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#1 Posted by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

Well it was very good pre-doomed but the crossovers and the lack of Tony Daniel art have really hurt it. Oh well Tomasi is sure to make a fine job of it. I really just hope that isn't Superman and Wonder Woman don't have a son in the future.

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#3 Edited by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

Images from Batman Eternal preview at geekmom:

This is just embarrassing for him.

#4 Posted by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

@cave_duck: Not really, Lex wants to join the League and Bruce says no.

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#6 Edited by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

@animelegend68: People like to pretend that the media they consume reflects a true possible reality. (Batman will break his fist if he punches Superman with Kryptonite). When some form of media makes overt implications that this is not the case ( Bugs Bunny survives a 300-foot fall) then they can finally accept that this art form is not governed by the same rules that govern our earth. For that reason people attribute the so called "toon force" to creatures like Bugs Bunny in order to explain their inexpiable powers.

#7 Edited by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

No, I consider his future to be this:

With Superman and Batman being best friends and crime all but eliminated.

#8 Posted by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591: Exactly so Lex never really changed who he was. He seized power because he was a selfish prick and when he defeated Superman he was still a selfish prick. His belief in his own superiority was then validated by future successes in shaping society. He was the one who eventually spawned Superman in the first place, further cementing his place as the best of humanity. Lex Luthor is not and should never be the best of humanity. What I do like about the ending is that Luthor's uber-capitalism eventually led to the decay of the planet. You could say I suppose the he failed in the long term, but Superman failed most of all by failing to inspire humanity to rise above their own desires.

#9 Edited by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

Sounds like you're confusing Justice League 31 with 32.

#10 Posted by PapiNacho (2420 posts) - - Show Bio

@superguy1591: Red Star Lex never actually changes his character thought, he is simply validated in his beliefs once he defeats Superman.