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|“||A lot of people talk about the end of the world... but no one really believes it will happen. Surprise. As I look out over the city, I see that very finale moving towards me... a blank of whiteness, enveloping buildings, streets, people... leaving nothing in its wake but the horror of total absence. It's getting closer, almost here. I-I don't know if... I-I'll try to keep... Clark. ...I love you.||„|
|~ Lois Lane to Clark Kent|
Lois Lane is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics. Lois is an award-winning journalist for the Metropolis newspaper the Daily Planet and the primary love interest of the superhero Superman and his alter-ego, Clark Kent. In DC continuity, she is also his wife and the mother of their son, Jon Kent, the current Superboy in the DC Universe.
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- Lois is a main character in the Justice League/Teen Titans Animated Universe, voiced by Dana Delany. Presented as Superman's wife and top journalist at Daily Planet, this version is also the Justice League's liaison and informant. She also has a good relationship with Caitlin Fairchild, who was assigned by Steve Trevor to be her personal bodyguard, and Superman's young trainee Terra.
- In Justice League/Teen Titans: Ultimate All-Stars, she is revealed to be a superheroine herself on the name of Eagle Queen, a half-human, half-Thanagarian amazon who has been unavailable for 10 years after a war between Thanagar and Apokolips. She eventually retains her alterego after Hawkman and Hawkgirl are demanded by their superiors to leave the Justice League and return to Thanagar. Along with adding golden wings in her back, Lois also conceals her Eagle Queen identity by changing her hair color from black to brown, and her eye color from blue to green.
- Lois appears in Comic Con Incorporated. A roomer in the fictional titular hotel alongside Superman and their children, as well as Terra, she also has friendly encounters with other female characters, such as Mary Jane Watson.
- Lois appears in Justice League: Battle for the Multiverse, voiced by Rebecca Romijn.
- Lois is a non-playable character in Marvel/DC Heroes Unite!, voiced by Jennifer Hale.
- Lois appears in DC: Unlimited Rebirth, voiced by Laura Bailey. This version is a member of the Justice League under the identity of Swamp Angel, the current host of the Green (similar to Alec Holland/Swamp Thing) and a superhuman capable of controlling plant-life at will.
- Lois appears in DC Academy, voiced by Tara Strong. In the show, she shares stories around the school and shares information to the students about criminal activity.
- Lois is a non-playable supporting character in DC vs. Sega, voiced by Marisha Ray.
- Lois appears in DC Friends, voiced by Alyson Hannigan.
- Lois appears in Superman's arc within DC Underground.