Last year, ComicsAlliance's Chris Sims and David Uzumeri watched and reviewed every episode of the tenth and final season of Smallville, the long-running show that chronicled Superman's origin from high school student to the world's greatest super-hero. Or at least, that was th
When Smallville first debuted in 2001, its mix of pretty teens experiencing the outré seemed like an attempt to reach the same audience as Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Now that the Superman-before-he-was-Superman show has reached its end, it looks to be taking more inspiration from the Joss Whedon show that lived on as a Dark Horse comic; Smallville will soon launch its eleventh season as a comic book
Green Arrow is the latest DC Comics superhero being considered to star in a live-action television series of his own. According to Entertainment Weekly, The CW network is "close" to ordering a pilot for a series featuring the Emerald Archer, currently under development by Greg Berlanti, March Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. Green Arrow joins a relatively long list of DC superheroes who may make the move to TV, a list that in
ComicsAlliance extends sincerest kudos to NBC and producer David E. Kelley for executing what is one of the cleverest, grandest bits of trolling we've seen in quite some time: Adrianne Palicki's costume from Kelley's much maligned and unsuccessful Wonder Woman television pilot will appear on his latest series, Harry's Law, worn
Gags: In response to Black Widow's lone butt shot among seven less showy dudes on the recently released poster and banners promoting The Avengers movie, Kevin Bolk has created a more balanced alternate image.
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Before they turned their attention to examining the Dark Knight's cinematic adventures, Remedial Batmanologists Chris Sims and David Uzumeri were tasked with providing the Internet's most in-depth review of the final season of Smallville, a show that neither of them had ever actually watched. On the off weeks, they delved
This video is literally titled "Smallville Finale Emotions." That is all. (Via Nerd Bastards)
Tonight marks the end of an era, as ten long years of Superman-inspired television come to an end with the series finale of Smallvile! We here at ComicsAlliance have been diligently chronicling the final season, but for such a momentous occasion, we're doing something special.
Tonight, from 8 to 10 PM Eastern time, Chris