ByDwayne Takeall, writer at Creators.co
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As we know, Batman v Superman has gone through quite a bit of controversy as of late. Some people really don't like Batman's new darker path in the movie, Superman pretty much being a plot device instead of a full on character, even Doomsday's appearance, but there's no denying that this film raises a lot of questions. What's with Batman's 'Knightmare'? Who is it that is coming that Lex mentions? What happened to Robin? There's plenty of questions asked around, but what of a question that is so interesting that you absolutely need to know what the answer is right now? Well, let's get down to that, shall we?

Spoiler alert!

This is going to be one hell of a spoiler for those who have not seen Batman v Superman, so if you don't mind spoilers, keep reading. If you don't want to get anything spoiled, skip straight to the next paragraph.

Okay, let's get this out of the way. Superman dies! Like.......he is dead at the end of this movie, no kidding. Doomsday kills Superman, and Superman kills Doomsday. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's talk about this situation. Lex calls Superman God and apparently his cute little nickname for Doomsday is The Devil. Pretty interesting analogy for the two, huh? Well earlier in the movie, Lex is talking to Senator Finch about her disapproving of him weaponizing the kryptonite against Superman. In his father's room, he mentioned something about what he would change about the room. He said he'd change his picture and flip it upside down, stating that devils don't come from hell below, but from the skies.

Lex seems to have a kind of biblical analogy obsession throughout the movie and it kind of works as it would seem over 80% of the people in the movie seem to look at Superman as a god, so why not? His infatuation with bringing down this god, making sure to bring him down to a level where Lex is in control over God is what seems to give him this kind of motivation. Now, I know what you're all wondering right now, when are you going to ask the so called "greatest question ever"? Well, let's get to it then.

The Greatest question for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is.....

Who flipped Lex Luthor's painting upside down?

Lex said himself that the one thing he would change about the room he's in is the painting because "Demons don't come from hell from below.......they come from the skies" and yet.......Lex was nowhere near the painting when it seemed to have been flipped, so who flipped it?

Hahaha just kidding everybody. Happy April fools day all, to those that didn't fall for it, bravo to you!

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