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.

Quote1.png Whenever a story happens, the Planet gets it first and has it webbed and in print while the New York Times is still fishing for sources. Quote2.png
Clark Kentsrc

The Daily Planet is a daily newspaper of Metropolis.

History

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.

Residents

Pre-Crisis

Staff Members

  • Bill Stoker
  • Brad Hunter
  • Connie Hatch - puzzle editor [1]
  • Dave - crime columnist [2]
  • Freddy Jones
  • George Taylor - managing editor
  • Hobb - managing editor
  • Jack Smart - reporter
  • John Corben - reporter
  • Margaret "Meg" Tempest - reporter
  • Pete Cromwell
  • Percival "Percy" Bratten - reporter
  • Ryan Lowell - obituary editor[3]
  • Steve Bard - reporter
  • Tom Weaver
  • Mrs. Twipp - local business reviews[4]
  • Wendall Walters - reporter[5]

Post-Crisis

Owners

Staff Members

  • Allie
  • Alice White - intern
  • Bob Harley - investigative reporter
  • Bostwick - reporter
  • Briscoe - staff member
  • Cat Grant - gossip columnist
  • Clark Kent - investigative reporter
  • Ed Byrnes - former managing editor; later night time editor
  • Franklin Stern - publisher
  • Harley Quinn - love columnist[8]
  • Jack - cameraman
  • James McCullough - former city editor
  • Jamie Gillis - photographer
  • Janice Denton - features editor
  • Jennifer Owens - receptionist
  • Jimmy Olsen - photo-journalist
  • Joyce - staff member
  • Justin Moore - cub reporter
  • Kara Zor-El - intern
  • Lana Lang - Business Editor
  • Lois Lane - investigative reporter
  • Marilyn - James McCullough's secretary
  • Mark Spencer - "gofer"
  • Perry White - managing editor
  • Ron Troupe - reporter
  • Sally Winfield - Perry White's secretary
  • Schuman
  • Steve Lombard - Sports section editor
  • Vern
  • Whit - staff member

Post-Flashpoint

Owners

Staff Members

Notes

  • 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). Strictly speaking there wasn't an Earth-Two Daily Planet.


Trivia

  • 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[9]


See Also

Links and References

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.