The residents of Smallville are thrilled when "Warrior Angel," a movie based on a comic book, begins shooting in town. However, after the lead actress, Rachel Davenport takes off in stunt ... See full summary »

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The residents of Smallville are thrilled when "Warrior Angel," a movie based on a comic book, begins shooting in town. However, after the lead actress, Rachel Davenport takes off in stunt car with cut brakes, Clark must step in to stop the runaway car. Unfortunately, an obsessed fan witnesses this heroic event and decides Clark is a real life superhero, whose girlfriend Lana must be eliminated so Clark can fulfill his destiny. Meanwhile, Lex discovers Lionel at the cabin. Written by Anonymous

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Among the items found in Ben Meyer's hideout are a Terminator skull - Hawkman, Hourman, Sandman, Starman, Mr Freeze, Green Lantern, and Black Canary action figures - "Stone" #1 from Image Comics - and various other items not focused on. See more »

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At the 31 minute mark, when Lois turns in an article about the survival of Lionel Luther, the first three paragraphs are about the Lionel's survival. The fourth and remaining paragraphs are about the second meteor shower over two seasons before. See more »

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Clark Kent: The fan stalking Rachel must have seen me catch that bullet. He's the only one who knew that it was real. Now he thinks I'm a superhero.
Chloe Sullivan: Oh, my God, Clark! This guy's blog gets, like, 10,000 hits a day. One post, and all of sudden you're everyone's Wonder Boy.
Clark Kent: Can you track this Warrior Angel comic to its owner?
Chloe Sullivan: I'd be a pretty lame sidekick if I couldn't.
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18 April 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In the Smallville universe, Warrior Angel is a fictional comic book with many similarities and parallels to the story of Superman. In this episode, a movie version of the fictional comic book Warrior Angel, is being filmed in Smallville, with scenes being filmed on the Kent farm. The plot is set up by having Clark save the life of the famous actress who's co-starring in the movie. Like so many early Smallville episodes, someone starts to suspect Clark's powers, and yet another Smallville psycho comes forward.

My favourite aspect of season 7 was how the writers and producers brought the show back to the basics. Out were some of the overly complex and mythological plots, and back is some old fashioned storytelling and small town adventure stories. For the record, I'm a fan of the complex mythological stories as well, but it's always good to have some balance with simple entertaining episodes like this. Even though "Action" is a simple, and some might say generic Smallville episode, I think it's own of the most all around entertaining of the season.


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