When it comes to DC Comics, anything is possible. In what is described as an imaginary story, Bruce Wayne is hopelessly in love with Lois Lane, but can’t do anything about it because she is Superman’s girlfriend. He even has a room with all the expensive gifts that he wanted to give her but couldn’t. Instead he keeps them in a creepy shrine room that even surprises Robin. It is even full of manikins that look like Lois, dressed in jewelry and expensive clothing. It is already clear that he is obsessed with her, but do Batman and Lois Lane get married at some point? They do, and in a story that is better written than I anticipated.
Bruce knows that Lois is going to be at a masquerade party, so he dresses up as Achilles, complete helmet and shield. Lois is there dressed as Joan of Arc. She oddly brought a horse with her to the party. (I guess she takes her masquerade parties super seriously.) When the horse gets spooked and almost attacks Lois, Bruce takes his shield and saves her life. The horse falls into a pool, and Superman shows up with Wonder Woman to save the horse. Lois expects Superman to stay, but he claims that he has to leave on a mission along side Wonder Woman. Lois gets jealous and asks Superman what he finds appealing about Wonder Woman. The two fly away, leaving Bruce with an opening to ask Lois out on a date. She doesn’t see why not, since he is rich and handsome. She doesn’t know yet that he is Batman, as we find out later that Batman and Lois Lane get married.
Bruce takes Lois on a super impressive date, water skiing (or whatever it’s called) and he is so muscular that he holds her on one shoulder while doing this. Ironically, Lois points out that Bruce is no super hero, but he is a barrel of fun. They draw closer together in the following weeks, going fishing and dancing and such. Eventually they kiss and Bruce proposes marriage. Batman tells Superman about his intentions, and he is pissed off. He pretends that he is not and gives Batman his blessings. Later, Superman is in a special room in his Arctic Fortress. Just like Batman, he has a room with Lois manikins and statues. He proceeds to punch one to pieces out of anger. He is mad because she was his girlfriend for years, and now she is going to marry his best friend. His tone changes into sorrow as the statue is among his most precious mementos and he can’t deny that he loves her.
Finally the day comes where Batman and Lois Lane get married. It is the happiest day for Bruce and the saddest day for Superman. In fact, Superman is Bruce’s best man and has to stand next to him during the wedding. Afterward, Bruce and Lois are prepared to leave for their honeymoon but first he shows her the Batcave. While inside Bruce dresses like Batman, then takes off his mask and cowl to show her his true identity. She loves it, hugging him as they spin around. He says that after the honeymoon, he will explain the secrets of the Batcave with her. In the shadows, Robin is super jealous. He thinks about how there was a time when he came first, and Batman would share his secrets with him only. He figures that he will be the low man on the totem pole, and he should leave the nest and start fighting crime on his own, without Batman.
A year later, Lois Lane gives birth to their son, Bruce Wayne Jr. A few years go by and Batman wants to train him a Batman Jr so he will take his place someday. Again Robin is jealous that he will not be his heir. Robin proceeds to train him in all the skills that are needed, such as throwing Batarangs. Things take a turn for the worst when some criminals trick Batman’s friends, including Lois, into having their brainwaves recorded, and since Lois showed a strong reaction to hearing news about Batman, they guess that she probably knows his identity. They torture her until she gives a name. She says Clark Kent because it is the first name she could think of without giving away Bruce’s identity. They eventually capture the criminals with a trap. But the meat and potatoes of this comic is that Batman and Lois Lane get married, and you can read it for yourself (Affiliate Link) in Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane issue 89. The artwork in this issue is excellent, and Lois looks especially lovely throughout the issue. Be sure to grab it.