Season 1 of Jupiter’s legacy concluded with a cliffhanger, several major revelations, and a shocking death. Based on a comic book by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, this series establishes a vast world full of intriguing characters, multiple generations, and conflicts that focus the superheroes on interaction with the world in general. By the end of Jupiter’s legacy season, the Union of Justice was in a bad way. The code, which stated first and foremost that no Union Member could kill, began to question Grace (aa, Lady Liberty) and Sheldon Sampson’s son Brandon (available as The Utopian). Walter Sampson was up to something nefarious (a.k.a. Brainwave). He not only sought to demolish the Union in order to develop his own politics and vision, but he also murdered his daughter Raikou to ensure that no one stood in his way. To say his actions were brutal would be an understatement.
Of course, there was a lot more going on during the Legacy 1 finale in Jupiter, and a lot of things helped shape the show’s future (this was not renewed yet for the 2nd season of the official season). Will Brandon betray the Utopian? Can Walter permanently demolish the Union? Is Hutch going to go after Skyfox? With so much plot and character development bubbling to the surface, there is much to be discovered. Here’s a rundown of everything that happened during Season 1’s first finale.
Sampson spent a long time in the shadow of Sheldon, his brother, to whom others listened intently. However, after the Union took power in the 1930s, Walter’s hatred for his brother faded. For a long time, it had been brewing like a storm between them. Walter’s dislike for Sheldon was exacerbated by its abilities. Brainwave ultimately desired to depose Sheldon as Union leader, abandon the strict moral code governing Sheldon’s actions, and impose Union rules on improving the world.