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Wonder Woman and Superman have long seemed like they'd make a . The Batman/Wonder Woman romance is a favorite of longtime fans. Wonder Woman, The Amazing Amazon, Diana of Themyscira, Princess of . later discovered her mother's duplicity and their relationship became strained. Buying herself time by momentarily injuring Superman, Diana caught Lord in her . Superman/Wonder Woman is an American comic book series published by DC Comics. The series was published from October to May Written by Charles Soule with artwork by Tony Daniel, it explores the relationship between Superman and Wonder Woman, two of.
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Soon after, Clark and Lois learn that three Kryptonian have arrived on Earth and is threatening humanity. Clark decides to restore his powers and defeats the Kryptonians. Later, Clark finds Lois upset about knowing his secret and not being able to be open about her true feelings.
Clark kisses Lois, using his abilities to wipe her mind of her knowledge of the past few days.
On his return to Earth, not only did he find the world he left behind has changed in ways he didn't expect, but the woman he loves, Lois Lane, is a mother and is engaged to Richard White Perry White 's nephew. Lois and Richard's son, Jason White, is later revealed to be Superman's son after the child begins to show superpowers.
In Man of Steel, unlike in previous adaptations, Lois was made aware of Clark's identity as Superman very early on in the film. This was part of an effort to reinvent Superman in the modern world. Goyer insisted that Lois should know Clark's secret as Superman; because they are trying to depict Superman in a more realistic, more relatable way. Goyer said sidestepped the alter ego problem is not an issue with Lois.
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Moving forward Lois will be Clark's secret keeper and they will be involved in a real relationship. Goyer also revealed a deleted scene that was filmed but was cut from the film, where after Lois is captured by the FBI, they interrogate her and she refuses to reveal Superman's identity.
Because Lois is not the obvious choice. She's difficult, she's sophisticated, she's from the city, she's all the things that he's not. They make a really interesting couple, but a complicated couple," Deborah explained.
Deborah also stated that although Superman saves Lois physically, she saves him emotionally. And then she's finally found this one guy who can literally sweep her off her feet," Cavill said. He opens her eyes to a world she didn't know existed and she opens his eyes to the idea of what he sees as a more normal existence.
There, Lois follows Clark to the buried Kryptonian scout ship and became aware of his abilities, when Clark saved and heals her after she was attacked by a Kryptonian drone. Over the next several weeks Lois begins to search for Clark's identity, by tracking down his activities in the past few years. Lois eventually arrives in his hometown Smallville and speaks with his mother Martha Kent.
Clark and Lois meet again in the Smallville cemetery. And after revealing to Lois about his father's death, Lois decides to keep Clark's identity a secret. Clark agrees to hand himself into the government in exchange for Lois' freedom. Clark manages to defeat Zod's forces with the help of both Lois and Jor-El.
At the battle of Metropolis Clark kissed Lois before Zod arrives and attacked him. Clark ultimately ended the fight by killing Zod, when Lois arrived she consoles him. Some time afterward, Clark decides to join the Daily Planet and is introduced to Lois as a new stringerand Lois plays along with his new secret identity. Dawn of Justice Lois' connection to Superman has prompted some to use her against the Kryptonian hero, with Lex Luthor initiating his plan against Superman by arranging for Lois to be abducted by insurgents and threatened so that Superman's intervention would create a potential international incident.
At the end of the film, after Superman's death, Martha gives Lois an engagement ring which Clark originally planned to give her. On what role does Lois Lane fulfill for Superman, Cavill stated that: Batman and his allies decide to use the Mother Box to resurrect Superman to help them fight off Steppenwolf and his Parademon army but also to restore hope to mankind.
Superman is successfully resurrected, however, his memories have not returned and attacks the league. Lois becomes Batman's secret contingency plan and helps calm Superman down.
Clark leaves with Lois to his family home in Smallville where he tries to recover his memories. Clark and Lois reaffirm their love for each other before Superman join the battle against Steppenwolf.
