Superman works there in his civilian identity as Clark Kent, along with fellow reporter Lois Lane, photographer Jimmy Olsen, business editor Lana Lang and editor-in-chief Perry White.
The Daily Planet is a daily newspaper of Metropolis.
- Alice White - intern
- Bill Stoker (Pre-Crisis)
- Bob Harley - investigative reporter
- Bostwick - reporter
- Brad Hunter (Pre-Crisis)
- Mr. Bratten - majority shareholder
- Briscoe - staff member
- Bruce Wayne - former owner (Pre-Flashpoint)
- Cat Grant - gossip columnist
- Clark Kent - investigative reporter
- Connie Hatch - puzzle editor (Pre-Crisis)
- Dave - crime columnist (Pre-Crisis)
- Ed Byrnes - former managing editor; later night time editor
- Freddy Jones (Pre-Crisis)
- George Taylor - managing editor (Pre-Crisis)
- Harley Quinn - love columnist
- Hobb - managing editor (Pre-Crisis)
- Jack - cameraman
- Jack Smart - reporter (Pre-Crisis)
- James McCullough - former city editor
- Jamie Gillis - photographer and Mark Spencer's girlfriend
- Janice Denton - features editor
- Jennifer Owens - receptionist
- Jimmy Olsen - photo-journalist
- John Corben - reporter (Pre-Crisis)
- Joyce - staff member
- Justin Moore - cub reporter
- Kara Zor-El - intern (Post-Crisis)
- Lana Lang - Business Editor
- Lois Lane - investigative reporter
- Lex Luthor - former owner
- Marilyn - James McCullough's secretary
- Marisol Leone - owner (Post-Flashpoint)
- Margaret "Meg" Tempest - reporter
- Mark Spencer - "gofer"
- Pete Cromwell (Pre-Crisis)
- Percival "Percy" Bratten - reporter
- Perry White - managing editor
- Ron Troupe - reporter
- Ryan Lowell - obituary editor (Pre-Crisis)
- Sally Winfield - Perry White's secretary
- Steve Bard - reporter (Pre-Crisis)
- Steve Lombard - the editor of the Sports section
- Tom Weaver (Pre-Crisis)
- Mrs. Twipp - local business reviews (Pre-Crisis)
- Wendall Walters - reporter (Pre-Crisis)
- Whit - staff member (Post-Crisis)
- The Daily Planet was also the name of a column appearing in DC Comics to advertise upcoming projects.
- Discrepancies between Earth-Two and the actual Golden Age stories caused E. Nelson Bridwell to suggest the existence of an "Alternate Earth-Two" (Earth-Two-A) which was formally canonized in The Official Crisis on Infinite Earths Index (March 1986). Strickly speaking there wasn't an Earth-Two Daily Planet.
- One of the Daily Planet's major stockholders is Bridwell Communications. Bridwell is named after DC editor, E. Nelson Bridwell.
- In the 31st century, there's a newsfeed called "Daily Planets".
- In Prime Earth has been revealed its full address for correspondences: The Daily Planet, 2525 Broadway, Metropolis, NY 10025
- Appearances of Daily Planet
- Location Gallery: Daily Planet
- Catalogued images related to Daily Planet
Links and References
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.