With Krypton season 2 at the point of releasing in this month, Syfy network is bringing forward the show’s hype.
Syfy has been teasing fans with the new and reprising cast, character posters, images, and featurette.
Featuring the badass roles of Krypton season 2’s female leads Syfy released three monochromatic posters.
Syfy unveiled new poster and featurette for Krypton season 2
The monochromatic posters released by Syfy teased the characters of Jayna, played by Ann Ogbomo, Lyta, played by Ann Ogbomo, and Nyssa, played by Wallis Day.
Revealing influence of Brainiac, played by Blake Ritson, on Segl-El, played by Cameron Cuffe, Syfy unveiled a new featurette.
Segl-El will try hardest to bring down Zod by uniting the group of resistors. Doing his best, Seg-El will be seen restoring Krypton according to their ideals.
Krypton season 2: opposing tactics, shifting alliances, and conflicting moral boundaries
In the fight to restore Krypton 2, their liberation is at risk due to their “opposing tactics, shifting alliances and conflicting moral boundaries.” Therefore, each one will be constrained to work individually.
However, their will does not give up for the future of Krypton season 2.
Hence, in Krypton season 2, fans will witness Segl-El fight back to acquire what was his own. Brainiac, Zod, and Doomsday are around the corner to restore chaos in the life of Segl-El.
Krypton season 2: New Character revelations
Krypton season 2 follows the story of Superman’s grandfather, Segl-El. The plot is set two generations before Krypton.
The New character coming to the Krypton series is a Guardians of the Galaxy former, Emmett J. Scanlan.
The Guadian’s alum will play the role of Lobo – a cold-blooded giant hunter that killed his all species.
As per IGN, when it is a question of warfare, Lobo holds a genius level of intellect that makes him the vital enemy.
With another set of 10 episodes, Krypton season 2 is scheduled to go on air on Syfy network. From Friday, June 12, Syfy.com and Syfy.app will allow viewers to watch the Krypton previous seasons on demand.