Character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Often called "Superman's GIrlfriend" but since the 1960's there have been many attempts at DC Comics to make the character more independent, though always closely aligned to the "world of Superman." Lois is also sometimes deplyed by DC as a superhero in her own right, usualy in some incarnation as Superwoman.
1962 Lois Lane
Cover art by Curt Swan
Noel Neill - 1920-2016
The first actress to portray Lois Lane onscreen - the 1948 movie serial, and again in the Adventures of Superman TV program 1953-1958. She appeared as Lois Lane's mother in the 1978 Christopher Reeve Superman, and also appeared in the 2006 Superman Returns. In total, she had 79 acting credits, stretching from 1940 to 2016.
Art by Gary Frank
It's my Scoop - World's Finest Comics
Art by Darwyn Cooke
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane Annual #2 - from (1963
Most recently played on film by Amy Adams
Lois Lane #100
More Curt Swan
Classic Lois Lane covers - More Lois Lane
- Lois Lane #26 - Cover by Curt Swan
- Lois Lane #110 - Cover by Dick Giardano
- Lois Lane #112 - Cover by Dick Giardano
- Lois Lane #114 - Cover by Dick Giardano
- Lois Lane #129 - Cover by Bob Oksner
The Lois Lane / Batman / Superman / Wonder Woman Quadrangle - Lois Lane 14 - 1960
Lois Lane 93 - 1969
Lois Lane switches to Batman; Superman switches to Wonder Woman.
Superman gets the 'Go By' circa 1944
Original Page Oct 2013| Updated Sep 2014