Brainiac… Attack! Well, technically the Collector of Worlds already attacked in the penultimate episode of SYFY’s Krypton. In “Hope,” he lowered the dome around Kandor so he can put his own dome on it, stealing the planet. And in the Season 1 finale, “The Phantom Zone,” the only thing left in his way is the unstoppable monster Doomsday.
That’s not to say that other folks aren’t going to try. There’s the Zod family, including Lyta-Zod (Georgina Campbell), who has teamed up with her time traveling son General Zod (Colin Salmon). And there’s Jayna-Zod (Ann Ogbomo), who was injured, then rescued by her long lost brother.
There’s also Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), who seems to be romantically warming up to his betrothed Nyssa-Vex (Wallis Day). And then there’s Jax-Ur (Hannah Waddingham), the leader of Black Zero, who was putting together a clone army at the end of the last episode.
Point being, there are a lot of balls in the air heading into the finale. And that’s not even including Adam Strange (Shaun Sipos), who was sent… Somewhere… Two episodes back. Our theory? He’s in the future, one that will meet the present very shortly. But we’ll see.
The gallery below gives you more of a sneak peek at what to expect from the hour, including:
Dev-Em (Aaron Pierre), surprisingly alive and well with two arms (maybe in flashback?)
Nyssa carrying something. Could it be her and Seg’s future child from the Genesis Chamber? Is that how that thing works?
Brainiac looking like he can get it. Seriously, he’s like someone put the Internet’s two weird obsessions – Thanos, and the Robot from Lost in Space – and set a blender on “thicc”
Nyssa, Seg and Zod confronting Val-El (Ian McElhinney). But which one? Hologram Val? Or, as we found out last episode, actually still alive Val?
Check out our “The Phantom Zone” gallery for more:
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