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Posts tagged clois

Jun 29 '14

lere8:

Lois and Clark - Pilot

Dec 10 '13

DC COMICS + POWER COUPLE = Clark Kent & Lois Lane

(Source: mastersassypants)

Mar 14 '13

You know what we all need more of in our lives? Clark/Lois hugs. <3

Say what you want about Smallville, these are the versions of these characters and their relationship that I originally fell in love with. And they are what led to me falling in love with superheroes in general.

And you know what? When I look back at this now, I still think they’re completely awesome. SV!Clark and Lois will alwayshave a very special place in my heart. <3

(I’ll stop rambling now, sorry.)

(Source: durancer)

Nov 11 '12

I’m working on something else right now, but in the meantime you can have (1) Diana and Steve making out, and (2) Diana/Steve and Clark/Lois on a double-date.

And they’re going into something called the “Tunnel of Love”. Uh-huh.

I approve of all of this completely. xD

Aug 22 '12
tryingtofixflashpoint:

carolferriss:

30 Days of DC∟ Day Eight: Canon pairing you ship → Clark Kent &amp; Lois Lane


There’s a scene in Kill Bill vol 2 where Bill is having a relatively speech about the identity of Superman. He says that, essentially, Superman is the real person with Clark Kent as the “Costume”, that Clark is how Superman views humanity. I disagree to this view. Before there was Superman or Kal-el (Superman’s kyrptonian name) there was Clark Kent, the humble farm boy from Smallville, found by John and Martha Kent. They raised him as though he was their own flesh in blood. In time John and Martha told Clark about his heritage but with the teachings and values instilled in him by the Kents, Clark would in turn become Superman. Not because he wanted to rule over humanity, but because he’s just doing what Ma and Pa taught him. Before there was Superman there was Clark Kent. Lois, Jimmy, Perry and everyone else Clark meets further cements his humanity. 

^ I completely agree with this. One of the most special things about Clark is that in spite of his alien heritage, he completely loves and embraces humanity. It&#8217;s like Dick said when he described Clark as &#8216;the most human guy I ever met&#8221;. Clark doesn&#8217;t view himself as separate from humanity or above us. And that&#8217;s part of what makes him so amazing. In spite of his extraordinary nature, he believes in the power and goodness of humanity more than anyone else.
And Clark&#8217;s love for Lois is part of that. I think it speaks volumes that Clark wouldn&#8217;t go looking for someone like himself, someone like Diana, someone with supernatural abilities beyond the norm. No, he fell in love with an &#8220;ordinary&#8221; mortal - who, in his eyes, is about as far from ordinary as you can get. Because Clark never needed someone to have superpowers to see them as special. In his eyes, Lois is the most extraordinary woman in the world, simply for who she is - for her intelligence, her courage, her love of truth, her incredible inner strength. Lois was Clark&#8217;s partner and equal in every sense of the word, and she didn&#8217;t need superpowers to be that. And that sent a powerful message, I think. It spoke volumes about who Clark was as a person, as a hero, about the way he viewed the world. Lois was more than Clark&#8217;s love interest. His relationship with her was an essential part of his character. And she is not replaceable.

tryingtofixflashpoint:

carolferriss:

30 Days of DC
∟ Day Eight: Canon pairing you ship → Clark Kent & Lois Lane

There’s a scene in Kill Bill vol 2 where Bill is having a relatively speech about the identity of Superman. He says that, essentially, Superman is the real person with Clark Kent as the “Costume”, that Clark is how Superman views humanity. I disagree to this view. Before there was Superman or Kal-el (Superman’s kyrptonian name) there was Clark Kent, the humble farm boy from Smallville, found by John and Martha Kent. They raised him as though he was their own flesh in blood. In time John and Martha told Clark about his heritage but with the teachings and values instilled in him by the Kents, Clark would in turn become Superman. Not because he wanted to rule over humanity, but because he’s just doing what Ma and Pa taught him. Before there was Superman there was Clark Kent. Lois, Jimmy, Perry and everyone else Clark meets further cements his humanity. 

^ I completely agree with this. One of the most special things about Clark is that in spite of his alien heritage, he completely loves and embraces humanity. It’s like Dick said when he described Clark as ‘the most human guy I ever met”. Clark doesn’t view himself as separate from humanity or above us. And that’s part of what makes him so amazing. In spite of his extraordinary nature, he believes in the power and goodness of humanity more than anyone else.

