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Smallville – Season 11 #1 – 69 + Tie Ins (): Smallville: Season 11 is a comic book series published by DC Comics that maintains the continuity of the Smallville television series and details Clark Kent’s adventures as the costumed hero Superman after the events of. Smallville - Season 11 () download free comics books pdf cbr. English | CBR | 23 pages | MB. Download. Share this article. meteolille.info: Welcome to the Official Site for DC. DC is home to the "World's Greatest Super Heroes,” including SUPERMAN, BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN.
Subsequent stories will be released as their own miniseries, maintaining and furthering the continuity of the previous title i. Alien is now known by the title Smallville: Each miniseries features unique chapter numbering. The format of nine-to-twelve chapter main stories interspersed with four-chapter parallel stories also continues. Moreover, in the printed issues of each main storyline the Season 11 moniker is still used on the title, even though it is not used in the digital issues for example the first digital issue of Alien is inscribed as Smallville: Alien 1 but its first printed issue is inscribed as Smallville Season Alien 1.
Also the printed issue of each parallel storyline continues the previous numbering as it is considered an one-shot and does not have subsequent issues for example the first digital issue of Titans is inscribed as Smallville: Titans 1 or Smallville Special: Titans 1 but its printed issue is inscribed as Smallville Season 11 Special 4.
The number of appearances counts all 19 issues of the regular comic, as well as the three specials, totalling 22, which is akin to the number of episodes per season in the regular television series. The following Recurring Characters appear in more than one issue this season number of appearances in parentheses. The list also does not include flashbacks:. The following Recurring Characters appear only in flashbacks this season but also appear in other seasons:.
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Sep 29, Jesse A rated it liked it Shelves: This is fine. Not great but decently diverting.
Feb 14, Ali rated it liked it. Was fun to read about what happened after Smallville ended but it was a fast read. We'll see Jul 01, Ben rated it it was amazing. What a great start! I just wish that I could see this come as a real episode. The whole book reads like the first episode of a season, all characters are well written and stay true to the way they were written on the show, and discusses people's reactions to him becoming Superman.
Plus, Lex is back and just as evil as ever. Love the set up for a Crisis! Can't wait to read more. Note to readers: If you have watched all of Smallville, you will love this.
Those not familiar with the show will have What a great start! Those not familiar with the show will have problems understanding it because it is in its own unique Superman universe and not that of a typical Superman comic.
Jun 21, Kushnuma rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was amazing! Really enjoyed it and it made me miss the show so much! I loved how the characters were drawn and I read each of their parts in the voice of the actors from the show.
May 07, Eric rated it liked it Shelves: I am such a sucker.. I know in my heart of hearts I will be buying the next trade paperback so it doesn't matter what I write here. I hate myself right now. May 15, Jessi rated it really liked it Shelves: So cool, the only thing is. They don't really look like themselves half the time. May 20, Aly rated it liked it Shelves: So weird seeing Chloe after the actress sex cult involvement was revealed.
Aug 20, Mars rated it really liked it Shelves: Guardian" picks up six months after the events of the show's season 10 finale.
I am a fan of the show, so I had really been looking forward to reading this for some time. However, truth be told, I was a little let down by season 10, so I did not really know what to expect from the continuation of the show in comic book form. Well, now that I have read the first volume, which compiles the first four issues of the series, I can say that I am not disappointed. In fact, "Smallville Season 11 Vol.
In fact, I really enjoyed reading it and look forward to the second volume. Overall, I think the likenesses of the actors and the voices of the characters are captured quite well. It is fun to see the familiar characters fans know and love, but now they are in the iconic roles the show was setting them up for over the course of a decade, which is pretty cool.
The story is pretty interesting. I feel that it picks up a little more towards the end, when more mysteries and problems are revealed, making me want to read and know more!
I would surely recommend this to fans of the TV series. Oct 15, Andrew rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Smallville is back via comic books, and I am loving it so far. The writers and artists did a great job capturing the original franchise and converting it to comic books.
I still felt like there was a great story. Everything has changed after the end of Season Oliver and Chloe are starting a new life, moving to another city, though Chloe and Oliver are continuing their lives as The Watchtower and Green Arrow. Lex Luthor is also still up to no good, and may have found a way to make him really Smallville is back via comic books, and I am loving it so far. Lex Luthor is also still up to no good, and may have found a way to make him really piss off Superman.
I can't wait to read volume 2. Jun 05, Craig rated it liked it Shelves: It was nice to revisit the Smallville world once again although I wasn't a big fan of the show's last few seasons. I assumed that without budget concerns the graphic novel would focus attention on big action scenes that the producers could never afford and take it away from its strengths.
Thankfully they didn't and stayed true to what made the show successful: If you were a fan of the show, at least when Lex was on it you will probably like this and if you never watched It was nice to revisit the Smallville world once again although I wasn't a big fan of the show's last few seasons. If you were a fan of the show, at least when Lex was on it you will probably like this and if you never watched the show well you could do a lot worse. Apr 25, Jo rated it really liked it Shelves: Smallville is in my top five favorite TV shows list.
To see it continue on through comics is really exciting. The story line is really great, but I was hoping the characters would resemble the shows cast better-they didn't. Other then that, I am hoping this comic is popular enough to continue on for a long, long time.
Apr 25, Nicolas rated it really liked it Shelves: That's a kind 4 stars. I enjoyed it and it definitely had a Smallville vibe. I was worried it would be just another Superman story. It has it's flaws and I wouldn't classify it as a strong start, but they planted some seeds that interested me. I look forward to volume II. Jul 02, K. Townsend rated it really liked it. Excellent continuation of the series! I loved how the voices matched the Smallville characters and the plot was solid.
Nice blend of comic book lore, past incarnations of different characters from different media, all while staying true to the Smallville universe. Apr 29, thea rated it liked it. Off to a great start! It's quite hard to picture the actors from the show in comic book form from time to time. I do like the idea that this takes place in the seven year gap that we saw the finale and I'm so glad we get to see more of evil Lex Luthor back from the dead, I mean, who doesn't????
Jun 16, Jemma added it Shelves: An absolute gem of a comic! It follows on perfectly from the show in a way I couldn't have even imagined. It flows beautifully and the witter banter is present as always and in no way diminished by its move to comic form. I highly recommend this! Apr 01, John Yelverton rated it it was amazing. This book takes up right where the television show left off, and it's a wonderful read!
Dec 10, Timothy marked it as to-read Shelves: Feb 03, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: I just want to see more adventures with Lois and Clark They get lex back and undersell him up to the very, very end.