The official word: After 10 incredible seasons, Smallville: The Complete Series will soar onto DVD from Warner Home Video on November 29. This ultimate collector’s set for the ultimate fan features over 192 hours of content – including all 218 episodes, over five hours of newly added special features such as an unaired, never-before-seen Superboy pilot from 1961, a retrospective look at the series with over 100 minutes of season featurettes, a decade of Comic-Con featurette and more!
In addition, exclusive printed materials include a Daily Planet newspaper, written by DC Comics, that highlights the important storylines developed during the 10-year run of the show and an episode guide with never-before-seen production art (storyboards/sketches) and behind-the-scenes photos. Smallville: The Complete Series is presented in highly collectable new packaging consisting of two lay-flat picture books that hold 62 discs and available for $339.88 SRP.
For fans that have been waiting for the final installment to complete their collection, Smallville: The Complete Tenth Season will also be available on November 29. Available on both DVD and Blu-ray™ for a SRP of $59.98 for the DVD and $69.97 for Blu-ray, the special features will include never-before seen featurettes, deleted scenes and more.
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This modern retelling of a hero's legendary origins blends realism, action, heart and humor as Clark Kent completes his epic journey by claiming his birthright as the world’s ultimate hero – Superman.
Starring Tom Welling as “Clark Kent,” Allison Mack as “Chloe Sullivan,” Kristin Kreuk as “Lana Lang,” Michael Rosenbaum as “Lex Luthor,” John Glover as “Lionel Luthor,” Erica Durance as “Lois Lane,” Annette O’Toole as “Martha Kent,” John Schneider as “Jonathan Kent,” Justin Hartley as “Oliver Queen,” Sam Jones III as “Pete Ross,” Cassidy Freeman as “Tess Mercer,” Aaron Ashmore as “Jimmy Olsen,” Eric Johnson as “Whitney Fordman,” Laura Vandervoort as “Kara,” Callum Blue as “Zod,” Jensen Ackles as “Jason Teague” and Sam Witwer as “Davis Bloome,” Smallville has also featured many notable guest stars including Terence Stamp, James Marsters, Michael McKean, Ian Somerhalder, Jane Seymour, Brian Austin Green, Pam Grier, Helen Slater, Michael Ironside, Julian Sands, Tori Spelling, Rutger Hauer and Christopher Reeve.
Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Based on DC Comics characters, Smallville was developed for television by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar. Its executive producers have included Gough & Millar, Brian Peterson, Kelly Souders, James Marshall, Michael Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Todd Slavkin, Darren Swimmer, Greg Beeman, Ken Horton and Tom Welling. The series is from Tollin/Robbins Productions, Millar/Gough Ink and Warner Bros. Television.
SMALLVILLE: THE COMPLETE SERIES
• The Adventures of Superboy – the original 1961 pilot
• A Retrospective Look at The Series with over 100 Minutes of Season Featurettes - the first in-depth, season-by-season look at the creation of this landmark television series. Highlights include new interviews with Tom Welling, Eric Durance, Michael Rosenbaum, Allison Mack, Phil Morris, John Schneider and many more, as well as rare behind-the-scenes footage. A Decade of Comic-Con featurette
• Paley Fest 2004 Event
• Aquaman Pilot
• Secret Origin: The American Story of DC Comics
• The Making of a Milestone - Expanded Version of the 100TH Episode (Season 5)
• A Daily Planet newspaper written by DC Comics that highlights the important storylines developed during the 10-year run of the show
• Episode guide with never-before-released on DVD production art and behind the scenes photos
SMALLVILLE: THE COMPLETE TENTH SEASON
• Back in the Jacket: A Smallville Homecoming: cast and creators reflect on the landmark 200th episode Homecoming, in which Clark Kent experiences transformative events on the way to his final destiny
• The Son Becomes the Father: How Clark Kent’s fathers/son relationships evolved over the series’ 10 years
• How Do You Do Music Video
• Commentary on episodes Lazarus and Kent
• Deleted scenes