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Simone D'Neige was first seen as a reporter at Le Journal Du Monde in Paris. She met Clark Kent when he was in Paris the summer after he graduated from college. Simone became his mentor, with all the "private tutoring" that involved. She dropped him, however, when he canceled an interview to save a bus of tourists (AOS #0). She appeared in Metropolis when Franklin Stern hired her to boost the Planet's circulation (AOS #544). Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Perry White objected to her attempts to sensationalize the headlines, and Lois objected to her proprietary attitude towards Clark. One of the few Daily Planet employees not fired by Lex Luthor, Simone became Lois Lane's boss at LexCom. It is unknown at this stage if she still works for LexCom or the new Daily Planet.
In her first appearance in Adventures of Superman #0, her surname was spelled "D'Neige". When she was reintroduced in Adventures of Superman #543, it was spelled "De Neige" instead. The next issue, it was "De Niege".
First Appearance: Adventures of Superman (1987) #0
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Action Comics (1938)
#738 Adventures of Superman (1987)
- 'Straight On Till Morning'#750
- 'Confidence Job'#751
- 'Sixes and Sevens'#752
- 'Superman, Have You Forsaken Metropolis?'
#0 Superman (1987)
- 'Peer Pressure Part 3 : ...With Powers Beyond Those of Mortal Men'#543
- 'The Honeymoon's Over'#544
- 'Dead Men Walking'#546
- 'Blood & Thunder'#548
- 'Friends, Lovers, and Strangers!'#550
- 'The Secret'#552
- 'Control of Power'#554
- 'Children and Monsters!'#561
- 'Waves of Deception'#562
- 'End of an Era'#564
- 'Visions of Death'#568
- 'Lookin' Good'
#124 Superman Forever (1998)
- 'A Hard Days Night!'#141
- 'Introducing Outburst!'#142
- 'Clark Kent No More'#143
- 'Shattered Illusions'#1000000
- 'Down to Earth'
Superman: King of the World (1999)
Superman: Save the Planet (1998)
Superman: Secret Files (1998)
Superman: The Man of Steel (1991)
#66 Superman: The Man of Tomorrow (1995)
- 'The Shield'#67#69
- 'Deja News'#71
- 'Earth Changes'#83
- 'Shattered Illusions'#85
- 'Creative Differences'#90
- 'A Girl and Her Robot'#1000000
- 'Fear & Loathing'
#11 Supermen of America (1999)
- 'Need to Know'#14
- 'Conspiracy of One+One+One+One+One+One'
Daily Planet (DC)(Post Crisis)
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