One last Lois Lane post, because it's Valentine's Day. This one is kind of a grab bag.
First, despite the editor's previous assertions that a woman can't keep a secret, there was an imaginary story that had Lois marry Superman, with this very reasonable explanation of what made Superman change his mind:
So there you go. Everybody wins, and the Kents can now start a long and happy marriage in separate beds:
And Lois, of course, is now a full-time housewife. And Superman always takes the time to solve problems on the home front. Like when his wife burns dinner.
That panel where he's telling her to smile if she wants a Super Kiss creeps the hell out of me. Especially since I associate super kissing with memory erasing, thanks to Superman II.
Not everything is super kissing and eye-broiled burgers, though. Sometimes Lois gets jealous. Like when Superman has to give a plaque to a famous actress, and gets a hearty "thank-you."
Lois is HARDCORE.
I love it when they fight. Let's see a few panels of that (from Lois Lane #38):
This next one really cracks me up. I think it's a combination of Superman's pose and expression, the venetian blinds, and the fact that Lois is even trying to keep him out.
Or maybe it's what Superman's saying.
These next panels prove that Lois and Superman's fights are far more interesting than the ones I have with my boyfriend.
Hardly any of our fights include the line "I'm going to take you to that distant small planet and clear myself!" And only one of them ended with me being placed in a plastic bubble and carried into space, arms folded and pouting.
In conclusion, I want to share this random panel that proves that Superman is totally, totally creepy and weird: