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    Default Lois Set To Be Featured In An Upcoming Trade Collection

    Stories featuring Lois Lane is set to be appeared in a trade collection of detective themed stories called DC's Greatest Detective Stories Ever Told set to be released around 2021. I hope there will be follow up collections that give Clark Kent some spotlight of his detective skills.



    Batman may be the World's Greatest Detective, but he's hardly the only sleuth in the DC Universe. This new title collects key adventures starring Lois Lane, the Question, Slam Bradley, Detective Chimp, and everyone's favorite Caped Crusader, Batman.

    These tales span DC's history, from 1937 to today, and even include a special appearance by the granddaddy of all detectives, Sherlock Holmes.

    Collects Adventure Comics #51, Batman #441, Detective Comics #2, #329, and #572, Lois Lane #1-2, Secret Origins #40, and The Question #8.
    https://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Dete...language=en_US
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBally View Post
    Stories featuring Lois Lane is set to be appeared in a trade collection of detective themed stories called DC's Greatest Detective Stories Ever Told set to be released around 2021. I hope there will be follow up collections that give Clark Kent some spotlight of his detective skills.





    https://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Dete...language=en_US
    Is this the one from the mid-eighties?
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    Are the Lois issues good? What was that story about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    Are the Lois issues good? What was that story about?
    I've never read it but it's about kidnapped children. It's one of the last pre-Crisis stories.
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    Unexpected, but nice to see Lois included .

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    Well that is nice for Lois, I'm happy she's getting a little recognition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpmaluki View Post
    Well that is nice for Lois, I'm happy she's getting a little recognition.
    She's been doing pretty well lately. She had that maxi or mini or whatever this year, a cute YA OGN like last month, and a trilogy of YA novels a few years back.

    I've got my fingers crossed that she becomes a bigger draw and is pushed more by WB/AT&T.

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    That’s a really really dark story to include. Happy that Lois is getting more exposure but man, that is quite the story to include.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    That’s a really really dark story to include. Happy that Lois is getting more exposure but man, that is quite the story to include.
    Wish Clark Kent would get the same attention, he had his own share of detective stories especially in the Golden Age especially since in the old Superman stories were more like crime stories in the early years.
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