Well, here we are. One day before Smallville’s ninth birthday saw episode 200, and for my money, it was well worth the lengthy wait. In fact, this is already one of my favorite Smallville episodes ever, and I’m almost certain [...]
Dan’s review of “Supergirl” is now up. See what he thought about the third episode of Season 10.
Dan’s back with his latest review. See what he thought about “Shield”.
I recently asked a close friend of mine if she preferred the classic Christopher Reeve Superman films or Smallville. I sensed that it wasn’t an easy decision, but ultimately, she went with the series, saying “it’s just more my generation”. [...]
In Smallville season 9 premiere, we were introduced to a John Corben who was brought into the Daily Planet as a replacement reporter for Clark Kent who was on indefinite family leave. But who is he? Check this out to get you ready for the episode “Metallo”.
Since the beginning of Season 6, Louis Febre has been the sole score composer on Smallville, infusing the show with his own unique melodic flavor. Bringing a unique understanding and orchestral interpretation to the onscreen characters that goes back, surprisingly, to the very inception of the series, Febre continues to make the series something we find dramatic, awe-inspiring, and even funny on a weekly basis. Dan Pulliam recently spoke with Louis in an exclusive interview about his involvement with the series.
After the episode “Beast”, Smallville fans went high and low trying to find information about the song featured on the episode. Lucky for us, we got an exclusive interview with Chris Levy, the guy behind “What You Feel”.
Az tells us what to expect in the season 7 edition of the Smallville Companion.
Fans were introduced to VAST’s music when “One More Day” was featured in “Veritas”. Now, the guys are giving Smallville fans a special offer for their album “April”.
This volume of the authorized companion series covers the making of season six, and is bursting with cast and crew interviews, unseen pictures, behind-the-scenes stories and a comprehensive episode guide. Also included are excerpts from the Smallville Ledger, the Daily Planet and Lois Lane’s articles for the Metropolis Inquisitor! Plus a special in-depth look at the making of the show’s action-packed episode ‘Justice’ featuring Green Arrow, Impulse, Aquaman and Cyborg, as well as a stunning 16-page color photo gallery.
“I’ve put a spell over you.” Those were the words with which Marié Digby entered into the hearts of Smallville fans. However before her song “Spell” was seen on Wrath, Marié was known as the girl who had covered Rihanna’s smash hit and much played single “Umbrella” on Youtube. The video was very popular and it boasts of over 3 million views to date.
The guys who brought us Smallville’s massive tunes (“You and Me” and “Everything”) are back with a brand new album full of potential hits (and possible Smallville featured music) that are sure to please fans (yes, Smallville fans, too!) and make new ones.
Smallville brought two fans together, they met in a Clana website. She was reading his fanfics and he was reading her’s. Look at them now, they are married!
Valentine’s Day is here and thoughts usually turn to love and relationships. It is no different on Smallville through out all 6 seasons. There have been many different relationships in varying degrees of amore. Who were the best and worst [...]