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. Read more
Clark and Lois finally get married in the episode "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding." Their marriage on the television series was timed to coincide with the release of the comic book special Superman: The Wedding Album, which depicts the couple's wedding in DC Comics.
In all that time, Superman's love for his wife Lois Lane never wavered. While Lois has always been the most famous of the Man of Steel's romances, she's hardly the only love interest he's ever had. Join us now as we take a look back at a few of Superman's prominent girlfriends.
Yes, he did, and being a loving husband, he probably went down on her, too, because contrary to what the puritanical censors at DC and WB want you to believe, heroes DO do that!
There is a flicker of hope in Wonder Woman's heart when an alternate reality Superman arrives. But he is not the same Clark Kent. He's the Clark Kent that loves and marries Lois Lane. He is a stranger to Wonder Woman.
Superman and Wonder Woman will have a son called Hunter Prince. DC unveiled the first look at the strapping chap and his parents' genes have not been wasted. Tall and powerfully built, he has his parents' dark complexions and manh of their most iconic costume features.
Steve Trevor is a trusted friend, love interest, and partner who introduces Diana (Wonder Woman) to "Man's World", and has served as Wonder Woman's United Nations liaison.
Lana Lang is typically regarded as Clark Kent's greatest love before Lois Lane; however, to us die-hard Smallville fans, Lana and Clark have always been our OTP. Clark had to go through four seasons of Smallville just to finally sleep with Lana in Season Five.
The series ends by moving seven years into the future, where Clark and Lois are finally getting married, and Clark has embraced his new identity as "Superman".
19/20 years old. A year older than Clark who was 18/19 when he was a senior in high school. A later episode shows Lois winning a drinking game of which had to make her almost 21.
Daily Planet photographer Jimmy Olsen is Superman's best pal, and his courage and bravery in the face of danger make him a hero in his own right.
Lana Lang is a fictional character on the television series Smallville. She has been a series regular since the pilot episode, and has been played continuously by Kristin Kreuk, with two other actresses having portrayed Lana Lang as a child and as an elderly woman.
As part of DC Comics' companywide reboot, Superman will commence living an exciting life of super-bachelorhood in September, while Lois will be seeing a co-worker, thus perpetuating the unlikely stereotype that journalists have active dating lives. Keep in mind: Superman and Lois Lane aren't getting divorced, per se.
Lois has appeared in various media adaptations and is among the best-known female comic book characters. Actress Noel Neill first portrayed Lois Lane in the 1940s Superman film series and later reprised her role in the 1950s television series Adventures of Superman, replacing Phyllis Coates from season two.
Throughout seasons four, five, six and seven, Lois's relationship with Clark Kent is depicted more as a brother/sister relationship, with the two characters often butting heads. By season eight, Lois begins to realize that she is falling in love with Clark, and by season nine the two become an official couple.
Lois and Clark finally get married by a guardian angel named Mike (David Doyle). Note: The initial broadcast of this episode coincides with the publication of the comic book Superman: The Wedding Album, wherein Superman/Clark Kent finally marries Lois Lane — 58 years after the characters' debut in Action Comics #1.
Episode nos. "Finale" is the title of the two-episode series finale of the superhero television series Smallville.
In this episode, Clark and Lana lose their virginity to candles and Coldplay.
After years of attempts to uncover Superman's secret identity (not to mention many “imaginary stories” where she managed it), the first “official” time that Lois discovered who Superman really was came as part of the characters' 40th anniversary celebrations, with the “Earth-2” versions of the character — the originals ...
The “One Chris Pine to rule them all” mentality continues unabated in Wonder Woman 1984, during which we learn Gal Gadot's Diana Prince/Wonder Woman has spent decades mourning the loss of her first, and only, boyfriend, WWI pilot Steve Trevor (played by Chris Pine, a man whose affection for dressing like a bowl of ...
Wonder Woman was set in the 1940s and was therefore more expensive to produce than a series set in the present day. CBS picked up the show in 1977 and retooled it, setting it in the present day. ... CBS ultimately cancel this series in 1979 due to low ratings and a lack of new cast members.