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"The Amazing Superman Junior": Lois Lane gets herself into trouble once again, but fortunately Superman is always there to show her the error of her ways. This time, Lois' latest adventure involves an experimental rocket ship. Working on an assignment for the Daily Planet, Lois sneaks on
Appearing in "The Amazing Superman Junior"
Synopsis for "The Amazing Superman Junior"
Lois Lane gets herself into trouble once again, but fortunately Superman is always there to show her the error of her ways. This time, Lois' latest adventure involves an experimental rocket ship. Working on an assignment for the Daily Planet, Lois sneaks on board the ship to get details for her article. While fiddling about the ship, she accidentally initiates the launch sequence and the rocket blasts off towards outer space. Superman arrives just in time and brings Lois and the rocket back to Earth.
In order to teach Lois a lesson, Superman and a few friends decide to play a prank on her. Conspiring with Perry White, Jimmy Olsen and Robin the boy wonder, they disguise themselves as feeble old men. When Lois encounters them, she mistakenly believes that the rocket trip transported her several decades into the future. She eventually discovers the trick and decides to get Superman back.
She convinces Robin to begin masquerading as new teen hero known as Superman Jr. When Superman encounters this new hero, he finds Lois Lane professing her undying love to Superman Jr. Ultimately however, Superman discovers the ruse and everyone enjoys a good laugh.
Appearing in "Lois Lane - Convict!"
- Baldy Pate (Single appearance)
- Sharpie (Single appearance)
- District Attorney's office
- Metropolis Women's Detention Center
Synopsis for "Lois Lane - Convict!"
A gangster known as Sharpie discovers that Lois Lane is working on an exposé that may get him into trouble with the authorities. He secretly meets with Lois and offers her a bribe to kill the story. Lois accepts the money, but soon discovers that the gangster has taken a picture of her with the money. He uses the photo to blackmail Lois even further.
The authorities discover Lois' crime and she is sent to prison. She confesses to accepting stolen money in exchange for killing the crime story. A group of thugs break Lois out of prison and arrange a meeting with the mob leader, Baldy Pate. Baldy pressures Lois into telling him the location of the evidence she had intended on using against him (a set of counterfeit license plates). Superman arrives and rescues Lois. The entire scheme was a ploy to bring Baldy Pate out into the open so that the authorities could bring him up on charges.
Appearing in "Lieutenant Lois Lane, U.S. Army"
- Wharton (Single appearance)
- Parkins (Single appearance)
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.
- This issue is reprinted in Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane Archives Vol. 1.
- "The Amazing Superman Junior" was reprinted in Superman (Volume 1) Annual #8.
- "Lois Lane - Convict!" was reprinted in Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #77.
- "Lieutenant Lois Lane, U.S. Army!" was reprinted in Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane Annual #1.
- Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, Perry White and Superman all appeared last in Superman (Volume 1) #126. They appear next in Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #39.
- In "Lois Lane – Convict!", Lois is sent to prison, but soon released. It can be reasonably assumed that her criminal record is expunged due to the fact that she was working with the police as part of a sting operation against notable underworld figures.
- In this issue, Lois Lane briefly joins the U.S. Army. The modern Lois Lane never joined the service, but grew up as an "army brat" under the tutelage of her father, the late General Sam Lane.
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Links and References
- Lois Lane article at Wikipedia
- Lois Lane article at Supermanica
- Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Lois Lane series index at Mike's Amazing World of DC Comics