Lois 4XR

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The great-great-great-great-granddaughter of [[Lois Lane]], who is a perfect lookalike for her well-known ancestress. [[Superman]] meets Lois 4XR in the year 2949 C.E., a far future era when everyone on Earth has Super-powers like Superman's, after an accidental bombardment of [[Professor Wilson]]'s "Super-rays" has catapulted him a thousand years into the future. Try as he might, however, Superman is unable to learn whom Lois Lane will marry in the twentieth century in order to begin the line of progeny destined to culminate in the birth of Lois 4XR a full ten centuries later (S No. 57, Mar/Apr 1949: "Every Man a Superman!").
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The great-great-great-great-granddaughter of [[Lois Lane]], who was a perfect lookalike for her well-known ancestress. [[Superman]] met Lois 4XR in the year 2949 C.E., a far future era wheere everyone on Earth had super powers like Superman's, after an accidental bombardment of [[Professor Wilson]]'s "Super-rays" had catapulted him a thousand years into the future. Try as he might, however, Superman was unable to learn whom Lois Lane would marry in the twentieth century in order to begin the line of progeny destined to culminate in the birth of Lois 4XR a full ten centuries later (S No. 57, Mar/Apr 1949: "Every Man a Superman!").
 
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The great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Lois Lane, who was a perfect lookalike for her well-known ancestress. Superman met Lois 4XR in the year 2949 C.E., a far future era wheere everyone on Earth had super powers like Superman's, after an accidental bombardment of Professor Wilson's "Super-rays" had catapulted him a thousand years into the future. Try as he might, however, Superman was unable to learn whom Lois Lane would marry in the twentieth century in order to begin the line of progeny destined to culminate in the birth of Lois 4XR a full ten centuries later (S No. 57, Mar/Apr 1949: "Every Man a Superman!"). (TGSB)

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