Phantom Zone

The Phantom Zone is a fictional prison dimension featured in the Superman comic books and related media published by DC Comics. It first appeared in Adventure Comics #283 (April 1961), and was created by Robert Bernstein and George Papp. It was frequently used in the Superman comics before the continuity was rebooted in the 1980s, after Crisis on Infinite Earths, and has appeared occasionally since.

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Super Friends (1980) - Guest Characters and Villains
... The three Phantom Zone villains, who first appeared in the 1978 episode "Terror from the Phantom Zone", later return in a "lost season" episode from 1983 ... The Super Friends version of the Phantom Zone is described as, "Far beyond the boundaries of the Milky Way ... ruthless criminals in the galaxy is the infamous Phantom Zone." The molecular structure of any person exiled in the Zone appears white and black ...
Phantom Zone - In Other Media - Parodies and Homages
... In Bartman Meets Radioactive Man, Radioactive Man is imprisoned in the Limbo Zone ... Family Guy parodied the Phantom Zone in the episode "Lethal Weapons." When Peter announced that "Krypton sucks", General Zod, Non, and Ursa came by ... Christmas Ever" shows that God imprisoned Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog in the Phantom Zone when they tried to get into Heaven ...
Booster Gold - Fictography - 52 and Supernova
... Hunter and Booster attempt to trap Skeets in the Phantom Zone, but Skeets appears to eat the subdimension and pursues his two adversaries through time ... Mister Mind attempts to trap Booster and Rip in the Phantom Zone which he devoured when it was turned on him, but is stopped by Supernova (now Daniel Carter, who was saved from the time loop he was trapped in by Rip ...
Smallville (season 8) - Episodes
... the crystal it activates and sends him and Lois to the Phantom Zone ... Clark informs Chloe that he can send Davis to the Phantom Zone using the crystal from the Fortress of Solitude hearing this, Chloe lies and tells Clark she thinks Davis could be ... Clark uses the crystal to open the Phantom Zone, but Chloe arrives, removes the crystal, and chastises Clark for giving up on Davis ...
Superboy (Kal-El) - Publication History - Enemies of Superboy
... One year later, both the Phantom Zone and its most infamous occupant, General Zod, make their first appearances in Adventure Comics #283 (1959), in a story that features Superboy ... Zod and other Phantom Zone villains would become recurring villains in Superboy stories, and go on to plague Superman ...

Famous quotes containing the words zone and/or phantom:

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    Italo Calvino (1923–1985)

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