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Cor-Vex is the son of Seg-El and Nyssa-Vex. Because Seg is his father, Cor is Seg's firstborn son. Cor has a younger half-brother from the future: Dru-Zod.

Biography Edit

When Seg-El and Nyssa-Vex were to be bound, they headed to the Genesis Chamber where they had the Oracle determine their future child. Cor-Vex was said to best be suited for the Lawmakers Guild, living for 173 cycles.[1]

During the season one finale, his mother evacuates him from the Genesis Chamber and transports him into a Medusoid to save him from being part of the imminent collection of Brainiac. On her way out, Nyssa encounters Jax-Ur who reveals to her that she is a clone conceived via the Vara Protocol.

Light-Years From Home Edit

Six months later, Cor had been fully born and is frequently carried by his mother as she and his great grandfather Val-El had been organizing a resistance against his half brother Dru-Zod. In Mama Zed's home, he was presented to Adam Strange, who had returned from the future. When his mother Nyssa had gotten a lead on the whereabouts of her father, Cor was put in Mama Zed's care while she went off to track him down.

However, it was revealed that everything had been a trap set by Lyta-Zod. Mama Zed gave Cor up to Zod and upon seeing him in Zod's hands, Nyssa tried to get him back but was restrained by Lyta's men. Zod assured Nyssa that Cor would be returned to her if she gave up Val and Jax-Ur but she refused. Zod then told her that if she would still defy him then he would raise Cor himself.

When Adam Strange had found Seg-El, he informed him that he had met his son and Seg was eager to know if he was alright.[2]

Personality Edit

Cor-Vex was said to be of good character.[1] According to Lyta, Cor looks like his father.[3]

Trivia Edit

  • One popular speculation fans have is Nyssa and Seg may have Cor's name changed to Jor-El.

Appearances Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Goldberg, Ian, Goyer, David S. (writers), Donnelly, Ciaran & McCarthy, Colm (directors) (March 21, 2018). "Pilot". Krypton. Season 1. Episode 1. Syfy.
  2. Goyer, David S. & Welsh, Cameron (writers), Roskin, Marc (director) (June 12, 2019). "Light-Years From Home". Krypton. Season 2. Episode 1. Syfy.
  3. Horne, Kiersten Van (writer), Roskin, Marc (director) (June 19, 2019). "Ghost In The Fire". Krypton. Season 2. Episode 2. Syfy.
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