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General Zod

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CBUB Losses: 10
Win Percentage: 44.44%

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Official Site: DC Comics

General Zod (full name Dru-Zod) is a fictional character who appears in comic book published by DC Comics, a supervillain who is one of Superman's more prominent enemies. The character first appeared in Adventure Comics #283 (April 1961), and was created by Robert Bernstein and George Papp. In the motion pictures Superman: The Movie (1978) and Superman II (1980), Zod is portrayed by British actor Terence Stamp; he is the principal villain of the latter film. British film magazine Total Film named Stamp's version of Zod #32 on their 'Top 50 Greatest Villains Of All Time' list (beating out the #38 place of Lex Luthor) in 2007. Pop culture website also named the General as a character as #30 on their list of the 'Top 50 Comic Book Villains' while commenting "Stamp is Zod" (emphasis in original).

Dru-Zod is a megalomaniac Kryptonian, in charge of the military forces on Krypton. He had known Jor-El, Superman's father, when he was an aspiring scientist. When the space program was abolished after the destruction of the inhabited moon Wegthor, which had been caused by renegade scientist Jax-Ur, he attempted to take over Krypton. Zod created an army of robotic duplicates of himself, all bearing a resemblance to Bizarro. He was sentenced to exile in the Phantom Zone for his crimes. Zod was eventually released by Superboy when his term of imprisonment was up. However, he attempted to conquer Earth with the super powers gained under the yellow sun. Zod was sent back into the Phantom Zone, from which he occasionally escapes to target Superman.

This Zod came from a Krypton in a pocket universe created by the Time Trapper. He, along with companions Quex-Ul and Faora, devastated the Earth of that universe following the death of its Superboy, despite the best efforts of a Supergirl created by this world's heroic Lex Luthor. Eventually, the survivors of this world managed to contact the Superman of the main universe to help them, and he was able to take away the powers of the three super-criminals with gold kryptonite (As he was not from that universe, the Kryptonite of that reality would have no effect on him). However, as the three vowed to some day regain their powers and return to Superman's world to kill him, Superman was forced to execute them with Kryptonite, and it was this action that caused him to question his powers and how to deal with evil doers. This version of Zod is based closely on the Pre-Crisis version, the significant difference is he has killed everyone on the pocket Earth rather than conquering them with ease since there's no Superboy/Superman to stop him.

This incarnation of General Zod was introduced in the 2001 storyline "Return to Krypton." He was the head of the Kryptonian military in an alternate reality created by Brainiac 13. Like the Pre-Crisis version, Zod held the Kryptonian equivalent of fascist beliefs. He sent aliens to the bottle city of Kandor and planned a military coup. Zod was defeated by Superman and the Jor-El of that Krypton.

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Black Bolt 4 to 13
Win Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) 8 to 0
Win Thanos 7 to 4

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Win Brak 44 to 23
Loss The Sentry 31 to 73
Loss Thor (Marvel) 29 to 85
Loss Black Adam 41 to 71
Loss Hyperion (Marvel) 53 to 58
Win Danny Phantom 62 to 34
Loss Beta Ray Bill 41 to 85
Loss Darkseid 22 to 71
Win Imperium Of Man (Warhammer 40,000) 49 to 38
Win Eradicator 71 to 37
Loss The Incredibles 53 to 56
Win Nova 56 to 43
Loss Stryfe 49 to 55
Win Nuclear Man 18 to 10
Loss Brainiac 11 to 13