DC used to love to do what was called a Fifth Week Event. There are a slew of these collections of special and themed comics out in the Universe that were produced when a month had five weeks. The Girlfrenzy! event is no big surprise, focused on female characters. Some were newbies that were being introduced or fleshed out more as a character, some were like the lead in this book, old stalwarts of the DC Universe. This is a great solo tale of Lois Lane.
One of the great things about this story is that Lois sees her love Superman in the very start of the book, but he leaves and the adventure is all hers. It is good to see this intrepid reporter excel at the craft she practices. It has been easy over the many years of stories with Lois and Superman in them to see her as the "damsel in distress" all to often. Here we are reminded that the character could anchor her own title.
In the Arctic Wilds we have Lois awaiting a source that never appears. This has her striking out on her own with the local sheriff and a woman that takes an interest in the polar bears that are missing. Seems some kids are missing as well. It turns into a freakish corporate experiment when Lois infiltrates and discovers the secrets of a research station on the ice. This is a good story and there is a surprise guest that I will not name. I will hint that it is a secondary DC character. Lois still controls the spotlight throughout the tale.
This is a must for any Lois Lane fan. It also is a good comic that you could give to a young female reader to enjoy. It has a strong female lead and the testosterone fueled art is left off the radar in this one. A good back issue find if you come across it sometime.