First episode was a little heavy on the exposition, with a lot of telling-not-showing to fill us in on what happened during the six-month time jump. Still, there was some good stuff here, including probably the best visual realization of the Phantom Zone I've ever seen. I didn't even recognize Daron at first, and his sudden death was suitably shocking. Surprised to see Lyta apparently all in with General Zod's campaign, though she still shows glimpses of her familiar compassion and character. And between Adam and Lobo, there seems to be an effort to lighten up a bit compared to last season. ("First of all, I'm fully cocked!" ) Not the best episode of Krypton, but I'm glad to have it back, and now that we're caught up on the events of the intervening months, the story will hopefully flow a little more smoothly going forward.