Be sure and check out site reviewer Dan’s critique of last week’s penultimate Season 9 episode, “Hostage”.
Site reviewer Dan is back this week with his analysis-heavy take on last Friday’s “Sacrifice”.
Feast your eyes on these Ausiello exclusive new images from Absolute Justice. One image previews the violent showdown between Justin Hartley’s Green Arrow and Michael Shanks’ Hawkman and another one offers a first look at Doctor Fate (Brent Stait) and Stargirl (Britt Irvin). Check them out!
The character’s name is Steven Swift, his alias is Warrior Angel, and he’s being played by Carlo Marks. Does that actor sound familiar? He should.
It’s official: Smallville’s upcoming two-hour Justice Society-centric “movie” is now an actual movie. The title will be “Smallville: Absolute Justice” and will air as a seamless two-hour event with only one set of credits.
We uploaded the screen caps from the episode “Idol”. Check out the gallery now.
The CW has released 9 images from the episode “Pandora”. Check them out!
We just uploaded the screen caps of the episode “Kandor”. Check the gallery out now!
Zod! Metallo! The iconic S! Lois in peril! Chloe throwin’ some ‘tude! Clark in mid air! All of that and more can be found in the action-packed new trailer for Smallville’s upcoming ninth season.
Check out the first photo of Brian Austin Green as Smallville’s Metallo. He was killed by a robotic assassin in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles last spring, and now he is coming back to TV as a different kind of cyborg. In a two-episode arc on Smallville, he plays John Corben, a new Daily Planet reporter who becomes the comic-book villain Metallo.
E! Online’s Watch with Kristin gives us a few details on Zod and Lois in the coming season of Smallville.
We’re actually hearing of a “strained relationship” between Chloe and Clark next season on Smallville. Those two will always work together, and they will always be your “Chloe and Clark,” but expect some tension in season nine. Sorry guys.