Lex Luthor - Superman: The Animated Series (1996-2000) "I own Metropolis. My technology built it, my will keeps it going, and nearly two-thirds of its people work for me whether they know it or not. Even you have to admit, it's a model of efficiency. And yet, I've often thought... why limit myself to just one city?"
Batman-Superman facts/// y yo que siempre creí que The Daily Planet era propiedad de Lex Luthor... O no?
I love the Christopher Reeve Superman man movies. I watched Superman Returns not long after it came out and enjoyed it a lot too. I had forgotten just how lovingly everyone worked on this movie. Bryan Singer is still the best person to do superhero movies. He really understands them. Brandon Routh did a wonderful job of portraying the Superman we love and still making it his own. Kevin Spacey is a diabolical Lex Luthor. And...whatever happened to Jason? I loved that whole part.
10 Comic Book Characters Who Need Their Own Shows
10 Comic Book Characters Who Need Their Own Shows - Y: The Last Man
Lex Luthor and the Joker
CubeDude Bizzaro An imperfect duplicate of Superman created by Lex Luthor. Using a stolen strand of Superman's DNA, Luthor developed his own "Superman", by dialing 555-LEXX, a person in trouble could have one of Luthor's guardians rescue fly to their aid anytime of the day or night - for a price. Unfortunately for Lex, it didn't work. The cloning process was unstable and the Superman clone mutated into a grotesque parody of the Man of Steel
'Breaking Bad' Presents 'Ozymandias,' The Great And Terrible
Excellent writing by Linda Holmes at NPR: Ozymandias The Great and Terrible (Breaking Bad):"Walt is as bad as bad gets. He is a sucking, mile-wide whirlpool that sinks aircraft carriers like Gus Fring, and working-stiff boats like Crazy 8, and reckless idiots on speedboats like Jesse Pinkman, and flawed, leaky sailboats like his wife, and Coast Guard patrol boats like Hank, and ultimately his own kids, out for a swim."