Following up on yesterday's modern Super Lois figure, here is a fantastic representation of an empowered Lois as she appeared several times in the early 1960s. DC Direct produced many great Silver and Golden Age figures during its run, and I think collectors are unfortunately very unlikely to see products like this made again. I love modern styles by all means, but the classics are just timeless. (Excuse me while I mourn). This version of Lois was a pleasant surprise for me. When I heard news of a single-packed wave of SA Superman figures, I assumed any ladies we got would just be redecos of the Deluxe Box Set figures from 5 years prior. But no, instead we got this amazing piece of Superman history. Her colors are bright, her hair is exquisitely dated, and her face looks downright mischievous. Sculptor Karen Palinko did an amazing job capturing that Silver Age style with a lot of personality. Let's check Lois out in detail below!
Here are a couple classic covers featuring this costume.
Her articulation is basic like all DC Direct figures of the time. There isn't a ton of poseability, but there also isn't any marring of the sculpt from too many joints.
Time for a Comparison Pic!