In the depiction were characters that are altered versions of the original Justice Society of America, including Wonder Woman.
comic in which a pair of fraudulent magicians cast a "spell" on Lane, making her believe she has superpowers.
Superman is forced to play along with the ruse for a time, using super-speed to invisibly intervene in Lane's adventures, supporting the illusion.
Taking the alias Lois Lane, Superwoman is an Amazon by birth, and has risen through the ranks to become the chief editor of the Daily Planet in what she calls "Patriarch's World".
This disguise resembles Wonder Woman's secret identity of Diana Prince.
A compliant sexual deviant, he does what she tells him in exchange for the favour of watching when she changes her outfit and receiving pieces of it for his "disguise kit".
He is so besotted that he ignores her gibes and insults, even when she taunting refers to him as, "Superwoman's Snitch, Jimmy Olsen," and prints it in the Planet.
At the Planet, Superwoman is shown to upset her colleagues; the antimatter-Cat Grant refers to Superwoman as "Queen Bitch", and negatively alludes to her "friendship" with the antimatter Jimmy Olsen.
Olsen is the only civilian who knows of Superwoman's secret identity.
Unlike her pre-Crisis counterpart, her magic lasso doesn't change shape, but releases the inhibitions of anyone tied with it (just as Wonder Woman's compels victims to tell the truth).
She also possesses heat vision, as Superman and Ultraman do.
This Superwoman was a member of the Crime Syndicate of America, a villainous counterpart of the Justice League of America from the parallel world of "Earth-Three" (vs. Superwoman, like Wonder Woman, was an Amazon, and possessed similar powers of super-strength and flight.