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"The Snoopiest Girl in History!": Lois Lane is catapulted back in time to the Golden Age of Greece and becomes the Pandora of legend when she opens the box of all evils.



Appearing in "The Snoopiest Girl in History!"

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Synopsis for "The Snoopiest Girl in History!"

Lois Lane is catapulted back in time to the Golden Age of Greece and becomes the Pandora of legend when she opens the box of all evils.

Appearing in "Lois Lane, Super-Telepath!"

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane, Super-Telepath!"

Lois Lane poses as "Miss Telepath", a girl with supposed psychic powers, in a plot to trap gang boss "Long Odds" Larkin and his mob. Jimmy Olsen has lent her his Superman signal watch. But unknown to them both, Superman is in space at the time and cannot hear its signal. Captured by Larkin, Lois is forced to "psychically" detect secrets that will aid his robberies...and every one of them comes out correct! Superman finally returns from space and rescues her. When it is determined that neither Supergirl, Lori Lemaris, Comet, or a time-traveling Saturn Girl was helping her, Superman and Lois determine that Lois merely made four lucky guesses in a row...with odds of 326,454,839,047 to 1 against her doing so.

Appearing in "Lois Lane's Super Gamble"

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane's Super Gamble"

Superman poses as Ideal-Man, an alien super-hero, to teach Lana and Lois a lesson about their rivalry over him.

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