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September 2014
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She saves him just as much as he saves her.
September 2014
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Anonymous asked

Hi there! I love this blog, thank you for putting so many lovely Lois and Clark posts on my dash! I'm newly into comics, and for all that I've come to love L&C from TV and movie media, I've barely read any Superman comics. I'd like to, but there's obviously a lot of content! As a trusted L&C source, could you please recommend some of your favorite favorite runs/arcs/issues/etc. to a fellow shipper or point me toward any already-compiled such list? Thanks so much, keep up the awesome blogging! :)

Thanks for the kind words and, as someone who also came to Superman and Lois from live action, I hope you’ll be like me and find that reading their comic book incarnations adds to your love and enjoyment of this amazing couple. I’ll try my best to come up with a list. If it’s missing anything, or if other Clark/Lois fans have their own personal favorites to recommend (here are two good places to start: 1, 2), hopefully they’ll show up in any responses this post may get. My recommendations include those in the links above and the following:

GOLDEN AGE | SILVER AGE | BRONZE AGE

  • Browse my edits/scans/reblogs in my tags for Golden Age, Silver Age, and Bronze Age and you’ll probably find some good ones. Superman Takes a Wife and Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? are pretty neat and important.

POST-CRISIS

  • The Wedding Album
  • Up, Up, and Away
  • Camelot Falls
  • For Tomorrow
  • Last Son of Krypton

NEW 52

  • Superman Unchained
  • Earth 2 (20-26)
  • Batman/Superman (1-4, 12-13)
  • Action Comics (0, 1-2, 4, 9-12, 19, 21, 34, Annual #3)
  • Superman (24)

ORIGIN STORIES

  • Superman: Birthright
  • Superman: Secret Origin

OTHER

  • All-Star Superman
  • Final Crisis (2, 3, 7)
  • Superman: Secret Identity
  • Superman Confidential
  • JLA: Classified (10-11)

DIGITAL

  • Smallville: Season 11 - All of it is good, but the best arcs or “episodes” that include lots of Lois/Clark or are relevant to them are Guardian, Detective, Haunted, Valkyrie, Olympus, Lantern, and Chaos.
  • Adventures of Superman - The whole series of digital “chapters” (with arcs collected as individual issues) is excellent. These are the chapters that are best for Clark/Lois: 5, 7-9, 12, 18, 29, 34, 37, 43-45, 47, 48, 50.

Gosh, I’m probably forgetting some important ones. There’s lots to check out, though, and I hope you’re able to find them and enjoy them. Happy reading!

September 2014
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I love it. It lets me know the world I’m walking into. And it lets me know how they see these action sequences from an emotional point of view. It lets me know the moments they’re looking to capture.

Amy Adams in All-Out Action | Man of Steel Extras.

September 2014
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August 2014
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Lombard. Lane. I want you to meet our new stringer, I want you to show him the ropes. This is Clark Kent. Good luck, kid.

August 2014
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Loïs Lane - Smallville
August 2014
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He saw it, Clark, believe me.

August 2014
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My father believed that if the world found out who I really was, they’d reject me… out of fear.

August 2014
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Amy Adams as Loïs Lane in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
August 2014
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Henry Cavill and Amy Adams behind the scenes of the film with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
August 2014
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get to know me meme: [1/8] favorite tv shows - Smallville

If you turn your back on all the experiences that made you strong and compassionate because they hurt, I’m afraid that one day everything you learned in Smallville will have been for nothing.
August 2014
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Do you drink your coffee while you’re doing wire tricks?

Uh… Heh, heh. Funny.

August 2014
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hearthcricket asked

Hi, Bryan! I'm a big fan of Lois and Clark's relationship on Smallville, and the episodes you wrote are among my favorites. What is your favorite Lois/Clark scene that you wrote for the show? What was it like writing for Tom and Erica?

bryanqmiller:

Thanks!

It’s no secret that my favorite scene between those two of all time is the dunk tank bit at the end of “Facade” in Season 4.

As for scenes that I wrote? That one’s a toughie. There are a bunch of others that came I great that I had a hand in but didn’t directly author, but I think these apply from mine: 

Committed" (S8) - The morning after/hangover scene and the "proposal".

Masquerade" (S10) - Lois giving Clark a hard time about needing to embrace a secret identity (the bit with the Impulse hoodie).

Prophecy" (S10) - Lois and Clark and the confusion after she gets back from her save in another state.

The chemistry between Tom and Erica really just grew and blossomed wonderfully, so it was a privilege to be able to write for them in the latter half of the series when they were actually allowed to have tons of screen time and stories together.

August 2014
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“As far as an actress goes as a contrast, when you get to person- Amy, who you can goof around, have a fun with and then she brings this wonderfully powerful yet soft character, she is obviously superwoman in a societal sense.” Henry Cavill on Amy Adams

August 2014
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"So you weren’t telling the truth."

"Please. I mean, we do make a good team. But don’t let our cover go to that big old head of yours.” 

"I didn’t."

"Good."

"Great."