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    Returning to a character he's long been associated with, legendary writer Cary Bates explores a different side to Superman's legend in an Elseworlds tale that hinges on the fact that while baby Kal-el has rocketed to the distant planet Earth from his doomed homeworld of Krypton, he was not alone. How does a world handle the emergence of the Last Family of Krypton as Jor-El, Lara and Kal-El make Earth their adopted home?


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    Last Family of Krypton 0

    Superman, also known as Clark Kent and, Kal-El, has been one of the most noticeable icons in comic book history. Since coming to Earth under his “Last Son of Krypton” persona, he’s adopted more and more of an “earthling lifestyle”, even getting married to an Earth women, whom is also famous across the Comic Universe, her name Lois Lane. Superman survived the explosion of Krypton, and landed on Earth; he was then adopted by Martha and Jonathan Kent in a town called Smallville.   Since coming to E...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Superman what if doesnt occur like Sups would have wanted :P 0

    This is a what if story about what would have happened if Jor-El(Superman's biological father) would have saved his family instead of just Kal-El. Well maybe the world would be a better place, with 3 Superhumans saving the world and such. But does the love and bonding of the family be affected by all of this? Well Spoilers point to yes. Jor-El distances himself from his family to to tend to his work and making the world a better place without informing it with his wife Lara. Lara wants their son...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    FINALLY! 0

    DC has finally revived the comatose Elseworlds imprint, its last foray being, unofficially, Batman: Year 100 (although you could count the Teen Titans Lost Annual, as that was SUPPOSED to be an Elseworlds). It's honestly one of the smartest moves they've made in years, and I'm thankful for it as I am a huge fan of Elseworlds. Of course, it doesn't come close to making up for that unnatural abomination Rise of Arsenal.  The premise here is that Jor-El actually managed to get his family off of Kry...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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