This gives Lois super powers after she reaches her adopted world. Her costume seems to be exactly the same as that of the Anti-Matter Universe's Superwoman, but in Superman's colors. This page was last edited on 2 October , at This disguise resembles Wonder Woman's secret identity of Diana Prince. He discovers that Earth's sun will go nova and obliterate the solar system.
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Made from a single layer of soft faux leather look silver vinyl. These are not hard, they are soft. The first appearance of "Superwoman" in a DC comic is a story in Action Comics 60  by Jerry Siegel and George Roussos ,  where Lois Lane dreams that she has gained superpowers from a blood transfusion from Superman and launches a career as Superwoman.
The theme is revisited in a Superman  comic in which a pair of fraudulent magicians cast a "spell" on Lane, making her believe she has superpowers. Superman is forced to play along with the ruse for a time, using super-speed to invisibly intervene in Lane's adventures, supporting the illusion. She briefly sports a costume modeled on Superman's before the spell is "broken".
A story from Action Comics has Lois actually gaining superpowers from one of Lex Luthor 's inventions and launching a short-lived career as "Superwoman. Later stories sporadically feature tales in which Lois gains superpowers and functioned as a "Superwoman" of sorts, but all of these are, like the tale, temporary.
The powers always wear off by the end of the story. A typical example of this is "The Turnabout Powers" from Superman Family ,  where the Earth-Two Lois Lane gains powers from her husband the Earth-Two Superman through the unexpected effect of an exotic extraterrestrial plant Superman brings into their home. The plant's death reverses the effect. World's Finest mini-series where Mr. Mxyzptlk briefly transforms Lois into a "Superwoman" with costume and powers.
At the end of All-Star Superman 2,  Lois Lane is presented with a formula called "Exo-Genes" created by Superman that allows her to have his powers for 24 hours, and she became Superwoman. During her adventures with her new Kryptonian powers,  she is wooed by two superhumans named " Samson " and " Atlas ", and she is captured by a time-Ultrasphinx. Her powers fade away at the end of the day. Her costume seems to be exactly the same as that of the Anti-Matter Universe's Superwoman, but in Superman's colors.
Both outfits were designed by Frank Quitely. In other pre-Crisis imaginary stories—set outside the main DC continuity within an alternate history or hypothetical future—Lois Lane gains superpowers. In one of these, Sam Lane is a scientist and astrophysicist. He discovers that Earth's sun will go nova and obliterate the solar system. Sam and his wife Ella place their infant daughter Lois in a starship and send her to Krypton within a "power beam" that enables FTL travel and permanently modifies the baby's molecular biology.
This gives Lois super powers after she reaches her adopted world. Once there, adopted and raised as "Kandi Khan," Lois becomes a zookeeper's daughter in Kryptonville. Like Superman in the mainstream DC continuity, Supermaid was also vulnerable to fragments of her perished homeworld "Earthite", in this version of events.
Another imaginary story has Clark Kent and Lois exchange places so that she is from Krypton and Kent is an ordinary human, inquisitive about whether or not Lois Lane was Krypton Girl's secret identity.
The series marks the first ongoing comic book series featuring the Superwoman character. In this new timeline, Lois and Lana gained superpowers due to the solar energy explosion caused by the death of the New 52 Superman. This results in both Lois and Lana becoming Superwoman with Lois possessing all of Superman's powers, while Lana has the ability to absorb solar energy and release it in other forms.
Lois was later seemingly killed, in a similar fashion to the New 52 Superman, while fighting a female Bizzaro. A woman from the distant planet of Staryl, Luma Lynai wins the heart of Superman. Just as Superman derives his powers from a yellow sun, Luma derived her gifts of super-strength and flight from an orange sun. Their romance does not last, as Luma becomes deathly ill under the rays of a yellow sun, and Superman cannot leave Earth undefended.
She physically resembles an adult Kara Zor-El , with a similar costume, except instead of being blue-and-red with a pentagonal S shield, Luma's costume is white-and-green with a circular S emblem. Superwoman is the name of several fictional characters , who are supervillains appearing in stories published by DC Comics.
All are evil or corrupted alternate-universe counterparts of Wonder Woman. In , an evil counterpart of Wonder Woman from a parallel universe named "Superwoman" was introduced. This Superwoman was a member of the Crime Syndicate of America , a villainous counterpart of the Justice League of America from the parallel world of " Earth-Three " vs.
Superwoman, like Wonder Woman, was an Amazon , and possessed similar powers of super-strength and flight. The Crime Syndicate first came to Earth-One when they felt they were becoming too soft as they were receiving no real challenge to their powers and Ultraman discovered Earth-One after gaining the power to gaze between worlds after exposure to a hunk of Kryptonite.
Wonder Woman defeated Superwoman on Earth-1, Black Canary defeated her on Earth-2 and tied her up in her lasso, but like the other JSA members was transported to Earth-3 when she says she won due to a vibratory force Power Ring had placed in their bodies, and in the showdown on Earth-2 Superwoman was defeated again by Wonder Woman making her grasp both lassos, meaning she could not control them and was knocked out by her foe. They tried to get him, but he revealed he had made sure he and his Time Machine would vibrate at a different speed to them, meaning they could not touch him.
