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Posts tagged Clark Kent

Feb 14 '13

Favorite DC Couples Finals: The Case for Superman and Lois Lane

As usual during these tournaments, I requested guest posts to provide the case for why the finalists for in the matches to decide your favorite DC couple should win today. Here’s the post I received for Lois Lane and Clark Kent/Superman. I had no volunteers for Dick and Babs so I’ll link later to one written two years ago.

This essay is by reader Amelia Faulks. Her thoughts follow.

At its very heart, at its very core, this is a story about one of the greatest double acts in popular culture. It’s a story about friendship, loyalty, love. It’s a story about contrasts and similarities, and a relationship that while currently marginalized, sidelined, and largely absent from the New 52- in a way that fundamentally damages the Superman mythos- has stood the test of time. But enough yabbering about Jimmy and Perry; I’m here to talk about Lois and Clark.

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Sep 6 '11
thehappysorceress:

My hope for the DC relaunch.
Just a Bad Dream; latest commission from Mike Kevan 
(for those below a certain age, you may need a reference.)

Lois channels the famous “It was all a dream” sequence from the TV show Dallas (click the link above) that wiped away a year of the show.

thehappysorceress:

My hope for the DC relaunch.

Just a Bad Dream; latest commission from Mike Kevan

(for those below a certain age, you may need a reference.)

Lois channels the famous “It was all a dream” sequence from the TV show Dallas (click the link above) that wiped away a year of the show.

Sep 2 '11

Farewell Mr. & Mrs. Kent: “Just Remember….No Matter What Happens…I’ll Always Love You. ALWAYS.”

In rebuilding their comics for the new 52, DC made a number of decisions that were applauded by readers and a number that were upsetting to readers. One of those decisions was to erase the marriage of Clark Kent and Lois Lane. With the debut of Action Comics #1 next week and Superman later this month DC begins its new set of Superman stories where Lois and Clark are single. Here is a tribute and farewell to the Kent/Lane marriage by one of my favorite readers, Mary. I hope you enjoy it. Her thoughts start below.

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Aug 10 '11
yasminliang:

Trinity Mothers

This is wonderful.

yasminliang:

Trinity Mothers

This is wonderful.

Sep 16 '10

Because I’m in a Lois mood

Here’s Cameron Stewart’s Holiday Card for DC from 2005. Oh, Lois.

Aug 3 '10

Lois and Clark. Best comic couple ever. If the devil ever tried to break them up, Lois would kick his ass.

Okay the post-crisis Lois would kick him. The pre-crisis Lois might try and marry him.

Jul 5 '10
I enjoyed Comic Relief’s dissection last night of ASBAR. My hate of it isn’t quite as deep because I just pretend it is a parody of Frank Miller. And speaking of parodies of Frank Miller, here is Greg Rucka parodying Frank Miller in The Adventures of Superman #638. If you haven’t read this issue, I highly recommend it. It has a wonderful fantasy story about Clark and Lois having a daughter. In addition to the Miller parody there is one of Calvin and Hobbes that is pure gold.

I enjoyed Comic Relief’s dissection last night of ASBAR. My hate of it isn’t quite as deep because I just pretend it is a parody of Frank Miller. And speaking of parodies of Frank Miller, here is Greg Rucka parodying Frank Miller in The Adventures of Superman #638. If you haven’t read this issue, I highly recommend it. It has a wonderful fantasy story about Clark and Lois having a daughter. In addition to the Miller parody there is one of Calvin and Hobbes that is pure gold.