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  1. "I Am Curious (Black)!" (Lois Lane, Superman, Benny the Beret, Dave Stevens) written by Robert Kanigher, penciled by Werner Roth and inked by Vince Colletta. In order to do a story on Metropolis' Little Africa neighborhood, Lois undergoes a transformation to live as a black woman. The title comes from the film "I Am Curious (Yellow)". It is also revealed in this story that Lois' and Dave Stevens blood type is Type-O Negative. Reprinted in Superman in the Seventies and Lois Lane: A Celebration of 75 Years.
  2. "Wonder Women of History" Reprinted from Wonder Woman #53.
  3. "Where Do You Plant a Thorn?" (Rose and the Thorn, Danny Stone, Vince Adams and the 100) written by Robert Kanigher, penciled by Ross Andru and inked by Mike Esposito.
  4. "Women of Distinction" Reprinted from Wonder Woman #81.
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'I Am Curious (Black)!' is one of the Bronze Age DC Comics that shows a growing movement toward social relevance. No doubt inspired as much by Black Like Me as by the films I Am Curious (Blue) and I Am Curious (Yellow), from which it gets its title, the story has Lois Lane doing a story on Metropolis' Little Africa borough. When she is unable to get any of the black residence to speak with her, she has Superman use Dahr-Nel's Plastimold Machine in the Fortress of Solitude to transform her int...

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