Smallville: The Animated Series, by Kenny E. McCall (From DCAU BOARD)
I actually did this little animated series fanfic at Superhero Hype! But, here it is for the first time at Toon Zone!
(This treatment is a lot different than the actual live-action series, since it will feature younger versions of classic DC heroes, and some Superman villains.)
Episode One: THE LAST SON OF KRYPTON
This is the 90-minute Smallville adaptation of the Superman TAS episode, as we take a look at a Kryptonian scientist named Jor-El, who finds out that the planet Krypton is about to meet a terrible fate. the ep will cover Brainiac's involvement as a sentient Kryptonian artificial intelligence computer, the disapproval of the council over Jor-El's findings, and the events that led to his son being rocketed off the planet as it explodes. that's the first 30 minutes. the next 60 are set in Smallville, as the rocket crashlands into Smallville, where baby Kal-El is found by a farming couple named Jonathan and Martha Kent. The events of the ep will be set up from when Kal-El was named Clark to the point where he is in high school, where we'll meet the young people who will be part of his inner circle. Young Clark will also meet his first nemesis, a crooked Smallville cop named John Corben (Malcolm Macdowell) who is selling weapons to big city terrorists on behalf of his employer, the ruthless Lionel Luthor. All while trying to survive his first day in high school, and meeting the girl of his dreams, Lana Lang.
Episode Two: TOYS
This episode introduces us to a young kid genius by the name of Winston Schott Jr. (Matthew Valencia) who makes his appearance at Smallville High, and has a crush on Chloe. But the real danger lies with the boy's father (Mark Hamill), a sadistic toymaker who uses deadly mechanical toys to cause trouble for the citizens of Smallville who made fun of him twenty years ago, unless Clark and Chloe can stop him.
Episode Three: PAMELA
Future Batman villainess Poison Ivy makes her appearance in Smallville, but as young Pamela Isley, the daughter of Jonathan Kent's old high school friend, a farmer and scientist named Dr. Jason Isley (Michael Ansara). You see, little Pammy got her powers when she was a baby after she was diagnosed with a rare disease, forcing her father to treat her with a rare plant-based antidote called Botanica X, which he created. But when Lionel Luthor muscles in on Dr. Isley's formula, and the doctor refuses to sell, he is secretly murdered! And now it's up to Jonathan and Clark Kent to help Lillian and Pamela Isley solve this murder mystery involving his best friend and her husband!
Episode Four: PARASITE
When the subject of a dangerous experiment, a Goth kid by the name of Rudy Willis (Richard Cox) escapes Metropolis' STAR labs and heads for Smallville, he is quickly scooped up by Lionel Luthor, much to the chagrin of his own son Lex Luthor, who thinks that he is using the kid because of his new power to absorb the memories and abilities of anyone he touches. And Lex's theory is proven right when Lionel uses the kid to eliminate some Luthorcorp whistleblowers threatening to expose Luthor's shady business practices. Can Lex join forces with Clark to stop this new menace? We'll see.
Episode Five: LIVEWIRE
If you thought Rudy Willis was tough for Clark to stop last time, wait until you meet his better half, his freaky twin sister Leslie (Kelly Sheridan), whose electrifying metahuman powers will put a shock to the system! Plus, Clark goes on his first real outing with Lana.
Episode Six: THE FASTEST KID ALIVE
Whitney gets more than he bargained for when he and his fellow jocks try to bully a kid named Barry Allen (Matt Hill), only to find themselves ran around in circles and clobbered by the 15 year old from rival Central City High. But Chloe and Pete know better about Barry Allen, because they and Clark are about to get a visit from an old friend of Jonathan Kent's: Jay Garrick (John Wesley Shipp), the first man to be the Flash. And, when a goofy prankster villain named Roy G. Bivolo (David Kaye) makes his appearance as the Rainbow Raider, It'll be up to Clark and Barry to take this dude down!
Episode Seven: FLOWER GIRLS
Lana and Pamela are at school when they meet their new teacher, Dr. Jason Woodrue (Chris Potter), a charming new botany teacher with designs on both girls. But when Dr. Woodrue lures the girls into a sinister greenhouse and uses his own special pheromones to take control of them for his own sick pleasure, Clark must join forces with Pam's mother Lillian (Diane Pershing), herself a botanist, to stop her family's former colleague from using her daughter and Lana as slaves to commit plant-based crimes all over Smallville.
