Lois even had her own comic book titled "Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane".
But Lois hasn't always been the only woman Superman or Clark Kent has been romantically involved with.
And that aforementioned scene in the first issue showcases one of the main things that Soule wants out of his series: a deep-dive into superpowered relationships. According to Diamond Comics Distributors, the debut issue was the No.
7 comic in all of October, out-selling even Neil Gaiman's much-ballyhooed return to The Sandman.)"They're both coming at it from the place of 'I want to share something of myself with this other person,' which is a noble goal.
2 begins with an epic throwdown between Wonder Woman and the powerful Man of Steel foe Doomsday after a mysterious force knocked the heck out of Superman.
More conflict arises with the likes of Kryptonian foes Zod and Faora and things ramp in upcoming issues — especially the last few buzzworthy pages, says Soule — as the power couple's relationship goes public.
The drama, the characterization with love triangles and forbidden love and things like that.” This prompted a sensible question from a fan of superhero comics: “Romance? This questionable premise forms the foundation for every flawed portrayal the series has offered.
Writer Charles Soule (Swamp Thing) and artist Tony Daniel (Action Comics) are exploring the mostly uncharted dating life of superheroes and balancing it with epic action sequences in their DC Comics series Superman/Wonder Woman.Shortly after the previous big Superman reboot, in the mid-80s, John Byrne wrote Superman as having developed a crush on Wonder Woman shortly after they met.It blossomed into a first date, in #600, after which Superman realized that the two were wrong for one another; while Wonder Woman was fundamentally of the gods, Superman was fundamentally a mortal man.By Steve Younis When it comes to Superman and relationships, most people automatically think "Lois and Clark".From the very first issue of "Action Comics" way back in 1938, Lois Lane has been a love interest for Clark Kent/Superman.