It started with the question: “What if Superman never existed?” SyFy series Krypton answers that very question.
Set 200 years before the potential birth of the Man of Steel, Krypton follows Kal-El’s grandfather, Seg-El as he fights to redeem the House of El’s reputation. Along the way, Seg encounters roadblocks that ultimately could endanger his future grandson’s existence.
However, Seg isn’t alone in his fight. He is joined by Kem, Nyssa-Vex, Lyta-Zod, Adam Strange, and his grandfather, Val-El. The Krypton they all know will change beyond anything they’ve encountered before. So will the life of Seg’s future grandson and the House of El’s sole survivor, Kal-El.
What makes the show a great watch is that it throws everything you know about Superman out the window. It leaves you guessing well into the next week’s episode.
Krypton has been canned from Syfy due to low ratings for its second season, however can a fan campaign save the series?
Nyssa-Vex was always going to be the underdog of the love triangle she’s currently involved with Seg and Lyta. Did she lose her chance to be with Seg permanently?
It’s been a long time coming but fans finally know who Jor-El and his mother are and gods was Zods and Monsters a great episode!
In our final part our Guide to Krypton, we’ll go over of what we want to see happen in Season 2. Please be advised that by the time of this posting, some of the theories have already happened int he first episode of the first episode.
Exploring Krypton: A Detailed Journey Into Seg’s World – Part: 7 – Unacknowledged Characters And Plot Points
Krypton is covering a lot of ground with adding as much DC content into the show as they can without going overboard. Here’s a list of characters and Plot Points which haven’t been acknowledged.
Locations are important to every story and the locations in Krypton hold special significance for Superman fans.
The heroes of Krypton are back for Krypton Season 2. Things are about way worse for Seg, Nyssa, and Lyta as General Zod rules with an iron fist, Doomsday wants to kill everyone, Lobo’s got bloodlust and Brainiac gives Seg… superpowers?
Krypton finally has a release date! If you live in the States, it will return to Syfy on June 12! In the meantime, check out our recent trailer breakdown and our first glimpse of Lobo.
A new season of Syfy’s Krypton is right around the corner and we’re breaking down the first footage.
Krypton Season 1 was full of surprises. From Zod being Seg’s son to the patriarch of the House of El getting sucked into The Phantom Zone, the one thing that stands out is the love triangle that festered over the course of the season.