Years before the destruction of the legendary Man of Steel's home planet, Superman's grandfather, Seg-El, fights to redeem his family's honor after the House of El is ostracized and shamed over Seg's grandfather's false claims of a world-killer coming to Krypton. When an attack on the government is attempted, Seg seizes an opportunity to advance himself and his family by allying with those who sentenced his grandfather to execution and destroyed his family's name but when evidence that his grandfather's claims were true is discovered, Seg must work within the system that discarded the House of El in order to protect their future legacy.
Seg races to save his city from being overtaken as the bottling of Kandor begins.
Seg must decide if he is willing to make the ultimate sacrifice in service of the greater good of Kandor.
A resistance movement begins to form to impede the Voice of Rao's increasing power and influence.
After a failed coup, Daron punishes the conspirators; Lyta and Dev go in search of Jayna.
Seg is faced with an impossible choice that will shape the El legacy and the fate of the universe.
Jayna grapples with her torn loyalties as Seg fights for survival within the heart of Black Zero.
Seg is approached by a Black Zero leader as Rao finds a scapegoat for the failed Rankless Initiative.
During a military crackdown on Seg's home district, Seg and Adam Strange race to find a deadly Sentry.
After suffering a tragedy, Seg must adjust to a new life, a new rank and a new threat.
Superman's grandfather, Seg-El, learns Krypton is in danger of being destroyed so that his future grandson will never be born.
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Exploring 80 years of Superman, including an inside look at SYFY's new show "Krypton."
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