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New ‘Smallville’ Type Series and Doctor Strange Movie?

Marvel ComicsComic-Book legend Stan Lee had a sit down with MTV News about which of its 5,000 characters Marvel is working on to bring to the big screen. “Doctor Strange I’m sure will be out,” he said. “You probably know they’re working on Ant-Man now.

Doctor Fate

Is Smallville getting Green Lantern and Sandman?

Doctor FateY’all can just go ahead and slap me, I was so busy drooling over Smallville’s Lois Lane (Erica Durance) that I totally forgot to post the trailer and the article about the storyline trailer that is leading up to the upcoming Smallville two hour movie. Anywho here is the gist of it; last week was the last new episode of the year for Smallville, and it ended with a trailer for upcoming episodes that just so happened to reveal some very well known characters from the comic-book world that we’ll be meeting down the line. You can check it out below.

Metallo played by Brian Austin Green

Metallo will be back to Smallville

Metallo played by Brian Austin GreenYou just can't keep a bad cyborg down as we all will find out on a upcoming Smallville episode. Sources have confirmed that Metallo will be back. Brian Austin Green portrayed the sinister cyborg. As we all know we saw Metallo fall and that Tess had taken his meteorite driven heart for her own sinister plans. There is no word yet on how exactly Metallo will be able to make this miracles return.

Michael Shanks as Hawkman

Stargirl and Hawkman Heading to Smallville

Michael Shanks as HawkmanWe have another great storyline coming to Smallville that should be as good if not better than last season's "Legions," and our expectations are high as Geoff Johns a comic book writer who wrote "Legions" is also writing two episodes called "Society" and "Legends."  This arc will introduce Hawkman, Stargirl and Dr. Fate. This will be a two hour special event on the CW here in the US with both episodes being televised back to back on January 29, 2010.

‘Smallville’ Star Coming to ‘Heroes’

John GloverWell we all had been wondering when we would have a crossover from Smallville to Heroes, well it;s here folks, the struggling NBC drama "Heroes" has tapped John Glover (Lex Luthor’s dad on "Smallville") to play Sylar’s father.

‘Smallville’ Season 9? Could Be

Smallville's Clark, Lois and green Arrow
It had been assumed that season eight would likely be the last of the CW’s hit TV series "Smallville". After all, we had lost Lex Luthor and Clarks main squeeze Lana Lang who were central characters, as the actors who portrayed them, Kristin Kreuk and Michael Rosenbaum, had left the series. And eight seasons is a pretty long run for a show focusing on Clark Kent’s pre-Superman days, also a large number of fans felt the show’s quality had dipped drastically by Season 7.

‘Legion of Super Heroes’ Coming to ‘Smallville’

Well the guys over at IGN Comics recently spoke to prolific comic book write Geoff Johns. Johns has written an episode of Smallville for this season, which will see the introduction of DC Comics’ Legion of Super Heroes into the series which is awesome news for us Smallville fans. Asked about that episode, Johns said, […]

Smallville’s Allison Mack, Interview Part 1

Allison MackAllison Mack Smallville‘s Chloe gave a interview to TV Guide. She gives some great insight on things to come and how all those wild times unspool (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET, on the CW), the actress shares here in Part 1 of an in-depth interview a look at Ms. Sullivan’s very full plate — multiple sweethearts and struggles with dark tendencies included. Plus: The secret to her and Tom Welling’s "super" chemistry. So get that cup of joe or soda and read this interview…

“Robin” the Boy Wonder Coming to Primetime TV

RobinBatman the Dark Knight has been hitting the big screen now here comes that sidekick Robin to the small screen.
According to Variety, the CW is developing a one-hour drama based on the pre-Robin days of Batman’s perennial sidekick. The Graysons will explore Dick "DJ" Grayson’s youth and adolescence in the same vein Smallville does with Clark Kent…