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  • Alexander Luthor, Jr.
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  • Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor, Jr is the owner of LexCorp.
  • Alexander Luther, Jr. is the son of Lex Luthor and Lois Lane from a different universe in which Lex is Earth's greatest hero and Superman is a terrible villain. During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, his Earth was erased from existance. He was rescued from his dimension by the Monitor, as he was destined to play a huge role in the crisis to come. He was one of four characters to survive the restructuring of the universe, stuck eternally in a paradise dimension.
  • Alexander Luthor, Jr. is born on Earth-Three, the son of that world's Lex Luthor (known as Alexander Luthor) and Lois Lane-Luthor. Luthor Sr. is Earth-Three's only hero, fighting the Crime Syndicate (an evil version of the Justice League of America). In the 1985 DC Comics 12-issue limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths, a being known as the Anti-Monitor destroys innumerable universes (including Earth-Three) with an anti-matter wave. To save their son, the Luthors place him in an experimental device which carries the infant to the relative safety of Earth-One.
  • Alexander Luthor, Jr. is a fictional supervillain from DC and a major player in the Crisis storyarc. Alexander Luthor, Jr. was born on Earth-Three, the son of that world's Lex Luthor and Lois Lane. The senior Alexander Luthor is Earth-Three's only hero, fighting the Crime Syndicate, an evil version of the Justice League of America.
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Full Name
  • Alexander Luthor, Jr.
Status
  • Incarcerated
Actor
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  • Alexander Luthor, Jr. featured in a portion of a panel from Infinite Crisis #3 . Art by Phil Jimenez.
Character Name
  • Alexander Luthor
  • Alexander Luthor, Jr.
Aliases
  • Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor
Alias
  • Lex Luthor
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  • y
Powers
  • Ability to fire offensive energy bursts
  • Ability to form and control dimensional portals
  • Ability to manipulate matter and anti-matter
  • Genius-level intellect
Homeworld
Movie
  • Justice League
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Debut
  • Crisis on Infinite Earths #1
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  • Alexander Luthor, Jr. is born on Earth-Three, the son of that world's Lex Luthor (known as Alexander Luthor) and Lois Lane-Luthor. Luthor Sr. is Earth-Three's only hero, fighting the Crime Syndicate (an evil version of the Justice League of America). In the 1985 DC Comics 12-issue limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths, a being known as the Anti-Monitor destroys innumerable universes (including Earth-Three) with an anti-matter wave. To save their son, the Luthors place him in an experimental device which carries the infant to the relative safety of Earth-One. Alexander materializes on the abandoned satellite which was formerly headquarters of the Justice League. Harbinger takes him in, at the request of the Monitor. His passage through the anti-matter storm grants him power over both matter and anti-matter, dramatically accelerating his aging process. By the end of Crisis Luthor is a young adult, despite the passage of only a few weeks. After the Monitor's death, Alexander helps lead the heroes and villains of the DC Universe against the Anti-Monitor. After defeating the Anti-Monitor (with the help of Kal-L, the Earth-Two Superman and the Earth-Prime Superboy), Alexander reveals that he has saved Kal-L's wife, the Earth-Two Lois Lane, from being erased from existence when the multiverse was destroyed. The foursome, no longer having a place in the Post-Crisis universe, retreat to a "paradise dimension" (which Alexander accesses with the last of his dimensional powers).
  • Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor, Jr is the owner of LexCorp.
  • Alexander Luther, Jr. is the son of Lex Luthor and Lois Lane from a different universe in which Lex is Earth's greatest hero and Superman is a terrible villain. During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, his Earth was erased from existance. He was rescued from his dimension by the Monitor, as he was destined to play a huge role in the crisis to come. He was one of four characters to survive the restructuring of the universe, stuck eternally in a paradise dimension. He and Superboy-Prime escaped the paradise dimension in Infinite Crisis. Outside, they formulated a plot to restore their respective worlds. To this end, Alex disguised himself as the Lex Luthor of the current Earth, and organized many supervillains into a new society. His plan failed, and after the crisis ended, he was killed by the true Luthor and the Joker.
  • Alexander Luthor, Jr. is a fictional supervillain from DC and a major player in the Crisis storyarc. Alexander Luthor, Jr. was born on Earth-Three, the son of that world's Lex Luthor and Lois Lane. The senior Alexander Luthor is Earth-Three's only hero, fighting the Crime Syndicate, an evil version of the Justice League of America. During the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the being known as the Anti-Monitor destroys innumerable universes, including Earth-Three, with an anti-matter wave. To save their son, the Luthor’s place him in an experimental device that carries the infant to the relative safety of Earth-One. Alexander materializes on the abandoned Justice League of America's Satellite. Harbinger takes him in at the request of the Monitor. His passage through the anti-matter storm grants him power over both matter and anti-matter, although the exposure also dramatically accelerates his aging process. By the conclusion of the Crisis, Luthor is a young adult, despite the passage of only a few weeks. After the Monitor's death, Alexander helps lead both heroes and villains against the Anti-Monitor. After defeating the Anti-Monitor with the help of Earth-Two Superman, and Earth-Prime Superboy, Alexander reveals that he has saved Earth-Two Superman 's wife, the Earth-Two Lois Lane from being erased from existence when the multiverse was destroyed. The foursome, no longer having a place in the new Post-Crisis universe, retreat to a "paradise dimension" Alexander accesses using the last of his dimensional powers. The four survivors spend years in the dimension after the crisis. Alexander, who has rapidly aged to his mid-30s, grows frustrated, and becomes colder and detached from the well-being of the universe's living beings. Superboy-Prime also becomes frustrated as well, and Alexander uses this opportunity to convince him to help fix reality.