They kept the Wedding Presents?! Truth, Justice and No Give Backs. I hated Six in Baltar's head, so I am already skeptical. Intrigued if this Nexxus is something Luthor hatched or just plot device to have Clark attack a US Satellite that tried to kill him that no one saw.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Originally posted by Mike ZeidlerI think the more cartoony style actually suits a licensed comic more than a realistic style. Uncanny valley and all that.
Nah, not me. I want to see Tom Welling, Erica Durance, et al on the page, or as close as possible.
I hate to see a writer caught by continuity issues basically 14 pages into a story
Well, the Russians only had a statue commissioned. Presumably they announced a Superman statue was commissioned. Doesn't mean it was built. There's a several hour time difference between Moscow, Russia and Metropolis, Kansas. It's still the morning in Metropolis, early enough where Lois and Clark are still getting up and ready for their work day. So it's evening in Russia and they had time to make such announcements like thanking Superman for saving their cosmonauts.
However, the Daily Planet headline with the photo announcing Superman saving the cosmonauts is unlikely. It's still the same morning, just a little while later. No way the Planet would have had the time in the couple of hours at most after Superman saved the cosmonauts to be able to run the presses and print a cover story about it. Oh, but who cares? Smallville has asked us to swallow far more ridiculous contrivances than that over ten years.
Incidentally, to further make it feel like the show since last issue was the teaser and this week was act one of the episode, I put up a YouTube of Smallville opening credits. You know you want to hear and see "Save Me".
I also added a link to a classic Lex and Clark hug. So sweet, those two.
(edited by John Orquiola on 20.4.12 1030) @CMPunk “@ZackRyder: @CMPunk She played me bro” I got your back.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Comic book hero Tintin never aged during his 50-year career because the repeated blows he took to the head triggered a growth hormone deficiency, according to an analysis in the Christmas edition of a Canadian medical journal.