Appearing in "The Ghost in the Fortress of Solitude"Edit
- Phantom Zoners
- Lord Vyndktvx
- Nimrod the Hunter (Cameo)
- Jor-El (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Lara Lor-Van (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Professor Palmer (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "The Ghost in the Fortress of Solitude"Edit
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Appearing in "A Boy And His Dog"Edit
- Xa-Du (Cameo)
- Metallo (Cameo)
- Drekken (Cameo)
- Kryptonite Man (Clay Ramsay) (Cameo)
- Collector of Worlds (Cameo)
Synopsis for "A Boy And His Dog"Edit
Once, though, as Krypton began to collapse, Jor-El and his family watched as someone tried to escape the Phantom Zone. An arm reached through the portal, groping for Jor-El's child, and Krypto leapt up and closed his jaws around the arm, to protect the boy. The dog was then dragged through the portal, and Kal-El watched his best friend disappear.
As a phantom, Krypto followed Kal-El all the way to Earth, as he sped away from the doomed planet Krypton in his rocket. Though Kal-El could not see him, he stood by his charge, even as he stood, much older, at the graves of his adoptive parents. Krypto had followed him next to Metropolis, and fought beside him when he became Superman - though he could do little to help as a phantom.
At night, while Kal-El slept, the dog would watch over him, and the the boy - now a man - would dream good dreams.
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