Lois Lane

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Real Identity: Lois Lane
Affiliations: Metropolis High School and Daily Planet
Appearances (Webisodes): Hero of the Month: Bumblebee, Quinntessential Harley, Ring of Mirth, Ring Me Maybe Part 1, Ring Me Maybe Part 2, and Ring Me Maybe Part 4
Appearances (Novels): Wonder Woman at Super Hero High, Supergirl at Super Hero High, Batgirl at Super Hero High, Katana at Super Hero High, and Harley Quinn at Super Hero High
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Finals Crisis and Summer Olympus
Appearances (Books): Super Hero High School Yearbook
Appearances (Movies): Hero of the Year
Appearances (Comics): State of the Martial Art (Comic only)
Powers/Skills: Journalism
Voiced By: Alexis G Zall

Lois Lane is a reporter from Metropolis High and covers the super hero beat. Lane posts her articles on her Super News website. She was on scene when Bumblebee saved a mother and her infant child from the roof of a burning building. After the Granny Goodness incident, Lane reported on Metropolis' hot new trend: Harley Quinn. She featured Capes & Cowls Cafe's Smoothie Quinn and Harley Con. Once Harley had enough and squashed her newfound fame, Lane reported Metropolis was mostly back to normal. Lane later covered a clean up of Centennial Park by a couple students from Super Hero High. She took an ad lib from Star Sapphire. The day before the end of the semester, Lane witnessed Bumblebee defeat Killer Croc and stop him from stealing tuna fish sandwiches. She conducted an impromptu interview. At 8 pm, Giganta accidentally grabbed Lane's order. Trevor tried to tell her but she was insulted and grabbed him. Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, and Lady Shiva arrived at the cafe. Lane recorded the battle.

The next morning, after 9 am, Lane was searching for some leads and stumbled upon Lex Luthor's latest vlog. She contacted Batgirl and forwarded her the vlog. Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, Bumblebee, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Katana used the vlog to prove to Principal Waller that their powers improved since they started attending Super Hero High and pass their final exam. Lois Lane heavily covered the annual Hero of the Year gala, even visiting campus in the days leading up to it. On Thursday, she interviewed nominees for the award: Hawkgirl, Cyborg, Katana, Lady Shiva, Flash, Bumblebee, and Wonder Woman. She also asked Supergirl and Batgirl who they thought was gong to win but Harley interrupted and talked about when she first dreamed of being a hero. After the Amethyst started to act up, Lane followed Principal Waller to the tower roof but Waller dismissed her. Hawkgirl landed, ready for the top secret meeting. To Waller's annoyance, Hawkgirl revealed she knew about the meeting because she saw Lane's report.

On the day of, Lane attempted to get a comment from Vice Principal Grodd on the recent supervillain activity. Grodd didn't know she was at first until Lane reminded him he repeatedly denied her requests for interviews. Grodd was suspicious she was really Lane or not until she unleashed a flurry of questions about the villains. Grodd tried to walk away but Lane followed him and asked about his time on a work release squad. Lane did a Hero of the Year pre-show that featured nominees like Cyborg. While he talked about his favorite classical and modern thinkers, Cyborg was interrupted by Harley. Concerned two nominees, Wonder Woman and Bumblebee, weren't back at campus yet, Principal Waller asked Lane to help stall for time. Lane was excited to get a mission from Waller and tried to interview the infamously hard to find Miss Martian but she turned invisible. Somehow, Harley found Lane again. Lane tried to cover Eclipso and Dark Opal's sudden arrival but was forced to take cover when their Shadow Demons started to attack.

Lane observed their weakness to light and started moving the spotlight projectors on them after Batgirl turned the electricity back on. Lane attended the post-gala dinner at Kent Farm. Lane was invited to write the introduction to the Super Hero High School Yearbook. After getting to know the students in the past year, she wrote they were the most capable, skilled, and downright powerful supers-in-training in the entire universe and the high school was the definitive place where they could discover their unique abilities, develop their powers, and master the fundamentals of being a super hero. Halfway during summer, Lane reported on invading gods in Centennial Park but fell under Strife's spell and pointed out how the supers were having fun while the city suffered. Lane interviewed Hal Jordan during his going away party at Capes & Cowls. She asked him if he had anything to tell his fans before he left to Oa. Jordan replied it was sweet getting called up to the Green Lantern Corps and completing his training.

