After a robust run of thirteen years the saga of Smallville is finally coming to a close. Today’s digital first SMALLVILLE: CONTINUITY #12 is the final installment of the franchise that spanned both TV and comics. To commemorate the occasion, we sat down with Smallville: Season 11 writer and former Smallville television writer Bryan Q. Miller as well as series cover artist Cat Staggs.
If Smallville was ready for strange beings on the attack, Washington, DC, certainly is not!
Diana is on the hunt for Steve Trevor, a boy who washed up on Themyscira 20 years ago. Her search brings her to the nation’s capitol, where Director Bones is putting pressure on Senator Kent. What do the mysterious cultists want with the D.E.O. Director? And can Lois Lane hold her own, back-to-back with Diana, when they’re attacked?
Clark’s adventures in the 31st Century continue in the sizzling second part of the ‘Argo’ story arc!
Clark struggles to strike a delicate balance that will keep the peace between EarthGov, the Legion, and New Krypton. Revelations abound as Supergirl reveals the true nature of her captivity to Clark and the wartime motivations of New Krypton come into focus. Meanwhile, Booster Gold finds himself without powers and comes to terms with what it truly means to be a hero.
In case you missed it, Clark Kent’s ten-year journey from boy to Superman – previously seen on the hit CW television show, Smallville – has made a triumphant return in the comic medium. SMALLVILLE SEASON 11 picks up immediately after the final episode of the fan favorite series and focuses on Clark’s early experiences as the Man of Steel.
We’ve seen a huge response to the new SMALLVILLE SEASON 11 digital comic book series and just wanted to remind new and old readers alike that after three digital chapters are released, a collection of those three chapters is released as a print issue that also includes new, bonus content like episode guides.
Upon being dispatched to London on a top-secret Batman Incorporated assignment, Stephanie Brown arrives only to learn that the actual Greenwich Mean has been stolen. As all of London literally grinds to a halt, it’s up to Batgirl and Squire to save the United Kingdom.