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2 Seasons, 31 Episodes

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Set two generations before the destruction of Superman's home planet, Krypton follows Seg-El, the legendary Man of Steel's grandfather – whose House of El was ostracized and shamed. With Krypton's leadership in disarray, Seg-El encounters Earthly time-traveler Adam Strange who warns he's under the clock to save his beloved world from chaos. Fighting to redeem his family's honor more
... and protect the ones he loves, Seg is also faced with a life and death conflict – save his home planet or let it be destroyed in order to restore the fate of his future grandson.
 
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  • The Word of Rao

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    The Word of Rao

    Krypton is wasting no time as the search for Brainiac continues in the latest chapter.

    But Krypton Season 1 Episode 4 pulls a twist when a mysterious figure enters Seg's life.

    So far throughout Krypton Season 1, the Voice of Rao has been of my favorite mysteries. Mostly because of that mask of his that both fascinates and intimidates me!

    I appreciate how "The Word of Rao" opened up with it being focused on him. It gives us an insight into what his life behind the curtain looks like.

    Even though he is quite peaceful, the Voice still comes off as scary. I think it is the multi-faced mask that does the trick.

    However, the Voice made it quite clear that he has no problem going a little corrupt. The fact that the Voice was willing to put the blame on Lyta was crazy.

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  • The Rankless Initiative

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    The Rankless Initiative

    Seg demonstrates quite the Superman spirit in the latest chapter of Krypton against Brainiac.

    Krypton Season 1 Episode 3 also deals with Lyta trying to find a peaceful way of finding Black Zero members in the rankless district.

    Something that has been consistent with Krypton Season 1 so far is how much is packed into each episode. But Krypton does it in an impressive way where it doesn't feel exhausting.

    I always expected Seg to demonstrate some qualities of his future grandson which we got here. But unlike the Man of Steel, Seg doesn't have super-powers to rely on nor a super suit.

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    It was enjoyable seeing a Kryptonian with the heart of Superman in action. Although I have to say that Krypton is so far taking its sweet time to give us a lot of Brainiac in th...
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  • House of El

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    House of El

    Adam Strange continues to make his presence stranger for Seg as Superman's grandfather learns more about his mission.

    Krypton Season 1 Episode 2 also focuses heavily on establishing the other houses further, particularly the House of El and Zod.

    There is a lot to love in "House of El" from both a character standpoint as well as the story overall. One of them is, without doubt, Adam Strange.

    I always expected Krypton to have a very dark tone given that it's a little grittier than the other DC shows. But Adam's presence helps Krypton have a light tone that is appreciated.

    I didn't know I needed Kem and Adam interactions until seeing them meet for the first time. For some reason, they work so perfectly good together.

    Although let's have a silent moment for Adam's fallen Detroit hat. I have been there where I have had to lose a favorite hat of mine so Adam, your pain is shared.

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  • Pilot

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    Pilot

    The newest Superman prequel takes us back 200 years as we meet the Man of Steel's grandfather.

    Krypton Season 1 Episode 1 is all about establishing Seg-El and a side of Krypton we have never seen.

    When the show was first announced I will admit that I was hesitant. Why make a Superman show about Clark's grandfather?!

    But those doubts disappeared quickly after seeing the first trailers. The pilot did, without a doubt, go past my expectations.

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    From a visual standpoint, we are seeing a completely new Krypton, past how Superman movies have portrayed it with crystals until Man of Steel changed that.

    It helps that David Goyer, writer of Man of Steel, has a part in the design of Krypton. It feels in tune with the movie while still maintaining its own aesthetic.

    Syfy must have paid a fortune for this budget! See...
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