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Fat Lois Lane Commission by kastemel Fat Lois Lane Commission by kastemel
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.
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:iconstuffedbellylover:
Lovely!

Best wishes,

Chris
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:icontawdry-turtle:
Very nicely drawn!
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Kamackazi Nov 11, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Always great to see Lois a bit bloated. Lovely job.
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:icondr-spy:
What a wonderful homage! Great work!
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:iconkakuepsilon:
This is pretty accurate. Wow.
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ShivaTheSarcastic Nov 9, 2013  Student Artist
Wonderful!
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:iconpmug:
i remember this comic. Like the change in outfit you went with and her surprise look in the mirror is good
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Forcedlactationlover Nov 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
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.
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:icontsuchroma:
Love the facial expressions, and as much as that story is stupid/sexist/insane, it's one of my favorites from the Silver Age.
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