They helped him change history and conquer Earth-2 by stealing nuclear missiles from the Cuban Missile Crisis of Earth Prime , and when the Syndicate betrays him they are sent to of Earth-1, as he had made sure this would happen when they touched him. They materialized on the JLA's satellite headquarters and defeated the heroes. They helped him again when the JLA tried to restore history, though were planning to betray him.
When Degaton was defeated this timeline was erased and the Syndicate was re-imprisoned. It must be noted that in the Pre- Crisis DCU any Amazon seen without her nonremovable indestructible bracelets was in fact driven mad. Superwoman was never seen with bracelets and this was part of her look to show she was, in fact, an evil aging Amazon she also had a streak of grey hair.
On the original Pre-Crisis Earth-Three, Superwoman and Lois Lane are two separate people, with Lois working as a reporter for the Daily Star just like Earth-Two and even having a short-lived romance with Captain Comet when he came to her universe while chasing the Secret Society of Super-Villains across multiple realities. During the Convergence storyline, Superwoman was on death row after an accidental death happened to the Earth-Three version of Bruno Mannheim during the attack on Earth-Three's Metropolis.
Due to the Rogue Hunter's interference, the Crime Syndicate failed to rescue Superwoman from death row as the electric chair was activated. Earth 2 by Grant Morrison , Superwoman and the rest of the Crime Syndicate comes from a parallel world similar to Earth, but located in an antimatter universe also home to the planet Qward.
Superwoman continues to make occasional appearances as a member of the Crime Syndicate, most recently appearing in storylines in the Justice League and Superman comics. Unlike her pre- Crisis counterpart, her magic lasso doesn't change shape but releases the inhibitions of anyone tied to it just as Wonder women compels victims, to tell the truth. Bizarrely she also possesses heat vision , as Superman and Ultraman do, although there is no explanation for this.
Taking the alias Lois Lane, Superwoman is an Amazon by birth, and has risen through the ranks to become the chief editor of the Daily Planet in what she calls "Patriarch's World". This disguise resembles Wonder Woman's secret identity of Diana Prince. At the Planet , Superwoman is shown to upset her colleagues; the antimatter- Cat Grant refers to Superwoman as "Queen Bitch",  and negatively alludes to her "friendship" with the antimatter Jimmy Olsen.
In her later appearances, it is stated that prior to taking on Lois Lane's identity, Superwoman was born on Damnation Island, presumably the Antimatter counterpart to Themyscira or "Paradise Island". It is mentioned that she had murdered all of her fellow Amazons, and upon meeting Donna Troy , she becomes ecstatic over the prospect of being able to murder another one of her kind for the first time in years.
Jimmy Olsen is the only civilian who knows of Superwoman's secret identity. A compliant sexual deviant, he does what she tells him in exchange for the favor of watching when she changes her outfit and receiving pieces of it for his "disguise kit". He is so besotted that he ignores her gibes and insults, even when she tauntingly refers to him as, " Superwoman's Snitch, Jimmy Olsen ," and prints it in the Planet.
Also in the Earth 2 story, her lover Ultraman hates Superwoman's frigidity towards him. Meanwhile, she is carrying on a torrid affair with Owlman , and they sneak trysts whenever they feel Ultraman is not watching. However, from his floating fortress the antimatter counterpart to the Fortress of Solitude , Ultraman doesn't hesitate to fire warning bursts of heat vision towards them whenever he catches them together. In 52 Week 52, a recreation of Earth-3 was shown as a part of the new Multiverse.
In the depiction were characters that are altered versions of the original Justice Society of America , including Wonder Woman. The character is not identified in 52 ,  but later in Countdown to Final Crisis , which identifies her as Superwoman of the "Crime Society of America", on an alternative world which is a reversed version of Earth Based on comments by Grant Morrison , this alternate universe is not the pre-Crisis Earth-Three, making this a new character unrelated to previous versions.
Like the antimatter iteration of the character, she is indeed both a Lois Lane and Wonder Woman counterpart, despite possessing Kryptonian abilities such as heat vision. In Countdown , she is recruited into the Monarch's army but has her eyes gouged out by Red Robin Jason Todd of New Earth, who may or may not have been carrying Kryptonite.
Beginning in comics, Superwoman, once again the alternate version of both Lois Lane and Wonder Woman , is one of the members of the Crime Syndicate to arrive from Earth-3 at the conclusion of the " Trinity War " event.
During the Crime Syndicate's broadcast, Superwoman reveals Nightwing's identity on the broadcast  While Grid looks over the biographies of the other Syndicate members, he finds that while data on the other members are there, Superwoman's were deleted, leaving her true past and identity still a total mystery. She is also pregnant, and engaging in affairs with both Owlman and Ultraman.
She betrays Ultraman, revealing she and Luthor are carrying a child who is prophesied to bring an end to the world. After Mazahs is killed by the Luthor of the main universe, Superwoman is placed in captivity. Immune to Wonder Woman's lasso of truth, Wonder Woman attempts traditional interrogation of her counterpart about the entity that destroyed their world, but Superwoman does not reveal any information. Just then, she ends up announcing " The baby.
During the Darkseid War storyline, Superwoman is freed from A.
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