Mirrors, how do they work? *cartoonking1 asked for a fat Lois Lane, based on this classic Superman story, "The Fattest Girl in Metropolis." Remember, Lois Lane is a well defined, strong female character, except for all the times they had something dumb happen to her so she'd be humiliated.
Can't believe I never saw this one until now. Awesome job dude, it's a very excellent tribute.
Nicely drawn and this reminds me of that old image from that comic.
You know, I wish they'd do a female character that's fat, proud to be fat, and don't have her lose weight. Big Bertha doesn't count. Or a cartoon at least, like on adult swim or something similar.
rw:i remember this.
Very nicely drawn!
Always great to see Lois a bit bloated. Lovely job.
What a wonderful homage! Great work!
This is pretty accurate. Wow.
i remember this comic. Like the change in outfit you went with and her surprise look in the mirror is good
What interests me here is that the current versions of Lois don't look like what I remember as a kid. Both the drawn cartoons themselves, and the two actresses I best remember from the 1950's, Phyllis Coates and Noel Neil (TV), all had a far more severe look to them than anything I've seen here in a while. A lot of that was '50's style, but part of it is small facial details. None of those versions of Lois was ever remotely 'cute', pretty perhaps, but never cute.
Love the facial expressions, and as much as that story is stupid/sexist/insane, it's one of my favorites from the Silver Age.
It defiantly has a retro feel to it but still updated and sleeker so to speak.
This is pretty cute.