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Krypton Season 2 Review

Five episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

Expansive as the DC TV landscape has gotten, I must say that I greatly appreciate most of what it has to offer. Whether it be the superheroics of The Flash and Arrow, the brutality of Titans, or the rom-com-zom-dram that is iZombie, I’ve been satisfied on a variety of levels. Sure, the argument can be made for oversaturation, but I’m willing to look the other way if something can grab my attention and keep it.

When it comes to Krypton, it immediately had my attention because it’s rooted in Superman mythology. The problem was that it didn’t retain my interest because, more often than not, the first season was downright boring whenever characters such as Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe) and Brainiac (Blake Ritson) weren’t on screen. Zod almighty, did I ever want to tune out whenever the political element

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