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"Superboy Meets Lois Lane": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.



Appearing in "Superboy Meets Lois Lane"

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  • Gladys Blake
  • Joan Todd

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Appearing in "The Leopard Girl of the Jungle"

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Synopsis for "The Leopard Girl of the Jungle"

Lois Lane takes a trip to interview an important scientist. En route, her plane crashes in the middle of an unnamed jungle island. When Lois awakens, she has no memory of who she really is. She comes upon a leopard ensnared in a trap and frees it. Following which, she befriends other animals in the jungle and becomes an adopted member of the leopard pride.

Back in Metropolis, Clark learns of Lois' plight, and changes into Superman. He flies to the island to rescue her, but is shocked to discover that Lois prefers to remain with her new jungle friends.

A fire breaks out and Superman has to act fast to save the animals. Afterwards, Lois' memory returns and she decides to go back to Metropolis with Superman. She tells him that she wanted to stay in the jungle to act out a scene in a book she read written by her rival Lana Lang. [1]

Appearing in "Lois Lane's Super-Dream"

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Appearing in "Lieutenant Lois Lane, U.S. Army"

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  • Wharton (Single appearance)

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  • Parkins (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Lieutenant Lois Lane, U.S. Army"

Perry White sends Clark Kent and Lois Lane on an undercover assignment to expose corruption within the ranks of the U.S. military. The two investigative reporters join the United States Army and Lois becomes an officer. She begins badgering the troops quoting peculiar regulations that do not even exist. Before long, they succeed in ferreting out a traitor named Major Wharton. Wharton had been recording classified information on microfilm and storing in his footlocker. Lane discovers the film and exposes Wharton’s involvement.

Appearing in "The Mermaid of Metropolis!"

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Synopsis for "The Mermaid of Metropolis!"

While vacationing in Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, Lois Lane learns of an impending visit by Superman to celebrate Hawaii's admission as the 50th state of the USA. The next day, Lois goes skin diving and while exploring a sunken ship is caught in a sea-quake which causes part of the derelict ship to topple on her trapping her underwater. She is soon rescued by Aquaman who takes her to a hospital in Honolulu where a doctor examines her. The doctor tells Aquaman that she's crippled and will never walk again and that only an unorthodox procedure that can save her life. The doctor preforms the operation and later when Lois awakens from her coma, Aquaman is there to break the news to her: in order to save her life, the doctor had to make her effectively a mermaid.

Soon Aquaman begins showing her what life under the sea is like and helps her feel at home and get accustomed to her new life style. Lois soon becomes depressed however when Superman finally arrives in Hawaii for the celebration. When Superman leaves on some mission, he stops long enough to say hello to Lois, Lois doesn't tell Superman what has happened to her, much to the surprise of Aquaman.

Later while exploring the ocean some more, Aquaman is knocked out by some exploding depth charges, however one still remains unexploded threatening Lois, Aquaman and Aquaman's friends of the deep. Lois orders Aquaman's octopus Topo to throw the live depth charge into a nearby volcano. When it detonates it attracts the attention of Superman who comes to blow out the flames. Upon his arrival, Aquaman has woken up but Lois has passed out from exhaustion. Aquaman reveals to Superman what has happened to Lois.

Superman takes Lois back to the mainland to try and get the doctors to change her back to normal but none of the doctors have the skill to do so. Superman then uses his super powers in order to read everything available about medicine and performs the surgery himself, which is a success. With Lois back to normal, Aquaman bids the two farewell as Superman flies Lois back to Metropolis.

Appearing in "Lois Lane... Traitor!"

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Appearing in "The Cry-Baby of Metropolis"

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  • Professor Lockhart (Single appearance)

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Appearing in "The Man Who Was Clark Kent's Double"

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  • Robin Hood (Single appearance) (Mark Benton/Ronald Van Horton)

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  • Hadley

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Was Clark Kent's Double"

The small town of Hadley boasts their very own adventurer, the noble hero known as Robin Hood – a mysterious man who robs from the rich and gives to the poor. Lois Lane investigates the rumors of this Robin Hood character and travels to the town of Hadley.

While working on the story, Lois meets a man named Mark Benton. Mark Benton bears a strong resemblance to Clark Kent, and Lois finds herself suddenly attracted to him. Like Clark, Mark maintains a duel identity. Lois discovers a domino mask in Mark's pocket and realizes that he is the one perpetuating the Robin Hood rumors. Mark opens up to Lois and reveals that his real name is Ronald Van Horton. As a soft-hearted millionaire, Ronald uses his vast wealth to finance his Robin Hood crusade. Realizing that he has betrayed Lois’ trust in him, he breaks up with her.

Appearing in "Superman's Future Wife"

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Notes

  • This issue contains a single page reprinting the original covers to the stories presented in this issue.

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Trivia

  • This issue features a one-page write-in contest for readers to submit ideas for Lois Lane's new hairstyle.



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