supergirlsmallville.jpgWe’ve already seen a version of Supergirl in the CW series Smallville, but this fall, Supergirl will join the show for real. The seventh season will kick off with the arrival of the 19-year-old Kara. While she will have all of Clark’s powers, there’s one that will stand out among fans of the show – she can fly!

“One of the joys of creating Smallville has been our ability to reinvent and reinterpret classic DC Comics characters,” said Smallville executive producer Al Gough. “Miles and I believe that Supergirl will give our series the mythic jolt that it needs as we head into our seventh season.”

Casting for Supergirl is currently underway.

Personally, with all of the other DC characters that have made an appearance in the show, I think they need to change the name from Smallville, to Justice League.

via Movie Web

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  1. June 12, 2007 at 11:06 am — Reply

    Psh…’Smallville’. Basically Superman’s ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’, with none of the quality.

  2. Kenneth
    June 12, 2007 at 2:00 pm — Reply

    Why are they continuing the series? It needs to end. They’re starting to really muck with the history of the character. I mean, having Clark meet Lois prior to taking his 10 yr hiatus. I’m still a bit frustrated here.

  3. pat
    June 12, 2007 at 11:35 pm — Reply

    its a good show, even if it messes up the story line a bit, its still quite entertaining and thats what they want and i love it but thats just me

  4. Sean
    June 13, 2007 at 10:07 am — Reply

    Agree with Pat. The show doesn’t follow the history but since there is only a move once every three, four, or ten years, it is great to have something to fill the void, and see the “alternate” past for Clark has been a great addition to the Clark Kent/Superman icon. Come on, we all know Lex and Clark weren’t best friends growing up, but isn’t it a great story either way?

  5. June 13, 2007 at 11:33 am — Reply

    Come on, we all know Lex and Clark weren’t best friends growing up, but isn’t it a great story either way?

    Pre-Crisis, Clark and Lex were best friends growing up, until the accident that cost Lex his hair. :)

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