Tag: Lois Lane 75

Master Post: 75 Years of Lois Lane

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. Now, who’s ready for a new Lois? Two days...

Read More

Guest Post: Why A Black Lois Lane Matters

“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 does it without powers.” Natasha Townsel This essay was previously...

Read More

Guest Post: Lois Lane’s Cry For Help

“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, the Silver Age Lois Lane had a lot going...

Read More

Guest Post: Ultra Woman

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 you, because of Superman (though...

Read More

Guest Post: Lois Lane: Hero or Villain?

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 I haven’t always felt that way. It took me a...

Read More

Lois Appreciation Begins!

Thanks to a series of strange and unfortunate events (some involving me weeping on the floor of a server room–the less said, the better), our celebration is getting off to a bit of a late start. But don’t worry,...

Read More

Blog Carnival: 75 Years of Lois Lane

Celebrating 75 Years of Lois Lane (in May) Action Comics #1 was released in June of 1938. It featured the debut of not only Clark Kent and Superman, but plucky, independent reporter Lois Lane. Love interest, competitor, sometime...

Read More
Loading