After a long 10-year run on The CW, Smallville has come to an end. However, DC Entertainment is bringing the show back into print with a new comic book series. Written by Bryan Q. Miller, the first issue will be available digitally on April 13, 2012, with new issues coming out every week thereafter. The comics will also be available in print, with an episode guide and more theinewshunt.
Smallville was a hit TV show with a great premise: the story of a young Clark Kent becoming Superman. It also had strong writing, directing, and casting. And, while it was a superhero show, it was still focused on the flawed Clark Kent. In season 11, we get to see how he learns to choose his battles.
Smallville season 11 is the last season of the show’s main arc. It follows the events of the series’ miniseries “Crisis on Infinite Earths” and introduces versions of characters such as Green Lantern and Wonder Woman. The show also uses elements from the canon to create a fresh spin on the characters inewshunt360.
After five seasons, Smallville returned in a digital-print model. This allowed for weekly episodes, which were released in print the following Friday. As a result, the show gained critical acclaim and commercial success. It received numerous awards, including a Teen Choice Award, and was praised by Christopher Reeves. Its star, Tom Welling, starred as Clark Kent and was named People’s most promising actor in 2001. After season 11, Smallville will end its run, though it will remain available in comic book form thaionlinegamingworld.