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Superman is a superhero from the DC Comics universe created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938. He is recognized as one of the most iconic superheroes of all time, as well as a cultural icon.

Character List
Lois Lane
Lana Lang Lana is a childhood friend of Superman, who developed superhuman powers after absorbing radioactive energy. She made the decision to put her newfound abilities to use, becoming the hero Superwoman.

Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #12[edit | edit source]

Lana Lang, Girl Atlas! (October 1959)

In the third story starring The Girl Atlas, Lana begins showing off her super abilities, and is dubbed "The Girl Atlas", Lois approaches Lana and in a feigned act of forgiveness, concedes to allow Lana to pursue Superman and even gives Lana a copy of Superman's daily schedule. This, however, is Lois' plan to get back at Lana for taking the formula behind the back. When Lana goes to help Superman, her outfits are constantly getting ruined because they are not indestructible like hers: When she is helping Superman in a blast furnace her dress lights on fire, later when helping Superman place a cornerstone for a building crooks toss a bomb at her.

Feeling like she's been humiliated in front of Superman, Lois advises her that she could win back Superman's respect if she puts on a series of super-feats that, in the end, make her overly muscular and not as attractive. When Superman and Lois call on Lana later, she realizes that this was all Lois' plan to get back at her for using the potion. After the professor calls in and tells Lois he lost his formula, Superman works on an antidote to restore Lana back to normal. The next day Lana tells Lois that she has learned her lesson and the two shake hands.

Issue #90[edit | edit source]

Lois Lane's Future Husband (February 1969)

Superman: The Man of Steel (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1,000,000[edit | edit source]

"Fear & Loathing"
Released date: November, 1998

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