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"The Girl Who Destroyed Atlantis!": Lois Lane, visiting Atlantis, is sent back in time by an ancient time-travel belt to the days just before Atlantis’s sinking and becomes involved in an adventure against the tyrant Roh-Tul.
- What a switch! Here, in ancient Atlantis, the man who looks like Luthor is protecting me from a man who resembles Clark Kent!
- -- Lois Lane
Appearing in "The Girl Who Destroyed Atlantis!"
- Roh-Tul (Single appearance)
- Yarg (Single appearance)
- Atlanteans (Flashback and main story)
- Atlantis (Flashback and main story)
- Tritonis (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Girl Who Destroyed Atlantis!"
Lois Lane, visiting Atlantis, is sent back in time by an ancient time-travel belt to the days just before Atlantis’s sinking and becomes involved in an adventure against the tyrant Roh-Tul.
Appearing in "The Monkey's Paw!"
- Lois Lane (First appearance as Super-Lois)
- Lex Luthor (as an illusion only)
- Daily Planet (Flashback and main story)
- Green Kryptonite Meteors (as an illusion only)
- Nobel Prize for Literature (as an illusion only)
Synopsis for "The Monkey's Paw!"
Lois Lane gains the legendary Monkey’s Paw, which can grant three wishes. However, she becomes convinced that she has used up its power and discards it, though, ironically, she hasn’t even used any of her wishes.
Appearing in "The Romance of Superbaby and Baby Lois!"
- Captain Hobson (Single appearance)
- Doctor Thorne (Single appearance)
- Dudley Diggs (Single appearance)
- Jimmy Olsen
- Lucy Lane
- Perry White
- S.S. Andovia
Synopsis for "The Romance of Superbaby and Baby Lois!"
Lois Lane gets a picture of Superman changing into his secret identity. Lois doesn't agree to develop the picture as she promises to Superman, but she bumps a doctor's car. The slight car bump makes a shock into Lois's mind, which turns her into a malevolent and ruthless female, and blackmails Superman to marry her or she will develop the picture. But both she and Superman get a shot of rejuvenation spray at the Fortress of Solitude, and begin de-aging into infants. Lois, in her malfunctioned mind of becoming ruthless, tries to find someone to legally approve that she and Superman are married. However, when Superman and Lois have finally become babies, they are unable to speak, and turn back into normal age the next day. Lois takes a drug from the doctor whose car she bumped, and Lois is restored back to her generous and honest behavior. She destroys the picture and is thankful that the marriage didn't happen because she claims it's not fair and square to have the marriage made by blackmail. But Lois still wishes to marry Superman one day.
- The comic book's cover is based on this story.
- Jimmy Olsen appears in a minor role.
- This is the second time Lois turns younger and younger. The first time was in issue #10, The Cry-Baby of Metropolis, and the second time Superman becomes a baby again, the first time was in issue #32.
- Superman got the Rejuvenation Spray from an alien as a reward for saving his life from crashing in his UFO.
- "The Romance of Superbaby and Baby Lois" is reprinted in Lois Lane: A Celebration of 75 Years.
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