Television series[ edit ] Adventures of Superman[ edit ] Adventures of Superman was an American television series in the s. The show is the first live-action television series to feature the comic book character Superman and began filming in California in Sponsored by cereal manufacturer Kellogg'sthe series ran from September to April The series follows Superman as he battles crooks, gangsters, and other villains in the city of Metropolis while masquerading as the Daily Planet reporter Clark Kent.
Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen, Clark's colleagues at the office, often find themselves in dangerous situations which can only be resolved with Superman's timely intervention. The New Adventures of Superman. The New Adventures of Superman was a live-action television series in the s and is based on the comic book character Superman. The show loosely followed John Byrne's six-issue comic book series, The Man of Steelwhich significantly rewrote Superman's origin, with Clark Kent as the true personality and Superman a disguise.
The main characteristic of this series is that it gave special focus on the relationship between Clark and Lois. When they investigate the craft, they discover the baby Kal-El and decide to raise him as their own, naming him Clark Jerome Kent.
There, he is partnered with Lois Lane, who at first considers him little more than a pest. Eventually, the two fall in love and marry, after a turbulent courtship: The series began with a teenage Clark Kent Tom Welling learning to balance the demands of his powers with his desire to lead a normal life. It shows Clark's reluctance to accept his Kryptonian heritage, his responsibility for his abilities, his longing desire to be normal and his constant fear of people discovering his secret.
In the series, Clark's affection began with Lana Lang, his childhood crush in the comics. Clark and Lois first developed a friendship and in later seasons a romantic interaction; with Clark gradually starts to fall in love with Lois and realize that she is the one for him, and eventually revealing his alien origin to her. You can't do a dream sequence with her and Clark or any of that sneaky stuff. Throughout the series, the show foreshadowed Clark and Lois' future romances, which was woven throughout their interactions from the moment Lois was introduced to the series.
Including Lois revealing that a fortune teller once told her that she was destined to fall for a guy who flies a lot and likes to wear tights, or saying she prefers geeks in glasses. And numerous other hints and comments made by Clark or Lois, and other characters on the show. In season 4, at the end of the episode "Lucy," after Clark and Lois admit for the first time that they have become friends, two stars collide, referring to Clark and Lois as coming together.
In season 5, series producer Darren Swimmer describes the relationship between Clark and Lois in the fifth season as "a bit of a melting of the ice. Erica Durance feels that in season five it is not yet clear if either character realizes the attraction, but the joking between the two characters represents a foreshadowing of a greater relationship.
Durance sees season five as being too soon for the characters to be "in-love" because they are still getting to know each other. Erica Durance described the relationship between Clark and Lois in season six as something neither character wanted to put an official label on. The pair has learned to deal with each other's "quirks," but there are still moments that both feel uncomfortable with. Durance believes that Clark and Lois are satisfied with identifying with a "brother-sister friendship" label, rather than trying to discover how they both truly feel about each other.
Writer Brian Peterson describes Lois' relationship with Oliver Queen in season six as a precursor to her future relationship with Clark. Peterson sees the dynamic between Lois and Oliver—with Lois willingness to accept Oliver's secret identity as Green Arrow —mirroring the relationship Lois will have with Clark. However, Lois was unaware that she was kissing Clark, as he was disguising himself as Green Arrow Oliver, Lois' boyfriend at the time.
In the episode "Crimson," Clark is infected by Red Kryptonite which in the series removes his inhibitions. Clark's action, behavior and his conversation with his mother, shows that he was attracted to Lois at some level. In season 7, Clark and Lois made a huge progression in their relationship. In the episode "Siren" Lois after breaking up with Oliver Queen in a very emotionally vulnerable state told Clark that she knows what it's like to love someone who has a destiny greater than her own.
In the episode "Apocalypse" which heavily underlines the Superman mythos Jor-El sent Clark to an alternate reality where Clark never came to Earth. And Lois meeting Clark Kent for the first time at the Daily Planet, and the two character have an instant attraction to each other. And Clark exposing his powers to save Lois' life and working with her to stop President Lex Luthor 's plans for world domination. In season 8, Clark and Lois took another crucial step towards their relationship, with Clark start to work at the Daily Planet working alongside Lois.
