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The former Clark Kent/Superman discusses the current landscape of superhero TV, singing praises for "Arrow" and "The Flash."
Clocking in at more than four minutes, this fan edit draws upon footage ranging from 1978's "Superman" to 1990's "The Flash" to 2016's "Batman v Superman."
Now that Tom Welling has signed on to star in CBS' "Section 13," might a cameo role on "Supergirl" be on the horizon for the former "Smallville" star?
The one-time Jimmy Olsen talks with SPINOFF about traveling the galaxy and collecting fugitives in Syfy's "Killjoys."
Catherine and Vincent are officially a couple, but Kreuk tells SPINOFF their relationship will have to endure plenty of tests in the new season of the CW drama.
Writer Bryan Q. Miller and cover artist Cat Staggs say goodbye to "Smallville Season 11," and discuss Superman's growth during the digital series.
Miller explains his multi-layered storytelling technique, teases future apperances by classic DC characters and sets up the upcoming "Chaos" arc.
Director David Nutter brings us up to speed on "The Flash," directing "Game of Thrones'" Red Wedding and Heath Ledger's near-"Roswell" experience.
Zatanna returns to the world of DC Comics' "Smallville," and she's bringing John Constantine with her.
With "Gotham" and "Constantine" both headed to TV, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at past TV shows based on DC Comics properties and contemplates what elements make a good one.
Following up on the Batwoman marriage controversy, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant discusses DC Comics’ apparent need to keep characters "relatively unchanged, which these days includes being young and unmarried."
Though "Smallville Season 11" is coming to a close, the DC Comics digital-first series will continue on, transitioning into a series of miniseries, starting in November with "Smallville: Alien."
Lee Thompson Young, who among other TV roles played DC Comics hero Cyborg on "Smallville," was found dead Monday in what his publicist has confirmed to be a suicide.
How has General Dru-Zod evolved into one of Superman's most famous arch-foes? Fresh off his most recent appearance in "Man of Steel," CBR News examines the many incarnations of this Kryptonian villain.
"Smallville" alum Michael Rosenbaum has gone on the record to say "there’s really no other choice" to play Superman’s arch-nemesis in the sequel to director Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel."
Writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses Wonder Woman's "Smallville Season 11" debut, explaining how he'll introduce her to the series' mythos and how David E. Kelley's failed pilot derailed the TV show's plans for Diana.
General Zod has a message for Earth in new "Man of Steel" trailer! Michael B. Jordan discusses casting rumors for "Fantastic Four!" Marc Guggenheim teases the villains in the second season of "Arrow" and more!
WB Television and "Smallville" co-creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough have settled a multimillion-dollar dispute concerning profits from the long-running television series. ROBOT 6 has more details.
After introducing DC Universe staples ranging from Batman and Nightwing to Monsieur Mallah and the Brain to the world of "Smallville Season 11," writer Bryan Q. Miller is turning his attention to Wonder Woman.
"Smallville: Season 11" writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses bringing Lana Lang back to the world of the CW's hit Superman series and his plans and goals for Clark, Lois and the rest of the cast.
More than four years after the character last appeared on television, Lana Lang will return in DC Comics’ digital-first series "Smallville Season 11."
More guest stars, more stories and more Lex Luthor/Superman action are on the way for "Smallville Season 11" as writer Bryan Q. Miller explains how the comic takes off from the TV series.
The CW President Mark Pedowitz reveals that Batman is still off-limits for live-action television, meaning he won’t be getting his own "Smallville"-like series or hanging out with Oliver Queen on "Arrow."
Tollin/Robbins Productions, who helped bring "Smallville" to the small screen, have settled out of court with Warner Bros. on a licensing disagreement as original show developers march on.
For 70 years, DC Comics' Oliver Queen AKA Green Arrow has delighted readers. CBR News examines the Emerald Archer's lengthy history from his Golden Age origins to his latest television romp in "Arrow."
Alan Kistler concludes his exploration of the men that have played Superman, picking up after Christopher Reeve and going all the way up to Tom Welling in "Smallville."
Bryan Q. Miller shared his thoughts with CBR on Batman's arrival in Metropolis in the digital first series "Smallville: Season 11," Stephanie Brown taking on the role of Nightwing and changing the Dark Knight's costume.
Stephanie Brown will join the Dark Knight's first appearance in DC's digital-first "Smallville Season 11" #5 by Brian Q. Miller with art by ChrisCross.
The team-up "Smallville" fans clamored for for years but never saw due to legal hurdles finally occurs when Clark Kent meets Batman and Robin in the pages of DC Comics' digital-first "Smallville: Season 11" #5.
A federal judge has ruled the creators of "Smallville" can amend their 2010 lawsuit against Warner Bros. and the CW over "unreasonably low" licensing fees for the series. CBR has details.
Artist Gary Frank spoke with CBR News about his and Geoff Johns "The Curse Of Shazam" backup story in "Justice League," as well as his "Earth One" and "Smallville" work.
"Smallville" alum Kristin Kreuk returns to The CW in the network's reboot of the 1980s CBS drama "Beauty and the Beast." SPINOFF has the details.
"Smallville" writer Bryan Q. Miller is set to expand Clark Kent's universe with a new digital-first series exploring the world of Superman, Lex Luthor, Chloe Sullivan and the rest of the cast following the TV series' conclusion.
Brigid Alverson breaks down the week in news, from the return of "Smallville" as a digital-first series to the estimated growth in digital comic sales in 2011 to a major creator's changing view on online piracy.
DC Entertainment picks up where TV's "Smallville" left off with "Smallville Season 11," a digital-first comic debuting April 13. Written by TV series writer Bryan Q. Miller, the digital adventures will see print in May.
A just-released casting breakdown for "Arrow," The CW’s newly greenlit Green Arrow pilot, includes names and origin details DC Comics readers will recognize, including Oliver Queen, Dinah Lance and more.
With "Smallville" no longer on the air, The CW has set its sights on another DC Comics property with "Arrow," a superhero drama loosely based on Green Arrow.
NBC has unveiled the first clip of "Smallville" alum Erica Durance as Wonder Woman in David E. Kelley's dramedy, "Harry's Law." SPINOFF has video of Durance in the WW outfit from the rejected pilot.
"Smallville's" Lois Lane, Erica Durance, will appear in an episode of NBC and David E. Kelley's "Harry's Law" as a psychologically unstable woman who retreats into the persona of Wonder Woman.
An IMDb listing for "Metropolis" offers fleeting hope that the frequently discussed "Smallville" follow-up could be a reality. However, the details don’t hold up to scrutiny. SPINOFF breaks it down.