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The Daily Planet is a newspaper agency based in Midtown Metropolis and is famous for housing a giant globe on its roof. Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen desired an internship at the Planet and worked hard at the Metropolis High School's paper, the Daily Planetoid, often covering Superman's feats. Clark Kent is the Planet's newest intern. Supergirl bounced off the Planet's globe while she tried to prevent a meteor strike on the city. The globe fell off its foundation and threatened the citizens below. Superman caught it and tossed it behind his shoulder back onto the roof. The Super Hero Girls confirmed the Daily Planet was the sixth target of what they believed to be a gang of taggers. The same art design appeared on the front doors of the Planet.

Just as Doris Zeul timed it, the 1:00 ray of sunshine bounced off the Daily Planet globe and blinded Wonder Woman just as she threw her Lasso of Truth. She snagged a pipe on the roof of a bus and was dragged through the city.