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"Lois Lane's Super-Brain!": This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #27.



Appearing in "Lois Lane's Super-Brain!"

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  • Doctor Von Schmitt (Single appearance)
  • Professor Holt (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane's Super-Brain!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #27.

Reversing the process of a Brain Bank which stores knowledge gives Lois Lane a super-intellect for a week, but also makes her head grow to freakish size.

Appearing in "The Superwoman of Metropolis!"

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  • Knuckles Roarke (Single appearance)

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  • Superman's Super-Power Duplication Device

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Synopsis for "The Superwoman of Metropolis!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #8.

When Clark Kent ducks out of the Daily Planet to change into Superman and prevent a plane crash, it renews Lois Lane's suspicion that Superman and Clark Kent are the same person. When she comments that the revelation would make for a great birthday gift, Clark is inspired to pull a trick on her to convince her that he isn't Superman. He meets with Lois later as Superman and tells her to meet him at an old abandoned house with a costume fashioned after his. There he unveils a machine that will duplicate his powers into her as he is going on a mission and needs someone on Earth to uphold his style of policing.

With the powers transferred over, Lois becomes a Superwoman and is impressed at her super-human abilities, playing right into Superman's planned trick for her. As Clark Kent, Superman puts Lois in compromising situations where she has to prove that she is not a Superwoman.

Her first problem comes when they are covering a 10 year anniversary of the Metropolis time capsule, and it is struck by lightning, causing the safe down below to break open. Lois makes up an excuse to change into Superwoman and make the repairs, even going so far as to protect Superman's secret identity when a it falls out of the time capsule and Clark Kent tries to grab it. After that point, Clark spends every moment grilling Lois and trying to trip her up and see how easily she can keep her secret identity.

He purposely locks himself and Lois in the Daily Planet's walk-in safe and pretends to panic about the lack of air in the room, and Lois quickly and secretly punches a hole through the safe with her finger and points it out as a new air exchange. Later when she cancels a hair appointment, Clark attempts to cut her hair making the scissors break. Lois covers by showing that the scissors are already cracked by dropping them on the ground and using her x-ray vision to break them up. Later while out for dinner with Clark at an unsavory restaurant, Lois is shot at by a gunman, but she grabs the bullet. In order to cover, she claims the gunman missed and that she has an olive in her hand, and eats it before Clark can get a closer look.

Later, when they are catching a cab, Clark uses his x-ray vision to seal the door of the cab shut waiting for Lois to pull it off its hinges. When she does, he realizes he can't call her on it without revealing his own identity as well. Later when they are at the local fair, Lois spots an airplane ride with frayed cables. However, she cannot shake Clark before the cords break and the planes fall, forcing her to reveal her secret identity in front of Clark.

However, when Lois attempts to dive after the planes she finds that her powers have failed her. Clark then secretly uses his super-breath to save the planes. Later back at the Daily Planet, Clark "jokes" to Perry about how Lois pretended to be Superwoman. Lois decides to let the ribbing go on, realizing the importance of Superman maintaining his secret identity.

Appearing in "Lois Lane, Slave Girl!"

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  • Petronius (Flashback and main story)
  • Previous Superman Next

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  • Crassus
  • Julia
  • Joe
  • Professor

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  • Time Bomb

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane, Slave Girl!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #33.

Lois Lane is flung by a racketeer’s “time bomb” device back to ancient Rome, where she is sold as a slave into the house of one Crassus, who is secretly the heroic Petronius.

Appearing in "The Widow in Black!"

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  • Black Shadow (in picture only)
  • Clark Kent
  • Coast Guard (Mentioned only)
  • Creep (in picture only)
  • Interpol (Mentioned only)
  • Merton (Mentioned only)
  • Silent Stranger (in picture only)

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  • Cabana Beach
  • Flamingo Hotel

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Synopsis for "The Widow in Black!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #32.

To prove she can handle a dangerous assignment without Superman rescuing her, Lois Lane pretends to be a widow, in order to attract the attention of the Playboy Poisoner.

Appearing in "The Madam Jekyll of Metropolis!"

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Synopsis for "The Madam Jekyll of Metropolis!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #36.

The action of a cyclotron’s radiations on a piece of Red Kryptonite Lois is holding causes her to turn into a destructive, hairy woman under the influence of the full moon.

Appearing in "Lois Lane Hag!"

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  • Dr. Lucas Sharpe
  • Madam Mimi
  • "Rocky" Rhodes

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  • Daily Planet
  • Metropolis Opera House (Mentioned only)
  • Youth Incorporated
  • Fountain of Youth
  • Siam (Mentioned only)

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  • Decrepitin
  • Vigoral
  • Whistler's Mother (In dream sequence only)

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane Hag!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #40.

While exposing a phony youth-treatment racket, Lois Lane knocks herself unconscious by accident and dreams she has become an old hag overnight.

Notes

  • This book was first published on July 8, 1969.
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