This Lois Lane is an Amazon and has all of the powers and abilities attributed to that race of superhuman beings.
Thus it is suggested that she was born on the counterpart of Paradise Island native to this reality and merely assumed the name of Lois Lane, rather than started off as a normal human female who was later enhanced to become an Amazon as done in "Whom Gods Destroy" (by Chris Clarmount (1997)). The basis of her being a natural Amazon and not enhanced are supported as she referred to the outside world as "Patriarch's World" similar to the way that Wonder Woman refers to the world outside of Paradise Island as "Man's World".
Regardless of her true birth Lane began working for the Daily Planet as a reporter. It is shown in the JLA Earth 2 book that Lane advanced her position and is also an editor on the newspaper. She is largely hated by her co-workers as shown when the counterpart to former Superman supporting cast member, society reporter Cat Grant calls her "Queen Bitch". It was also shown that she was openly attracted to the noted space explorer Clark Kent (which fits the reverse reality of Lois Lane falling for the nonpowered Clark Kent). But this attraction obviously has changed after she found out he was Ultraman. Though they have a child together, Super-Woman is now openly hateful to him, usually flaunting that hatred with her many sexual pursuits, the most noted one being with their Crime Syndicate partner, Owlman.
But despite her hatred of her husband, Lane-Kent has not been able to divorce him for some reason and continues to work with him as a member of the Crime Syndicate.
While it was revealed that Lane-Kent and the other primary members of the Crime Syndicate of Amerika has survived the events of Infinite Crisis, it has not been revealed what has happened to Super-Woman after Ultraman was kidnapped and brought to the new Kandor where Ultraman supported the Saturn Queen in her bid to keep control of the city-state and then returned to the team.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Obvious Superhuman levels of physical strength, durability, stamina, and speed. for some undisclosed reason, Super-Woman also possesses heat vision like her husband, Ultraman. This function is unknown to be native to the Amazons of this Earth or the result of some undisclosed enhancement procedure done to her.
Independent flight. Unknown if capable of interstellar flight under her own power
Logically speaking, as a Amazon (by birth) she has strength comparable to Wonder Woman. Because Ultraman's powers are at kryptonian levels (as he's the direct counterpart to Superman), it has to be assumed that Superwoman's level of strength is just behind Ultraman - as kryptonians such as Superman are widely considered the most powerful and strongest of all beings on earth.
Magic lasso, comparable to Wonder Woman's, but releases people's inhibitions rather than compels the target to tell the truth. She also possesses deflective arm guanlets which are similar to Wonder Woman's braclets.
- This version of the character is an obvious nod to all the previous times the Lois Lane character becomes a "Super-Woman" starting with the Golden Age story of "Lois Lane, Super Woman" in Action Comics #60.
- Super-Woman still maintains her job as a reporter for the Daily Planet as Lois Lane-Kent, despite also being a world dominator.
- Lois is an open dominatrix and controls many men in her harem, especially Jimmy Olsen, who is aware of her secret identity. She has an open sexual relationship with her fellow teammate Owlman despite being married to Ultraman.
- 21 Appearances of Lois Lane (Antimatter Universe)
- 38 Images featuring Lois Lane (Antimatter Universe)
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