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Old 11-25-2017, 01:56 AM   #1
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Default Every Version Of Lois Lane, Ranked From Worst To Best

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1. ERICA DURANCE (SMALLVILLE)

It takes a really special performer to turn a minor recurring role into a series headlining gig. Thankfully for Lois fans everywhere, Erica Durance is that kind of special performer.

Initially brought onto Smallville for a short term recurring role in season 4, Durance’s Lois had each and every part of what makes Lois such a perfectly human character from the very beginning.

She had sharp wit in spades, teasing Clark whenever she could and calling him “Smallville” to rile him up. Her investigative interest blossomed from the very beginning, whether working alongside her cousin Chloe and Clark in high school or earning her way to the top of the ranks at the Daily Planet.

She was guarded and vulnerable in equal measure, able to kick ass and defend herself, but also capable of being swept off her feet into a grand, series-spanning romance. Above all else, she was a hero in her own right, wonderfully flawed and human, but undeniably worth rooting for.

Smallville may have set out to be the story of the making of Superman, but along the way, the making of Lois Lane became just as important, all thanks to Erica Durance’s magnetic performance.
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Erica is really good on Smallville, but my favorite is Margot Kidder (at least in the first two films)
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