Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor is the founder of LexCorp and an important businessman and Superman's archenemy. Following Darkseid's invasion, fearing what Superman could make to the Earth, he founded the Legion of Doom in order to defeat the Justice League and pursue his own criminal operations.


Justice League: The Flashpoint ParadoxEdit

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Lex in Flashpoint

Luthor was part of Deathstroke's Pirate crew at the time, however his scene was cut short after Aquaman and his armies stormed Deathstroke's ship, killing Luthor and Deathstroke onborad.

Justice League: Throne of AtlantisEdit

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Lex visit Orm

After the Ocean Master was imprisoned in Belle Reve Prison, Lex went to visit him, and offered him a proposal.[1]

Justice League vs. Teen TitansEdit

He reappeared as the leader of the Legion of Doom, and attacked the Hall of Justice. He fought Superman in his battlesuit but ended up defeated.[2]

The Death of SupermanEdit

Lex Luthor was put under house arrest for his activities. He was later visited by an annoyed Superman who accused him of planning attacks on Mayor Booker through the Intergang armed with Apokoliptan technology, which Luthor subtly denied. Before leaving, Superman tells Luthor, "This city's never going to love you just for hating me", a comment which seriously vexed Lex.[3]

After most of the Justice League have been beaten, Lex Luthor appears and battles Doomsday, blasting him with a powerful energy cannon across the city, and is the first hit to even scratch him. However, when he attempted to get a sample, he was swiftly overpowered and his battle suit was torn apart. Superman recovered just in time to save him.

Reign of the SupermenEdit

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Batman: Hush Edit

Luthor is visited by Batman asking for information on a delivery list of an ethylene compound to track down Poison Ivy's location. Luthor provided him with the location and demanded to be treated with respect, since he was a Justice League member now. Batman reminded him that he was only a probationary member, much to Luthor's ire.



Comic booksEdit


  1. Corson, Heath (writer) & Spaulding, Ethan (director) (January 27, 2015). Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.
  2. Miller, Bryan Q., Burnett, Alan (writers) & Liu, Sam (director) (April 12, 2016). Justice League vs. Teen Titans.
  3. Tomasi, Peter J. (writer), Liu, Sam & Castorena, Jake (directors) (July 24, 2018). The Death of Superman.


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