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"The Long Goodbye": Lois rushes through the Fortress toward Superman, who cradles Mon-El in his arms as he's dying. Superman tells her that the Phantom Zone is gone. Superman attempts to go to the future, but his Legion ring fails to take him there, which he thinks means that something is wrong



Appearing in "The Long Goodbye"

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Synopsis for "The Long Goodbye"

Lois rushes through the Fortress toward Superman, who cradles Mon-El in his arms as he's dying. Superman tells her that the Phantom Zone is gone. Superman attempts to go to the future, but his Legion ring fails to take him there, which he thinks means that something is wrong with the future. Superman rushes to find a cure, and when he fails, he finds a vial with a Legion symbol on it that reads "Drink Me." Desperate, they give it to Mon-El, and he appears to get well.

Later, Superman and Lois return to their apartment, leaving Mon-El in the Fortress so he can acclimate himself to Earth in the hologram chamber. Superman admits his recent concerns to Lois, such as General Zod's return to Krypton. They realize that Mon-El isn't supposed to know about the Legion for the next thousand years. On the television, they see that Kryptonians have been ousted from Earth, save Superman.

The Guardian has a dream about a protoplasmic clone with a Legion ring. He tells the clone, via talking to himself, that he's coming.

Superman simultaneously explains to Lois and Martha that Alura has offered him the chance to come to his homeworld conditionally, if he appears to renounce Earth. Understaing his duty to maintain the peace, Lois and Martha tell him to go. Mon-El, Guardian, Jimmy and Steel and they all agree to protect Metropolis in his absence. Superman then leaves Earth, but not before sharing a goodbye kiss to Lois.

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Synopsis for "Mon-El Origins and Omens"

Scar examines Mon-El.

Mon-El goes to Martha Kent and explains that he is establishing a life on Earth. She offers him a name as a secret identity. Soon, he goes to his new apartment, and calls himself "Jonathan Kent." As a hero, Mon-El would meet new people, both friend and foe.

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