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teamclarklois:

You may have noticed that, unlike the past three Fridays, there wasn’t another installment of Bryan Q. Miller’s Smallville: Season 11 available for download today. This probably came as a bit of a surprise, but have no fear. There is more Season 11 on the way (read more about the release schedule at OSCK here).

Miller shared on his Twitter that the next digital issue will be released on Friday, May 18. He also mentioned that these upcoming issues will delve deeper into the ship that was recently discovered heading to Earth and what is up with the hauntingly mysterious Tess Mercer. Plus, last week he tweeted that we’ll be seeing Lois Lane in her element at The Daily Planet in the next issue.

So, lots to look forward to. We just need to be patient. In the meantime, if you haven’t bought any of the $.99 US digital issues yet or haven’t ordered or picked up a $3.99 US hard copy of the comic which contains the first three installments, please do (here’s how). And don’t forget the contest dcwomenkickingass is holding for people to receive autographed copies of the first print issue if they send in a picture of themselves with their purchased hard copy. 

dcwomenkickingass:

Today the floppy of Smallville Season 11 hits the stands. For those of you who haven’t been reading this digitally or who have but want the the print copy too, here’s an incentive to pick it up.

Buy it, send me a picture here on Tumblr or by Twitter and you’ll be entered to win copies of the…

Smallville Season 11 Digital First Issue is #1 in sales!!!

shakarlicious:

A story with a REAL Superman, smiling and giving hope to all. And LOIS LANE has real role in it. No contrived use involved. A kickass woman who is there for the man behind the heroism. SO IN YO FACE DC!!! 

And for those who haven’t read it legally. PERFECTION IS JUDGING YOU.

It’s only $0.99, with the next installment coming in on Friday. Come on, let’s show those bastards how much this series really means to people.

therearecertainshadesoflimelight:

THE DANGEROUS LADIES: Today Smallville Season 11 #1 comes out and here’s why you need to buy it

erkhart:

dcwomenkickingass:

Today the first digital copy of Smallville Season 11 goes on sale.

Do me a favor - buy this.

It’s $.99 and you have…


I cannot reiterate enough how dead-on-balls accurate these comments are.  Superman is about Hope and Smallville, over the course of the series and especially in the last three seasons, proved that over and over again.  It proved that strength is not limited to the physical, it proved that women have a voice in this genre, it proved that RELATIONSHIPS are key to a person’s well being, and it proved that heroes can love and it makes them stronger.

And it proved that a smiling hero will make you jump and flail with tears in your eyes and hope in your heart.

Smallville’s Clark Kent was how you make a hero “relatable” and “human”.  He got angry, he had a temper, he made mistakes, and he loved with all of his huge heart.  He was far from perfect, but all of his flaws and the way he recognized those and still strived to become the type of hero that Earth needed only made him moreso the perfect hero.   He wasn’t “the first”, but damn it he was “the best” of them all.

Seriously, this book is pre-reboot/pre-WONK, the era of Greg Rucka/Gail Simone/Jeph Loeb/Joe Kelly quality.

haralith:

introtosupermancomics101:

