in his identity of Clark Kent, Perry tells him that Lois got in a car accident when she was chasing after a car she thought was owned by a wanted crook.

When Lois returns to the job a few days later she shocks everyone when she enters the office wearing a lead box around her head. She sadly tells them all that she has come to quit her job and that she is planning on leaving Metropolis forever. Worried about what's wrong with Lois, Clark decides to investigate as Superman to learn what's happened. Snooping around Lois' apartment Superman finds a receipt for the lead box that she had made. He also finds the phone book opened to plastic surgeons. He learns from the man who made the box for her head that she had come to him wearing bandages on his face, leaving Superman to believe that Lois was horribly scarred in the auto accident and decides to go back to her apartment to find more clues.

There he comes across her diary where he reads an entry about how Lois went to see show hosted by a woman claiming to be Circe, the sorceress of legend. Thinking that the woman is a fake, Lois was shocked to find that the props for the woman's show were real. Caught backstage by Circe, Lois is invited back to her dressing room where she is tricked into drinking a potion that turns her face into that of a cat. To Lois' surprise, the potion works and she soon finds herself with the face of a cat. When people react with either fright or laughter she realized that she had to cover up her face.

Superman realizes the truth and tracks Lois down, under the pretense that Perry White needs her desperately to interview a female astronaut. However when Superman brings her to the rocket site, he breaks the lead box and everyone points out to Lois that she does not have the face of a cat. Superman explains that "Circe" tricked Lois with a post-hypnotic suggestion and snaps her out of it. After learning that the events where people supposedly reacted to her face were coincidences, Superman takes Lois out to dinner where he plays a joke on her: When the waiter delivers her meal, it is simply a saucer of milk.

Appearing in "Mrs. Superman"

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Synopsis for "Mrs. Superman"

This story is reprinted from Superman #124.

While coming back from an overseas assignment, Clark Kent and Lois Lane's helicopter is knocked out of the sky by a meteor, forcing them to parachute to safety. They end up on a deserted island, and Clark soon realizes to his horror that the volcano is spraying Kryptonite dust into the air, and the lava beneath the island also has Kryptonite in it, and there is no lead around to protect him. Trapped on the island forever, Clark decides that he should reveal his secret identity to Lois and as her to marry him. At first, Lois doesn't believe that Clark is Superman, however, taking off his civilian clothes and showing his super powers quickly changes her mind.

Finding a tribe on the island, Superman and Lois Lane arrange to get married, however before the wedding there is an earthquake that causes the Kryptonite in the volcano to disperse. Superman realizing he's off the hook then orchestrates a series of props to show Lois that Clark Kent was using trickery to convince her that he's really Superman, and she falls for it. Clark then tosses a message in a bottle out to sea which is quickly found and they are rescued in time for Lois to publish a story about the Green Hand Gang.

Appearing in "The Sleeping Doom"

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  • Kzga (Single appearance)

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  • Slinky Sam (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Sleeping Doom"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #18.

Lois Lane discovers a plot of an alien being to take over her body, unless she can remain awake for ten days straight.

Notes

  • This book was first published on July 15, 1965.
  • "Lois Lane's Super-Daughter!" is presented here minus one page from the original printing.

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