And Clark’s love for Lois is part of that. I think it speaks volumes that Clark wouldn’t go looking for someone like himself, someone like Diana, someone with supernatural abilities beyond the norm. No, he fell in love with an “ordinary” mortal - who, in his eyes, is about as far from ordinary as you can get. Because Clark never needed someone to have superpowers to see them as special. In his eyes, Lois is the most extraordinary woman in the world, simply for who she is - for her intelligence, her courage, her love of truth, her incredible inner strength. Lois was Clark’s partner and equal in every sense of the word, and she didn’t need superpowers to be that. And that sent a powerful message, I think. It spoke volumes about who Clark was as a person, as a hero, about the way he viewed the world. Lois was more than Clark’s love interest. His relationship with her was an essential part of his character. And she is not replaceable.

(Source: fanbingblink)

Aug 20 '12

I always loved the looks on their faces when one of them would grab the other and kiss them by surprise. Surprise kisses are the best LOL. Because there would always be this absolutely hilarious moment of “OMG WHAT JUST HAPPENED”, followed by “OOH, yeah, I like this”. Every time. Even one they were an official couple. He has exactly the same reaction when Future!Lois kisses him in Homecoming.

I love these two so much. <3

Aug 19 '12

ealperin:

“you know, you put up with me for the same reason I put up with you, it’s because I’m completely in love with you.”

^GREAT SCENE!^ :)

THEY ARE PERFECT, okay?

Oh my gosh, Teri and Dean had such great chemistry. Anyone who thinks Lois and Clark are “boring” or “not hot enough” has clearly never seen this show (or read the right comics, but that’s another matter).

I just love them so muchhhhhhhh. <3

(Source: echofades)

Aug 17 '12

snappilier:

Action Comics #736

I actually have a lot of affection for minty fresh Superman.

So, recently I was reading this book. You might have heard of it. Supergods by Grant Morrison.

Not a bad book. It’s flawed, but it has some solid analysis. And it tells me a lot more about Grant Morrison’s personal life than I wanted to know, but overall, it’s pretty much the book on superheroes you would expect Grant Morrison to write: Biased, enjoyable in places, eyeroll-worthy in others, and trippy as anything (you can just take my word on this.)

There is, however, one thing he said in said book which truly made me angry, and that is: Lois doesn’t truly understand what Clark does.

Morrison gets a lot of credit for how he wrote Lois and Clark in All-Star Superman (which I have read and didn’t see the big deal about, but that’s another matter), but frankly, I question how much any writer who accepts that line of thinking is qualified to write Lois and Clark. Because not only does Lois understand what Clark does, she understands what Clark does better than any other person. Because Lois understands Clark better than any other person, and she understands that what makes Clark special, at the end of the day, is not really his alien heritage or his extraordinary powers or his costume. You could take all of those things away, and Clark would still be Superman. Because what makes Clark Superman is who he is. It’s his heart. His courage. His values. His kindness. His absolute belief in goodness no matter what. His amazing love of humanity. That’s what makes Clark exceptional. That’s what makes him the hero that he is.

And Lois understands that. She sees past every disguise Clark puts up, and sees through to who he really is. The people who are so caught up in, Oh, Lois loves Superman and not Clark could not be more wrong. It’s not about what’s he’s wearing or whether he has superpowers. You think she cares if he’s wearing glasses or a red cape? No. Lois loves this man for who he truly is. That’s never changed. When Clark Kent was his disguise, where he had to hide his true courage and heroism, then yeah, she loved Superman. But when Clark Kent was the one who could show her who he really was inside? Then she loved Clark. She’s always been in love with the same man, no matter what he’s wearing. It’s just a matter of where he’s able to show her his true self. The bottom line is that Lois loves Clark as a person. Not as a superhero.

And she understands him better than anyone else in the world.

Aug 17 '12

fwvidchick:

aflawedfashion:

Lois Lane’s Rules of Reporting

AFF’s Tribute to Season 8

It’s so Clark to keep something like that and I think a big indicator of how much Lois meant to him.

^ Agreed.

