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Stolen Memories 

Brainiac, once Krypton's all-knowing planetary computer, comes to Earth as part of his information-gathering trek across the galaxy. But, as Superman discovers, Brainiac's intent after ... See full summary »

Director:

Curt Geda

Writers:

Rich Fogel, Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman) | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Tim Daly ... Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
Dana Delany ... Lois Lane (voice)
Clancy Brown ... Lex Luthor (voice)
Christopher McDonald ... Jor-El (voice)
David Kaufman ... Jimmy Olsen (voice)
Lauren Tom ... Angela Chen (voice)
Corey Burton ... Brainiac (voice)
Victor Brandt Victor Brandt ... Professor Hamilton (voice)
Townsend Coleman ... Programmer (voice)
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Brainiac, once Krypton's all-knowing planetary computer, comes to Earth as part of his information-gathering trek across the galaxy. But, as Superman discovers, Brainiac's intent after gathering the world's knowledge is to destroy the Earth.

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TV-PG
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 1996 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. Animation See more »
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Color
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Superman: You destroyed those planets, didn't you? And every living soul on them!
Brainiac: Only their knowledge was important. It was what I was programmed to collect and protect.
Superman: But why kill?
Brainiac: The fewer beings who have the knowledge, the more precious it becomes.
Superman: You're insane!
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Brainiac Has Memories For Sale
13 June 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Brainiac, the living computer that once ruled Krypton because of its vast knowledge but escaped before the planet blew up, comes to Earth and meets his "contact," Lex Luthor. That's not a good pair to have working together and Luthor informs Superman that Brainiac (now in a robot-like human form) wants to see him aboard his spaceship. When Superman enters the ship, he isn't welcomed warmly.

After things settle down, Brainiac explains to our hero, "We are orphans of the same planet. While you have been on earth, I have been roamed the universe." He further explains how he has gained the knowledge that exists on all the planets. They are in the form of "memory modules" in one of the ship's rooms. One belongs to Krypton and Superman gets a quick peek and sees his father. Brianiac quickly stops that and then offers a partnership with Superman in exchange for all the memories of his former planet and parents.

Of course, Superman is not going to abandon Earth, "my home now," but he thinks about it. Eventually, he sees Brainiac for whom he is - an evil "being." Oddly, Luthor and Superman wind up on the same side against this alien.

This is another action-packed adventure with a lot of violence, so I would caution showing this to little kids if that is an issue with any parent reading this.


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