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Krypton fans were introduced to Shaun Sipos as Adam Strange during its first season. But the Adam Strange of Krypton is somewhat different than the rocket pack wearing, raygun wielding fully-formed sci-fi hero of the comics. In the comics, Adam is romantically involved with Alanna of the planet Rann, and theirs is one of the great star-crossed romances in comics history. Audiences were briefly introduced to Alanna and her father, Sardath on season one of Kryptonalbeit as a disembodied voice. There, Alanna seemed frustrated with Adam, but it was clear there was already a history of some kind between them, and perhaps even romantic tension.


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As Lyta enlists a soldier to accompany them on a search-and-rescue mission to the Outlands, the camera pans to a nearly naked, tattooed male Sagitari whose attention is drawn to Adam. With the charges against her abruptly dropped, Lyta is restored to command of Fourth Squad Sagitari.

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Books' Rise of the Superheroamong other publications. Airing Wednesdays at 10 p. Whatever the case, hopefully Lyta will provide Adam with the Sagitari's name and contact information -- that is, if they survive the mission to the Outlands.

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By Kevin Melrose Published Apr 18, Share Share Tweet 0. The time-traveling Adam Strange of Syfy's Krypton isn't a carbon copy of his comic book counterpart, the Silver Age sci-fi hero introduced in He's also not an archaeologist, having dropped out of college after his first year.

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It's another departure from the comic book source material. There, he was whisked away from Earth through a Zeta-Beam to the planet Rann, where, in pulp-hero tradition, he becomes its protector and falls madly in love with Alanna, daughter of the world's greatest scientist. Heck, he only turns away when no-nonsense Lyta tosses Sagitari gear to -- or at -- him.

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While the two main storylines deal with the looming execution of Lyta-Zod Georgina Campbell on trumped-up charges of treason in Kandor and the efforts by Segl-El Cameron Cuffe to escape his abductors in the Outlands, they intertwine with Adam. This week's episode, "House of Zod," hinted at another ificant difference between the two versions of Adam Strange: their sexual orientation.

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He smiles, making eye contact with Adam, and then walks away, throwing the towel over his shoulder as he goes. Stumbling around the icy wasteland, Seg finds a way to boost the al on his communicator to contact Adam, and record a message to pass along to the love of his life. Given the of changes Krypton has made to Adam Strange, perhaps this tattooed Sagatari will end up being his Alanna, the alien beauty with whom he falls in love.

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The camera lingers on his bare ass, before returning to Adam, who certainly appears to appreciate the view. It's at the barracks of the elite guard that Adam delivers Seg's message, intended as his dying words.

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Predictably, Lyta springs into action, intent on saving Seg, and orders Adam to follow her, into the unisex locker room of the Sagitari. What begins as a minor moment of comedy, with Adam declaring " Whoa!

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Or, hey, maybe they're just two guys who liked what they saw, and took a moment to silently acknowledge that. The implication of the second exchange is unmistakable: that Krypton 's Adam Strange is, quite likely, gay or bisexual.

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Senior features editor of CBR, Kevin Melrose has covered comics, film, television and culture for the Eisner Award-winning website since A former newspaper editor and deer, Kevin has also worked in advertising and public relations, and as a nightclub manager and promoter. They eventually marry and have a daughter together.

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Okay, so, we left off last time and, frankly, things were looking up for queer people in comic books, right?


The time-traveling Adam Strange of Syfy's Krypton isn't a carbon copy of his comic book counterpart, the Silver Age sci-fi hero introduced in


According to those close to the series, yes — but that was before the idea got shut down by a now-former DC Entertainment executive