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Fictional broadsheet newspaper appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with Superman. Wikipedia

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    • The Daily Planet (a common setting of Superman) was first named in a newspaper strip of Superman around November 1939.DC Comics-Wikipedia
    • Lois is a journalist for the Daily Planet, one of the best investigative reporters and the best at the newspaper she works at.Lois Lane-Wikipedia
    • In the earliest stories, he worked for The Daily Star, but the second episode of the radio serial changed this to the Daily Planet.Superman-Wikipedia
    • New York City doubled for Metropolis, while the New York Daily News Building served as the location for the offices of the Daily Planet.Superman (1978 film)-Wikipedia
    • Clark Kent resides in the fictional American city of Metropolis, where he works as a journalist for the Daily Planet.Superman-Wikipedia
    • The Daily Planet opposes Luthor and he retaliates in ways that leave the newspaper almost bankrupt.Lex Luthor-Wikipedia

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