“The Death of Superman” Story Arc Explained
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Are you excited to see Justice League, or have you already seen it and want to know more about the comic book story arc that inspired Superman’s on-screen adventures? Well, this series is for you! Story Arc Explained takes massive, complex, and hugely important comic book storylines and breaks them down into short videos to get you up to speed on the comic book you didn’t read!

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  1. I don’t think he was the dumbest villain cause there are worse far far worse but I still enjoy going back and reading it every once in a while

  2. Lex wasn’t “thought to be reformed.” he had actually cloned himself a new body because he was dying of kryptonite induced cancer. The transferred his brain or mind into the new body and was passing himself off as his own, long lost, son, Alexander Luthor II.

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