Before we begin, let's just get the obvious out of the way - yes, we're looking at yet another DC Universe Original Animated Movie starring Superman and Batman and seemingly based on Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner's "Supergirl" storyline from the second volume of "Superman/Batman
Warner Bros. is working hard to expose the general public to the DC Comics library by way of the newly organized DC Entertainment, a recently launched video game studio in Montreal and a plethora of animated adventures courtesy of Bruce Timm and other creative minds
Life isn't always super for superheroes. The bad guy busting can go badly, and one's dual identity lifestyle can interfere with the continued establishment of meaningful relationships. These are well-documented problems associated with crime-fighters, and while they're certainly among the worst of the bunch, they aren't the only difficulties that Batman, Superman and the rest of them face
The third episode of the season (titled 'Fierce') features our supergirl Kara trying to fit in on Earth. Naturally the best way to do this is by entering a beauty pageant (Miss Sweet Corn). Right away we find a trio of super hot BFFs fighting for the same crown. Moments
Hellooooooooooooo Supergirl! Apparently, the El family genes are amazing, seeing as both Clark and Kara are TOTALLY HOT! Any arguments there?? Didn't think so ...
This week's episode was all about Kara (played by Laura Vandervoort), introducing her formally into the 'Smallville' world. She's 100
As with every season finale in the 'Smallville' realm, last season left us hanging with one calamity after the next and millions of questions. #1 Are Chloe and Lana really dead? #2 Did Lex kill Lana, his wife? #3 How will Clark defeat his Bizarro phantom nemesis? And #4 when will we get our first glimpse at the new super (girl) hottie Laura Vandervoort?
The episode picks up ri