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Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane Vol 1 23

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"The 10 Feats of Elastic Lass!": Lois Lane suspects that sculptor Raphael Byron is really the Wrecker, a terrorist who is blowing up statues in the City Park. To investigate, she gets Jimmy Olsen to lend her some of Professor Potter's serum which makes him into Elastic Lad. However, he only give


Quote1 "Lena Thorul"! What a strange name! It's almost like the name of a girl from another world! Quote2
-- Lois Lane



Appearing in "The 10 Feats of Elastic Lass!"

Featured Characters:

  • Lois Lane (First appearance as Elastic Lass)

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Villains:

  • "Fingers" Floyd (Single appearance)
  • Raphael "The Wrecker" Byron (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The 10 Feats of Elastic Lass!"

Lois Lane suspects that sculptor Raphael Byron is really the Wrecker, a terrorist who is blowing up statues in the City Park. To investigate, she gets Jimmy Olsen to lend her some of Professor Potter's serum which makes him into Elastic Lad. However, he only gives her enough for ten feats, feeling that any more would be dangerous. As the costumed Elastic Lass, Lois does indeed expose Byron as the Wrecker, who is dynamiting the statues in the egotistical belief that his own creations should be featured in the park. But before she can do that, she performs nine other charitable feats, including entertaining the orphans at Midvale Orphanage--and getting a secret hand from Supergirl.

Appearing in "The Curse of Lena Thorul!"

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Locations:

  • Metropolis (Flashback and main story)
    • Daily Planet
      • Newsroom
    • Metropolis Penitentiary (Flashback and main story)
  • New England (Flashback and main story)
    • Cardiff (Flashback and main story)
      • Cardiff Public Library
  • Smallville (Flashback only)

Items:

  • Ray-Gun (Destroyed)

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Synopsis for "The Curse of Lena Thorul!"

Researching an article on witchcraft, Lois Lane comes to believe that Cardiff librarian Lena Thorul may be the reincarnation of executed witch Louella Thompson. The reality is far stranger: Lena is really the sister of Lex Luthor, who seeks to discourage Lois from writing the story for fear he will reveal their parentage to Lena.

Appearing in "The Wife of Superman!"

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  • Mole-Men (On a TV or computer screen) (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Al (Single appearance)
  • Carole Kent (Single appearance)
  • Larry Kent (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Wife of Superman!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

  • Many years later, in Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths (2006), it was revealed that this story is not imaginary, and actually happened -- on Earth-Nineteen.

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