Superman, Vol. 5: President Lex

Superman Vol President Lex A massive trade paperback collecting the tale of Metropolis most powerful man making his way to the White House The stories reprinted from ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN PRESIDENT LUTHOR SECRET FILES S

  • Title: Superman, Vol. 5: President Lex
  • Author: Jeph Loeb J.M. DeMatteis Joe Kelly Greg Rucka Mark Schultz Karl Kesel Ed McGuinness Duncan Rouleau
  • ISBN: 9781563899744
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • A massive trade paperback collecting the tale of Metropolis most powerful man making his way to the White House The stories, reprinted from ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN 581, PRESIDENT LUTHOR SECRET FILES, SUPERMAN LEX 2000, SUPERMAN 162 165, SUPERMAN MAN OF STEEL 108 110, and ACTION COMICS 773, also include guest appearances by Aquaman, Tempest, Batman and the JLA

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      Published :2019-06-08T01:18:15+00:00

    1 thought on “Superman, Vol. 5: President Lex”

    1. No sé porqué he visto un paralelismo demasiado claro entre la carrera política de Lex Luthor y Donald Trump, pero este cómic me ha parecido visionario.

    2. If I had to summarize this story arc in a single word, that word would be: lolwhat.Definitely whenever you are doing a serious story like an AU of the 2000 presidential election, you should be sure to include an interlude where Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (things have been published under that title this century? Seriously?) is plagued by Bizarro Superman #1 (how many of them are there, FFS?). That is totally tonally appropriate and not at all WTF.Every artist who contributed to this arc has thei [...]

    3. This was a solid collection. Not my favorite, but it was certainly entertaining and worth reading. The obvious political themes of this comic are very timely and relative, but I like how the overarching theme is one of optimism and ultimate faith in the American system. Some of the comics seemed a bit more juvenile (especially in the art style), but then there were others that would ask some very mature questions (particularly the one that Lois Lane narrated). In that comic, Lois wondered about [...]

    4. The best part of this for me was Lex seeing all the sandwiches and food named after Superman on a menu and then seeing The Lex being liver or tongue your choice and being like welp Mercy gonna run for President.

    5. This is a rare one in that *everything* about it sucks. The story, the writing, the characterization (especially of Superman), the art (it's pretty bad). Hell, even the *lettering* sucks. I don't know how this ever got past the editors.

    6. Pretty good story. With the United States presidential election coming around the year 2000, and with Lex Luthor's involvement in the events after No Man's Land that DC Comics creates an angle so unthinkable that it proves to be an amazing story. Alexander Joseph 'Lex' Luthor runs for the Presidency of the Unites States of America.Wow. I've heard that Presidential elections are the lesser of two evils but this was just unbelievable. I know that most of Lex's criminal behavior can be successfully [...]

    7. What an interesting premise: Lex Luthor decides to run for president and uses his prodigious wealth and power to win. I liked the overall story, but became mired in the hyper-inflated DC Comics soaps-verse. It would be interesting to see a graphic novel re-imagining of this tale as opposed to a collection of disparate "weeklys" thrown together.

    8. Hey! Here's a really good idea for a comic story, let's have one of the most evil bastards on the planet get elected President!What's more fun than making every super hero in the country look like complete impotent knuckleheads?Hated evil, businessman Lex, and thought this was the stupidest idea in comic book history.

    9. I need to re-read this one sometimes. Lex decides to run for president after being hounded by images of how much the city loves Superman. The story and artwork are good but there is a little bit lacking.

    10. Great concept with some good stuff peppered in, but overall a forgettable, disjointed collection of stories.

    11. It started out interesting and fun and even good But it got worse and worse and even worse. Skip it.

    12. This was one of the gutsiest moves that I have ever read in a book, as Jeph Loeb took a well established character, Lex Luthor, and changed everything you thought you knew about that character.

    13. Fun. Nothing spectacular, and I think all the really good stuff is probably coming in the next book, but it held my interest.

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