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Fans of the smash-hit TV series Smallville haven’t had much to cheer about since the show ended its critically acclaimed 10-year run on The CW last May. That’s all going to change with the upcoming new comic book series from DC Entertainment: SMALLVILLE SEASON 11. Written by former Smallville show scribe Bryan Q. Miller, the new digital first series will be published digitally on April 13, 2012, with new digital chapters released weekly thereafter. Additionally, the online chapters will be offered in a print periodical, along with an episode guide to the hit television series, with the first print issue released on May 16.

The new comic book series picks-up where the show left off (with Clark officially now as Superman!) and features other fan-favorite characters including Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Chloe Sullivan-Queen, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, and General Lane. The book features an all-star creative team – in addition to Miller, SMALLVILLE SEASON 11 creators include print cover artist Gary Frank (SUPERMAN SECRET ORIGIN), digital cover artist Cat Staggs and interiors by Pere Perez (BATGIRL).

“Six months after Clark Kent donned the cape and took to the skies to save Earth from Apokolips… enter Season 11!” enthuses Miller. “New allies abound! New enemies afoot! And old friends return where they’re least expected! Pere and colorist Chris Beckett have done a fantastic job of capturing the look of the show and the players, and Gary and Cat are knocking it out of the park on covers. I couldn’t be more excited to help give seasoned viewers and new readers an all-access pass to Clark’s first year in the cape.”

For legality. Smillville comic #3. A mini series that was going on during smallville season 2 and 3.


Date: 2012-02-09 11:20 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] drexer

If I try to properly express my feelings about grabbing Bryan Q. Miller and getting him to write this instead of a title with Stephanie in it, I'm afraid I might inadvertently summon Cthulhu by mistake.

It does seem far better and far more interesting than anything I saw regarding Smallville before, but it still isn't anything I might consider interesting.

Date: 2012-02-09 02:45 pm (UTC)
From: [personal profile] gerardotejada
I would much preffer a title with Cass, see how he grabs that (Of course after Kiarou's work we are all waiting for a Black & Red series)

The catch phrase for this series should be
"¿Do you like Dc Universe but hate what they publish? ¿Are you tired of Green arrow cheating on black canary ? ¿Dont feel comfortably with the pointless deaths?

Came to see the Smallville comic! Where little girls are not in refrigerators and heroes get to be heros! We have heroes from the golden age JSA to the silver age JLA! "


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