Friday, April 30, 2010

The Return of Lex Luthor

Well, he's done it again. That bastard Lex Luthor has committed crimes on a mass scale -- and got away scot-free.

I knew that a presidential pardon was on the way. That cover of Lex in his snazzy suit telegraphed that move. And I knew he would do something to go against the Brainiac as well. It's only a matter of time before General Lane falls for that same trick -- if he hasn't already.

"I doubt they've even had time to think." That's classic Luthor, through and through. Twenty steps ahead and more, ready to take everyone out using only the strength of his intellect. I've said it before and I'll say it again: this is why Lex Luthor is the most dangerous man on Earth.

Now, the question becomes... What will Lex due with his new found freedom? Obviously he's going to be back and LexCorp. But will the people of Metropolis (and the world) accept him back into the fold?

I'm guessing that's where Lex is going to betray General Lane. When the War of the Supermen comes to its end there's going to be one winner only: Lex Luthor. And the people of Earth will forgive him his crimes.

God help us all...

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At 9:18 AM, Blogger SallyP said...

Lex does seem to have this uncanny ability to land on his feet. And there is also the probably manipulation of Larfleeze to take into account. Although the way that Lex was chowing down on that burger or whatever it was in Brightest Day, he won't be staying quite so svelte for long.

At 2:36 PM, Blogger Sea-of-Green said...

Oh, Lex has been chubby before. He survived. :-)


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