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Via: Chlark & Everything Else
This month marks 75 years since Action Comics #1 landed on the newsstand. In that issue Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel introduced the world to one of the most important women in comics - Lois Lane (Superman made his debut in that issue, too). To mark this anniversary I’m chatting with some of her creators to get their thoughts on the character and her place in comic history. You can see the previous pieces here. Today I speak with Bryan Q. Miller who has written Lois for both TV and comics. Miller was a write and executive story editor on the Smallville TV show and last year launched the digital only (and now print and traded) comic Smallville Season 11.
So Bryan, what’s your first memory of Lois Lane?Richard Donner. Superman: the Movie. Margot Kidder. The cigarette smoking at the typewriter. And how nervous she made Clark, who we had seen be and do the Incredible for about twenty-five minutes prior.