So apparently there are still people out there that are not aware that Smallville Season 11 is a thing that is about to exist on April 13th (in digital comic format) and May 2nd (in print format).  So to help my fellow Smallville fans that want more of the story with Clark actually being Superman, I’ve decided to gather all of the press releases, interviews, and blog posts about this great new thing that’s about to happen.
The comic is being written by Smallville alum writer and story editor Bryan Q. Miller (Committed, Bulletproof, Hex, Echo, Warrior, Sacrifice, Luthor, Masquerade) with interior art by BATGIRL artist Pere Perez and digital (and also print starting with issue #2) covers by Cat Staggs and print cover (issue #1) by Gary Frank.
Press Releases: TV Guide Press Release | Zap2It  | IGN | Kryptonsite | Comics Alliance | Comic Book Resources | Screen Rant  | Smallville Season 11 #2 Solicit
Interviews: CBR | Comic Book Movie | Across the Airwaves
Breakdowns on What Will/May Happen (Possible Spoilers): TeamClarkLois Blog
Where You Can Get The Comic: Comixology | DC Comics | Lone Star Comics | Local Comic Book Stores
The Comixology and DC Apps are FREE for your mobile devices (I have both and they are both on my Android Tablet and my iPod Touch), you just need to register your account (which is also free).
The Digital Comics are going to be WEEKLY and they are $0.99 each at about 12 pages per download.  That’s less than a cup of coffee and lasts longer.  So basically the digital comics will hit up your budget at $4 a month.  Also, the digital comic will be released on Fridays to keep the Smallville “timeslot” active.
The Print Comic (which will be released once a month on the regular New Comic Book Wednesdays starting on May 2, 2012) will comprise of the 4 digital comics from the prior weeks and run at $3.99…but that $3.99 will get you about 48 pages which is more often than not TWICE what you get for a regular comic these days. 
I’m probably forgetting somethings, but I will rely on my fellow Tumblr friends to fill in those extra details.  Just GO OUT AND SUPPORT THIS BOOK.

Anyone in the UK interested in comic book, these guys are great and you can purchase through paypal!
http://www.disposableheroes.co.uk/index.php?searchStr=smallville&act=viewCat&Submit=Go

Oh thanks for that, gonna reblog again for the international fans

haralith:

introtosupermancomics101:

So apparently there are still people out there that are not aware that Smallville Season 11 is a thing that is about to exist on April 13th (in digital comic format) and May 2nd (in print format).  So to help my fellow Smallville fans that want more of the story with Clark actually being Superman, I’ve decided to gather all of the press releases, interviews, and blog posts about this great new thing that’s about to happen.

The comic is being written by Smallville alum writer and story editor Bryan Q. Miller (Committed, Bulletproof, Hex, Echo, Warrior, Sacrifice, Luthor, Masquerade) with interior art by BATGIRL artist Pere Perez and digital (and also print starting with issue #2) covers by Cat Staggs and print cover (issue #1) by Gary Frank.

Press Releases: TV Guide Press Release | Zap2It  | IGN | Kryptonsite | Comics Alliance | Comic Book Resources | Screen Rant  | Smallville Season 11 #2 Solicit

Interviews: CBR | Comic Book Movie | Across the Airwaves

Breakdowns on What Will/May Happen (Possible Spoilers): TeamClarkLois Blog

Where You Can Get The Comic: Comixology | DC Comics | Lone Star Comics | Local Comic Book Stores

The Comixology and DC Apps are FREE for your mobile devices (I have both and they are both on my Android Tablet and my iPod Touch), you just need to register your account (which is also free).

The Digital Comics are going to be WEEKLY and they are $0.99 each at about 12 pages per download.  That’s less than a cup of coffee and lasts longer.  So basically the digital comics will hit up your budget at $4 a month.  Also, the digital comic will be released on Fridays to keep the Smallville “timeslot” active.

The Print Comic (which will be released once a month on the regular New Comic Book Wednesdays starting on May 2, 2012) will comprise of the 4 digital comics from the prior weeks and run at $3.99…but that $3.99 will get you about 48 pages which is more often than not TWICE what you get for a regular comic these days. 

I’m probably forgetting somethings, but I will rely on my fellow Tumblr friends to fill in those extra details.  Just GO OUT AND SUPPORT THIS BOOK.

