For the first time, anywhere, we present to you the father of Earth-Three's Man of Steel, Ultraman! Previously we had considered how Krypton-Three had not exploded, yet Ultraman did not live with his people who undoubtedly rejected his sinister disposition, which he apparently inherited from his father Jur-Ll. Jur-Ll had been the malevolent Crime-Lord of Kandor who repeatedly clashed with its resident heroes, Nightwing and Flamebird. It would seem that this criminal scientist had been banished in his own version of the Phantom Zone, and found his way into Earth-One's universe prior to the City of Kandor having been shrunken and placed in a bottled form by the evil Brainiac. Now, an aged Jur-Ll sought to free himself of the prison he now found himself in, along with seven million Kandorians. Using the Sun-Stone, instead of the synthetic Kryptonite which his son consumed to revitalize his powers, the elder Ll had the goal of destroying the city in his enlarged state and conquering his new universe. Instead, he perished when consumed by the Sun-Stone's energies. As for how Jur-Ll's presence on Earth-One would be compensated in other universes, such as his own and on Krypton-Two where Jor-L perished, can be explained by the presence of a certain red-haired sole surviovr from Earth-Three, whom we'll consider.
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