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This article is about Lois Lane (G1). For the generation two version, see Lois Lane (G2).

Lois Lane is a a recurring character in the first generation of the DC Super Hero Girls franchise. She is a news reporter in Metropolis.

Appearance

Lois Lane is a young woman with pale white skin and has light blue eyes. She also has long dark blackish blue hair that is tied up in a ponytail and she wears a dark red blazer with a white t-shirt underneath with her handbag over her shoulder. She also has a pencil tucked behind her ear.

Cartoon

Alexis G. Zall voices her in the English version of the cartoon while Grey Delisle Griffin took over the role in the LEGO films.

Season one

In Hero of the Month: Bumblebee, Lois Lane reports on Bumblebee saving a woman and a baby from the roof of a burning building in Bumblebee's Hero of the Month VT.[1]

Season two

In Quinntessential Harley, Lois Lane reports on the hot new Harley Quinn trend at Capes & Cowls Café, drinking a Harley-inspired Skooly Quinn, which explodes in her face. She subsequently reports on the growth of the fad into HarleyCon. After the fad ends, she reports that the Harley Fever has ended and Metropolis has mostly returned to normal. In Ring of Mire, she thanks Star Sapphire after she talks to the camera during a news report as she picks up trash at the park alongside other students.

In the film Hero of the Year, she makes several appearance reporting on Super Hero High School's Hero of the Year ceremony, interviewing the nominees for the award, attempting to report on the suspicious activity on the amethyst before being pushed back into the elevator by Principal Waller. The next day, she reports on the recent supervillain activity inside the school before Vice Principal Grodd questions if she is really a supervillain in disguise, prompting her to ask him several questions, to which he acknowledges she is real and walks away, as she continues to ask him questions, having previously mentioned that he denied her interview requests several times. Later, she appears in a newscast in Capes & Cowls interviewing Cyborg during the Hero of the Year preshow. Later, while covering the beginning of the ceremony, Harley yodels into her microphone before Dark Opal and Eclipso appear and attack the school. While hiding from the battle, she notices that their shadow minions are afraid of the spotlights and uses one to help Poison Ivy defeat a shadow. She later eats at the party at Jonathan and Martha Kent's farmhouse where Bumblebee wins the Hero of the Year award.

Season three

In the film Intergalactic Games, Lois Lane makes a cameo appearance reporting on the titular event before being pushed offscreen by Harley Quinn who takes over her broadcast as the "Harley Quinn Show".

Season four

In Ring Me Maybe Part 1, Lois Lane reports on Hal Jordan's going-away party with her camerawoman Jessica at Capes & Cowls, and interviews Hal, who tells her that a new Green Lantern will replace him after he leaves Earth to complete his training on Oa. When Solomon Grundy enters the Café to seek revenge on Hal for defeating him earlier, she tells Jessica to record the fight. After Grundy is defeated by Hal's friends at the party, she continues the broadcast. In Ring Me Maybe Part 2, she attempts to conclude her report as Grundy is arrested when Sinestro arrives, prompting her to continue it and order Jessica to get closer to the battle between the Hal's friends and Sinestro. After Wonder Woman, the Flash and Starfire are all defeated and captured by Sinestro, she, hiding in an alley, tells Jessica to get closer with her, only for her to run away. In Ring Me Maybe Part 4, after Jessica becomes the new Green Lantern and defeats Sinestro, with Batgirl rescuing her friends, Lois appears running through the streets trying to call her to tell her that the new Green Lantern has appeared. When she sees Jessica as the new Green Lantern, she drops her phone, surprised.

Depiction in LEGO Media

Brain Drain

Lois reports on the brainwashed Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl causing mayhem and mischief.

Books

Finals Crisis

In Finals Crisis, Lois Lane interviews Bumblebee after she defeats Killer Croc at Capes & Cowls Café, asking her how it feels to single handedly defeat him. She responds by saying that she still feels hungry as she did upon arriving at the Café. Later in the day, Giganta goes on a rampage after accidentally taking Lois' beverage order at Capes & Cowls. Lois reports on the ensuing battle between Giganta and Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl and Lady Shiva, who eventually pursue her to the park and defeat her. After the battle, she runs to the park to meet up with the heroes along with Steve Trevor and Commissioner Gordon. The next day, she contacts Batgirl on her wrist communicator to show her Lex Luthor's broadcast featuring Batgirl and her classmates defeating him, finding it online while searching for leads. Batgirl and her friends use the video to pass Semester Finals. [2]

Summer Olympus

In Summer Olympus, Lois Lane makes a cameo appearance reporting from Centennial Park on skirmishes that have broken across the city after seeing Star Sapphire attack Green Lantern after Strife casts a spell on them. Strife then casts a spell on her, causing her to rage against the heroes from Super Hero High for "partying on their summer vacations" while the city suffers.

Out of the Bottle

In Out of the Bottle, Lois Lane makes a cameo appearance in Katana's comics project for art class, reporting live on the "Trendies", which she introduces as Metropolis' biggest fashion award show and notices as the Mad Hatter runs by with a bag of stolen hats.

Gallery

References

v - e - d Generation 1 Characters
Main Characters Wonder Woman | Batgirl | Harley Quinn | Supergirl | Bumblebee | Poison Ivy | Katana
Super Hero High Students Cheetah | Beast Boy | Hawkgirl | Cyborg | Hal Jordan | Starfire | Catwoman | Miss Martian | Star Sapphire | Frost | Big Barda | Lady Shiva | Jessica Cruz | Raven | Mera | Thunder | Lightning | The Riddler | Jinx
Super Hero High Faculty Principal Waller | Vice Principal Grodd | Crazy Quilt | Professor Etrigan | Mr. Fox | Red Tornado | Coach Wildcat | Commissioner Gordon | Liberty Belle | Parasite | Miss Moone | Will Magnus
Adults Lois Lane | Jonathan Kent | Martha Kent | Hippolyta | Carl Ferris | Silver St. Cloud | Amethyst | Master Alchemist
Villains Granny Goodness | Giganta | Lex Luthor | Lena Luthor | Kryptomites | Eclipso | Dark Opal | Brainiac | Ares | Strife | Solomon Grundy | Killer Croc | Double Dare Twins | Lion-Mane | Captain Cold | Killer Moth | Firefly | King Shark | Mrs. Clayface | Rampage | Vandal Savage | Cheshire | Lead | Iron | General Zod | Non | Ursa | Trigon | Siren | Darkseid | Deadshot | Plastique
Korugar Academy Sinestro | Blackfire | Bleez | Lobo | Maxima | Mongal
Female Furies Artemiz | Lashina | Mad Harriet | Speed Queen | Stompa
Supporting characters Steve Trevor | Superman | Robin | Mari McCabe | Black Canary | Platinum | Aquaman | Professor Minerva
Pets Krypto | Ace | Jumpa | Honey | Kitsune | Calliope | Roz | Whazit | Storm | Silkie | Perry
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