Sure. It was a different time. But, even with that little fact in mind, this 1969 LOIS LANE tale is so jaw-droppingly sexist, so completely odd, that it's hard to believe. Look below, as a harried and henpecked Superman decides to press the "re-do" button on his life, all in an attempt to get away from that pesky Lois! Along the way, Supes indulges in tons of selfish, sexist self-reflection! Well, at least we get to peer at art by the impeccable Kurt Schaffenberger! Click below to enlarge each page!
|Above: In that tiny DJ booth, Clark has time to build and activate a "Clark Kent dummy?!"|
|Above: So, having an inquisitive Lois in your life is a torture beyond compare? |
One enough to send a frustrated Superman rushing back to the present day? But, don't
worry, all ends well. A compassionate Clark is relieved that he never got collared by
Liza in the past, since she's now "enormously fat!" Another close call avoided!
Whew! I guess "super-sensitivity" is not one of the Man of Steel's many vaunted
super-powers! See ya next issue, kids!