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Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane Vol 1 108

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Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane Vol 1 108

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"The Spectre Suitor": After interviewing an English emigrant whose family ancestry included Jack the Ripper in its number, Lois Lane is haunted by the Ripper’s ghost.



Appearing in "The Spectre Suitor"

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  • Lara (Hallucination)
  • Mike
  • Sir Noel Tate

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Synopsis for "The Spectre Suitor"

After interviewing an English emigrant whose family ancestry included Jack the Ripper in its number, Lois Lane is haunted by the Ripper’s ghost.

Appearing in "Mourn for the Thorn!"

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Synopsis for "Mourn for the Thorn!"

The 100 apparently kill the Thorn with gas fumes, place her in a coffin, and are about to bury her. But the Thorn has faked her death with an overdose of heart medication, and awakens in time to break out and defeat the 100 members attempting her burial.

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  • Includes a 1971 Superman pin-up calendar.



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