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"Is Lois Lane Guilty?": Lois Lane and Lana Lang have a fight after both appear on a TV show whose host goads their rivalry. Later, Lois and Lana are in the same car, which falls off a bridge into the river between Gotham City and Metropolis. Lois survives, but Lana’s lifeless body is later rec
Appearing in "Is Lois Lane Guilty?"
Synopsis for "Is Lois Lane Guilty?"
Lois Lane and Lana Lang have a fight after both appear on a TV show whose host goads their rivalry. Later, Lois and Lana are in the same car, which falls off a bridge into the river between Gotham City and Metropolis. Lois survives, but Lana’s lifeless body is later recovered. Because it is demonstrated that Lois could have saved Lana, she is accused of murder. Superman takes the part of prosecutor at her trial, while Batman tries to prove her innocence.
Appearing in "The Man Who Was Clark Kent's Double"
- Robin Hood (Single appearance) (Mark Benton/Ronald Van Horton)
Synopsis for "The Man Who Was Clark Kent's Double"
This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #3.
The small town of Hadley boasts their very own adventurer, the noble hero known as Robin Hood – a mysterious man who robs from the rich and gives to the poor. Lois Lane investigates the rumors of this Robin Hood character and travels to the town of Hadley.
While working on the story, Lois meets a man named Mark Benton. Mark Benton bears a strong resemblance to Clark Kent, and Lois finds herself suddenly attracted to him. Like Clark, Mark maintains a duel identity. Lois discovers a domino mask in Mark's pocket and realizes that he is the one perpetuating the Robin Hood rumors. Mark opens up to Lois and reveals that his real name is Ronald Van Horton. As a soft-hearted millionaire, Ronald uses his vast wealth to finance his Robin Hood crusade. Realizing that he has betrayed Lois’ trust in him, he breaks up with her.
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