History ComicBook / LoisLane

20th Aug '16 4:12:16 AM rafi
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* MsFanservice: She's certainly easy on the eyes.
18th Aug '16 11:52:59 AM Madnessreaver
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* MamaBear: She proves to be this with her son Jonathan - when the Eradicator tries to kill him because of his half-Kryptonian[=/=]half-Human nature, Lois ends up discovering Batman's Hellbat Armor, a suit of armor designed to go toe-to-toe with friggin' ''Darkseid'', and using it to pummel the construct.

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* MamaBear: She proves to be this with her son Jonathan - when the Eradicator tries to kill him because of his half-Kryptonian[=/=]half-Human nature, Lois ends up discovering Batman's Hellbat Armor, a suit of armor designed to go toe-to-toe with friggin' ''Darkseid'', and using it to pummel the construct. Hell, Lois herself tell the Eradicator not to mess with the baby bear(her son Jonothon) when the mama bear(herself) is around as she beat him.
17th Aug '16 8:15:43 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DamselInDistress: The major example in the superhero world. To the point of some meta jokes about it, and some GenreSavvy comments. Nearly all the version of Lois (from comic to cartoon and films) need to be saved often from Superman.
* DamselOutOfDistress: She provides the page image. This is a woman who gets caught by villains all the frickin' time, but only because she's GenreSavvy enough to know that if she does so, she'll not only get the scoop on the front page story, but also somehow survive to write it. And not just by getting rescued if Superman doesn't know/is depowered/is busy, she'll pretend to fall in love with the drug lord who captured her, then blast herself out of their wedding, veil, gown, and all, with a {{Mook}}'s stolen machine gun.

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* DamselInDistress: The major example in the superhero world. To the point of some meta jokes about it, and some GenreSavvy savvy comments. Nearly all the version of Lois (from comic to cartoon and films) need to be saved often from Superman.
* DamselOutOfDistress: She provides the page image. This is a woman who gets caught by villains all the frickin' time, but only because she's GenreSavvy enough to know she knows that if she does so, she'll not only get the scoop on the front page story, but also somehow survive to write it. And not just by getting rescued if Superman doesn't know/is depowered/is busy, she'll pretend to fall in love with the drug lord who captured her, then blast herself out of their wedding, veil, gown, and all, with a {{Mook}}'s stolen machine gun.



* GenreSavvy: Lois knows Superman well enough that she can throw herself out of a window and be sure that he'll catch her. He even did it during ''Hush'', while he was mind-controlled.
17th Aug '16 7:10:47 PM Blazer
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* MamaBear: She proves to be this with her son Jonathan - when the Eradicator tries to kill him because of his half-Kryptonian[=/=]half-Human nature, Lois ends up discovering Batman's Hellbat Armor, a suit of armor designed to go toe-to-toe with friggin' ''Darkseid'', and using it to pummel the construct.
10th Aug '16 11:46:07 PM Unityd3v
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Lois once again got her own comic series, ''ComicBook/{{Superwoman}}'', as part of 2016's ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', in which [[EmpoweredBadassNormal the post-Flashpoint Lois gained Superman's powers]], becoming a superhero and protecting Metropolis.

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Lois once again seemingly got her own comic series, ''ComicBook/{{Superwoman}}'', as part of 2016's ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', in which [[EmpoweredBadassNormal the post-Flashpoint Lois gained Superman's powers]], becoming a superhero and protecting Metropolis.
Metropolis. However, she died in the first issue leaving Lana Lang, who also gained powers, to take on the mantle of Superwoman.
10th Aug '16 7:59:43 PM pepsimax
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Lois once again got her own comic series, ''Superwoman'', as part of 2016's ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', in which [[EmpoweredBadassNormal the post-Flashpoint Lois gained Superman's powers]], becoming a superhero and protecting Metropolis.

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Lois once again got her own comic series, ''Superwoman'', ''ComicBook/{{Superwoman}}'', as part of 2016's ''ComicBook/DCRebirth'', in which [[EmpoweredBadassNormal the post-Flashpoint Lois gained Superman's powers]], becoming a superhero and protecting Metropolis.
4th Aug '16 5:25:20 AM dsneybuf
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[[caption-width-right:350:Lois Lane, a lovely lady who [[HotScoop lands leads]], looks for love in lofty latitudes, and [[ActionGirl laughs]] at [[DamselInDistress liability.]]]]
2nd Aug '16 1:14:02 PM rafi
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* BabiesEverAfter: In ''Comicbook/Convergence'', the pre-Flaspoint Superman and Lois have their first baby and name him after Clark's father, John.

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* BabiesEverAfter: In ''Comicbook/Convergence'', ''Comicbook/{{Convergence}}'', the pre-Flaspoint Superman and Lois have their first baby and name him after Clark's father, John.
2nd Aug '16 1:13:27 PM rafi
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* BabiesEverAfter: In ''Comicbook/Convergence'', the pre-Flaspoint Superman and Lois have their first baby and name him after Clark's father, John.



* {{Tsundere}}: The TropeCodifier.

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* {{Tsundere}}: The TropeCodifier.Many incarnations of Lois over the years could be called tsundere. Superman almost always gets the dere side and everyone else gets mostly tsun, but there's overlap; once she's known Clark for a while, she tends to be about half-and-half with him.
** Now she's been married to Clark in the comics for fifteen years, he and Perry and Jimmy have exclusive rights to her dere side while everyone else gets her (genuinely intimidating) tsun side.
2nd Aug '16 1:05:15 PM rafi
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* DamselInDistress: To the point of some meta jokes about it, and some GenreSavvy comments. Nearly all the version of Lois (from comic to cartoon and films) need to be saved often from Superman.

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* DamselInDistress: The major example in the superhero world. To the point of some meta jokes about it, and some GenreSavvy comments. Nearly all the version of Lois (from comic to cartoon and films) need to be saved often from Superman.
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