Lois Lane is the quintessential, plucky reporter of comics. She's also the only person who can really keep Superman on his toes. And now, she's got a namesake in the form of a street that the comic shop That's Entertainment calls home.
Lois Lane's gone through many changes in the comics over the decades, but there's always been one constant—she's never been a blonde. Her hair has sometimes been brown, and sometimes black. (Although considering the way comics are colored, that black was really more of a blue.)
With the recent announcement that Henry Cavill was cast as the new Superman in Zack Snyder's Superman: Man of Steel, there's been speculation as to who should be his Lois Lane. However, it appears that Warner Bros. is looking for a leading lady in Supe's life that is NOT our intrepid reporter —meaning there's a possibility that Miss Lane may not even be IN the movie.
Once upon a time, a writer thought it'd be a grand idea to hatch a series of illustrated young adult novels featuring comics' premiere journalist in her formative years. He had a DC Comics editor in his corner, championing it. But the brass had no interest whatsoever. Here's a sneak peek at a brilliant idea that'll never come to pass.
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