Do you need Superman to your Lois Lane?
A Batman to your Catwoman?
(Also available in Batman and Superman version)
A Professor X to your Magneto?
A Kirk to your Spock?
A KoKoum to your John Smith?
A Bucky to your Captain America?
A Clint Barton to your Natasha Romanoff?
A Xena to your Gabriella?
A Willow to your Terra?
A Regina to your Emma?
Call the Superhero Escort Hotline. Well be sure to save you ;)
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I suspect some of these would let me down if this was the case. A Superman escort would be unlikely to fly me away, for example.
At least the Smallville, Lois and Clark and Reeve movie versions do.
Cases in point (from this article on ADHD in Women)
- ADHD women are often hyperverbal rather than hyperactive (“Lois and Clark” Lois is often referred to as a “babbling brook” or “high strung, both very obvious ADHD traits)
- ADHD girls try hard to please their teachers (or mentors… see Perry) or their parents (unless their parents seem to write them off, see Sam Lane of “Lois and Clark”)
- ADHD individuals (and girls) are often known for risk-taking/high stimulation behavior (sexual activity, drug use/abuse)
- academic passivity (I contend that Lois’s belief that she has no talent for cooking comes from not having the attention to focus on a home ec course in high school combined with complaints from her mother that she doesn’t want to pay any attention to it).
- being self-critical
- failing to show interest by not remembering or checking in with their friends about their feelings, or reactions to feelings that have occured in their friend’s life
Now one or two things don’t exactly jive with this interpretation. Lois of the “Lois and Clark” vein it shown to be school class president. That suggests a high level of executive functioning. With that said, the “Lois and Clark” version doesn’t have very many other activities (chess club, math club, paper editor) in high school to distract her. I’m just wonder what other people’s thoughts are on this idea/headcanon.
and he kept pointing to Wonder Woman and saying “Lois Lane! Lois Lane!” I tried to gently tell him that it was a different person (to no avail.) God bless my baby, he even believes Lois Lane could be Wonder Woman!
Anonymous said: since that smww crap i've stopped reading comics ! i can't believe they torture us with it.. is smww going anywhere ? so my question is can i start reading again or is it still all smww ?
I have no idea if Superman/Wonder Woman is going anywhere because I too, have stopped reading comics except for the Batman arcs. If you want to get away from the shenanigans that is Superman/Wonder Woman, you can start reading the Batman arcs. :)
It angers me too because they just don’t see anything canon about Batman/Wonder Woman at all.
No hints of BM/WW as far as I can tell. If you’re talking about SM/WW being a permanent fixture there isn’t hints but other than the hiccup having to do with differences of view on secret identities I haven’t seen anything in that relationship’s way to become a more permanent feature of the comics. Believe me, I’d rather that not be the case.
For those that ARE reading the current comics (including the SM/WW book) what the heck was that stuff with John Corben?? I know some people were saying it was just Brainiac skewing her mind but I think I might have an idea of the basis that Brainiac used. You guys remember that there was a past relationship between her and Corben (during Morrison’s run of Action)? I know she broke it off but Brainiac was using whatever residual feelings between them to “chesspiece” (my word because I don’t think I’ve seen it before) these two into working together for him (The “Bride of Brainiac” thing probably has to do with those residual feelings).