Additional “Krypton” Season 1 Finale Photos

SYFY has released an additional 32 photos from the final episode of Season 1 of “Krypton”.

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Seg races to save his city from being overtaken as the bottling of Kandor begins.

Titled “The Phantom Zone”, this episode aired on SYFY in the USA on Wednesday, May 23.

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Jpx98
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Jpx98

Little shocked the series only went 10 episodes, most shows go at least 13 minimum 26 max. Also shocked the show ended with Zod winning and Jor-El & Kal-El wiped from existence, with only 10 episode and possibly being a One Season show, you think they ensure Superman would exist in the future. Almost like Biff winning and George McFly losing, and Marty McFly ends up wiped from existence instead of re-appearing in the photo at the end of in Back to the Future, and as Michael Bailey mentioned, that was similar to the Superman’s cape disappearing only instead of… Read more »

andramus
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andramus

Cliffhanger/”bad” endings to seasons of TV shows are fairly common. They’re often an effective way of roping people into coming back to see how things get fixed next season. I think the idea behind what they’ve done in this show is to say that it might be possible to restore a future where Superman exists but the timeline has been irrevocably changed. In the original timeline Brainiac was supposed to take Kandor at this exact point in time. One of the showrunners – Cameron Welsh – said in an interview that this is a permanent change to the timeline. From… Read more »

MattComics
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MattComics

“..and not constantly be asking when is Superman going to show up.”

It’s almost like there might be an audience for a Superman show with Superman in it as Superman (in costume and no caveats) instead of just mining his lore while relentlessly bending over backwards to avoid him.

andramus
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andramus

I’d almost certainly watch a Superman show if it came out. I’d still watch Krypton and Supergirl though. I might even prefer them to the Superman show depending on how good it is.

MattComics
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MattComics

I think to some degree the showrunners like to talk smack to keep people guessing. On the other hand though I’m not sure how surprised I would actually be if WB decided to oh-so edgy thing to do would be to eliminate Superman from existence permanently. I think a factor in this to consider is what Seg was told about being able to see the past and the future from the Phantom Zone. Maybe he finds some way to gain access to the past so that he can stop what happened in the finale but it may still come at… Read more »

andramus
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andramus

See I disagree that it’s edgy for this series to eliminate Superman from existence permanently because this is just one universe in the entire DC multiverse. If this series tried to say that Superman in every universe was erased from existence permanently that would be edgy. Cameron Welsh was asked how he would categorize this series and he said he considered it an Elseworlds tale. Basically because this is an Elseworlds Superman doesn’t have to exist but they are leaving the possibility of bringing him back on the table. Just not right away. I mean the Earth 2 comic killed… Read more »

Superman2878
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Superman2878

I think Kal-El does still exist, only he could be one of Zod’s soldiers. His cape didn’t dissolve as it would’ve if brainiac was successful. It changed from the El sigil to Zod’s. Theoretically since Kandor wasn’t taken, Krypton was spared. And I do think that Nyssa is Jor-el’s mom. So that egg she was carrying could in fact be Jor-el. She probably will change the baby’s name to Jor-el at some point. And if Krypton was spared, then in Jor-el’s and Lara’s time wouldn’t need to send Kal-el in a ship to Earth. He then might grow up on… Read more »