Honestly, while I would normally agree that the feminism we see most of today is this useless sort of PC Facebook activism that is more concerned with posting snarky memes to an audience that already agrees with the opinion and being outraged on Tumblr, Lois Lane was an important character, and, frankly, a more interesting one than Superman, who is boring. Lois was a competent career woman portrayed as scooping Clark Kent and being his competitor (and often his better) in the 1930s, when women had only been allowed to vote for ten years. That's pretty damn progressive for that time, and she has remained a well known and popular character since then. Is she used well be DC? That's another story, but I think the fact that Lois isn't used as a character that can carry her own book has more to do with DC's inability to produce anything but mediocre superhero comics than it does her merit. I would read and enjoy a mature book about Lois as a reporter that stayed away from Superman and dealt with her doing what she's famous for, reporting. Reporter stories have a pulp tradition similar to detective stories, though not as well known today. Hell, I'd love to read a pulpy Lois Lane book set in the 30s. Make this shit happen, DC.
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