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The Krypton Man

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2007-05-06 15:19:04 SUPERMAN3D Powers uper-strength, flight, energy projection, invulnerability, enhanced senses, computer-like analytical ability Super-strength, flight, energy projection, invulnerability, enhanced senses, computer-like analytical ability
2007-05-06 15:19:04 SUPERMAN3D Bio n the Day of the Krypton Man arc, the Eradicator altered Superman's psyche, turning him into the ideal Kryptonian and alienating his closest friends. Superman nearly killed Draaga, and when he tried to kill Jonathan and Martha Kent, he broke the programming, fought the Eradicator, and threw it into the Sun. The Eradicator returned in Superman: The Man of Steel #1 as an energy being. It tried to turn the Sun into a red dwarf (the type of star that Krypton once orbited), but Superman stopped it with help from Professor Hamilton. In the Day of the Krypton Man arc, the Eradicator altered Superman's psyche, turning him into the ideal Kryptonian and alienating his closest friends. Superman nearly killed Draaga, and when he tried to kill Jonathan and Martha Kent, he broke the programming, fought the Eradicator, and threw it into the Sun. The Eradicator returned in Superman: The Man of Steel #1 as an energy being. It tried to turn the Sun into a red dwarf (the type of star that Krypton once orbited), but Superman stopped it with help from Professor Hamilton.
2007-05-06 15:14:57 SUPERMAN3D New Character


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