"This one has been asking for a woman named Lois." - Superman and Lois Lane in DC: The New Frontier
“When I think at those ten years… It was a wonderful journey, I’ve worked with really great people. In my mind I’ve never really said goodbye to my character anyway. When the show ended it was like all of us were thanking Clark Kent because he finally became the man we all wanted him to be so in a way it felt good.” — Tom Welling [x]
For me, bringing Lois in was quite a personal thing, because having to do such horrible, horrible things to her in Injustice, the first thing I asked when I got on the book was if I could bring back Lois. Then it was just a matter of working out exactly how. And I think too with an evil Superman on that world, you need Lois there. It instantly makes people think they have to come together. And she offers something that no one else does, and that’s hope. When there’s Lois, you have that possibility that she can turn this evil man around. And that’s something that we’ll be exploring. So, to me, bringing back Lois was incredibly important.
— Tom Tayor, writer, Earth 2 [x]