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  1. I Am Curious (Black)! (Lois Lane, Superman, Benny / written by Robert Kanigher : Reprinted in: Superman in the Seventies) 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' blood type is Type-O Negative. 
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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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