Sunday, June 20, 2010

Oddly, I still find Margot Kidder LESS attractive!

Beware of the Bug-Belle!
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane
DC Comics
Cover by Kurt Schaffenberger
Script by E. Nelson Bridwell
Art by Kurt Schaffenberger
Number 69

If you are like most of us who dream some day of Lois Lane and reciprocated affection, your biggest fear is that she might call you Superman during foreplay. And NOT in a good way.

But with the help of Kurt Schaffenberger, Gay for Lois Lane is going to trump that fear tenfold.

Welcome to your new Lois related neurosis!

But don't worry too much, if you manage to make it through this one, I promise you a Lois/Lana pillow fight.

See, do I ever lie?

Friday, June 11, 2010

Name me one person that doesn't love a good eye transplant story!

The Girl with the Killers Eyes
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane
DC Comics
Cover Art Neil Adams
Story Script by Leo Dorfman
Story Art by Irv Novick
Number 88


I have watched enough movies to know, without a doubt, that an eye transplant will inevitably end badly.

I have also read enough Lois Lane to know that if something could end with near disastrous result, Lois is there like a $99 dollar wedding gown sale at David's Bridal.

With that said please sit back and enjoy The Girl with the Killers Eyes!

Part I Through a Murderer's Eyes!

Part II The Girl with the Haunted Eye!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Ladies love Dingle!

The Brain-Busters
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane
DC Comics
Story by Cary Bates
Art by John Rosenberger
Number 126


Now I wouldn't want anyone to dismiss the later issues of Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane. They may not have the same charming style with her cute suit and hat outfits and those ever-present pearl earrings, but they still have our beloved Lois with trendy clothing, her clever mind and a fist that packs a wallop.

The Brain-Busters! has just about everything you could want in a Lois Lane comic. There is the sinister bad guy, a scary clown, secret disguises, as well as a much needed ass kicking. There is even a Lois Lane shower scene.

Now, for those of you who haven't already skipped ahead to the story, make sure to check out that super-jealously on the front cover with art by Bob Oksner.

Maybe if Lois would just lower her standards, she too would have her happy ending.