"Courtship, Kryptonian Style!": Lois and Lana try to acclimate to life in Kandor, with the former becoming a detective and the latter becoming an archaeologist. But their minds are still on Superman, and, after Vitar decides to marry an old flame of his, both of them ask Superman to get them out

Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #78 is an issue of the series Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1967.

Appearing in "Courtship, Kryptonian Style!"

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Synopsis for "Courtship, Kryptonian Style!"

Lois and Lana try to acclimate to life in Kandor, with the former becoming a detective and the latter becoming an archaeologist. But their minds are still on Superman, and, after Vitar decides to marry an old flame of his, both of them ask Superman to get them out of the bottle and back in the outer world.

Appearing in "Superman's Forbidden Room"

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  • Dan Jones (elevator operator at the Daily Planet) (Single appearance)
  • Rackets Williams (Single appearance)
  • Member (Unnamed) (Single appearance)

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  • Metropolis
    • Daily Planet
      • Perry White's Office
    • Apartment
      • Penthouse
    • Dan Jones' Apartment
    • Metropolis Tower
    • Townley Reserve (outskirts of Metropolis)
  • Mexico (Mentioned only)

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  • Wrist-Radio
  • Perry White's Safe
  • Kryptonite (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for "Superman's Forbidden Room"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #2.

A conman named Dan Jones gets a job at the Daily Planet as an elevator operator. Due to his physical resemblance to the Man of Steel, Dan convinces Lois Lane that he is in fact, Superman. He tries to manipulate Lois into stealing important evidence, but Lois quickly sees through the disguise and alerts the authorities. The police arrive and arrest Dan Jones.

Notes

  • Superman's Forbidden Room is filed as a Hall of Fame Classic.
  • In the story Superman's Forbidden Room the following changes were:
    • The picture of Lois Lane's her blouse was red while it was white in the original story.
    • Lois Lane's car was blue while it was red in the original story.
    • Dan Jones' uniform was dark green while it was grey-blue in the original story.
    • Superman's picture was in color while it had no color in the original story.
    • The gangsters suits were maroon and blue while they were blue-grey and orange in the original story.
    • Dan's apartment was orange while it was yellow-green in the original story.
    • The bust of Lois Lane was colored gold while it was white in the original story.
    • The pictures of Lois Lane were in color while they had no colors in the original story.
    • The telescope was blue-grey while it was brown in the original story.

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