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Revision as of 19:18, January 11, 2016

Appearing in "The Day Superman Married Lana Lang!"Edit

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    Appearing in "Lois Lane's Childhood"Edit

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Synopsis for "Lois Lane's Childhood"Edit

Baby Lois Lane’s life is endangered on a picnic by a rattlesnake, but one of Kal-El’s toys, accidentally placed in one of Jor-El’s rockets which chances to land nearby, scares it away and saves her.

Appearing in "The Mad Woman of Metropolis"Edit

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  • Killer Meigs (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Mad Woman of Metropolis"Edit

In revenge for her capturing him last year, “Killer” Meigs puts into action a plan to drive Lois Lane insane.

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  • The Day Superman Married Lana Lang! is one of DC's series of stories set outside of regular continuity, and is considered an Imaginary Story.
  • Many years later, in Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths (2006), it was revealed that this story is not imaginary, and actually happened -- on Earth-Twenty-Six.


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See Also



  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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