Dan takes us on an emotional journey as we explore Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's A Superman for All Seasons. Tune in to hear us hold back the tears but also share all the laughs at this great exploration of an iconic character.
Well after 218 episodes, 10 seasons, 1 network change and a writers strike Smallville goes the distance a finishes their 10 year run. The two-part finale answers many questions, ties up most to the loose ends, and will satisfy most of the series true fans.
Growing up on old reruns of the 1960s Adam West Batman and Sean Connery Bond movies, they always seemed so exciting to watch. Both had their fair share of notorious villains with their plans of world domination. It's not 'til you get a little older that you realize how ridiculous (and lame) some of these supposed evil master plans were.
After this week's new episode, "Dominion", Smallville officially enters the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest running Science Fiction series for Television (in North America). Slightly more prestigious than their other record; most amount times a main character has been knocked unconscious in a TV series.
Soap star turned superhero in Metropolis? No, Jensen Ackles isn't returning to Smallville for one last time. Its daytime soap opera star Eric Martsolf guest staring on Smallville as Booster Gold, one of the latest hero to come from the DC universe.
Smallville bets the farm and resurrects Jonathan Kent from the back forty one last time. Bad rural jokes aside John Schneider returns for, what looks like, his last Smallville appearance as the always strong, honest and heroic father of Clark; Jonathan Kent.
Another part of the Superman mythology super-speeds off the comic book shelves this week on Smallville with what I like to call a 'bookend' type of an episode. The kind of episode with a good opening and ending that are really the only two parts keeping everything in the middle from collapsing.
It turns out that having some magical champagne can be much worse for than sipping down kryptonite Crystal when it comes to having a double bachelor party evening in Metropolis.
What's the easiest way to hide your identity from the public when you are a 6' 3", 200lbs kryptonian? Well for starters don't let people see your face when you wear a jacket with a big 'S' on the front. That and maybe a trip to LensCrafters.
One of the most exciting moments of this whole season for Smallville happened only a couple of hours before this week's episode even aired. The news confirming that Michael Rosenbaum will be returning for Smallville's two hour series finale at the end of the year. That's right folks, Lex is coming back.