History YMMV / LexLuthorManOfSteel

19th Mar '17 1:59:35 PM SorPepita
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Much of what Lex says (That humanity shouldn't place too much faith in aliens who could easily turn against them) makes sense and is very convincing. So much so that it's easy to forget what a monster Lex is. [[FridgeBrilliance Just like characters in the story and Lex himself do]].

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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Much of what Lex says (That (that humanity shouldn't place too much faith in aliens who could easily turn against them) makes sense and is very convincing. So much so that it's easy to forget what a monster Lex is. [[FridgeBrilliance Just like characters in the story and Lex himself do]].
25th Jan '16 5:06:14 PM hamza678
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he, ultimately, is nothing more than self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he, ultimately, is nothing more than a self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
5th Dec '15 7:24:13 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* CrowningMomentofAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he, ultimately, is nothing more than self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''

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* CrowningMomentofAwesome: CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he, ultimately, is nothing more than self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
5th Dec '15 7:23:42 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* CrowningMomentofAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line. It hammers home the fact, that despite however benevolent Lex has presented himself, he, ultimately, is nothing more than self-deluding insane hypocritical villain. Which is confirmed by Lex's VillainousBreakdown, showing that at some level, ''he knows this.''
--> '''Superman''': You're wrong. I ''can'' see your soul.



* MisaimedFandom: Luthor has persuaded some people -- both in-universe and in real life -- that Superman is a threat with his arguments. Also, that he's correct in his view that humanity must always fear aliens (by which he means [[{{Superman}} this alien]]- Lex has always had less of a problem with actually malevolent aliens, like ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}, even teaming up with them at many points). The point of the story is that Lex Luthor, a human being, is about as big an enemy to humanity as humanly possible.

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* MisaimedFandom: Luthor has persuaded some people -- both in-universe and in real life -- that Superman is a threat with his arguments. Also, that he's correct in his view that humanity must always fear aliens (by which he means [[{{Superman}} this alien]]- the thing is, Lex has always had less of a problem with actually malevolent aliens, like ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}, even teaming up with them at many points). The point of the story is that Lex Luthor, a human being, is about as big an enemy to humanity as humanly possible.
17th Nov '15 10:54:16 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare, where is the family of the scientist whom he saved before.Including the scientist.]]. [[spoiler: Blowing Hope, an android whom he built and had sex with counts too.]]

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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare, where is the family of the scientist whom he saved before. Including the scientist.]]. ]] [[spoiler: Blowing Hope, an android whom he built and had sex with counts too.]]
15th Nov '15 1:36:42 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare]]. [[spoiler: Blowing Hope, an android whom he built and had sex with counts too.]]

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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare]].daycare, where is the family of the scientist whom he saved before.Including the scientist.]]. [[spoiler: Blowing Hope, an android whom he built and had sex with counts too.]]
13th Nov '15 12:37:09 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare]].

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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare]]. [[spoiler: Blowing Hope, an android whom he built and had sex with counts too.]]
1st Nov '15 1:02:38 PM BatmanKalEl
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Superman's ShutUpHannibal line.
3rd Oct '15 12:13:35 PM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Lex's 'great contribution to humanity', his charity towards his janitor's son, and everything else -- ends in tears. Lex still feels guilt, though -- or, at least, he ''tells'' us he feels guilt. Specifically, it's heavily implied that HE is behind the [[spoiler: bombing of daycare]].
12th Sep '15 12:06:30 PM nombretomado
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* MisaimedFandom: Luthor has persuaded some people -- both in-universe and in real life -- that Superman is a threat with his arguments. Also, that he's correct in his view that humanity must always fear aliens (by which he means [[{{Superman}} this alien]]- Lex has always had less of a problem with actually malevolent aliens, like {{Brainiac}}, even teaming up with them at many points). The point of the story is that Lex Luthor, a human being, is about as big an enemy to humanity as humanly possible.

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* MisaimedFandom: Luthor has persuaded some people -- both in-universe and in real life -- that Superman is a threat with his arguments. Also, that he's correct in his view that humanity must always fear aliens (by which he means [[{{Superman}} this alien]]- Lex has always had less of a problem with actually malevolent aliens, like {{Brainiac}}, ComicBook/{{Brainiac}}, even teaming up with them at many points). The point of the story is that Lex Luthor, a human being, is about as big an enemy to humanity as humanly possible.
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