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From the Alan Aldridge-photo session for “The Penguin John Lennon” book, there’s no doubt John Lennon was a Superman fan. But even before the cover shoot took place, The Man Of Steel has dropped a hint in a older cartoon about his love for The Beatles.

From "The Red-Headed Beatle of 1,000 B.C." (sept '64)

From “The Red-Headed Beatle of 1,000 B.C.” (sept ’64)


John Lennon Wearing a Superman Shirt, 1965 (7)

John Lennon Wearing a Superman Shirt, 1965 (6)

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John Lennon Wearing a Superman Shirt, 1965 (4)

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John Lennon Wearing a Superman Shirt, 1965 (2)

John Lennon Wearing a Superman Shirt, 1965 (1)

In the age of digital media, you never know when you might be looking for a change in careers if you work in newspapers. Clark Kent has taken to LinkedIn to see what opportunities are out there for an opportunity that might be super, man.

Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Lois Lane (full name: Lois Joanne Lane-Kent) debuted in Action Comics #1 in 1938. She’s a reporter for The Daily Planet in Metropolis and also a constant love interest for Superman aka Clark Kent. Her looks were inspired by a hired model named Joanne Carter, and her name was inspired B-actress Lola Lane. During the Silver Age of Comic Books, Lois was also the star of the series Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane.

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Lois Lane 4 - Superman - Girl Friend - Wedding Ring - Jewels - Gifts
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Lois Lane 5 - Fattest Girl In Metropolis - Thin - Fun House - Superman - Hall Of Mirrors
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Lois Lane 6 - Superman - National Comics - Approved By The Comics Code Authority - 1g 2308 - Featuring Lois Lane Convict
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Lois Lane 9 - Blue Caper - Daily Chronicle - Big S - Girlfriend Of - Save
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Lois Lane 12 - Woman As Strong As Superman - Lois Lane Is Jealous - News Scoop - Photograph - Girl Atlas
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Lois Lane 15 - The Super Family Of Steel - Super Husband And Wife - The Bride Get Super Power - Super Babes Of The Super Parents - This Super Wedding Is Real
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Lois Lane 17 - Superman - Girl Friend - Comics Code - Beds - X-ray Vision
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Lois Lane 18 - Supermans Girl Friend - Wedding - Astounding Man - Superman - Super-boyfriend
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Lois Lane 20 - Supergirl - Superman - Embrace - Family - Dc Comics
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Were Spider-Man and Superman Unethical Journalists?

Slate has an interactive where you can generate your own national anthem!

Up until a few years ago, and for the majority of his 50-year existence, Peter Parker committed repeated acts of fraud against his employer, The Daily Bugle and its editor-in-chief, J. Jonah Jameson (who would later, as the mayor of New York, employ Parker as a photographer). He sold staged photos of himself as Spider-Man and used his position in the media to influence the public’s perception of his actions. Meanwhile, Superman, as award-winning Daily Planet reporter Clark Kent, has reported on himself and given privileged information to his girlfriend, Lois Lane, whose relationship with Superman remains undisclosed.

Via The Atlantic