Intrepid Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane is headed to a Young Adult market near you!
Amy Adams does a talk show and, hey, look, she brought a clip!
It's the classic story of Superman, Lois Lane, and her ... husband?
The first official image of Amy Adams as Lois Lane has us wondering what sort of news lady she'll be.
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.
Last week we learned that Superman and Wonder Woman will officially become the DC Universe's ultimate power couple in the pages of Justice...
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.)
You know that reboot of its entire universe that DC Comics is planning? Well, it might just wreck one of its most stable and long-lasting relationships.
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.
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.