Superman: Last Son of KryptonWe open over the roaring fury of Rao's surface, and the glint of a space station just above the stellar maelstrom. The station is peppered with impacts from micrometorites, but looks like some ancient temple adrift in the void. A decrepit communications antenna adjusts its position and prepares to transmit, and we pan over the star system to reveal an ancient world dotted with city lights and ringed with the debris of eons worth of space exploration. We see the heart of Krypton, the City of Kandor, a monument to an age gone by, wet and tarnished beneath a red-orange sky, but still a symbol of a once great civilization.
The film cuts to the House of El, and we see Lara Lor-Van over the crib of the infant Kal-El. Jor-El enters, visibly exhausted but dignified, expressing to his wife how the prolonged sunspot activity has made the days of Krypton more taxing. He returns to his study with grey slates revealed to be interfaces of some kind, and pours over holographic data. Lara expresses co