Discussion in 'Man of Steel' started by Thread Manager, May 16, 2013.
sorta looks like the reverse angle of the poster I made almost 2 years ago! 2 years!
Death to Jor-el.....Death I say..
Looking at that space scene... are Superman's eyes close there where he has his arms outstretched? If so, then I'm betting it's a dream. Maybe Zod & Co. kick the crap out of Supes and knock him off the planet, and he has a vision of Jor-El and possibly Lara (it looks like she might be there too) telling him to go back and take the General down.
No – death to Jenny Olsen!!!
Kidding, they're cool. Dat Zod.
Well then the comic was....interesting. t:
Doesn't explain the opened escape pod in the fortress with the bearded Clark and we know he'll talk to Rus-El at that point (Comic-Con video). Also Lara alone on Krypton. OK, that could be because Zod killed him but again, there's an open escape/sleep pod. So many questions...
I mean, congrats, man! Not jealous at all.
AHA! I didn't even see that on the ticket. Reading now.
Spill the beans dude!
The "Fortress" is actually Kara's crashed ship and both her and Dev-Em could of survived.
Also the ship is sending a signal to Clark who his working north of Canada to locate it.
Seriously though, Jor-El might be alive in the sense the master key Clark has could activate a Growth Codex and create another Jor-El from a frozen embryo on the ship
maybe that opened escape pod is where the Superman glyph key came from? we saw it from a tv spot forming with nano like tech.
Very good theory. Never thought about that. Since they are inspired by Birthright, it makes perfect sense.
Opened sleep pod is explained in the comic.
Maybe, yeah. But are you sure that the pod is empty? It might be, but it's a little hard to tell. There could be a corpse in there.
I'm not sure of anything! t: Corpse?!
Opened sleeping pod is Dev-Em's maybe?
He's right. Dev-Em sneaks aboard and murders all the crew except Kara.
Chances of a new spot tonight?
Nice, I think I've found an upload of the comic. Downloading as we speak.
Nice! Recommended reading given it is an actual prequel to the film. The story is by David Goyer, Geoff Johns and Zack Snyder.