Yes, I was thinking about that. But I'd almost rather his role not be benevolent, though the villain have a god-like role to humanity is an interesting psychological twist.robot said:Yup.. the prequel pretty much says it... maybe they'll come up with a more believable angle.. I could think of a few possibilities that don't necessarily be too illogical...
- After the crash, he explored the planet a bit and decided it's still too early in it's development for him, and he decides to hybernate.. maybe he carried one of those hybernate pods to some cave and slept for 18,000 years??? Or set some timer to wake him up when things become interesting? Or, he wake up every 1000 years just to check on things... etc. I actually like the idea of waking up every now and then.. they can coincide his 'waking moments' with changes in our historical timeline.. maybe at some point he introduced agriculture, then at come point he introduced something else, etc..
In the prequel comic, one of the last panels has one of the Kryptonians walking out of the scout ship into the snow. It's just the silouhette so you're not supposed to know exactly which one I think -- Dev-Em or Kara.If the Kryptonians on the scout ship were alive when it came to Earth, you have to wonder why they appear to be dead now - they would have had Kal-El's powers under our sun. I think they may have died before arriving here and the ship could have crash-landed.
Yes, I was thinking about that. But I'd almost rather his role not be benevolent, though the villain have a god-like role to humanity is an interesting psychological twist.