Clark Kent/Lois Lane

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Pairing
Pairing: Clark Kent/Lois Lane
Alternative name(s): Clois, CK/LL
Gender category: Het, M/F
Fandom: DC Comics, DC Comics Animated Universe, Superman, Superman Returns, Smallville, Man of Steel, Justice League
Canonical?: Yes
Prevalence: popular
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Clark/Lois is a pairing of Clark Kent (Superman) and Lois Lane in the DC Comics universe and the various other versions.

Canon

Comics

Lois & Clark

The early seasons of the show revolved around the couple's UST and the love triangle with Superman, even though Lois nearly marries Lex Luthor and both date others (Mayson Drake, Dan Scardino). Once Lois learns Clark's alternate identity, they soon get engaged, but there's a weird & unpopular arc where Clark accidentally marries a frog-eating Lois clone before the couple finally marry. Most of the final season has them working together as husband and wife.

DCAU

Smallville

Lois and Clark originally only had a brother/sister relationship in the first couple seasons together (both also officially paired off with other people). They become canon in Season 9, officially dating, while in Season 10 had them getting engaged.

Films

Fandom

Comics

Lois & Clark

The pairing is almost completely dominant in this fandom, with very little else written, except occasionally as a prequel to the "true" relationship. Tropes include:

DCAU

Smallville

With Lois Lane's first appearance in Season 4, the pairing took off in a big way. Some fans had already shipped them together do their comicsverse relationship and the fact that it was more than likely endgame, however a lot of other fans were disappointed the series went that way due to them shipping Clark with Chloe, Lana or Lex. The pairing is sometimes referred to as 'Clois'.

Films

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Examples Wanted: Editors are encouraged to add more examples or a wider variety of examples.

Lois & Clark

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