His last appearance was the 7th season short episode called "The Krypton Syndrome. Jor-El first appears to Clark as a voice emanating from the spaceship that brought Clark to Earth, informing him that it is time to leave Smallville and fulfill his destiny, a destiny that Clark believes is to conquer the world.
Animated television[ edit ] Jor-El and his wife Lara in the first episode of Superman: Julian Sands reprised the role of Jor-El in the episode "Abandoned", appearing Equus summarization the form of a holographic message that Jor-El and Lara had recorded for Kal-El shortly before his ship was launched.
Some even accused him of treachery, trying to cause chaos so he could take over. Over the course of the next several decades, there was a definitive summarization in the miniseries World of Krypton in not to be confused with the similarly-named post- Crisis on Infinite Earths late- s comic miniseries.
Jor-El appears to his grandson, Jon Kent, and offers to take him to a world where he will be accepted completely with his powers rather than his current hidden circumstances.
He appears in the episode called "Message in a Bottle. Although his actions hinder Earth by keeping humanity essentially dependent on him, Jor-El argues that Earth only needs his family to protect them, such as telling the Guardians of the Universe not to bother appointing a Green Lantern to Earth.
In "Metallo", during an investigation of Kryptonian sightings on Earth following the defeat of Metallo at the hands of Clark, Tess finds Jor-El in the center of a burnt crest of the House of El.
Jor-El is also featured in the animated web series Kara and the Chronicles of Krypton, a spin-off of the television series Smallville. After the criminals are defeated, Jor-El takes on physical form and comforts his son when he decides to retire from being a superhero.
As a consequence, when Clark does not return, Jor-El strips him of his powers. The result was that Kal-El was "born" when the birthing matrix opened on Earth.
Art by Kenneth Rocafort. Clark does not want to leave Smallville, so he destroys his spaceship, but this triggers a shockwave that causes Martha Kent to suffer a miscarriageprompting Clark to flee Smallville in shame.
Alternate versions[ edit ] In the Elseworlds series Superman: Brando filmed additional footage for the sequel Superman IIbefore differences behind the scenes caused his footage to end up on the cutting room floor. That training is interrupted by two Kryptonian disciples of Zod a criminal from Krypton imprisoned in the Phantom Zone who proceed to destroy Smallville looking for Clark.
BirthrightJor-El, along with Krypton and Lara, was, more or less, reinstated to his Silver Age versions, though with such updated touches as Lara contributing equally to the effort of sending Kal-El, once again an infant while on Krypton, to Earth.
The family is eventually outed by their own young son, who unknowingly thought he would gain their favor with the local dictator. Superman manages to throw the "New Krypton" island out of the atmosphere and into space.
Superman realizes his heroic career was no random occurrence, but the result of foresight on the parts of both Jor-El and Einstein. The Richard Donner Cut.
Superman is surprised to see Kara who he recognizes as his protector and they briefly talk about his parents. An alternate version of Jor-El appears in Justice League:Jor-El, originally known as Jor-L, is a fictional character appearing in various titles published by DC ultimedescente.comd by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, Jor-El first appeared in a newspaper comic strip in with Superman.
A Kryptonian, Jor-El is Superman's (birth name Kal-El) biological father, the husband of Lara-El, and a leading .Download