What he learns in the far future changes Lex Luthor from Superman's greatest enemy to a threat to the very concept of justice.
Lex Luthor has always been a bad guy, but that doesn't mean he hasn't done some good along the way. CBR counts down 15 times Lex saved the day.
Who are the smartest villains in DC and Marvel Comics history? We count down the top evil geniuses in comics who use their brains as brawn!
One of Metropolis' defenders is destined for greater - and more despotic - things.
With numerous "Smallville" actors revisiting the world of Superman on "Supergirl," CBR wonders if Michael Rosenbaum could be the next to return.
A "Suicide Squad" sequel seems likely, and here are 10 morally ambiguous DC Comics characters that could make perfect additions to Task Force X.
Dan Jurgens explains why Superman's upcoming confrontation with Doomsday has to go differently than it did in 1992's clash.
Classic foes, from Batman and The Joker to Spider-Man and Venom, face off in little works of art created with espresso and foam.
The "Batman v Superman" site features interactive logic puzzles that help LexCorp create the "first neural network based operating system."
The biggest villain in the DC Universe is more than comic relief as the two-faced Lex Luthor of Jesse Eisenberg takes to Metropolis.
Jesse Eisenberg sees his Lex Luthor as a definite villain, but with a "core of reality" and a "tragic" back story adding reality to the character.
Jesse Eisenberg's genius villain graces a variant cover for January's issue of "Wired" magazine.
Superman's greatest enemy (and Justice League teammate) has the power of a New God in Francis Manapul's cover for "Darkseid War: Lex Luthor."
Diamond Select Toys unveils more Marvel and movie Minimates while Play Arts Kai shows off Black Widow and Captain America.
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