I love everything about this episode. There’s only one Lois Lane. <3

Aug 17 '12

therearecertainshadesoflimelight:

teamclarklois:

“I’m in love with drawing. It runs blood with drawing cells through my veins. My DNA is made of: sketch, pencils and inks, heeheehee. This defines me, drawing is the most important thing in my life. It is my superhero power. The super and details freak AL RIO. Thanks to my good God, my mission here on Earth is drawing.”

—Al Rio (1962-2012)

Rest in peace Al Rio.

I always meant to do an appreciation post for how Al Rio drew Lois and Clark, because I really feel he captured their relationship better than almost any artist out there. Even when the scene he was drawing them in was a very typical one, he always evoked such a strong sense of the characters and their personalities. I love his art.

R.I.P.

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane)

Jul 15 '12
ealperin:

big-wired:

ealperin:

My Gail-centered meme. Hope you love it, Gail!!! The link to it’s over here. ;)

Lets reblog this so Gail can see! Because Gail is awesome and fun and she’s like this fun, dirty-minded Aunt who does awesome stuff for you.
Trust me, if you’ve ever read Killer Princesses and the Chewbacca joke she made, you’ll know what I mean.

XD ^Well, this comment just made my day!^ Hope you love it, Gail!!!
ALL the Gail Simone appreciation! Living a Gail Simone Appreciation Life, over here.
I think what I love the most about Gail Simone&#8217;s writing is that she brings so much warmth and humanity to her heroes and heroines. Don&#8217;t get me wrong, she doesn&#8217;t sacrifice the toughness or the action for even a second - and that&#8217;s as it should be. She writes strong heroines who are not to be messed with. But her writing is also incredibly full of heart, and I love that. Her characters are people filled with love and compassion, not just physical strength:



Look at how she writes the Big Three in these scenes. So many writers just focus on making the Trinity as hardcore and unbeatable as possible. But that&#8217;s only a small part of who they are. When I read scenes like these, I&#8217;m aware that these people are not only walking symbols of heroism, they are also humans filled with goodness and love. I understand why they are symbols not only of strength, but also of love and goodness to the world. She focuses on these people as characters, not just as superheroes. They all show it in different ways (Bruce is a lot more tentative in showing that human side, which is just as it should be) but these scenes all show the same warmth and heart that is so often missing from comics these days.
Even her fight scenes have an emotional core which I love. It&#8217;s not just about the blows themselves - it&#8217;s also about what&#8217;s behind them. Even the action scenes are character-driven, and reveal so much about the individuals involved:


These aren&#8217;t just generic fight scenes that could be happening between any two characters. Even in scenes like these, Simone&#8217;s characterization is absolutely spot-on. (By the way, I&#8217;ve heard people criticize the Shiva/Huntress scene because Helena is nowhere near Shiva&#8217;s level. To which I say: Yeah, that&#8217;s the point. It&#8217;s acknowledged multiple times in-story. Helena didn&#8217;t have a chance of winning that fight, and she knew it. But she was determined to hold Shiva off long enough to give Dinah the time she needed, and she put up a darn good fight because she used tactics Shiva wasn&#8217;t expecting. It&#8217;s a perfect example of a strong, character-driven fight scene with a powerful emotional undercurrent.)
And she doesn&#8217;t write her characters as flawlessly perfect, but there&#8217;s no needless character destruction to further the plot, either. Instead, she writes characters with consistent flaws and weaknesses, allows for growth, and creates tension between characters that is natural and character-driven rather than manufactured:


And then, of course, there&#8217;s the fact that she writes scenes that make me squee and melt like a total fangirl:



(Okay, so the end of that scene always makes me laugh, but the parts before it? SO freakin&#8217; precious.)


I don&#8217;t care what anyone else says - that kind of love and friendship is what really makes the stories compelling to me. More than the cool fight scenes. And Simone writes it better than anyone else.

ealperin:

big-wired:

ealperin:

My Gail-centered meme. Hope you love it, Gail!!! The link to it’s over here. ;)

Lets reblog this so Gail can see! Because Gail is awesome and fun and she’s like this fun, dirty-minded Aunt who does awesome stuff for you.

Trust me, if you’ve ever read Killer Princesses and the Chewbacca joke she made, you’ll know what I mean.

XD ^Well, this comment just made my day!^ Hope you love it, Gail!!!

ALL the Gail Simone appreciation! Living a Gail Simone Appreciation Life, over here.

