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"The Witch of Metropolis": A scientist named Professor Jason experiments with some chemicals, which create extremely noxious fumes. Lois Lane finds herself exposed to these chemicals and begins to transform into a hideous-looking old woman. She comes to believe that she


Quote1 Great Guns! Lois has supernatural powers -- and they may prove mightier than mine! Quote2
-- Superman



Appearing in "The Witch of Metropolis"

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Synopsis for "The Witch of Metropolis"

A scientist named Professor Jason experiments with some chemicals, which create extremely noxious fumes. Lois Lane finds herself exposed to these chemicals and begins to transform into a hideous-looking old woman. She comes to believe that she is in fact a witch. Superman learns that the effects of Professor Jason's experiments are only temporary and decides to humor Lois by secretly mimicking supernatural abilities. Lois begins to believe that she is a genuine witch, until such time as the effects wear off. Superman confronts her and admits to simulating Lois' perceived powers. Although frustrated by the Man of Steel, she is grateful to have resumed her normal form once again.

Appearing in "Lois Lane - Convict"

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  • Baldy Pate
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  • District Attorney's office
  • Metropolis Women's detention center

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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 "The Six Lives of Lois Lane!"

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Appearing in "The Mad Woman of Metropolis"

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  • Killer Meigs

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Appearing in "Lois Lane's X-Ray Vision!"

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  • "Slick" Morse

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Appearing in "The Ghost of Lois Lane"

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  • Professor Grail

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  • Jimmy's new typewriter
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Appearing in "Lois Lane's Darkest Secret!"

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  • Professor Boone
  • Sandra Thorne

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  • Metropolis Museum

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Appearing in "The Fattest Girl in Metropolis"

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  • Swags Swanson

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  • Professor Colby

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Synopsis for "The Fattest Girl in Metropolis"

Lois Lane investigates an unsolved murder, and peruses a series of mug shots. However, she is unable to successfully identify the culprit from the pictures in her possession. Later, she visits a local scientist named Professor Colby. Colby possesses a device which exposes Lois to a wave of energy, altering her size. She is now the fattest girl in all of Metropolis.

The murderer, Swags Swanson, tracks Lois down and prepares to shoot her, but Superman arrives and apprehends the criminal. He then tells Lois that he secretly conspired with Professor Colby to expose her to the growth ray in the hopes of disguising her features. Fortunately, the effects of Professor Colby's machine are only temporary.

Notes

  • "The Ghost of Lois Lane" was originally printed in Superman #129.

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