PropertyValue
rdfs:label
  • Jor-El (Smallville)
rdfs:comment
  • Jor-El is the biological father of Superman. He was a leading member of the Science Council before Krypton's destruction. He foresaw the planet's destruction and, failing to convince the rest of the Council, he decided to send his son, Kal-El, to Earth to save him, and give the world a light to lead the way for them to become a great people. He continues to guide his son through the Fortress of Solitude.
  • Jor-El is a recurring character appearing on the WB/CW television series Smallville. He exists as a disembodied voice first through Clark's spaceship, then the Kawatche Caves and, finally, the Fortress of Solitude. Unlike previous versions of the character, Smallville's Jor-El has a harsh and at times cruel demeanor. It is later explained that some parts of the original Jor-El's personality was left out at its creation, explaining its lack of emotion and mercy.
dcterms:subject
dbkwik:dc-movies/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:dc/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
dbkwik:dcmovies/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Page
  • Jor-L
Actor
Name
  • Jor-L
First
  • Superman #53
dbkwik:villains/property/wikiPageUsesTemplate
Character Name
  • Jor-El
Media
  • Smallville
Character
  • Jor-El
Movie
  • Finale
Gender
  • m
Creator
  • Jerry Siegel
  • Joe Shuster
abstract
  • Jor-El is the biological father of Superman. He was a leading member of the Science Council before Krypton's destruction. He foresaw the planet's destruction and, failing to convince the rest of the Council, he decided to send his son, Kal-El, to Earth to save him, and give the world a light to lead the way for them to become a great people. He continues to guide his son through the Fortress of Solitude.
  • Jor-El is a recurring character appearing on the WB/CW television series Smallville. He exists as a disembodied voice first through Clark's spaceship, then the Kawatche Caves and, finally, the Fortress of Solitude. Unlike previous versions of the character, Smallville's Jor-El has a harsh and at times cruel demeanor. It is later explained that some parts of the original Jor-El's personality was left out at its creation, explaining its lack of emotion and mercy. His voice is provided by Terence Stamp, who also played General Zod in the first two Superman films starring Christopher Reeve, Ramsley in The Haunted Mansion, Jack Taylor in My Boss's Daughter, Professor Menace in Static Shock, and Siegfried in Get Smart. He was portrayed briefly by John Glover in the episode "Hidden" when he was possessing Lionel Luthor.
is wikipage disambiguates of