Summer reading lists usually come out in late spring, early summer. Just as you’re starting to dream of a cold drink on a hot afternoon (or consuming your body weight […]
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This is the master post for our week of guest posts on Lois Lane’s long publishing history. As always, thanks to all of our wonderful writers, and our supportive readers. […]
“She is a fighter to the point of getting in over her head, but she does it to fight for truth and justice the same as Superman does… only she […]
“Silver Age Lois didn’t seem to have any feminist gumption, but her readers may have found a subversive message among her tears.” Tim Hanley and Lori Wozney At first glance, […]
“Lois Lane had to survive in this man’s world and it’s important to understand the times and attitudes toward women when this story was written.” Maya K. I wasn’t planning […]
“We tried to portray a Lois who cared about people and their plight, who was committed to her job and loved it, and saw it as a way to give […]
The Super-Humanity of Lois & Clark’s Lois Lane (And Why it’s So Important). Pamela Bodziock When Lois & Clark premiered in 1993, my ten-year-old self was instantly transfixed. Not, mind […]
Golden Age Lois and the psychology of superhero romance. Michael May I’m thrilled that Lois Lane is getting her own celebration during the 75th Anniversary of Action Comics #1, but […]