And a last one if you like the idea of spit-roasting …
I like the actual picture but I’m indifferent towards the actions depicted
When You Text Someone & They Reply With One Word Reponses. Delete Their Number, Its No Point In Havin’ It.
Faora Hu-Ul was engineered to be a psychopathic warrior driven by the need to kill, rising to a high rank second only to General Zod, who lost faith in the Law Council's running of society and founded the Sword of Rao to start fresh by destroying degenerative bloodlines that led his people to the brink of extinction. Zod and his subordinates were sentenced to three hundred years of reconditioning in the Phantom Zone, but when Krypton exploded, the ripple effect freed them. Horrified that her world had blown up, Faora followed her leader's plans to find survivors and a new planet to rebuild Krypton. After Zod sent a message 'cross Earth, Faora was sent to pick up Kal-El and Lois. Faora fitted Lane with a visor so that she could breathe aboard the ship. The atmosphere disrupted Kal's powers (movie's version of kryptonite) and he was subjected to mental torture. Landing at the Kent farm and confronting Martha, Faora picked her off the ground using her new powers. Faora threw her down to find Kal's ship hidden beneath the barn as Clark returned and tackled her general away. Faora and Nam-Ek went off in pursuit and confronted Kal in Smallville. The two quickly outmatched Kal and pummeled him into the ground. As the military intervened and Nam-Ek dealt with them, Faora tackled Kal herself, proving her vast fighting experience by beating him at the start, though he overpowered her and Nam-Ek due to his superior solar-energy supply. When a missile hit her, it broke her visor and she and Nam-Ek retreated.
FAORA-UL, by Eddy Shinjuku.
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