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Superman: Lex 2000 Vol 1 1

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"Lex Luthor: Triumph Over Tragedy": Catherine Grant conducts a special WGBS Lex Luthor retrospective, illuminating the road that brought Lex from the poverty of Suicide Slum to the Presidency. As the polls


Quote1 If President Kennedy brought about a new Camelot in America, it is safe to believe that Mr. Luthor will bring about a new Eden, where we need no longer fear any serpents bearing gifts, but instead come to enjoy the fruits that a good man's soul has seeded. Lex Luthor -- a true super-man. Quote2
-- Collin Thornton



Appearing in "Lex Luthor: Triumph Over Tragedy"

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Synopsis for "Lex Luthor: Triumph Over Tragedy"

Catherine Grant conducts a special WGBS Lex Luthor retrospective, illuminating the road that brought Lex from the poverty of Suicide Slum to the Presidency. As the polls continue to show a strong showing for Lex Luthor, Lex has Cat edit her program, excising certain clips that cast Lex into a negative light.

Appearing in "One or the Other"

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Synopsis for "One or the Other"

As news hits the wire of new President-elect Lex Luthor, Batman breaks into Lexcorp Tower and confronts Lex in his penthouse office. Though he's powerless to prevent Lex's ascendancy to the highest office in the nation, he insists that Luthor surrender to him the Kryptonite Ring that he once used to keep Superman at bay. Lex scoffs at Batman's threats and reminds him that he now has the resources to completely turn his world upside down. Lex dismisses Batman as if he were no more than a petulant child saying, "You're boring me". Frustrated, Batman leaves. Luthor opens up a secret wall panel and stares amusingly at the coveted Kryptonite ring.

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Synopsis for "Where Were You?"

News of Lex Luthor winning the 2000 presidential election hits the world. Perry White scrambles the Daily Planet staff together and frenetically doles out assignments. Clark is tasked with interviewing world leaders and getting their reactions.

Appearing in "He Knows"

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Synopsis for "He Knows"

Inwardly, Clark Kent is seething with rage. He cannot believe that the American public actually elected Lex Luthor. He changes to Superman and vents his anger on a small desolate moon near Saturn. Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter monitor his reactions from the Justice League Watchtower.

Appearing in "Lana's Story"

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Synopsis for "Lana's Story"

Superman returns to Smallville to discuss matters with Lana Lang. They discuss the time that Lex Luthor had Lana kidnapped and tortured [1] Superman cannot understand how Lana can support Lex's presidency. Lana believes that Pete Ross, serving as Lex's vice president, will provide positive change for the country, despite Lex's intentions.

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