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Smallville (Season 2) DVD Review

Leaping onto the television landscape in Fall 2001, Smallville follows the exploits of a young Clark Kent in the years leading up to his emergence as the beloved Superman. Following a slew of TV renditions of the character's life since the comic book first appeared, Smallville sets itself apart by focusing on the lesser discussed niche of Clark's earliest developmental days. Superb casting and consistent writing have combined to make Smallville one of the more popular shows on television (especially in international markets), making the show one of the WB network's most successful creations to date�

Tom Welling stars in the imminent role of teenager Clark Kent, a refugee from the dying planet of Krypton. His ship having landed in the rural American town of Smallville, Clark is raised by locals Martha (Annette O'Toole) and Jonathan Kent (John Schneider - of Dukes of Hazzard fame) as their own son. Unlike some of the film and TV spin-offs, Smallville attributes powers to other individuals in the area as a result of some of the debris associated with Krypton's destruction. As a result, Clark is forced to keep his own powers a secret while battling against other individuals who are more powerful than traditional human criminal elements. The show also provides a glimpse into the early friendship experienced between Clark and Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) as well as Clark's romance with two high school classmates, Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack) and Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk). Part sci-fi fantasy and part teenage soap, Smallville is an instant television classic�

The Smallville (Season 2) DVD offers a number of exciting episodes including the season premiere "Vortex" in which Clark rescues Lana from certain death while Jonathan is buried alive with a obnoxious journalist (who's uncovered the story of Clark's secret powers). Meanwhile, Lex Luthor struggles with his own personal guilt while at the bedside of his critically injured father� Other notable episodes from Season 2 include "Red" in which Clark first comes into contact with the dreaded "red kryptonite," prompting a change in his personality and demeanor, and "Rush" in which the entire student body of Clark's high school becomes infected with a "bug" that causes them to participate in outrageously dangerous behavior�

Below is a list of episodes included on the Smallville (Season 2) DVD:

Episode 22 (Vortex) Air Date: 09-24-2002
Episode 23 (Heat) Air Date: 10-01-2002
Episode 24 (Duplicity) Air Date: 10-08-2002
Episode 25 (Red) Air Date: 10-15-2002
Episode 26 (Nocturne) Air Date: 10-22-2002
Episode 27 (Redux) Air Date: 10-29-2002
Episode 28 (Lineage) Air Date: 11-05-2002
Episode 29 (Ryan) Air Date: 11-12-2002
Episode 30 (Dichotic) Air Date: 11-19-2002
Episode 31 (Skinwalker) Air Date: 11-26-2002
Episode 32 (Visage) Air Date: 01-14-2003
Episode 33 (Insurgence) Air Date: 01-21-2003
Episode 34 (Suspect) Air Date: 01-28-2003
Episode 35 (Rush) Air Date: 02-04-2003
Episode 36 (Prodigal) Air Date: 02-11-2003
Episode 37 (Fever) Air Date: 02-18-2003
Episode 38 (Rosetta) Air Date: 02-25-2003
Episode 39 (Visitor) Air Date: 04-15-2003
Episode 40 (Precipice) Air Date: 04-22-2003
Episode 41 (Witness) Air Date: 04-29-2003
Episode 42 (Accelerate) Air Date: 05-06-2003
Episode 43 (Calling) Air Date: 05-13-2003
Episode 44 (Exodus) Air Date: 05-20-2003

Submitted by:

Britt Gillette

Britt Gillette is author of The DVD Report, a blog where you can find where you can find more reviews of movies and TV series. Source: http://thedvdreport.blogspot.com/2006/02/smallville-season-2-dvd.html.


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