The writers for the series stated that in season eight, Lois finds out about her true feelings towards Clark.
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Erica Durance describes season eight as a lesson in duality, with Clark realizing that he has to be two different people if he wants to have a life and save the day. Durance believes that the same applies to Lois. Durance explains, "[Lois has] got her confidence as a journalist and on the inside, she's going oh my god I'm truly in love with [Clark], more in love than I've ever been with anyone.
When Lois broke Maxima's spell over Clark, Maxima confronts Lois; saying that Clark's attraction to Lois and the bond between them was the only way that Clark was able to resist her spell.
In the episode "Committed," Lois was put under a lie detector test by a serial killer and admitted that she was in love with Clark. In the episode "Bride," the two shared many moments of attraction towards each other and almost sharing a kiss, but was interrupted by the return of Lana.
At the end of the season, Lois was sent to the future. Clark believing Lois was killed in Doomsday's attack on the city this and the death of Jimmy Olsen leads him to leave behind his human identity and fully embrace only his Kryptonian side. In season 9, Lois returns to the present in the episode "Savior" but has lost her memory of when and where she has been. Lois' reappearance breaks Clark's self-imposed exile, prompting him to return to the Daily Planet.
Soon, the two were seen flirting much more.
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In the first nine episodes, Lois is seen having dreams and visions of the future, which includes her and Clark making love. In the episode "Crossfire," Clark finally shows his true feeling for Lois and kissed her, which Lois reciprocated in the episode "Idol.Superman/Wonder Woman Annual #2
At the end of the episode, Clark and Lois decide to become an official couple. Throughout the rest of season nine, the two took slow steps in their relationship because both want this relationship to be the one they "got right. It is made clear in the season ten premiere episode "Lazarus" Clark doesn't realize that Lois knows his secret.
In season 10, several new milestones occurred in their relationship: In the episode "Ambush," it is implied that Clark asked Sam Lane Lois' father for her hand in marriage. Clark reveals the engagement ring in the episode "Abandoned" and proposed to Lois in the episode "Icarus," which Lois happily accepts. Over the course of the season, the two grow closer than ever, learning to rely on each other and help each other through challenges both normal and super.
Their wedding ceremony occurred in the series finale, only to be interrupted by the coming of Darkseid and his planet Apokolips. Clark defeated the evil entity and saved the world, and finally becomes Superman.
A flash forward to the future depicts Clark and Lois working as reporters seven years later at the Daily Planet, and still trying to find the right time to get married. Animations[ edit ] Fleischer Superman cartoons[ edit ] The first animated appearance of Superman was in a series of animated short films released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Fleischer Studios originally produced the first nine cartoons from tobefore being taken over by Famous Studios who produced eight more cartoons from to The first cartoon in the series, Supermanwas nominated for an Academy Award in and was voted 33 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time.
In the series, already accustomed to a world filled with madmen, Superman's heroics in Metropolis do not impress Lois initially, and her professional rivalry with his alter-ego Clark Kent isn't any better. Lois is severely territorial over her stories and constantly teases Clark by calling him "Smallville" a line adapted in the comics and the Smallville television series.
Following a trip to an alternate universe in "Brave New Metropolis," Lois is surprised and dismayed to find Superman has sold out to Lex Luthor after her alternate self-was killed, finally beginning to realize she meant much more to Superman.
After this version of Superman saved the world from Lex Luthor's dominion, Lois kissed him before returning to her own reality, becoming much closer to Superman afterward, aware of how delicate his feelings are.
Lois also became more affectionate to Clark as the series progressed, confiding in him as a friend, though their rivalry at times became more heated on a personal basis because of this.
Lois actually considers moving to Gotham Citymuch to Clark's dismay. In "The Late Mr. Kent," Clark is forced to fake his death in order to sniff out an assassin who has targeted his alter-ego.