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Blasts from the Past: Part II 

When the Phantom Zone prisoner, Mala, releases Jax-Ur as well to conquer Earth, Superman must defeat them despite that fact that they smashed the projector.

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Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
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Lois Lane (voice)
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Jax-Ur (voice)
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Brainiac (voice)
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Perry White (voice)
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Mala (voice)
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News Anchorman (voice)
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When the Phantom Zone prisoner, Mala, releases Jax-Ur as well to conquer Earth, Superman must defeat them despite that fact that they smashed the projector.

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9 September 1997 (USA)  »

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Superman: "Fortress of Solitude"? It's not exactly lonely up here. Though I am the only Kryptonian. And lately, I think it's best that it stay that way.
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There Goes The Neighborhood
11 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, I was right about Mala, although one didn't need to be a genius to figure out this woman was bad news. Now, however, her old boss is back with her and Superman has two mighty ex-Krypton criminals to deal with on Earth!

These two waste no time creating havoc in Metropolis and threatening to kill their other Krypton native, Superman. Both Mala and her leader, Gen. Jax-Ur, know they could rule the planet with Superman out of the way

After a lengthy battle in the city, Superman goes back to the lab to see if any progress as been made on the projector, which was stolen by the bad guys. Sending these two back to the Phantom Zone is the only way these villains are going to be beaten and a new one is trying to be built.

A twist occurs when the two bad guys use the original projector to send Superman into the Phantom Zone. Now, how he is going to get rid of them when he's not even here? How that huge problem is solved takes up the rest of this episode which is a decent one: not "super," but decent.


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