SUN GODwho fell in love with a storyteller.

Love it !!!!!! Still my favourite couple, of all time.

Superman: The Animated Series Memories | Dana Delany & Tim Daly:
↳ “Smallville” was a playful nickname to mask Lois’s hidden feelings she had been developing for Clark. She’d refer to him as “Kent” when she was serious and “Smallville” as playful banter which worked out so well that it was incorporated into the comics [and the hit TV show Smallville] as the official nickname.

Love it !!!!

SMALLVILLE: Erica Durance & Tom Welling » September 22, 2004
↳ 10 years ago today, Erica Durance made her debut as Lois Lane in the episode ‘CRUSADE’. Not only that, we got to see Lois & Clark’s iconic first meeting and the start of the fantastic chemistry between Tom Welling & Erica Durance.

"It was only a matter of time until… Lois."

magpieandwhale:

ladydorian:

romansva:

" Unreal Estate " by Tim Doyle

Bleeding Gums Murphy!!

Oh my gosh, because yes, what we needed was a Daniel Danger-style take on Springfield. This is amazing.

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erwinnsmith:

i respect all ships

no no, except that one, that’s gross and you need jesus.

catie-does-things:

Lois Lane is literally the most important person in existence.

(Smallville: Continuity #4)

In other media: Lois and Clark

(Requested by anon)

wgpunkrocker:

Awwww.


Superman and Lois Lane Pin Up by inkoutofthebox

Superman and Lois Lane Pin Up by inkoutofthebox

Lois and Clark: TNAoS Memories | Teri Hatcher & Dean Cain:
↳ “We had some great chemistry on-screen…” - Dean Cain [x]

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Lois and Clark, Clark and Lois,
                      … Kent and Lane. Lane and Kent

GET TO KNOW: CLARK KENT [SUPERMAN]
↳ “A good Superman story fills you with awe. It’s the mythology of a sun god who wished he was a man because he saw something so great in us. It’s the story of a hero who could move whole worlds and see through stars and hear a whisper on the other side of the planet… who fell in love with a storyteller.”

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theartisticfool:

thouartfucked:

You want to read the story again. It was well written, and the plot was genius.You remember everything about the story. Except the title and author.

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