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Anr - Mu (Earth-1)

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Bio:
Lara Lor-Van's rival suitor. He appeared to be sent by Matricomp, Krypton's legally-binding computer dating service.

When Lara and Jor sought permission from the state to be married, they, like all Kryptonian couples, had to apply to Matricomp. If Matricomp didn't believe they were a good match, then they could not legally be married on Krypton.

After Lara and Jor submitted to this test, Anr-Mu came with the bad news. Not only was her application to wed Jor denied, but Mu was the recommended mate for her.

In the end, of course, Mu was revealed as a liar. Indeed, he wasn't even human, but an android construct of Matricomp. Matricomp itself had fallen in love with Lara Lor-Van, judging her to be the most perfect woman of all the billions it had scanned.

Notes:


First Appearance: Superman (1939) #246

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Issue Appearances:
Superman (1939)
The World of Krypton (1979)

Group Affiliation(s):
Kryptonians (DC)

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