• All Star Lois Lane: Superman, icons, personhood and love5

    A look at All Star Superman, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and Clark’s current date calendar

  • Master Post: 75 Years of Lois Lane1

    • June 12, 2013

    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 until Man of Steel, friends. Two days.

  • Guest Post: Why A Black Lois Lane Matters2

    • May 31, 2013

    “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 published on DC Women Kicking Ass. I am a huge Superman fan.  No, let’s get

  • Guest Post: Lois Lane’s Cry For Help0

    • May 30, 2013

    “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 for her. She was an ace reporter for the Daily Planet, appeared regularly in various Super-books,

  • Guest Post: Reflections on Golden & Sliver Age Lois4

    • May 28, 2013

    “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 on submitting an article for the Lois Lane celebration, because there are so many others better suited for the task. However, after reading this submission,

  • Guest Post: Interview with Dan Jurgens0

    “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 something to the world.” Mary A Writer and artist Dan Jurgens helped guide some of the most successful Superman narratives of the last 25 years,