Lois is an award-winning journalist for the Metropolis newspaper the Daily Planet and the primary love interest of the superhero Superman and his alter-ego, Clark Kent. Lois' physical appearance was originally based on Joanne Cartera model hired by Joe Shuster. For her character, Jerry Siegel was inspired by actress Glenda Farrell 's portrayal of the fictional reporter Torchy Blane in a series of films.
It will never not be funny to me that DC is better at marketing alternate-reality versions of its characters than their actual, true-to-comic versions. Lois Lane is starting a new life in Metropolis. An Army brat, Lois has lived all over — and seen all kinds of things.
The new series would use the same "back to basics" approach to storyline and art stylings, giving the Superman mythos the same timeless feel that they brought to the Batman mythos. Kal-El, Last of His Kindis sent away from the dying planet Krypton and lands on Earth, where thanks to the bright yellow sun he develops famous abilities far greater than a normal human. He grows up in Smallville, Kansas, where he was found and raised as a human "Clark" by Jonathan and Martha Kent, who instill within him a powerful sense of right and wrong.
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Editor's Note: Newsarama has removed the Superman Family artwork from this article upon the request of its owners, Warner Bros. The family aspect of DC's Superman is more prominent than ever thanks to "Rebirth" and the success of Super Sonsand it was almost going to be the premise of a Warner Bros. Heuck, who recently worked on Young Justice and is now working on DC Universe's Harley Quinnwanted to bring the Kent family to cartoons with a heaping helping of "crazy Silver Age stories" inspired by comic books of the past.
The following contains spoilers. Are you glad you went? Joe Saltzman : The only good part of the film was the last few minutes when Clark Kent finally shows up at the Daily Planet to meet the staff and start work as a journalist.
Shortly after telling her he was Superman, Clark died in her arms after his battle with Doomsday, leaving Lois completely devastated. In an alternate timeline indirectly created by Barry Allen, Lois was a reporter turned resistance fighter in the conflict between Wonder Woman and Aquaman and was stationed in New Themysciera. Her mission was to gather intel on the Amazons activities for Cyborg relayed via her handler Steve Trevor, who appeared to be in a relationship with Lois.