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Created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, she first appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 1938).
Lois is an award-winning journalist for the Metropolis newspaper, the Daily Planet, and the love interest of the superhero Superman.
Joe Shuster based Lois' physical appearance on a model name Joanne Carter.
Prior to the modeling sessions, Carter placed an ad in the Cleveland Plain Dealer in the Situation Wanted column, advertising herself as a model.
One of the major influence on Lois' characterization was actress Glenda Farrell and her portrayal of the fictional reporter Torchy Blane in a series of Warner Bros. The Torchy Blane movies were popular second features during the later 1930s.
On the conception of Lois Lane, Siegel stated in the 1988 Time magazine: My wife Joanne was Joe's original art model for Superman's girlfriend Lois Lane back in the 1930s.
Numerous actresses have voiced Lois in animation adaptations including Joan Alexander in the Fleischer Superman cartoons and Dana Delany in Superman: The Animated Series, among others.Not only will the show incorporate effects make-up, it will include a wide range of skill sets including prosthetics, 3-D design, sculpting, eye enhancers, casting and molding.Each episode involves incredible reveals of the competitors' finished work, and the drama of one contestant being sent home by the panel of expert and celebrity judges.I used to model for him every Saturday until he had enough drawings.He made so many stock drawings that it got to a point where he didn't need any more. People get the word model confused: there's the model that's an inspiration and the model that poses.