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Action Comics (1938) #223

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2016-12-08 17:59:13 FaustusMarton Name The First Superman Of Krypton
2010-02-22 20:40:07 Darkseid Synopsis Superman discovers a lead box in space containing another journal of Jor-Elís and some films which he made. When he reads the journal and views the films, he learns how Jor-El first discovered evidence of Kryptonís coming destruction shortly before Kal-Elís birth on the 10,000th year of Kryptonís civilization. Since the ruling Science Council of Krypton failed to heed his warning, Jor-El began a search for a suitable planet on which to relocate. He chose Earth as a possibility, and created an artificial site which duplicated Earthís gravity and yellow-sun environiment to learn what effect they would have on Kryptonians. To his astonishment, he gained super-powers in the simulated Earth-site. However, the Science Council again rejected his findings, save for two members named Val-Arn and Khai-Zor. After they learned for themselves how they would become ďsupermenĒ on Earth, the two scientists captured Jor-El, Lara, and their newborn son Kal-El, and announced their plans to build a rocket which would take them to Earth, which they would tyrannize with their great powers. Jor-El tricked them into taking him to the Earth-simulation site, where he broke free of his bonds, shut off the gravity and yellow-sun machines, and captured them. After delivering them to the authorities, Jor-El made another trip to Kryptonís core in a mole machine and found the chain reaction was building. When he returned, he inserted a warning sequence depicting Kryptonís possible destruction in a film presented during the 10,000th anniversary celebration, and was denounced as a crackpot. The journal goes on to describe how Jor-El sent his son Kal-El to Earth in a rocket, and ends with a note to Kal-El, if he finds it, to remember his heritage as a Kryptonian and to do only good with his powers. Superman realizes his father was the first ďsupermanĒ of Krypton, and silently promises to use his powers only in the cause of righteousness.
2010-02-22 20:40:07 Darkseid Notes synopsis by Darkmark
2009-12-17 09:48:16 ccl080673 Removed Character Superman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2009-12-17 09:48:16 ccl080673 Removed Character El (Earth-1), Lara -
2009-12-17 09:48:16 ccl080673 Removed Character El II (DC)(Earth-1), Jor -
2007-07-12 02:08:18 ccl080673 Added Character Superman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
2007-07-12 02:08:18 ccl080673 Added Character El (Earth-1), Lara -
2007-07-12 02:08:18 ccl080673 Added Character El II (DC)(Earth-1), Jor -
2006-12-03 19:01:59 DarthSkeptical Removed Creator Mort Weisinger
2006-12-03 19:01:59 DarthSkeptical Added Creator Whitney Ellsworth
2006-12-03 18:56:25 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-12-03 18:56:25 DarthSkeptical Added Cover Added cover (large)

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