Earlier this week, we told you Batman would be appearing in Smallville Season 11, a digital first series from DC Comics. We pondered who was under the mask of Robin, and now we know.
Apparently 10 seasons of the Smallville TV show wasn’t enough to get Batman to show up. Now though, after following the Buffy route, Smallville Season 11 will have Batman finally show up in issue 5. Take the jump for our first look.
Even though Smallville has concluded its run on The CW, fans apparently still want more, and DC is answering demand with Smallville Season 11.
In an upcoming episode of of Harry’s Law, be on the lookout for Smallville’s Erica Durance who walks around in a Wonder Woman costume believing she is an Amazonian princess.
Smallville the television series may be over on The CW, but that doesn’t mean we can’t experience the raging hormones of the last son of Krypton in pr0n form. Extreme Comixxx announced that Smallville will be the the next comic-oriented property that will get the adult parody treatment.
The company is seeking to fill all open roles with young performers, including Superman/Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Lana Lang, Lex Luthor, Chloe Sullivan and others.
The movie will shoot in June with a September release.
The final episode of Smallville has finally aired. Ten years is a long time for any television series to be on the air, but for a comic book based franchise to last that long is an accomplishment.
What did you think? Now is your time to use the comment section to reflect on ten years of pseudo-Superman and all it created. Did you love it? Did you hate it? Did you remember things differently than Matthew did earlier today?
Or – “In Honor Of The Series Finale…”
It’s been a long, strange trip for the denizens of Smallville, Kansas, and it looks like there might be a red cape in their near future… Before the finale, Major Spoilers says farewell to Tom Welling, the Junior Lifeguard Association and all those beautiful young women with this week’s Top Ten!
After 10 incredible seasons, Smallville: The Complete Series will arrive on DVD this fall. This ultimate collector’s set for the ultimate fan features over 192 hours of content – including all 218 episodes, over five hours of newly added special features such as an unaired, never-before-seen Superboy pilot from 1961, a 90-minute series retrospective with all new interviews, the 2010 final Comic-Con panel and more!
When audiences learned that Lex Luthor was returning for the season finale of Smallville, people went nuts. I have a feeling after watching this teaser trailer featuring Michael Rosenbaum will have people flipping their lids.