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Smallville

  1. 1. Index Characters Plot Seasons Justice League Ethan Cornwill
  2. 2. Characters Clark Kent Lois Lane Green Arrow Lex Luthor Tess Mercer Chloe Sullivan Ethan Cornwill
  3. 3. Seasons One Three Two Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten
  4. 4. Plot Season 1 The first season was a tremendous success, but some fans balked at the villain often only appearing in one episode and almost always deriving their power from kryptonite exposure, affectionately becoming known as the "freak of the week". John Glover's Lionel Luthor character was just intended to be a guest star on the show, but due to his popularity and Johnson wanting to leave the show, he became a full-time cast member for Season Two, as Whitney was written out of the series. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  5. 5. Plot Season 2 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  6. 6. Plot Season 3 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  7. 7. Plot Season 4 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  8. 8. Plot Season 5 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  9. 9. Plot Season 6 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  10. 10. Plot Season 7 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  11. 11. Plot Season 8 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  12. 12. Plot Season 9 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  13. 13. Plot Season 10 Season Two had a fewer "freaks of the week" appear on the show, and instead focused more on character development, especially on Clark discovering his true origins and accepting his destiny. The show volleyed Clark and Lana's relationship, never actually allowing the two to become an official couple for most of the first 4 seasons. A memorable moment of the series was the appearance of Christopher Reeve, who played Superman in the 70's and 80's film serials, as Dr. Virgil Swann. Swann provided Clark with information of his origins, in a "passing of the torch" moment between Reeve and Welling. Read More Ethan Cornwill Index
  14. 14. Smallville Season 1 Episodes 1. Pilot 2. Metamorphasis Ethan Cornwill
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  18. 18. Smallville Season 1 Episodes 1. Pilot 2. Metamorphasis Ethan Cornwill
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  21. 21. Smallville Season 1 Episodes 1. Pilot 2. Metamorphasis Ethan Cornwill
  22. 22. Smallville Season 1 Episodes 1. Pilot 2. Metamorphasis Ethan Cornwill
  23. 23. Smallville Season 1 Episodes 1. Pilot 2. Metamorphasis Ethan Cornwill
  24. 24. Clark Kent (Tom Welling) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  25. 25. As the Blur, Clark wore dark clothing with his family's Kryptonian symbol on his chest, alluding to the Superman costume and also to the fact that Clark was still in mourning over Jimmy's death. After Cat Grant told him that the world needs an all-American hero who doesn't hide in the shadows, Clark was inspired to make a change and started with his costume, donning a new attire consisting of a red leather jacket with the Mark of El engraved on it and a blue shirt underneath. The Blur The Red-Blue Blur The Blur Pre-Superman Blur
  26. 26. Due to Clark's constant red-jacket/blue-shirt look (at times blue- jacket/red-shirt) at the start of his super-saves in Metropolis, Jimmy's first photo of him gave the general public the perception of a super-speeding man in red and blue. Unwilling to don a 'suit' just yet, though also seeing the notion on how a costumed hero watching over the people of the city can give them some hope, Clark sought Oliver to give the city a single clear view of his seeding alias. As confirmed by later notions, like kids' views of "the Red-Blue Blur" resembling what'll be Superman, as well as Martha adapting a yellow belt and Clark's red cape given to him by Rachel Davenport, the general public perceives this first guise of the proto-Superman "Blur" to be mostly donning blue, a yellow belt, and heavy red cape. The Red-Blue Blur The Blur Pre-Superman Blur
  27. 27. Though still giving off a mostly blur-like perception to the public, Clark decided to notch up his proto-Superman alias, with the events of Doomsday persuading him to drop the red/blue colours in favour of a pure black look. This actual 'suit' includes a cape-like trench coat, in a way continuing on from the perception Oliver gave Metropolis back in Identity, and the actual Mark of El proudly on his chest. Because he isn't letting the citizens still fully see him yet, though there are exceptions from time to time with allowing Lois and a few citizens to glimpse him, Clark emphasizes the use of his family's crest by burning it at areas of his saves. Though it was at a great distance, thus mostly obscuring his face from the general public, he did let them fully see him for the first time during his last super-save in this suit as he caught the Daily Planet globe. This costume is very similar to the one Zod adopted when he possessed Lex. The Blur Pre-Superman Blur
  28. 28. Clark's truly final transition from the seeding alias that has been building for two years. In response to Cat Grant's emphasis on the continuing paranoia from certain sections of the general public and even the US military toward costumed heroes, Clark forever dropped the black in favour of returning to the more American- friendly red and blue. Though unable to keep a cape-look due to Jor-El confining the full- fledged Superman suit that Martha made for him, Clark opted to don a 'suit' more familiar with Oliver and the Justice League's: A red leather jacket with the iconic 'S' embedded (two halves of it on the left and right sides) of the front chest section, as well as a blue shirt from his first Blur look under the jacket. Clark used this last contribution to his proto-Superman "Blur" far less than the prior two so far, taking what could be considered a five-episode sabbatical before he finally started performing public super-saves in it. Pre-Superman Blur Pre-Superman Blur
  29. 29. Lois Lane (Erica Durance) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  30. 30. Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  31. 31. Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  32. 32. Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  33. 33. Tess Mercer (Cassidy Freedman) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  34. 34. Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack) "So what are you: man or superman?" — Lana Lang to Clark Kent, Pilot Clark Kent, aka Superman, is Earth's greatest hero and the main protagonist of Smallville. Hailing from the planet Krypton, Clark is a super-powered alien who was raised in Smallville, Kansas. He resided there until his early adult years, when he moved to Metropolis. Accompanied by a massive meteor shower, his spaceship crash-landed in Miller's Field in Smallville: there, he was found by farmers Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent to which they raised him as their son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good. For many years, Clark maintained an association with Lex Luthor that started as a friendship before evolving into mutual enmity, a complicated relationship with his first love Lana Lang, and finally met Lois Lane, with whom he began a relationship after they were assigned as co-workers at the Daily Planet. Read More
  35. 35. Bibliography https://www.screenused.com/?sectionID=item-detail&subsectionID=index.cfm&item_id=9512 http://au.ign.com/articles/2012/09/07/superman-fan-wants-to-rename-town-smallville http://smallville.wikia.com/wiki/Talk:Metropolis http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/smallville/images/20369385/title/smallville-widscreen-photo http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/smallville/images/1179071/title/clark-kent-photo https://creativemarket.com/truemitra/24238-comic-sunburst-background http://smallville.wikia.com http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0279600/episodes

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