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"Superboy's Most Amazing Dream": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in "Superboy's Most Amazing Dream"

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Appearing in "The Girl Who Stole Superman"

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Synopsis for "The Girl Who Stole Superman"

Lana Lang travels from Smallville to Metropolis looking for work. Lois Lane offers to help her out, and sets her up in a position at the Daily Planet. She further allows Lana to stay with her at her apartment. Lois notices that Lana possesses a ring that Superman gave to her years ago when he operated under the guise of Superboy. Lois' feelings of inadequacy rise once again, and she finds herself competing for Superman's affections.

Superman discovers Lois' dilemma and provides her with a ring. Lana meanwhile, still harbors feelings for the Man of Steel herself, and commits random acts designed to sabotage Lois and Superman's relationship. In a rage, Lois throws away her new ring.

Lois later learns that her current rivalry with Lana is actually part of a ploy wrought by Superman. Superman discovered that the ring he had given to Lois was having adverse effects on his x-ray vision and conspired with Lana in a plan to get Lois to remove it.

Appearing in "The Flying Girl of Smallville"

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Appearing in "Lana Lang, Superwoman"

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Appearing in "The Battle Between Super-Lois and Super-Lana"

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Appearing in "Mr. and Mrs. Clark (Superman) Kent"

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  • Gloria Lamour
  • Mrs. Carlyle
  • Mrs. Talbot

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Appearing in "The Day Superman Married Lana Lang"

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Appearing in "Superman's Greatest Sacrifice"

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  • Jarvis (Single appearance)

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  • Dolores Drake (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Superman's Greatest Sacrifice"

Lois Lane takes on an assignment to interview a wealthy recluse named Dolores Drake. She bargains her way into the heiress’ mansion only to discover that Dolores is the spitting image of Lois herself.

Lois' anxieties intensify when she later discovers that Superman has fallen in love with Dolores and offered her a proposal of marriage. As part of his wedding vows, he agrees to forego his super-powers and retire as Superman.

While Superman and Dolores are busy arranging their wedding, a gang of crooks known as the Flynn Gang attempt to break into the Drake mansion and steal her valuables. Suddenly, a second Superman swoops down and apprehends the thugs. He reveals to Lois, that the man, who proposed to Dolores Drake, was actually her butler – Jarvis.

Appearing in "Lois Lane's Romeo"

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  • Dino del Monaco (Single appearance)

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  • Gina Loretti (Single appearance)
  • Julio (Single appearance)

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Notes

This issue reprints various Lois Lane related stories from Adventure Comics, Superboy (Volume 1) and Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane.

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