Lois Lane Album #128

Published
March 1979
Page count
100
Cover price
0.80 AUD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
Branding
Murray Publishers
 
Murray Publishers

Credits

Editing
, editor

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Cover, 1 page

"Superman fights for the mind of Lois Lane...A deadly battle he cannot possibly win!"

Featuring

Feature
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Art
José Luis García-López, line art [as Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez]
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, original Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Superman Family (DC, 1974 series) #189 (May-June 1978)
No title recorded
Show/hide 1. The Mutant Menace of Metropolis (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-4975

Credits

Writing
Tom DeFalco, scripter
Art
Win Mortimer, penciller
 
Bob Wiacek, inker
Text
Milt Snapinn, letterer
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, original Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Superman Family (DC, 1974 series) #188 (March-April 1978)
The Mutant Menace of Metropolis!

Synopsis

Professor Potter accidentally turns Tina Ames into a monster that Lois and The Human Cannonball must stop.

Show/hide 2. Curse of the Flame (Lois Lane) Comic story, 15 pages

Featuring

Feature
Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero
Code
D-1101
Characters
Rose and the Thorn

Credits

Writing
Cary Bates, scripter
Art
John Rosenberger, penciller
 
Vince Colletta, inker
 
Murphy Anderson, inker (Superman heads only)
Text
Milt Snapinn, letterer
Editing
Dorothy Woolfolk, original Editor
 
Jeff Rovin, original Assistant Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (DC, 1958 series) #127 (October 1972)
Curse of the Flame
Also printed
Australia
All Favourites Comic (KG Murray, 1973 series) #104 ([September 1974])
Curse of the Flame

Synopsis

Lois covers the Trans-Europa Olympics and discovers the 100 are using it as a cover to smuggle a large diamond.

Notes

Guest starring Rose and the Thorn. One page of original story removed.

Show/hide 3. The Star Who Loved Lois Lane (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Tom DeFalco, scripter
Art
Kurt Schaffenberger, penciller
 
Tex Blaisdell, inker
Text
Clem Robins, letterer
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Superman Family (DC, 1974 series) #189 (May-June 1978)
The Star Who Loved Lois Lane!
Show/hide 4. The Superman-Wonder Woman Team Part 2: Assignment: Heartbreak Part 3: The Super-Bride's Secre (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Comic story, 24 pages
Show/hide 5. The Sinister Secret of the Street-Stalker (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero
Code
J-4726

Credits

Writing
Tom DeFalco, scripter
Art
Win Mortimer, penciller
 
Vince Colletta, inker
Text
, letterer
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Superman Family (DC, 1974 series) #185 (September-October 1977)
The Sinister Secret of the Street-Stalker !
Show/hide 6. Nine Lives Has the Catwoman (Batman; Catwoman) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
Batman; Catwoman
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Bill Finger, scripter
Art
Bob Kane, penciller
 
Ray Burnley, inker
Text
Ira Schnapp, letterer
Editing
, original Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Batman (DC, 1940 series) #35 (June-July 1946)
Nine Lives has the Catwoman!
Also printed
United States
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane (DC, 1958 series) #123 (June 1972)
Nine Lives Has the Catwoman!
 
Australia
Giant Lois Lane Album (Colour Comics, 1964 series) #10 ([June 1973?])
Nine Lives Has the Catwoman

Synopsis

Catwoman arrives at the state women's prison and uses her catseye on her guard to make her escape. However, when shje returns to her digs and attempts to put her gang back together, most want no part of her since Batman always defeats her. So the Catwoman decides on a daring plan: to prove to her boys she has the nine lives of a cat and cannot be killed!

Notes

Both art credits confirmed by Jack Burnley (to Craig delich) and Bob Kane (to Joe Desris).

Show/hide 7. The Most Precious Plunder (Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane) Comic story, 9 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Tom DeFalco, scripter
Art
Win Mortimer, penciller
 
John Celardo, inker
Text
Milt Snapinn, letterer
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, original Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Superman Family (DC, 1974 series) #191 (September-October 1978)
The Most Precious Plunder

Status

AusReprints ID

  • 400

Entry created

  • 29/11/2003

Cover added

  • 09/05/2015

Index completed

  • 21/11/2003

Last updated

  • 20/08/2019