1950s: ‘Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane’ Comic Covers Chris October 12, 2011 1950-1959, Magazines & comics 5 CommentsFavourited 1608 times Add to favourites Images from Cover Art via Gamma Squad 5 Responses Richard Wills March 24, 2012 WOW!!! I thought that Alexandra Erin’s “Star Harbor” and the fanfics on Literotica, achieved new levels of absurdity and re-imagineering. But this set of Lois Lane comics proves that the old writers could be as clever and snarky and obscene as today’s authors! Reply Phil April 4, 2012 Many of these stories were done backwards. Editor Mort Wiesenger would have the covers drawn first then give it to the writer to do the story. There’s something to be said for that. Also you many notice one thing silver age comics do that modern comics don’t. They capture your imagination quickly. The bright primary colors and clearly drawn characters let you see what the story is about without having to read the words. Reply mg June 22, 2012 soooo tacky Reply ROCKYDOG December 12, 2012 I’M IN BULK. ReplyReport user jonathan_reiter December 14, 2012 That was also the time when Lois Lane and Lana Lang came off as not too good as female characters… ReplyReport user Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.