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Clark bursts into Lex Luthor's office, just as Luthor is speaking to someone via radio. He tells Luthor he saw the signals and knows he sabotaged the Army choppers. Luthor is amused that he thinks anyone could possibly convict him on such evidence and demands to know who designed the technology that allows him to fly. Clark remains silent, angering Luthor with his impudence. At that moment, LexCorp's armored security barges in, with Lois and Jimmy right behind them.

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COMIC VINE'S TOP 100 SUPERMAN STORIES reviewed!#9: 'Birthright'This series is pretty much a huge disappointment by now. I had some hope after last issue - but that was all action - once we're back to storytelling, both writing and art have some issues.The problem with the writing comes down to plot and continuity. Basically 'Birthright' undoes almost every good thing John Byrne did to fix the bloated and corny stuff in Superman comics and resets things to Silver Age norms. In other words, Clark ...

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