Anyone in the UK interested in comic book, these guys are great and you can purchase through paypal!

http://www.disposableheroes.co.uk/index.php?searchStr=smallville&act=viewCat&Submit=Go

Oh thanks for that, gonna reblog again for the international fans

introtosupermancomics101:

So apparently there are still people out there that are not aware that Smallville Season 11 is a thing that is about to exist on April 13th (in digital comic format) and May 2nd (in print format).  So to help my fellow Smallville fans that want more of the story with Clark actually being Superman, I’ve decided to gather all of the press releases, interviews, and blog posts about this great new thing that’s about to happen.
The comic is being written by Smallville alum writer and story editor Bryan Q. Miller (Committed, Bulletproof, Hex, Echo, Warrior, Sacrifice, Luthor, Masquerade) with interior art by BATGIRL artist Pere Perez and digital (and also print starting with issue #2) covers by Cat Staggs and print cover (issue #1) by Gary Frank.
Press Releases: TV Guide Press Release | Zap2It  | IGN | Kryptonsite | Comics Alliance | Comic Book Resources | Screen Rant  | Smallville Season 11 #2 Solicit
Interviews: CBR | Comic Book Movie | Across the Airwaves
Breakdowns on What Will/May Happen (Possible Spoilers): TeamClarkLois Blog
Where You Can Get The Comic: Comixology | DC Comics | Lone Star Comics | Local Comic Book Stores
The Comixology and DC Apps are FREE for your mobile devices (I have both and they are both on my Android Tablet and my iPod Touch), you just need to register your account (which is also free).
The Digital Comics are going to be WEEKLY and they are $0.99 each at about 12 pages per download.  That’s less than a cup of coffee and lasts longer.  So basically the digital comics will hit up your budget at $4 a month.  Also, the digital comic will be released on Fridays to keep the Smallville “timeslot” active.
The Print Comic (which will be released once a month on the regular New Comic Book Wednesdays starting on May 2, 2012) will comprise of the 4 digital comics from the prior weeks and run at $3.99…but that $3.99 will get you about 48 pages which is more often than not TWICE what you get for a regular comic these days. 
I’m probably forgetting somethings, but I will rely on my fellow Tumblr friends to fill in those extra details.  Just GO OUT AND SUPPORT THIS BOOK.

introtosupermancomics101:

So apparently there are still people out there that are not aware that Smallville Season 11 is a thing that is about to exist on April 13th (in digital comic format) and May 2nd (in print format).  So to help my fellow Smallville fans that want more of the story with Clark actually being Superman, I’ve decided to gather all of the press releases, interviews, and blog posts about this great new thing that’s about to happen.

The comic is being written by Smallville alum writer and story editor Bryan Q. Miller (Committed, Bulletproof, Hex, Echo, Warrior, Sacrifice, Luthor, Masquerade) with interior art by BATGIRL artist Pere Perez and digital (and also print starting with issue #2) covers by Cat Staggs and print cover (issue #1) by Gary Frank.

Press Releases: TV Guide Press Release | Zap2It  | IGN | Kryptonsite | Comics Alliance | Comic Book Resources | Screen Rant  | Smallville Season 11 #2 Solicit

Interviews: CBR | Comic Book Movie | Across the Airwaves

Breakdowns on What Will/May Happen (Possible Spoilers): TeamClarkLois Blog

Where You Can Get The Comic: Comixology | DC Comics | Lone Star Comics | Local Comic Book Stores

The Comixology and DC Apps are FREE for your mobile devices (I have both and they are both on my Android Tablet and my iPod Touch), you just need to register your account (which is also free).

The Digital Comics are going to be WEEKLY and they are $0.99 each at about 12 pages per download.  That’s less than a cup of coffee and lasts longer.  So basically the digital comics will hit up your budget at $4 a month.  Also, the digital comic will be released on Fridays to keep the Smallville “timeslot” active.

The Print Comic (which will be released once a month on the regular New Comic Book Wednesdays starting on May 2, 2012) will comprise of the 4 digital comics from the prior weeks and run at $3.99…but that $3.99 will get you about 48 pages which is more often than not TWICE what you get for a regular comic these days. 

I’m probably forgetting somethings, but I will rely on my fellow Tumblr friends to fill in those extra details.  Just GO OUT AND SUPPORT THIS BOOK.