On a side not however, Violent Lois made me think of how she would react to a villain attacking Earth:
BRAINIAC: Human of Earth, submit to Brainiac. Your pitiful life as you know it is, URKK!! (Lois grabs Brainiac by the throat.)
LOIS: Alright, you LISTEN UP, you Green, Alien, SON-OF-A-B@#$! THIS IS MY, PLANET! YOU WANNA GET F@#$ED UP?!
LOIS: THEN GET THE F@#$ OUTTA HERE!!!! (Flings Brainiac over her shoulder, into a brick wall!)
And Clark, too. I guess.
You're just the best.
Damn I love your takes on these guys. THey just...they make me smile. The abundant personality, the bright colours, that Lois is headlocking Jimmy and giving him a noogie. I may practically have an allergic reaction to Man of Steel, but I would consume the crap out of whatever medium this was presented in.
I don't want to eat pheaces. I just want to enjoy good Superman.
Violent Lois is amazing, and I think I need that Shoot Me shirt.
I like the first lois in her line. I like the expression. (though, I probably like the violent looking Lois because she reminds me of the one from Lois and Clark. ^_^" )
...is she throwing Clark there? O_o Is that even humanly possible?
Meek Clark isn't much like Clark in my favorite version of the show, but I do think he's cute this way. ...Who is he really? Is he truly Superman or truly Clark? The Lois and Clark version was pretty transparent, but I'm not sure I understand the bumbling reporter version of Clark.
it is possible for a normal human to throw him, if they catch him by surprise. Batman did it once when he came to Metropolis in Superman: The Animated Series.
Clark: Big, clumsy Kansas, farm boy. He's meek and quiet as he never stood-out growing-up, but he has a lot of potential hidden beneath those glasses and frumpy clothing. The one thing that people will take away is that he has a big heart and cares for everyone.
Lois: Smart, determined, and touch as nails. She is curious (some would say overly so), driven and trying to prove that she deserves to be there as much (if not more) than anyone else. Her relationship with Jimmy is very much that of an older sister; a bit of a bully at times, but she cares for him.
Jimmy: Young, impressionable and more eager to prove himself than Lois. He looks-up to Lois & Clark, hoping to be half the reporter either of them are right now. He might have been cool before arriving at the Daily Planet, but found his reputation didn't translate into the real world. His desire to prove himself gets him in to trouble, both by letting Lois talk him into dangerous assignments and on his own.
But I think my favorite thing is that you gave Clark trousers that are cut a bit short so they show off his socks, I absolutely love that to bits.