I think what I love the most about Gail Simone’s writing is that she brings so much warmth and humanity to her heroes and heroines. Don’t get me wrong, she doesn’t sacrifice the toughness or the action for even a second - and that’s as it should be. She writes strong heroines who are not to be messed with. But her writing is also incredibly full of heart, and I love that. Her characters are people filled with love and compassion, not just physical strength:

Look at how she writes the Big Three in these scenes. So many writers just focus on making the Trinity as hardcore and unbeatable as possible. But that’s only a small part of who they are. When I read scenes like these, I’m aware that these people are not only walking symbols of heroism, they are also humans filled with goodness and love. I understand why they are symbols not only of strength, but also of love and goodness to the world. She focuses on these people as characters, not just as superheroes. They all show it in different ways (Bruce is a lot more tentative in showing that human side, which is just as it should be) but these scenes all show the same warmth and heart that is so often missing from comics these days.

Even her fight scenes have an emotional core which I love. It’s not just about the blows themselves - it’s also about what’s behind them. Even the action scenes are character-driven, and reveal so much about the individuals involved:

These aren’t just generic fight scenes that could be happening between any two characters. Even in scenes like these, Simone’s characterization is absolutely spot-on. (By the way, I’ve heard people criticize the Shiva/Huntress scene because Helena is nowhere near Shiva’s level. To which I say: Yeah, that’s the point. It’s acknowledged multiple times in-story. Helena didn’t have a chance of winning that fight, and she knew it. But she was determined to hold Shiva off long enough to give Dinah the time she needed, and she put up a darn good fight because she used tactics Shiva wasn’t expecting. It’s a perfect example of a strong, character-driven fight scene with a powerful emotional undercurrent.)

And she doesn’t write her characters as flawlessly perfect, but there’s no needless character destruction to further the plot, either. Instead, she writes characters with consistent flaws and weaknesses, allows for growth, and creates tension between characters that is natural and character-driven rather than manufactured:

And then, of course, there’s the fact that she writes scenes that make me squee and melt like a total fangirl:

(Okay, so the end of that scene always makes me laugh, but the parts before it? SO freakin’ precious.)

I don’t care what anyone else says - that kind of love and friendship is what really makes the stories compelling to me. More than the cool fight scenes. And Simone writes it better than anyone else.

Jul 6 '12

therearecertainshadesoflimelight:

Narrative Parallels make my life….

I think one of my favorite things about this particular parallel throughout the series is that you can actually see the maturity and growth as both individuals and in their relationship.    Clark progresses from nerves/trepidation to intense determination to put things into action to finally looking completely at peace and relaxed knowing that they are finally together.   Lois is doing busy work in each scene and he’s watching her doing busy work without her knowing it.  But look at the change in her.   She goes from longing for a partner both personally and professionally, to dealing with professional rejection to finally being completely at peace both in her career and in her personal life.   

Mary, that is some absolutely WONDERFUL commentary! I absolutely agree. You very much see their progression both as separate characters and as a couple in these scenes. I love how secure Lois and Clark were in themselves and their love by the end of the series. They both grew up so much. <3

(Source: alexreids)

Jun 20 '12

Clark and Lois’s facial expressions/body language here are actually the best thing. STOP IT YOU GUYS YOU ARE TOO ADORABLE. *laughing way too hard*

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane)

May 31 '12

stuck-in-human-form:

Clark: Guess who…
Lois: I don’t need to guess… I’d know you anywhere.

Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
4x02 I’ve Got you Under My Skin

I think my favorite thing about this whole thing is Clark kissing Lois on the top of her head. I can just watch that over and over and over and over and melt and die over and over and over again.

Awwww. <3

They are so precious. And even though they’re just joking around, isn’t that just something so essential to Lois and Clark’s relationship? She knows him. Through and through. She sees past all the superpowers and all of acts he puts on, and she sees straight through to who he really is.

(Source: kate-dammit-run)

May 23 '12

wonderarity:

Oh you know, I loveloveLOVE it when I find other Clois shippers. Because I’ve had RL friends who think they’re “overdone” and “clichéd to the max” and I’m like nononoooo they are perfect for each otherrr

Oh honey, NO NO NO!!!!

Clois are EPIC and PERFECT and they had the most solid, healthy, beautiful relationship in the DCU.

I love them in the comics:

I love them on Lois & Clark:TNAoS:

I love them on Smallville:

Basically, I LOVE THEM. OTP FOREVER. <3