Between 1958 and 1963, Curt Swan drew four Action Comics covers that featured desks, mostly Perry White’s, getting smashed.Continue reading “Curt Swan vs. Desks”
Tag: Lois Lane
Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane, No. 81
Another gloriously goofy Superman family silver age cover for the two-part story, “No Witness in Outer Space!”/”Lois Lane’s Extreme Space Peril.”
Action Comics No. 438 – A Monster Named Lois Lane!
These DC comics always had such great covers, but then you actually read the story, and the story hinges on Lois Lane having a cold and Superman finding a cure using “advanced Kryptonian science.”
A jewel from space turns Lois Lane into a super-powered beast-woman. Superman pretends to develop similar monster-like symptoms in order to trap and subdue her but she sees through his disguise. Finally Superman realizes that Lois developed the condition only because she had a cold which lowered her immunity to the space jewel. Using ‘advanced Kryptonian science’ Superman devises a ‘miniature cold curer’ that restores Lois to normal.
Action Comics #40 – Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Variant Cover by Joe Quinones
Lois Lane Sells Her Soul
Funko Pop Smallville Vinyl Figures
I wonder if we’ll ever see a Chloe Sullivan figure, maybe with a Crazy Cult Chloe variant.