Okay, so far we have:
Chesire: detonated a nuclear warhead in a city killing millions of innocent women and children and strangely isn't the most wanted human on earth and never has been.
Deathstroke: orders Chemo dropped on Bludhaven by the Brotherhood of Evil killing over 100,000 people and isn't enemy #1 of the US government.
Black Adam: slaughters an entire nation and is literally allowed to walk away. Currently trapped as living statue.
Prometheus: kills 10,000 people in Star City, gets an arrow in the eye (finally! but looks like his consciousness is in his missing helmet).
And now though it seems oddly late for him, the greatest supervillain in comics just joined their ranks, as Lex Luthor sets a bomb that kills 80,000 Kyrptonians.
Okay, maybe I'm getting old, but this isn't fun for me (though I loved War of the Supermen #1). Yeah, the worse your villain, the greater your hero is for taking them down, but it's also a case of your hero failing to stop near genocide and who wants to read about a genocidal supervillain who just kills more and more people with every appearance? And it ultimately looks bad for the heroes, because they're clearly repeatedly failing to stop the slaughter. One hallmark of Superman post-crisis has been his sense of loneliness. Am I supposed to think this doesn't permanent change one of the oldest rivalries in comics? Basically, Lex is now a WWII Nazi and Superman is Jewish, and yet Luthor's going back to "Kingpin Luthor" of the post-crisis revamp. Can we really go back to the old "Luthor smirks and Superman vows to bring him to justice" relationship now? How is that going to work?
Anyone else get the feeling they reeeally didn't think the permutations of this through? That they never think it through beyond "This is way cool!" because they essentially annihilated Deathstroke's character for a stunt and made it impossible for Black Adam to just be an interesting anti-hero ever again.
Oh, and I didn't forget Mongul and Coast City, but Mongul's an alien invader; they're supposed to do that.