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I’ll start off by saying that I’m simply not that big of a DC fan. Marvel is much more my style. However, one medium where DC rules the roost is in the medium of television. Wonder Woman, Batman (now a hilarious comic by the name of Batman ’66), Lois And Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman, and most prominently, Smallville – the show which made Chloe Sullivan and Whitney Fordman an official part of the Superman lore – have all brought the publisher’s heroes to the small screen in appropriately grand fashion.

The show actually broke the record (albeit by five episodes) for the longest consecutively running sci-fi television series of all time. Not the proudest title to hold, but no matter what, 218 episodes and 10 seasons is an impressive feat for something that is pretty much Dawson’s Creek with superheroes. After going down in history as television’s »

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