DC Comics and the New York Daily News are getting a head start on San Diego Comic-Con news, revealing Lois Lane's new boyfriend: Daily Planet staffer Jonathan Carroll, because Lois Lane can't stop pooping where she eats. He's revealed in two pages from September's Superman #1 by George Perez and Jesus Merino, where Clark Kent goes to apologize to Lois for an unrevealed gaffe and apparently interrupts her sexytimes with this
DC Comic Co-Publisher Dan DiDio teased a "reexamined" relationship between Superman's Clark Kent persona and Lois Lane in the relaunched DCU earlier this month, leading many to imagine a relationship that either hasn't happened yet or didn't manifest into marriage. Today at The Source, DC confirmed that Superman's Action Comics adventures by Grant Morrison and Rags
Flashpoint is DC Comics' summer event of 2011 that promises to change the DC Universe unrecognizably until the event's climactic finale, when the DC Universe will instead be left changed somewhat recognizably. In support of the event, DC is releasing 60+ issu
Love it or hate it, the Smallville TV show has been one of the most popular mass media adaptations of a comic, reaching millions of viewers each week with stories of what Clark Kent's life was like before he became Superman. Now, we're marking its p
Joanne Siegel, the original model for Lois Lane and the wife of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, passed away yesterday at the age of 93. Joanne met Siegel and his co-creator Joe Shuster when she was a teenager in the 1930s, and responded to a newspaper ad for a model.
For many of us who grew up the '90s, the first time we were introduced to a live-action version of Lois Lane was in the guise of actress Teri Hatcher, who played the plucky, beautiful love interest of Superman in the ABC television series "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" from 1993 to 1997.
It's Girl Week on ComicsAlliance, and as part of our celebrations of women in comics, we're taking a look at the women who actually are in the comics! Today, we're taking a look at a few of our favorite (and least favorite) super-heroines to see how they stack up, as ranked by CA Senior Writer Chris Sims!
The Queen Mother of all super-heroines, Wonder Woman was one of the first, and certainly the longest running female hero in comics, and in the years since her debut in 1941, she's been a feminist icon, the subject of Frederic Wertham's controversial scrutiny, and one of the core members of the DC Universe. Pretty impressive, considering that