Daily Planet appears in 1530 issues.
A Daily Planet employee.
Originally created for the TV series "Superman: the Animated Series", Angela Chen was a Daily Planet employee. Several years later, Angela was brought to the comic books where she appeared as a talk show host.
An employee of the Daily Planet during the pre-Crisis universe.
Carmen Figueroa is one of the few new metahumans who was infected by Brainiacs exobytes. She gains super-strength and a became a member of Lex Luthors "Luthor's Legion"
She heads the Entertainment and Arts section of the Daily Planet. She recently returned to Metropolis from Los Angeles, but had to get away from Metropolis when a (recently revealed) robot Toyman killed her son.
Chloe Sullivan is the best friend of Superman, cousin of Lois Lane and a member of the Justice League. She was the long time girlfriend of Jimmy Olsen, but after his death Chloe married Oliver Queen. She worked as a journalist for the Daily Planet but was fired by Lex Luthor. Right now, Chloe works as a journalist for the Star City Register.
Several years later, she was introduced into the comic books as the former girlfriend of Jimmy Olsen and a reporter for an online newspaper.
Cindy Fairfax is one of the few new metahumans who was infected by Brainiacs exobytes. She's a shapeshifter and a member of Lex Luthors "Luthor's Legion"
An activist in the "Little Africa" section of Metropolis and contributor to Little Africa's local paper called the "Black Beacon". Dave was later hired as the Daily Planet's first black columnist.
Right-wing columnist for the Daily Planet who often came into conflict with Clark Kent and Perry White due to their differing political standings.
Franklin Stern was once the owner of the Daily Planet.
George Taylor was the Editor-in-Chief of the Daily Planet. After the relaunch of 2011, he was re-introduced into the DC Universe and is now the publisher of the Daily Star.
A one shot character who appeared in a Superman story in the pre-Crisis universe.
News reporter for the Daily Planet who was interested in Clark Kent.
Izzy Izquierdo is the new hands-off publisher of the Daily Planet. She was introduced into the DC universe after the relaunch of 2011.
Newly hired political correspondent for the Daily Planet.
A photographer for the Daily Planet during the pre-Crisis universe.
Jeff Hage was an intern for the Daily Planet and is now a cub reporter. He belongs to the "Smallville" continuity.
She was a receptionist at the Daily Planet in the pre-Crisis universe.
The Printer's Assistant at the Daily Planet during the pre-Crisis universe.
Jimmy Olsen is a Photojournalist working at the Daily Planet, and a close Friend, of both Clark Kent and Lois Lane.
A cub-reporter at the Daily Planet during the pre-Crisis universe.
Lacy Warfield, was the daughter of a tycoon who took over the Daily Planet in Superman IV: the Quest for Peace. She falls in love with Clark Kent and is the object of affection by Nuclear Man.
Lois Lane is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Daily Planet of Metropolis. She was the first reporter to interview Superman after he first appeared in Metropolis. Superman later revealed his secret identity to her; the two married and have a son, Jon Kent.
Publisher for the Daily Planet of Metropolis.
Miko is a reporter who works for the Daily Planet side by side with Jimmy Olsen.
A one shot character from a Superman story during the Pre-Crisis universe.
An employee of the Daily Planet in the Pre-Crisis universe.
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