Tags: Smallville This entry was posted on Saturday, December 31st, 2011 at 5:30 pm by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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Yes, Yes, Yes!!! Brilliant and so wonderfully perceptive! Happy New Year y’all!
I don’t understand… but I never saw Smallville either… 🙁
Schmakt, I hate to say it, but it’s pretty much as it was shown here. Starting as early as the Season 2 finale, Jor El was constantly pulling stunts to try and remove Clark from his life in Smallville, to train him for God knows what. And then in the series finalle, Jor El says this exact line he says here, except that Clark doesn’t even seem to notice, and unlike the Smart clark shown here, had seemingly forgotten all the villainy of Jor El. Not nearly as funny as the comic we get here, but that’s the best explanation I can give…
Well, this saves me hours of tv viewing.
well alrighty then. Thanks comixkid! 🙂
He never came to terms that his father was a troll.
Well done. I’m a fan of the show, and it had its good moments: Chris Reeve guest starring, Margot Kidder guest starring, Michael Ironside guest starring, first appearances of The Flash/Impulse, Cyborg, and Aquaman, the JSA two-part episode, and the end of an episode where a blind prophet shows Lex a vision of his future-self . This strip sums up the really, really, really bad writing of Smallville in a nutshell.
I love the show. The Finale was a fantastic episode. They didn’t mess much up, and while I disagree with the comment at the bottom “poor geeky bastards who received [title] for Christmas,” the cartoon was very accurate and amusing.
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