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Superman: Blasts from the Past, Part I

In a secret compartment of the Kryptonian ship – in which Superman arrived to Earth – Dr. Hamilton discovers a strange contraption: the Phantom Zone projector. The Phantom Zone: an alternate dimension for all that plagued Krypton, including criminals; this interstellar prison has presented Superman with a quandary: should he act as an extension of the Kryptonian justice system, and release Mala – who has served more than the duration of her sentence – from this Phantom Zone?

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x1
Production Number: 014
Airdate: Monday September 08th, 1997

Director: Dan Riba
Writer: Robert Goodman

Starring Roles
Clancy BrownClancy Brown
voiced Lex Luthor
Dana DelanyDana Delany
voiced Lois Lane

Guest Stars
Corey BurtonCorey Burton
voiced Brainiac
Lauren TomLauren Tom
voiced Angela Chen
Leslie EasterbrookLeslie Easterbrook
voiced Mala
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
voiced Jax-Ur
Victor BrandtVictor Brandt
voiced Professor Hamilton
Jim CummingsJim Cummings
voiced Phantom Zone Beast
Main Cast
Tim DalyTim Daly
voiced Clark Kent / Superman / Kal-El
Episode Quotes
Mala: I am Mala, Superman's second in command. I offer you my promise that to this world that I will follow in Superman's tradition of just rule with a fair hand.
Lois: I thought I was career minded.

Superman: (to Mala) I care for everyone... though you're pushing it right now.

Episode Goofs
A continuity error can be seen when Mala is watching Lex Luthor on television. First we can see the TV is sitting atop a stand, but after she zaps it with her heat ray vision, the stand has disappeared.

Episode References
"The Last Son of Krypton, Part I"

In this episode, Jor-El suggested to the Council to put the entire population of Krypton into the Phantom Zone, then one person would use the ship to go to a new world and release the population. So, it makes sense that there was a Phantom Zone projector in Superman's ship.

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