werner roth

anonymous asked:

I kind of noticed how some people are just negative and say things that can only support there arguments in order to make a character look down and not really saying all the positive things Marvel has done for Lorna. I think I know what you mean about "people" They just want Magneto to be the only one who's good enough.

I’m glad people are beginning to wake the fuck up (please excuse my language). One thing for sure is that Polaris is more than an alluring personality. I always get the impression that the people here (and few other sites) who hate Polaris hate it solely because it’s Magneto’s only daughter and the only Mistress. My guess would be people fear that Polaris is slowly going to acquire Magneto’s place and we are seeing this right now. I don’t see why “hate” or better yet, envy because she actually does have her moments. She has a fun personality. She is considered quite beautiful with green eyes and emerald, cascading hair. People are so mean that someone even offered Marvel $1 for the rights to Polaris and her abilities (And this person is considered a “valuable fan” of this particular character so called, Lorna Dane. People who act like they’re “fans” but then you see them downgrading her all the time and everywhere they go) lol.

Polaris was Created by Arnold Drake, Don Heck, Werner Roth and Jim Steranko, 4 awesome writer and artists Marvel legends. Polaris first appeared in The X-Men #49 (October, 1968). So I’m sure Polaris is extremely more valuable than just a $1 especially that she’s Magneto’s daughter. Marvel wouldn’t give her away. Marvel wouldn’t even kill this character for god’s sake. There are reasons to be impressed that Lorna is still in comic books today. Marvel knows she’s a powerfully and mysteriously attractive female. No one can deny that Lorna is fascinating, seductive, and, of course, often extremely GORGEOUS. She’s a very valuable character and she cost more than what we think. She was one of the first X-Men to be introduced as the Queen of Mutants and still is. And don’t forget one of Polaris’s most iconic images, the cover of X-Men #50, which also happened to be the first time that famous X-Men logo was ever used :)

So yeah, I can see the hate.

Superman’s Girl Friend Lois Lane #121 (April 1972)
Written by Cary Bates, art by Werner Roth and Vince Colletta

In this first issue of Lois Lane’s brief feminist revolution, Lois quit her job at the Daily Planet to become a freelance reporter. She was no longer interested in doing what other people told her to do; Lois was ready to be her own woman, and write the stories that she was passionate about. Perry White and Jimmy Olsen were flummoxed, but Lois was adamant. It was the dawn of a new era for Lois Lane, that lasted until editor Dorothy Woolfolk got fired seven issues later.

**Investigating Lois Lane: The Turbulent History of the Daily Planet’s Ace Reporter is on sale March 1, 2016**