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Lexporter 2.0

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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances: The World's Finest Supervillain Hideout, A Visit From Superman, Joker's Wild Goose Chase, Swamp Scuffle, The New Guys Unite, League vs. Legion, Robot Ruckus, and The Last Laugh
Powers/Skills: Teleportation
Voiced By: Not Applicable

The Lexporter 2.0 is Lex Luthor's second invention utilizing teleportation technology. Fashioned as a giant cannon in the Hall of Doom, the Lexporter 2.0 can target anything on the planet and teleport it anywhere. The Joker was instantly enamoured with it. His first order of business was to get rid of his old hideout and Batman in one move. He lured Batman to the Gotham Treasury by beaming in a giant jack-in-the-box into the lobby. He then teleported the Treasury to the Moon and placed the Laff Factory in its place. With Robin captured, Batman had no choice but to go inside and mount a rescue. After it and Joker vanished, Batman conducted a forensics scan and found the presence of quantum neutrinos and tachyon particles. With Superman coming to Gotham, Luthor anticipated the rest of the Super Friends would arrive. Joker played into Luthor's divide and conquer plan and teleported famous landmarks to Gotham like the Daily Planet from Metropolis, frozen tundra from the Arctic, the Eiffel Tower from Paris, and the Statue of Liberty from New York City.

As the Super Friends began to gain the upper hand, Luthor used the Lexporter 2.0 to teleport Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern into containment chambers in the Hall of Doom. In short measure, the Lexporter 2.0 took aim at Hawkman, Aquaman, and Batman. The heroes would be executed by teleportation into the molten center of an active volcano. Luckily, Cyborg and Robin mounted a rescue and turned the tide. Joker wouldn't accept defeat and manned the Lexporter 2.0. Luthor was angered by the betrayal and armed his Lexporter 1.0. Both beams collided with each other and caused a massive overload. As a result, Joker and Luthor were forced to share half of one body each.