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Jor-El
Jor-El TLBM.jpg
Theme:

DC Comics Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie

Variations:

DC Comics Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie

Accessories:

Cape, Crystal

Years:

2013, 2018

[List of appearances]

Jor-El is a DC Comics Super Heroes minifigure released in 2013. A new version was released in 2018 as part of the The LEGO Batman Movie theme.

Description[edit]

DC Comics Super Heroes

Jor-El has tousled dark brown hair and his face is printed with brown eyebrows and a full beard with flecks of grey. He has a dark brown cape. His torso, arms, hips, and legs are dark blue while his hands are flesh. His torso is printed with dark blue neckline. His logo which is a large brown "S" (meaning "hope" in Kryptonian) and some dark gold, the suit's cut on his body, a gold oval and silver embroidery which continues onto the legs. The back printing is similar to that of Superman's Man of Steel variation.

Background[edit]

Jor-El was a renowned scientist on Krypton married to Lara Lor-Van. He attempted to warn the Kryptonian council about Krypton's destruction due to its unstable core and wanted to send a Kryptonian genetics codex to other worlds to save their species, but the council refused. General Zod, his old friend, and his army then arrived and tried to overthrow the council, and Zod offered him a place in reshaping Krypton's government. Jor-El refused, escaped and stole the codex.

He returned home, and imprinted the codex on his newborn son, Kal-El, who was the first naturally born Kryptonian in centuries. They prepared to send him to Earth before Zod arrived, and when he did, Jor-El fended him off, long enough for Lara to launch Kal-El's ship. Zod then killed Jor-El in rage.

Clark Kent (Kal-El's Earth name) discovered an ancient Kryptonian scout ship, and inserted Jor-El's artificial intelligence into the ship's mainframe. Jor-El explained Krypton's history, Zod's intentions, and why he was sent to Earth. He also presented Clark with his uniform.

Lois Lane later called on Jor-El to help her escape Zod's mothership. Jor-El helped his son escape the ship and sent him to stop Zod.

Zod took control of the scout ship and Jor-El attempted to talk him out his plan to turn Earth into a new Krypton. However, the sectarian forced the A.I. to disappear and seemingly destroyed it.

In The LEGO Batman Movie[edit]

As Batman and Robin arrived at the Fortress of Solitude to steal The Phantom Zone Projector, Batman encountered Superman and the rest of Justice League celebrating their anniversary without him. Simultaneously, Robin made his way to the atomic cauldron to steal the projector. Soon, leaving to assist his son, Batman found Jor-El's knowledge crystals, activating a projection of him explaining their purpose. Ignorantly, Batman began destroying the crystals, allowing for the deactivation of the projection and the barrier guarding the cauldron.

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Appearances[edit]

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Gallery of variants[edit]

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Gallery[edit]