Jordan promised another ring would be sent to choose a replacement to protect Earth. Lane's cameragirl, Jessica Cruz, was startled by a balloon popping. Solomon Grundy entered with the intent to get revenge on Jordan. Cruz hid under the table but Lane checked if she was still rolling. Once the fight was over, Jordan helped Cruz up. Lane signed off, telling fans Earth had nothing to fear. As Batgirl walked Grundy into her Batty Wagon, Lane declared it was another day saved by Super Hero High students. She was excited with Sinestro's sudden arrival and told Cruz to keep rolling. Cruz was scared. Oblivious, Lane wanted to go get a better view of the action. They set up in an alley. Lane wanted to get even closer but she turned around and saw Cruz running away. Lois Lane ran back to the scene of the battle. She called Cruz to meet her there because there was a new Green Lantern. Lane was stunned to see the new Lantern was Cruz and dropped her phone.

(Novels only) Lois Lane specialized in writing profiles of up-and-coming superheroes but her true love is in investigate reporting and unraveling mysteries. After a mishap at the Ferris Flight Track, Wonder Woman met Lane, who was taking notes about everything off to the side. She got Wonder Woman to agree to an interview and promised to treat her to the best fruit smoothies and sweet potato fries she ever had. The next day, Wonder Woman met Lane at the Capes & Cowls Cafe where her usual beverage is the acai berry smoothie. The interview was a success. It was front-page news in Metropolis High's newspaper and online at Super News. The Daily Planet picked it up and ran it in the "What's New News" section. On the side, Lane was intrigued when Wonder Woman mentioned the anonymous hate messages she was getting. The following week, Lane wrote an editorial saying it was empowering for mortal teens to see their heroes mess up. She cited Harley Quinn's HQTV Tribute Video and implored all students to embrace their mistakes now while they were in school.

Four weeks into the semester, Lane asked Wonder Woman to meet her at Capes & Cowls. Lane was late because of reports of a rocket ship that landed near a town called Smallville. She presented a theory that someone at Super Hero High was responsible for or aiding in the anonymous threats. Her clue was one of the threats, written on a piece of paper with Super Hero High's logo on it. She asked Wonder Woman if there was someone who could spy for them. Hawkgirl was called in. Lane congratulated her on being the latest Hero of the Month and got an interview. They briefed Hawkgirl on what was going on. Just as they finished, some students from CAD Academy entered the cafe and jeered Super Hero High. Lane explained CAD Academy's history and the rumors of it being a launching pad for super villains. Over the next few weeks, Lane learned their prime suspect Mandy Bowin had enrolled in an elite music conservatory after being kicked out of Super Hero High. Suspicious of Bowin not mentioning her former tie to the school, Lane asked Barbara Gordon to look into her activities online.

Gordon found a deleted post on Bowin's Our Space page, "Mandy Bowin out, Wonder Woman in." The next week or so, Wonder Woman met up with Lane and Hawkgirl at the weekly Metropolis Farmers' Market in Centennial Park. Lane relayed Bowin's address to her. Lane and Hawkgirl didn't agree with Wonder Woman's idea to go and see Bowin. However, it turned out Bowin was innocent. As weeks flew by in preparation for the 100th Annual Super Triathlon, Lane did a new webseries titled "The High Price of Competition" that featured team members from schools participating in the Triathlon. During that time, Lane heard a rumor that a new superhero might be joining Super Hero High. On the day of the Triathlon, Lane approached Wonder Woman for a quote before the competition started. First, she gave Wonder Woman a note from Steve Trevor wishing her and the team good luck. Lane wrote an extensive article about Wonder Woman and the team for both Super News and the Daily Planet. She reported on several supers fighting Giganta at Eclipso Jewels and credited Cheetah.

Supergirl agreed to meet with Lane at Capes & Cowls but she wasn't ready for an interview. Lane understood and tabled it. After reported attempts to breach the doors guarding the Boom Tubes, an emergency assembly was held. Lane started a web broadcast analyzing who could be amassing an army to invade Earth. According to her sources, Lane speculated the culprit could be Darkseid, Mongul, or Massacre. Lane interviewed one of Super Hero High's newest teachers, Doc Magnus. He revealed one of his most promising students was Batgirl. In the lead-up to the pilot episode of TechTalkTV, she interviewed Batgirl for her blog. On the day of, she intercepted an anonymous tip that Killer Croc and Solomon Grundy were robbing the Metropolis Movie Theater that afternoon. She passed it along to Commissioner Gordon. She later did an article about HarleyGrams, the next step in Harley Quinn's social media empire. Lane did a broadcast warning the Dragon King was heading to Metropolis.

Lois Lane found Jervis Tetch at the Krazy Karnival before Harley Quinn but had no qualms about them interviewing the elusive carnival owner together. She later interviewed Harley in front of Capes & Cowls Cafe after she was made Hero of the Month for stopping Tetch.