There was a bit of a meme back in Silver Age DC.
There were an awful lot of people in Superman's life with the initials L.L.: Lois Lane, Lana Lang, Lori Lemaris, Lex Luthor...Surely just a coincidence combined with a preference for alliterative names.
But someone noticed, and they decided to make a "thing" out of it. And there were a lot--an awful lot--of stories that had increasingly strained discoveries of "hidden" LL's as their punch line.
Eventually the even based an entire issue on some nutsoid LL character using LL to kill Superman:
As my buddy Siskoid blogged about recently, Jimmy Olsen got in on the act:
And, as Godwin's Law tell us, the inevitable result was...
Yeah, let that sink in.
And not just a general, either--
But Lotte Lutz is not the most amazing or most egregious LL in the story. No, it's this:
Eventually Jimmy screws up, and Himmler and Goering are trying to chase him down, when...
Any, at that exact moment, the "time-bomb" runs out of juice, and Jimmy is brought back to the present...where he realizes:
I think I can say this without fear of contradiction: when you start using parts of the Nazi swastika to make your LL's, you've probably gone too far. Even though the idea of Goering and Himmler getting beaned by giant L's does have some appeal...No, no, sorry. When your little meme runs into Nazism, you've just gone too far. Period.
Fullest apologies for stepping into Siskoid's Jimmy Olsen turf...
From Jimmy Olsen #86 (1965)