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Smallville Season 11 Vol. 1: The Guardian par [MILLER, BRYAN Q., PERE PEREZ]
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When we left Clark Kent at the end of Smallville Season 10, he had finally donned the iconic Superman suit and set out to defend Earth from Apokolips. Picking up six months later, Smallville Season 11 explores Clark's understanding of the true power of his Superman identity, its effect on those close to him and its ability to inspire the people of Earth.

Smallville Season 11 features Clarke as well as fan-favorite characters including Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Chloe Sullivan-Queen, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, and General Lane.

Biographie de l'auteur

Bryan Q. Miller is an American television and comic writer most notable for his work on the CW's "Smallville" and DC's "Batgirl."

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  • Editeur : DC Comics (20 août 2013)
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Je recommande a tous les fans de la série Smallville .

Je met seulement 4 étoiles , le dessin pouvant être meilleur .

L'histoire est très bien et la fin de ce volume donne très envie de connaître la suite , j'ai d'ailleurs acheté la suite sans hésité .
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HASH(0x91c99510) étoiles sur 5 Smallville is back and better than ever! 4 mai 2013
Par VC1988 - Publié sur
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Smallville first aired on the WB, now CW, when I was 13 years old. From that moment on I was hooked. I spent ten long years watching as farm boy Clark Kent slowly transitioned to the world's greatest hero, Superman. And when Season 10 came to a close I thought the series had as well. It was bittersweet yet saddening. And, like countless other fans, I wanted more. I wanted to see Clark going about his life as Superman. Fortunately, I got my wish.

Smallville Season 11 picks up only a few months after the TV series finale and drops you right back into the middle of Clark Kent/Superman's world as he has fully embraced his destiny. But alas, with Superheroes come Supervillains and Lex Luthor is as vile as they come. The memories from all ten seasons and his life previously have been wiped from his memory. Yet, he still maintains the same diabolical, calculating and despicable personality that the Man Of Steel's nemesis has always been known for.

Our hero's journey continues! So, if you loved the show make sure to pick this up because once you read it you'll be transported right back into the world of Smallville...and you will believe a man can fly!
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HASH(0x91c9975c) étoiles sur 5 The Adventure Continues.... 10 juillet 2013
Par MereChristian - Publié sur
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One of my favorite television shows of the past decade was Smallville. To anyone who knows the absolute comic-book geek that I can be, this shouldn't be at all a surprise. Smallville is so called because it tells the story of a young Clark Kent as he grew up in Smallville, KS, and learned to deal with his powers. How does he grow up to become Superman? What are the trials and tribulations he undergoes? What type of upbringing do his parents give him? When does he first come across the iconic Superman villains and allies of the larger DC Comics universe?

These questions were answered over the ten seasons of the show, with the first five seasons establishing Clark's becoming a man and learning of his heritage. Seasons six and seven were a sort of "transition period" with Clark moving more and more of his life and "superheroing" to Metropolis, and then the last three seasons were basically almost all Metropolis, as our hero transitioned into becoming the Man of Steel.

Six months after Clark finally became Superman, this comic occurs. In Smallville, Season 11: Vol. 1, The Guardian, Clark is adjusting into his role as Superman and the mind-wiped Lex Luthor is becoming the iconic villain we all know and loathe. The unique thing about this version of Lex is two-fold. First off, he is a clone of the original Lex. He has Lex's brain, but is he Lex? Or is he not Lex? Does he have Lex's soul? We don't yet know. The other difference between this and the other versions of Lex Luthor is that this one doesn't know just why he hates Superman so much. He doesn't remember, and doesn't know his reasons are part of his forgotten memories. He just knows he hates and distrusts the Man of Steel.

The best thing, to me, about this comic was that we are able to see characters and see action that the show couldn't do. Due to legal constraints, which seem to be tighter in regards to movies, shows, and cartoons, they couldn't show certain characters on the small screen. And due to the limits of the network's budget, certain action couldn't be portrayed. Here, on the pages of a comic book, many characters, and a ton of action sequences, can be presented. It is awesome.

The part I don't like? Such small increments in the series due to it's existence as scheduled digital comics releases. It take quite a while for enough to make a volume to be released. Until then, until each volume is released and collected together, there isn't a point in reading this comic as the story is not just incomplete, but the bits of the story are so small. Nevertheless, it is definitely worth waiting for the volumes to be released so one can read them.

I loved the show, and I love Superman and Batman stories. This is why I'm looking forward to the next volume, where Batman is introduced into the Smallville universe via the comic-book page.
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HASH(0x91c9999c) étoiles sur 5 The Return of Smallville 24 avril 2013
Par The Modren Man - Publié sur
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It has been six months since Clark donned the mantle of Superman and saved the world from Darkseid. Stepping into the light, he is a source of hope and inspiration to a Metropolis that now knows of aliens. However, everything is not perfect.

Tess is dead, killed by Lex. In her last moments, she used a nano-toxin to wipe Lex's memories of everything that happened in Smallville. He is a blank slate and is determined to make the world safe from what he considers an alien threat waiting to happen. The first part of this plan will be the Guardian satellite system. When something goes wrong, Clark Ken and Los Lane have to ask one question: "What is Lex up to now?"

Meanwhile Oliver "Green Arrow" Queen and Chloe Sullivan investigate a crashed spaceship in Smallville. The occupent is here with one warning: crisis.

Author Bryan Q Miller writes a great story. The plot and dialog are true to the characters from TV. One can hear Tom Welling, Erica Durance, and Michael Rosenbaum speak those words. But this is not just for Smallville fans. Anyone who wants a good Superman comic should pick this up. One can easily follow the story, and any information necessary to understand where these characters are at is provided. Miller cut his teeth on Batgirl and uses his skills to tell a damn good tale of intrigue and sets up points for the next volume.

This is what the New 52 Superman comic wishes it was.
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HASH(0x91c99cfc) étoiles sur 5 Loved Smallville Guardian 7 juin 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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I loved the continuation of the Smallville series because its like the show and maybe it will be made into a movie. I am looking forward to that because this is a great story. I cannot read enough on this and cannot wait for the next book.
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HASH(0x91c99ab0) étoiles sur 5 Amateurish artwork and weak dialogue 25 avril 2013
Par Steplander - Publié sur
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I preface this by saying I am a long time fan of all things DC and the Smallville television series.
I was very happy to learn that the Smallville story was going to continue in this format.
That being said:
The artwork is very weak. The ratios and perspectives are all off. This looks like the work of someone who is just starting out and not up to snuff with the usual DC quality.
Hands appear too small and in the wrong space of the Frame. Faces and bodies are out if proportion with each other. Characters and environments look forced and nowhere near natural.
Superman looks more like a Colorforms cutout stuck within the frames where he appears.
I also felt the coloring was flat and lacked any dimension.
The Dialogue did not feel realistic. I had trouble imagining anyone speaking to each other in this manner. It appears choppy and meanders all about.
I'm glad Smallville has returned but, in my opinion, DC needs to step up its game if this series is to survive. How this slipped through the editorial desk is a mystery to me.
Raise the bar a little, DC.
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