Yes, it's time to start another Silver Age journey, this time through the pages of issue #59 of Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane. Cover-dated August 1965, it came out when I was about to turn nine.
We open with a great catfight scene, as portrayed by Lois' glamor artist, Kurt Schaffenberger. Good grief, Lois thinks. First I ruin Lana Lang's life, now I'm about to screw over the life of Superman's would-be mama, Lara, too! Actually, she doesn't see it that way, more's the pity.
And of course the males in these stories are merely arm candy, waiting to see to which victorious dame they'll be assigned.
But first, another treasure trove of possible hijinks from the Treasure Chest of Fun! (aka Honor House Production Corporation -- with a name like Honor House, you KNOW they're trustworthy of your quarters, kids!)
But first off, Lois sticks her pillbox hat into more trouble, requiring another instant rescue from Our Idol, Superman! *sigh*
But I bet any real-life superhero would LOVE to tell off his admirers the way Supes does in the first panel of this page! If she would only keep her head down, his life would be a lot easier!
But, wait! Some conveniently English-speaking aliens doth arrive... Hmmm.... what strange names ... Gloria from Gossamer! Of course, Lois being the self-centered gal we know and love, she has no problems in believing that a bunch of spacefarers would have studied her life in detail, and have decided that it is in their power to match her up with the single mightiest being in the universe!
Next we see Lois quickly guzzling some invulnerability juice. Good thing the only precaution she has is, she also has to drink a daily glass of moo juice to avoid "dangerous side-effects." Of course, HOW DANGEROUS are these side-effects? Will they give her Kryptonite breath? Make her hair fall out? Make her female secretions super-acid?
Surely nothing bad can come of this, right?
Stay tuned to find out!
(PS one tale from this issue was covered here. But this time we're goin' all the way through, baby!)