Smallville (2001–2011)
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The story of Clark Kent culminates in this two-hour series finale as Clark takes the last step to becoming the Man of Steel.


, (as Kevin G. Fair)


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Jor-El (voice)


In Smallville's two-part series finale, Clark and Lois are getting ready for their wedding but not before Lois gets her "superhero's wife" cold feet. Meanwhile Oliver - secretly taken over by the darkness - plots with the unholy trinity to get Clark out of the way - but not everything goes as he planned. Lionel tries to resurrect Lex who is in need of a heart. Clark consults Jor-El for one last time. Jor-El shows Clark who he was and who he has become now, in order to get him ready to take flight and save the world from annihilation and the darkness' control; his final trial to become the world's ultimate hero: Superman. Written by Arisgow

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13 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Clark says that there is an "anti-life dark force" to which Lois replies, "Too bad anti-life equations aren't covered in physics 101." This is a reference to what is always Darkseid's end game in the comics... discovering the Anti-Life Equation in order to control the universe. See more »


In order for Chloe's "Smallville" comic book to tell the story shown in its pages, the world would need to know Clark is Superman, which it clearly doesn't. See more »


[first lines]
Chloe Sullivan: "This is the story of an amazing boy who grew up in the fields of Kansas in a little town called Smallville. When he became a man, he believed the only way to seize his destiny was to turn his back on both his parents and refused to see the darkness descending on earth. But all that was about to change. He was about to face his greatest challenge."
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A perfect ending to the greatest comic book series of all time and one of the best Superman stories ever told.
10 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Thank you Smallville cast and crew for 10 years of incredible characters, stories, and one of the most memorable experiences in TV history.

It's great to see so many elements of Smallville being used to influence similar shows like Supergirl and The Flash, but there will only ever be one champion of superhero TV shows, one icon, one legend, one Smallville.

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