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Krypton

“Krypton” Season 2: It’s Really Just “Hollyoaks in Space!” [OPINION]

SYFY‘s Superman-prequel-series-with-a-time-twist Krypton returned for a second season this week, and one thing has become pretty clear: it bears surprising similarities to the British soap opera Hollyoaks. Krypton is about Superman’s grandfather Seg-El in his youth fighting against an oppressive caste system that dominates Kryptonian society. He’s having a secret Romeo-and-Juliet love affair with Lyta […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 cover by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 Review: Going Out on Top

Hal Jordan is locked in a duel with Tomar-Tu in his Darkstar mantle. The Green Lantern Corps are fighting the rest of the Darkstars overhead in orbit, but the situation is looking grim. John Stewart won’t allow the Corps or their allies to kill. General Zod is straining under this restriction, but even Guy Gardner […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #49 cover by Fernando Pasarin, Eber Ferreira, and Jason Wright

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #49 Review: A Case for Splash Pages

The plan of John Stewart is revealed at last. Hector Hammond shuts down the mental network the Darkstars have created using the Controllers. Once this happens, the Darkstars return to their homeworld to take care of Hal Jordan and Hector Hammond. There, John Stewart sets up Zod’s teleportation jammer, and the Green Lantern Corps and […]

Lobo art by Alex Horley

Lobo Confirmed for Krypton Season 2 at SDCC 2018

The Czarnian bounty hunter without a cause is coming to Krypton with season 2. That’s right, Lobo himself will rock up to Superman’s home planet in the second season of its show. For those who don’t know, Lobo is an antihero and sometimes villain for the Man of Steel. He is a super-strong bounty hunter with near-invulnerability […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 Review: The Darkstar War Begins

The Darkstars have commenced their attack on Mogo, headquarters of the Green Lantern Corps. Kilowog is leading the defense, but Hal, John, Guy, and Kyle aren’t anywhere near Sector Zero. That’s because these four Green Lanterns of Earth have rallied their newfound allies, Arkillo, Orion, Hector Hammond, and General Zod, at the headquarters of the […]

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5 Things We Want to See in Krypton Season 2

It’s the last day of June, and we’re already starting to get casting notices from some of the shows returning for another season. Some of the series we have a rough idea of what they have planned, while others are a completely open slate. Instead of giving you what we’d like the main plot to […]


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Krypton Season 1: Get Caught Up with Syfy’s Video Recap Part II

Syfy has released the second part to their Krypton recap. It’s fairly inclusive and gives away spoilers, but also just hits the highlights and bypasses some of the really cool character moments of the season. But hey, it’s just a recap right? Spoilers ahead. It was sold as a Superman prequel series, but there is […]

Krypton Season 1: Why the Best Episode was ‘Transformation’

Today we’re going to take a look at the single best episode of the season in each of the superhero-related shows I cover for Bleeding Cool. These are, of course, based on my opinion, and you are welcome to disagree in the comments below. What I look for in an episode is how it moves the […]

Krypton Season 1: What Do We Think About Brainiac?

Like Black Lightning, Krypton has only one season and even fewer episodes, clocking in with just 10. But they introduced multiple Superman villains in that time and created one of their own. And in some cases it’s hard to tell who are the heroes and who are the villains depending on what outcome you’re looking […]

General Zod Wants You to Kneel… and Vote if You’re in Ontario, Canada

If you’re driving around the province of Ontario, Canada, you’ll notice that in about a week you’ll be asked to vote for a new Premier. And judging by the yard signs, you have four options: Progressive Conservative Party leader Doug Ford (brother of the late troubled former Toronto mayor Rob Ford), the New Democratic Party’s Andrea Horwath, […]

Krypton Season 1: the Most Surprising Moment of the Season

We’re now looking at the most surprising moments in the recently concluded (except for Supergirl) seasons of the big superhero shows. Each show has multiple surprise moments, some bigger than others, but I’m judging based on how much the surprise affected the series, a single character or was just out of the blue. Here we […]

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #45 cover by Doug Mahnke, Jaime Mendoza, and Wil Quintana

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #45 Review: The Salvation of Hector Hammond

The Darkstars begin picking off Green Lanterns and their arrests while Hal Jordan tries to get Hector Hammond away from new Metropolis cop, Atomic Skull. Skull is unwilling to let one of the Stryker’s Island prisoners, and Hal is trying to spring Hammond. On Jekuul, Corps Leader John Stewart has the dubious task of convincing […]

Krypton Season 1: Sneak Peek at the Season Finale

The Krypton season 1 finale is this Wednesday, and if you’ve been following along, you know things have gotten pretty crazy with time travel and bloodlines to the point where viewers can’t even be sure who to root for anymore. The show has been so much more than the basic concept seemed when it was […]



Krypton Season 1, Episode 7 Recap: Transformation

This article contains spoilers for Krypton season 1, episode 7, ‘Transformation’. . . . . . The episode kicks off with the failed coup against the Voice of Rao as he reveals he is indeed Brainiac (Blake Ritson). It appears only Jayna (Ann Ogbomo) escapes — Dev-Em (Aaron Pierre) isn’t as lucky. Brainiac then has […]

Krypton Season 1: Will the People of Kandor Rise Up?

Krypton did a serious about face at the end of episode five, the halfway point of the season, and made us question everything we’d been told up until that point. It also made us look at enemies as potential heroes and that the right thing to do may seem like it’s very wrong. The show […]