Smallville - Complete Season 2 Box Set - Import Zone 2 UK (anglais uniquement) [Import anglais]
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Contains all 23 episodes from Series 2:
For many fans, the Superman revisionist series Smallville truly hit its stride in its second series, when it shifted focus from traditional comic book conflicts to one of self-discovery for its hero, a teenage Clark Kent (Tom Welling). Fans and first-timers can judge for themselves with this six-disc set, which collects all 23 episodes and a decent selection of supplemental features. Whereas series 1 focused on Clark using his powers to combat a host of menaces as in the WB's other big fantasy hit, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, series 2 delved into Clark's past and the extent of his super powers, most notably in the back-to-back "Heat", in which he discovers his heat vision, and "Red," in which red kryptonite uncorks Clark's less-than-upstanding side. Other plot developments that pull the series in interesting directions include the arrival of Dr Helen Bryce (Emanuelle Vaugier), who becomes involved with Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum), but the series' most significant moment comes during episode 17, "Rosetta", in which Clark learns of his Kryptonian origins courtesy of a scientist, who, in an effective bit of casting, is played by Superman star Christopher Reeve.
The complexity of the writing and the issues dealt with in series 2 marked Smallville as a series with depth and drama worthy of its considerable fan following as well as a second boxed set; fittingly, the supplements in this set are more expansive than on the first one. Producers Alfred Gough, Miles Millar and Greg Beeman and cast members Welling, Rosenbaum and Kristen Kreuk weigh in on commentary tracks for two episodes ("Red" and "Rosetta"), while a trio of short featurettes explore Christopher Reeves' appearance in "Rosetta", the show's visual effects and the amusing "Wall of Weird" web page maintained by Chloe (Allison Mack). The extras are rounded out by a handful of deleted scenes and a gag reel. --Paul Gaita
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This season really stands out in memory, the sheer quality of the episodes is amazing, there are more memorable episodes in this series than in any other combined. Furthermore there is a movement away from "freak of the wekk" episodes, with several episodes reveolving around the characters and their backstory, not monsters and threats to them.
Clark's identity (as Kal-Ell is revealed to him, as is the fate of Krypton), Pete find oout about Clark's secret, Red K causes havoc turning Clark into a moralless teenager, secrets about Clark's adoption and Lex's brother are revealed, Clark lays on his deathbed and Clark is told to leave Smallville and complete his father's quest to rule the planet.
Along with these arks, there is the continuing storyline of Chloe and Clark, that was left hanging in Tempest, this slops both Clark and Lana coming closer as Chloe looks on sadly. Clark's adoption is revealed to have been organised by Lionel Luthor (who is also blinded at the beginning of the season), Lionel and Lex jokel against each other as Lionel quashes Lexcorp, and Clark is appauled by the intrustions of his father.
This is my favourite season, as it was for the viewing figures (check wiki), characters continue to eveolve and change, and leaving a fantastic cliifhanger which I won't spoil.
If you liked Season 1 you'll love this, if you loved season 1 you'll be overjoyed.
Unfortunately for the first half of the season we have mainly standalone storylines much like the first season. Not completely a bad thing but quite predictable by this point. And then Christopher Reeve comes along as Professor Virgil Swann, who informs Clark of his Kryptonian heratige, giving a sense that we are finally getting somewhere near to unlocking the shows true potential. And it does, from this point on, the show really starts to build some momentum and finds its feet.
In summary: The show continues much in the spirit of its first season, the later parts of the season bringing some real movement to the Superman story.