Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961 Comic Book

vintage comic book

Lois Lane and guest stars Aquaman, Batman and Green Arrow.

Era: Silver Age Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961

Condition as per photograph.

The series Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane became one of DC's most popular titles, the third best-selling comic in 1962 and 1965.The title featured the first appearance of the Silver Age Catwoman, after an absence from the comics for over a decade.

While Lois suspicious of Superman's secret identity as early as Superman #7 (1940), her suspicions grew during the early Silver Age, with many stories in her series focusing on her attempts to prove Superman and Clark Kent were one and the same. Stories showed Superman using various means to protect his secret identity from Lois, including his Superman robots or Batman disguising himself as Clark/Superman.

By the end of the 1960s, as attitudes toward women's role in American society changed, Lois' character changed as well. In Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #80 (Jan. 1968), the character's fashions were updated to a then more contemporary look. Stories in the 1970s depicted Lois as fully capable and less reliant on Superman. She engaged in more adventures without Superman being involved and was much less interested in discovering Superman's secret identity.

Supplied in pro plastic bag and will be posted in a hard envelope to ensure it arrives with you the way it let us.

We have priced our comic books based upon a fair estimation of its condition and the market price as detailed through Comic Book Realm. We are not professional comic book graders.

Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961 Comic Book

$312.00
vintage comic book
Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961 Comic Book

Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961 Comic Book

$312.00
vintage comic book
$312.00

Lois Lane and guest stars Aquaman, Batman and Green Arrow.

Era: Silver Age Lois Lane #29 Nov 1961

Condition as per photograph.

The series Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane became one of DC's most popular titles, the third best-selling comic in 1962 and 1965.The title featured the first appearance of the Silver Age Catwoman, after an absence from the comics for over a decade.

While Lois suspicious of Superman's secret identity as early as Superman #7 (1940), her suspicions grew during the early Silver Age, with many stories in her series focusing on her attempts to prove Superman and Clark Kent were one and the same. Stories showed Superman using various means to protect his secret identity from Lois, including his Superman robots or Batman disguising himself as Clark/Superman.

By the end of the 1960s, as attitudes toward women's role in American society changed, Lois' character changed as well. In Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #80 (Jan. 1968), the character's fashions were updated to a then more contemporary look. Stories in the 1970s depicted Lois as fully capable and less reliant on Superman. She engaged in more adventures without Superman being involved and was much less interested in discovering Superman's secret identity.

Supplied in pro plastic bag and will be posted in a hard envelope to ensure it arrives with you the way it let us.

We have priced our comic books based upon a fair estimation of its condition and the market price as detailed through Comic Book Realm. We are not professional comic book graders.