Superman: They Saved Luthor's Brain!

Superman They Saved Luthor s Brain Archivillain Lex Luther has finally found a way to keep Superman at bay thanks to a simple gold ring set with a Kryptonite stone But the Kryptonite proves dangerous to humans too causing Luthor to

  • Title: Superman: They Saved Luthor's Brain!
  • Author: Roger Stern John Byrne Bob McLeod Jackson Butch Guice Kieron Dwyer Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9781563896019
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Superman: They Saved Luthor's Brain!

    Archivillain Lex Luther has finally found a way to keep Superman at bay, thanks to a simple gold ring set with a Kryptonite stone But the Kryptonite proves dangerous to humans, too, causing Luthor to lose his hand to radiation poisoning Faced with declining health, Luthor fakes his own death, returning to plague the Man of Steel once in a young, vital body with a fuArchivillain Lex Luther has finally found a way to keep Superman at bay, thanks to a simple gold ring set with a Kryptonite stone But the Kryptonite proves dangerous to humans, too, causing Luthor to lose his hand to radiation poisoning Faced with declining health, Luthor fakes his own death, returning to plague the Man of Steel once in a young, vital body with a full head of hair.

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    One thought on “Superman: They Saved Luthor's Brain!

    1. Printable Tire

      What a let down. I read this to get some closure from the one thing left hanging at the end of "Death and Life of Superman," namely Lex Luthor II still being around. Little did I know this graphic compilation precedes the "Death and Life" storyline and deals with Luthor transplanting his brain into his "son" - which itself remains a "secret" until the last part, even though it's obvious from the title.Instead of giving us actual comic books, this collection cuts-and-pastes only the pages from 19 [...]

    2. Zachary King

      I’m a sucker for the Triangle Era of Superman titles, and this volume fills in a gap in my collection by exploring how it came to be that Lex Luthor was replaced by his "son" Lex II. The cut-and-paste nature of this collection can be a little jarring, but the storytelling is crisp and classical.

    3. Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*

      I have to ask you, is it humanly possible to have a cooler name than that? When I saw this baby on Ebay I just had to have it. It's as cool (in my usual dorky sense) in person as it is in this picture.For some reason I love Superman. I was never into superheroes and comics until my late twenties, which is a bit unusual, but there you go. To me the man of steel is likely the best of them all, but I have to say I'm definitely biased since my guilty pleasure is the drama-laden Smallville. For anoth [...]

    4. Ryan Haupt

      This was a collection of comics from the 90's. Theoretically this could be interesting back-matter is someone is confused why Luthor has hair in the Death of Superman story, beyond that, it's a bit silly and hasn't much affected modern continuity.

    5. Bob

      I pencilled Superman for DC for about two years, and this is a collection of some of my work there. I wasn't happy with the inker or colorist on the stories, so I don't think the art is anything to get excited about, but the stories are good if you like Superman comics.

    6. Nicolas

      This was just a weird, kooky time in Superman's history. Matrix Supergirl, Lex Luthor II, the engagement it made for an uneven and dull story.

    7. Lynda

      Lex Luthor has always been my favorite villain. An immortal Luthor is a great idea. Poor Lex, it's too bad that he never wins in the long run.

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