Black Lois Lane
February 26, 2004 6:14 PM   Subscribe

"Look at her, brothers and sisters! She's young and sweet and pretty! But never forget...she's Whitey!" The (Abridged) Adventures of Black Lois Lane.
posted by ColdChef (10 comments total)
Reminds me of the part played by Fia Porter in Spike Lee's Malcolm X.

Young white coed with long blond hair to the well-known and successful Malcolm X:

"Well, I think racism is just terrible, and I want to help you. What can _I_ do?"

Malcolm/Denzel Washington:

"Nothing. Excuse me."

And walks away with his group of black male friends.
posted by jfwlucy at 6:29 PM on February 26, 2004

While I've seen this before, it has renewed humor because they were allegedly considering Beyonce for the Lois Lane role in the new, beleagured Superman movie.
posted by blueshammer at 6:54 PM on February 26, 2004

So, if I follow the text of the synopsis correctly, a machine to turn white people into black people was invented by a Kryptonian named "Dahr-Nel".

Just thought I'd point that out.
posted by George_Spiggott at 6:54 PM on February 26, 2004

Damn, she was hot when she was a black chick.
posted by fenriq at 10:33 PM on February 26, 2004

Damn, she was hot when she was a black chick.

I noticed she had "white" , i.e. processed, hair. Why no super-bad, 1960's Angela Davis 'fro, I wonder?
posted by Ayn Marx at 5:06 AM on February 27, 2004

Scott Shaw! has been covering gems like this in his Oddball Comics column at Comic Book Resources for years now. I'm guessing he's written about this one, but the search function at CBR is erroring.
posted by grabbingsand at 5:44 AM on February 27, 2004

In an ideal world there'd have been some white Lois/black Lois girl on girl action, but we have to live in this world...
posted by jonmc at 6:29 AM on February 27, 2004

I'm with jonmc... where's the "Lois Lane... 'I am Bi-Curious'"?

Great link! Does anyone know when this comic came out?
posted by mkultra at 6:39 AM on February 27, 2004

Thanks, ColdChef. Great link.
posted by rocketman at 11:07 AM on February 27, 2004

"Superman and the Sneetches!" They missed a great crossover opportunity with Doc Seuss here.
posted by Perigee at 11:43 AM on February 27, 2004

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