Captain cold must have told lex where to get the shades...
The new look doesn't really look like something lex would wear. It doesn't suit his superiority complex
First off, I think it's ironic that I am posting a new comment after "52 OLDER" comments (get it, new 52 . . . never mind). This whole change of main characters' outfits and predicaments (Superman, Wonder Woman, Bruce Wayne/Jim Gordon, now Lex Luthor) has a 90s vibe written all over it . . .and not in a good way. The only books I'm interested in (especially with the price hikes) are Grayson, Justice League, Harleyquin/Power Girl, Cyborg, and maybe Martian Manhunter. DC, you can keep the rest of the series as toilet paper (okay maybe some of them will be meh). Make mine Valiant!
how about instead of pointlessly changing costumes, especially ones that dont NNED to be changed, they get GOOD writers instead. I do not like the big bulky armor her wars in the Injustice game, but the sleeker purple/green armor, with an L shield was perfectly fine, & as a regular human, he NEEDS fully encased armor to fight Metas.
It's definitely not the worst thing to come out of Truth by far, but the hipster-techno Mad Scientist look doesn't really work for Lex IMO.Personally, the sleek armour Lex was wearing in Forever Evil and Justice League was one of Lex's best looks IMO.
Well, but I like the armor Forever Evil
I like the glasses .. And I hope it's more surprising than it seems now hen fighting with this armor..
I feel like the end of the summer and return to their old clothes ..as if they were summer suits..
Flash is one that interests me.. And Cyborg, in his comics seems more human after convergence
The trench coat definitely fits, the gloves' color should a bit more darker than magenta and the shades need to be off. One thing about Luther: He is not afraid to show his face to his allies, to the public, or to his enimeies.
Maybe it's for an optical interface, so he can receive information from sources, like his satellite or from the other JL members in the field without taking his eyes directly off the action.
It's 90s and I love it.
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