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Heroes: Ace the Bat-Hound | Aquaman | Arsenal | The Atom | Batgirl | Batman | Batwoman | Beast Boy | Black Lightning | Blue Beetle | Cosmic Boy | Cyborg | The Flash | Firestorm | Green Arrow | Green Lantern (Jessica CruzJohn StewartHal Jordan) | Hawkman | Katana | Krypto | Lightning Lad | Martian Manhunter | Mera | Nightwing | Plastic Man | Red Hood | Robin (Damian WayneDick GraysonTim Drake) | Shazam! | Starfire | Superboy | Supergirl | Superman | Vixen (Amaya Jiwe) | Wonder Woman
Villains: Ares | Bane | Batzarro | Bizarro | Black Manta | Brainiac | Brother Eye | Captain Boomerang | Captain Cold | Catwoman | Cheetah | Clayface | Darkseid | Deadshot | Deathstroke | Doomsday | Faora | Firefly | General Zod | Gorilla Grodd | Harley Quinn | The Joker | Killer Croc | Killer Frost | Killer Moth | Lex Luthor | Lobo | Man-Bat | Mr. Freeze | Ocean Master | OMAC | The Penguin | Poison Ivy | Ra's Al Ghul | Reverse-Flash | The Riddler | The Scarecrow | Sinestro | Steppenwolf | Talia Al Ghul | Talon | Tor-An | Trickster | Two-Face
Other: Alfred Pennyworth | Atlantean Guard | Bruce Wayne | Clark Kent | Colonel Hardy | Commissioner Gordon | Dick Grayson | Dr. Harleen Quinzel | Farmer | Guard | Joker Henchman | Jor-El | LexCorp Agent | Lois Lane | Parademons | Penguin Minion | Steve Trevor | Truck Driver | Two-Face Henchman
Video game characters released in other themes: Black Canary | Calendar Man | Clock King | Condiment King | Eclipso | Mr. Freeze Henchman | Gentleman Ghost | Hawkgirl | Hugo Strange | Kite Man | Lashina | Mad Harriet | Police Officer (Super Heroes) | Polka-Dot Man | Raven
Non-physical: Adam Strange | Adam West | Amanda Waller | Ambush Bug | Anti-Monitor | Aqualad | Arkillo | Artemis | Asylum Inmate | Asylum Patient | Atomica | Atrocitus | Azrael | B'dg | Bat-Cow | Bat-Mite | Batman (Terry McGinnis) | Big Barda | Billy Batson | Bizarra | Black Adam | Black Beetle | Black Hand | Black Mask | Bleez | Blight | Bonk | Booster Gold | The Brain | Brainiac Goon | Brine King | Bronze Tiger | Captain Clown | Chang Tzu | Cheshire | Composite Superman | Conan O'Brien | Copperhead | Count Vertigo | Creeper | Cyborg Superman | Cyzarro | Darla Dudley | Deadman | Deathstorm | Desaad | Detective Chimp | Dex-Starr | Diana Prince | Diggle | Doctor Fate | Doctor Light | Doctor Poison | Doctor Sivana | Donna Troy | El Diablo | Enchantress | Envy | Eradicator | Etrigan | Eugene Choi | Felicity Smoak | Felix Faust | The Flash (Wally West) | Frankenstein | Freeze Goon | Freddy Freeman | Giganta | Gizmo | Gluttony | Golden Glider | Grail | Granny Goodness | Gray Ghost | Green Loontern | Greenzarro | Geoff Johns |Grid | Guy Gardner | Heat Wave | Heavy Joker Goon | Huntress | Hush | Impulse | Indigo | Indigo-1 | Indigo Tribe Warrior | Inque | Jim Lee | Jimmy Olsen | Jinx | John Constantine | Johnny Quick | Kalibak | Kanto | Kelex | Kevin Smith | Kid Flash | Kilowog | King Nereus | King Shark | Klarion the Witch Boy | Lady Shiva | Lara | Larfleeze | LexBot | LexCorp Heavy | LexCorp Pilot | LexCorp Security | Livewire | Lucius Fox | Mad Hatter | Malcolm Merlyn | Mammoth | Mantis | Manchester Black | Mary Bromfield | Mayor | Mazahs | Mercy Graves | Metallo | Mirror Master | Mister Miracle | Miss Martian | Mongul | Monsieur Mallah | Monster Man | Mr. Mxyzptlk | Mr. Terrific | Mr. Zsasz | Murk | Music Meister | Nora Fries | Old Lady | Orange Construct Warrior | Orion | Owlman | Parasite | Pedro Peña | Perry White | Phantasm | Plastique | Platinum | Poison Ivy Goon | Power Girl | Power Ring | Pride | Prometheus | Psimon | Psycho Pirate | Queen Atlanna | The Question | Rainbow Raider | Ravager | Reach Warrior | Reign | Renee Montoya | Red Lantern Warrior | Red Robin | Red Tornado | Riddler Henchman | Rookie | Saint Walker | Sara Lance | Saturn Girl | Scarecrow Goon | Sea King | Security Guard | The Shade | Shazam (Wizard) | Silver Banshee | Simon Baz | Sinestro Corps Warrior | Skeets | Solomon Grundy | Solovar | Spectre | The Spoiler | Star Sapphire | Stargirl | Stompa | Superboy (Jon Kent) | Superwoman | Swamp Thing | Terra | Thunderer | Tim Drake | Toyman | Trench Creature | Trigon | Ultra-Humanite | Ultraman | Vandal Savage | Ventriloquist and Scarface | Vibe | Vicki Vale | Vigilante | Virman Vunderbar | Vixen | Vulko | White Lantern | Wonder Girl | Wrath | Zamaron Warrior | Zatanna | Zoom
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Facts about "Jor-El"
AccessoriesCape, Crystal +
ImageJor-El TLBM.jpg +
Img1Jor-El.jpg +
Img2Jor-El TLBM.jpg +
InfoboxTemplateMinifigure +
ThemeDC Comics Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie +
TitleJor-El +
Txt1DC Comics Super Heroes +
Txt2The LEGO Batman Movie +
VariationsDC Comics Super Heroes
The LEGO Batman Movie +
Years2013, 2018 +