Who's Who in the Superman Comics

LexCorp Towers

The double L - a significant sign of the ego that will continue in the Luthor lineage - is now the tallest structure in the world, measuring 307 stories. It is the center of Luthor's corporate Empire and the heart of Metropolis. From his office in the center of the two spires that create the tower, Lex can see to it that the trains run on time. In truth, he can watch anything that runs. All of the new futuristic technology is monitored from the Tower and with this the power to shut it all down. Spread throughout the city, the TelLEx booths provide a variety of services to their users. Instant telephone, Internet access, and an ATM all rolled into one neat little package that is monitored by LexCorp. Equipped will all manner of defense systems from robotic sentries (MOS #101) to mutable glass windows, (AOS #579) this is one fortress even the Man of Steel is unable to penetrate undetected (He tried in MOS #101).

When Lex Luthor became President of the U.S.A., he convinced Talia (daughter of Ra's Al Ghul) to become the new CEO of LexCorp (ACT #773).

During the penultimate battle between Lex Luthor and the combined forces of Superman and Batman, Luthor used a boom tube in order to escape. The aftercharged energy destroyed the frame of LexCorp Towers, and the megastructure collapsed. After years, there no longer is a LexCorps Tower looming over the Metropolis landscape (Superman/Batman #6).



Who's Who in the Superman Comics

Introduction

This is a listing of many of the notable characters and a few places that have appeared in the Superman comics from the 1986 revamp up until around 2008.

NOTE: A new, and more current version of the Who's Who is currently being worked on and can be accessed by clicking here.

Although Superman often appears in other DC Comics, this text's information is limited mainly to what has occurred in the regular Superman comics.

Many thanks to Scotty V, Derrick Lyle Coleman, Dean Vanek, Genevieve Clemens and Benjamin Grose who all helped out at one time or another with writing and updating these Who's Who descriptions.

The listings are displayed as follows:

  • Surname, Firstname - Text describing the character, place, object, etc...

Relevant issues of the Superman comics are listed as such:
  • SUP = Superman
  • MOS = Man of Steel
  • AOS = Adventures of Superman
  • ACT = Action Comics
  • MOT = Man of Tomorrow

The Issue Number for each of these titles is written in this manner: “#000”. (e.g. SUP #123)

“First Appearance” refers to the issue since 1986 unless otherwise noted.



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