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Superman: Blasts from the Past, Part II

Jax-Ur and Mala – recently released from the confines of the Phantom Zone – continue on Earth what they had begun on Krypton, that is, the subjugation of all beings. Like Superman, being Kryptonian gives them unparalleled power; unlike the Man of Steel, they wield it for evil. There's only one way to stop such a formidable force!

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x2
Production Number: 017
Airdate: Tuesday September 09th, 1997

Director: Dan Riba
Writer: Robert Goodman

Starring Roles
Dana DelanyDana Delany
voiced Lois Lane

Guest Stars
Corey BurtonCorey Burton
voiced Brainiac
George DzundzaGeorge Dzundza
voiced Perry White
Leslie EasterbrookLeslie Easterbrook
voiced Mala
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
voiced Jax-Ur
Victor BrandtVictor Brandt
voiced Professor Hamilton
Keri TombazianKeri Tombazian
voiced Female Correspondent
Ron GlassRon Glass
voiced News Anchorman
Main Cast
Tim DalyTim Daly
voiced Clark Kent / Superman / Kal-El
Episode Notes
Professor Hamiliton unintentionally names Superman's hideaway as 'Fortress of Solitude.'

Episode Quotes
Jax-Ur: I must say it seems a shame to kill the one other survivor of Krypton. I'd offer you a place in our new order, but something tells me you'd turn it down.
Superman: Guess you're not as dumb as you look.

Lois: It must hurt your fingers, clamping down on my throat like that...
Mala: I'll live.

Lois: I'm gonna personally lead the army that vaporizes you two.
Mala: Or vice-versa. Either way, see you soon.

Jax-Ur: Look at it this way, Kal-El: death is better than the Phantom Zone.
Superman: I'll take your word for it.

Episode References
"The Main Man, Part II"

Superman: These are the animals I saved off the Preserver ship.

"Stolen Memories"

Professor Hamilton: So, this is the orb...

Professor Hamilton is contemplating the memory module of Krypton that Superman saved from Brainiac's exploding ship.

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