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"The Last Son of Krypton (Part II)" is the second episode of Superman: The Animated Series. It was directed by Scott Jeralds and Curt Geda with a script written by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini. It first aired on the WB Network on September 6th, 1996. This is the second chapter in a three-part series premiere.

Synopsis Edit

Starring the voices of Edit

First screen Edit

Second screen Edit

Third screen Edit

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • In most versions of Superman's origin, the Kryptonian rocket crash-lands on Earth. This is one of the few occasions where the rocket is shown with VTOL capabilities and actually lands on Earth.

Appearances Edit

  • This is the first, and to date, only known appearance of Danitra Evans, who is a young child interviewed by Angela Chen.

Quotes Edit



  • Jonathan Kent: Put that thing back, you don't know where it came from.
  • Martha Kent: He's not a thing, Jonathan, he's a baby. A little baby. Who'd put a baby in a spaceship?
  • Jonathan Kent: That's just my point. It could be Russian, a Sputnik baby.
  • Martha Kent: Oh really?
  • Jonathan Kent: Maybe he's one of ours. You think NASA is missing a kid?


  • Lana Lang: You're saying you can see through walls? So, how many times have you peeked into the girls locker-room?

Related categories Edit

Adventures of Superman


Lois & Clark


Superman (1988)

Superman: The Animated Series

See also Edit

Aliens | Artificial intelligence | Earth | Earth's moon | Flight | Heat vision | High school | Hologram | Hovercraft | Kansas | Krypton | Kryptonian | Kryptonian rocket | Moon | Smallville | Smallville High School | Superhuman strength

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