The Second Superman
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane
Cover Art by Bob Oksner
Story Art by John Rosenberger and Vince Colletta
Script by Cary Bates
Okay, I actually must give Superman kudos in this story. Afraid that his relationship with Lois Lane is placing her in harms way, Superman takes it upon his self to find Lois a husband, thus severing their relationship and removing her from danger.
Now, don't get me wrong, I'm certainly not giving him any credit for going to such a length to keep her safe. Though it is surprising considering what a complete selfish bastard he is. What I find amazing is that he doesn't seem to hesitate to pick her a man that is oh-so-much hotter then himself.
What is it about the Daily Planet that attracts these eccentric string tie wearing types? I swear his is not the first.
I just want to say here that there was a time when I worked for a big research and development organization. One of those places where you were almost as likely too see army fatigues in the corridors as you were to see lab coats. I wouldn't say it was like the Umbrella Corporation or anything but I wouldn't say it wasn't like them either. I bring this up because all of the time I worked there, I assure, you I never saw a scientist that happening.
Breath taking indeed!
Superman looks none too pleased.
I think the two broads on the bench should stay out of my, I mean Lois', business and get back to trying to marry off their granddaughters.
Perhaps the camera reveals a images of someone not nearly has attractive of the person you're taking the pictures of.
Yeah, we all saw this coming.
That totally blows. They finally offer up a romantic interest for Lois that I can totally get behind and they kill him off in the first story. The man even looked good while dying! Seems like a complete waste. Surely he deserved some sort of superhero spin off. Obviously there is always room for one more lab created scientist/superhero comic out there.