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    The Eradicator being hell-bent on creating a new Kandor on earth like I said above aligns with its primary purpose when Kem-El created it. By restoring Kandor, it would preserve the last vestige of Krypton. Tess being the savior of Kandor could be the Eradicator's way of giving her props for allowing Kandor to be restored...for making it all possible. This would also make the return of Kandor similar to the New Krypton storyline in the comics, even though it doesn't involve the Eradicator. The Eradicator could be used to tie so many things together (Clark's revival after his death, Kandor's return, and so much more).
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    The Eradicator never separated Clark from Kal-El in the comics. He just pretty much created a clone body to inhabit. Of course this is SV, and they could do it a little differently.

    The Eradicator never destroyed crystals so that Clark died on purpose in the comics. In the show, they could explain it as being its master plan to get a body of its own---and one capable of flight. Of course it would also know that it could revive Clark by doing this (see my reasoning above). The Eradicator would do this so it could save Clark while also restoring a lost Kryptonian civilization---Kandor. In the comics, the Eradicator's sole purpose was to preserve all things Kryptonian, so this would really allign with the comics.
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    In the comics, the Eradicator starts off as a device & after Superman died, it took his DNA from the birthing matrix (a device that carried Clark's cells to Earth where he was born in the comics) & created a body for itself that looked pretty much exactly like Superman. Here's a comic cover with the Eradicator:

    He replaced Superman. When Superman came back from death, he was seriously depowered and wore a black Kryptonian lifesuit. Something happened & the Cyborg Superman (Hank Henshaw) caused some Kryptonian gas to leak & blasted the Eradicator with a beam. It went through the Eradicator, killing him but repowered Superman & fully charged him. So my theory would be a little similar. He would split off Clark's Kal-El side & energize it after possessing that side of Clark. Because Clark's Kal-El & Clark sides would be connected, Kal-El's body being revived could also mean that Clark's body is revived.
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    Here are the links to the fanfics:

    Retribution (Episode 6.18) & Eradication (Episode 6.22):

    Fissure: (Episode 7.01):

    Clash: (Episode 7.02):

    Krypton (Episode 7.03):

    I plan on finishing up the next one, which I've been in the middle of for a long time. I actually planned the entire season back in October of 2007. One of the episodes has Lana learning Clark's secret in a much better way than was done on the show. It ties into real events seen on the show and has Lana figuring it out on her own after asking some questions to various people. I also incorporated the Justice League in Clash.
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    I altered Hank Henshaw's origin and tied it to the nuke explosion in Hidden. He is definitely one of my favorite villians & I would love to see him on the show, but there's no way they would ever be able to afford those effects and make Tom look like a cyborg with the current budget.
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    I started my fanfics back in 2007 before the actual season 6 even ended. I wrote them like episode scripts. The first 2 episodes are partial episodes. They split off from the official series after Combat, meaning Combat is the last episode common to my timeline and the official timeline. Instead of Progeny, I made Retribution. The next episode is my season 6 finale, Eradication, where I introduce the Eradicator. I also introduce Hank Henshaw, who in the comics was an astronaut who at first seemingly died in an experimental shuttle. In the comics, the circumstances were definitely a nod to the Fantastic 4's origin, but instead, everyone in the shuttle (Henshaw, his wife, and the other 2 astronauts were all doomed). Henshaw in the comics returned after Superman died as the Cyborg Superman, seen here:

    You can read more about him on Wikipedia:
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    Thanks for the kind words & bless you too. I wouldn't be surprised if it doesn't happen, but I'll try to be optimistic. Even though season 7 had the effects, I do like season 8 a lot better because I think for the most part the writing was better and I like Clark's portrayal this season. I wish we had a Clark vs. Kal-El war in season 7 like I have been suggesting and wrote about in my season 7 fanfic episodes.
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    I hope so. Otherwise the budget is a lot less than I thought. Because they really didn't have anything spectacular effects-wise this season. They almost always used that one street in Metropolis.
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    i just loved the twist at the end really, plus the Oliver and Tess moments.. haahha btw, u wanna chat on msn? [email protected].. i'm on line now
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    hey Lilly, what an episode!
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