Interrupting stole her from me! In this timeline, Kal-El's rocket was shifted slightly and instead of landing in the Kent's farm, he landed right in the middle of Metropolis. Like the title suggests, Superman: Secret Origin is the retelling of Superman's origin story. Clark is having a dream of Krypton's final moments in which an artificial intelligence that controls the planet wakes up robots in an attempt to preserve the Kryptonian culture. Labs, destroy Brainiac's robots, and battle Brainiac. He is considered one of the most powerful villains Superman has ever faced. Superman shows up and penetrates the dome, seeing Brainiac for who he is: a crying, blue-skinned child with three diodes on his head, missing his left arm. When amped by Sinestro power ring, him feeding his on the fears of Earth made him powerful to not only restrain a Guardian.
It is revealed that Lex used a Luthor robot, supplied by , to accomplish his mission on New Krypton, and that Brainiac killed the robot instead. But then, Vril Dox is snatched away to safety, it seems, by a being who appears to be the true Brainiac: an immensely powerful entity from outside the universe itself. With the arrival of Clark or rather Superman in Metropolis, he gives the residents of Metropolis long lost hope, takes away Lex' power over the people and thus changed his own life from scratch. In that moment, enters the fray and engages the Queen in a mental struggle, using the people of Metropolis as soldiers. With help from Superman and his clone Kell-El merged inside his mind, he is ultimately destroyed by Brainiac 5, but in the end he survives and starts rebuilding himself as Brainiac 6.
Letter Grade: B Geoff Johns and Gary Frank write and draw classic Superman, although he undeniably looks Christopher Reeve. Kid Flash then allows himself to be recaptured by Brainiac and put into stasis. But I can no longer devote the time necessary to separate good comments from the hundreds of spam comments submitted. As far as straight origins go, I'm partial to John Byrne's 1986 The Man of Steel, because that's the origin I grew up with. There are a lot interesting characters like the chief, Lois Lane and Jimmy.
One of the best Superman reads I've ever come across. A mysterious creature crash-lands on Earth. Secret Origin Nowhere near as deft at adapting Superman to the on-going continuity as prior efforts, basically a modern update of Silver Age themes and trappings imported into the current continuity. Superman believes that H'el wants to go back in time to prevent Krypton's destruction, and Luthor says that it can be done, but to do so, H'el will create an explosion that will destroy the entire solar system. It is revealed that Lex Luthor is the one behind all the clones and it is up to the real Superman to stop him. His alien personality claimed it targeted Fine because his latent psi-powers made him such a useful host, but psychiatrists assured Superman that that was just Fine's insanity talking. Clark: She spends all of her time in that cape.
Lex Luthor dies at an age numbered near two thousand years old. Nothing should have survived the explosive flowering of the singularity, but somehow, caught as he was between too realities. Zod permitted Brainiac's taking of Kandor, stating that Brainiac could have the city, as the rest of Krypton belonged to him. Screen legend Christopher Walken was even pegged to play Brainiac at one point. Vril Dox was acknowledged as the greatest scientist on his homeworld, Yod-Colu, given his advances in force field technology and miniaturization.
Helspont tries to talk to Superman, however because of Superman's almost impatience tone with the alien, Helspont knocks him out, placing Superman into a dream like state, showing him the apparent future Superman will face, one where Earth has turned against him. As was the rest of the cast in this trade. He ended up making of clones of and. Brainiac tries to digitize the League, but the escapes and stops this. Given that H'el has powers beyond Superman's, the Man of Steel that a shard of hidden in the Fortress might give the Justice League an advantage.
Once again his ability to show tremendous action balanced with Despite the brevity of the story, it packs quite a bit in there. Then he brainwashed and the alien warrior before capturing and setting off for Earth. Following the Doomed story arc, it is further revealed that the Pre- Crisis Brainiac somehow escaped the Crisis on Infinite Earths itself, and mutated from the various crises since, becoming a godly being. Rocketed to Earth as an infant from the doomed planet Krypton, Kal-El was adopted by the loving Kent family and raised in America's heartland as Clark Kent. Lex Luthor is found guilty of crimes against humanity and is sentenced to death by the electric chair.
To avoid an awkward moment, Clark gets Lois out of the apartment. However, Superman refuses, appealing to his right to privacy and the fact that the Fortress contains technology beyond humanity's control. Adventures of Supergirl In the Adventures of Supergirl comic, which takes place in the universe of the , a very different version of Vril Dox appears as a recurring villain. In New 52 appearances, the Kryptonite is again referred to as being rare, is shown that can be used as an energy source. Reached the upper mesosphere in several seconds. Returning to the task of resurrecting Brainiac, Luthor hooks up to a machine to gather Brainiac's essence from the remains of Brainiac's ship with Darkseid, killing Tala in the process but ends up resurrecting fused with Brainiac technology, and Brainiac's presence is removed from Luthor's mind.