With the scene earlier with her finding the children they’d bombed by trying to kill Khan, I was hoping it would go in the direction of showing that Khan and his people were not as bad as the enemy claimed and that the human governments weren’t all that good either.
So she’s proud of her actions despite the children and all? 🙁
Looking forward to more of the comic!
So, am I to assume that “Operation Kryptonite” is (or was) the name of US operations during the Eugenics Wars?
What else would you fight supermen with?
another question, Where does the Colonel Shaun Christopher’s Earth-Saturn Probe fall on your timeline?
I’d just side with the 2009 date in Okuda’s chronology. If Sean Christopher was born in the next year or so after the episode he’d be nearly the same age during the Saturn mission as Neil Armstrong was when he landed on the moon.
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