Episode Eight: GREETINGS FROM THANAGAR
Clark gets a telepathic message from another galaxy in the middle of the night. The Resource Raiders have come to invade Earth's natural resources during Smallville High's Spring Dance. and when Clark, Lana, Pete and the other students prepare to fight back against the marauding aliens, they find themselves outnumbered and outgunned. That is, until a young husband-and-wife team of Thanagarian cops named Katar and Shayera Hol (Phil Lamarr and Maria Canals) arrive on the scene to help them put the smacketh down on the Resource Raiders!
Episode Nine: BAD GIRLS
When a group of young girls from Metropolis named Mercy, Hope, Joy, Glory, Faith and Charity come to cause trouble in Smallville, their actions and vicious demeanor have caught the eye of Chloe, who finds herself attracted to Glory (Lenore Zann) in a big way. But when Lex catches his eye on Mercy (Venus Terzo) and Hope (Cree Summer Francis), (1) he wants to hire them both to spy on his father Lionel (John Glover), and (2) he wants to screw one of them - Mercy!
Episode Ten: SUB-ZERO
Jay Garrick and Barry Allen return for two more episodes this season, as they deal with a father-son team of cold gun-wielding crooks named Louis and Leonard Snart (Matt Frewer and Dennis Akiyama), who have started a state-wide "cold wave" of crime throughout Kansas, starting in Central City and ending in Smallville. But when they mess with Lillian (Diane Pershing) and a visiting science teacher from Gotham City named Victor Fries (Michael Ansara), it will be the devil to pay, as Pamela (Cassidy Rae) and the crooks' daughter and little sister, Lisa (Meghan Black) join up with Clark and Barry to hunt down this father and son duo, while Jay and Jonathan keep Lillian and Victor at the Kent Farm for the night. Plus, when Professor Fries takes a look at the cold-gun technology, could this be the prophecy of things to come for the future Mr. Freeze?
Episode Eleven: SPEED DEMONS
This is it! Smallville's treatment of the Superman TAS episode of the same name, as both Barry and Clark are competing in the Kansas State Invitational Track Meet. But when Lionel Luthor's old friend Eobard Thawne (Clancy Brown) comes to town, and puts his adopted son Malachi (Kirby Morrow) in the race, it turns into a death race, as Clark and Barry must deal with what could be Barry's long-lost twin brother, who could be just as fast as he is, only more evil!
Episode Twelve: NIGHT OF THE WILDCAT
In this episode, Chloe goes to Metropolis to visit her cousin, Daily Planet cub reporter Lois Lane (Tara Strong), only to find herself and Lois dealing with a sports-themed villain named the Sportsman, who has just activated a bomb that's set to go off at the Metropolis Sportatorium if Metropolis' mayor doesn't give him five million dollars! Not only that, he has taken hostage a Golden Gloves boxing champion by the name of Ted Grant and his adopted daughter, Yolanda, in the process! But little does know, is that Grant is none other than the costumed JSA member called Wildcat! Can Chloe and Lois help Ted Grant get into his Wildcat identity and find a way to defuse the bomb, and take down the Sportsman before the arena goes down in flames?
Episode Thirteen: NEW KIDS IN TOWN
The Legion of Superheroes guest star in this 90-minute season finale, as Saturn Girl (Melissa Joan Hart), Cosmic Boy (Chad Love) and Chameleon Boy (Jason Priestley) pursue the evil Brainiac in the thirty-first century through space and time to the twenty-first century to stop him from taking out the son of his creator Jor-El, Kal-El/Clark, the young boy who will become Superman
Each animated ep is 60 minutes long.
Episode Fourteen: A DIFFERENT KIND OF PRINCESS
Princess Diana of Themiscyra makes her debut in the Smallville animated series as a beautiful 16-year-old rebellious teen girl who is a dead ringer for Lana Lang (both are voiced by Kristin Kreuk), whom she meets and becomes fast friends with when she arrives in Smallville. Hijinks ensue when Clark inadvertently kisses the beautiful Diana Prince, mistaking her for Lana at the Kent Farm. But when the seductive Circe (Olivia D'Abo) arrives in Smallville with an army of Amazons looking for the runaway princess, they kidnap Lana instead! Now it's up to Clark and Diana to head for Paradise Island, take down the enchantress Circe, and rescue their friend Lana, which will put Clark face to face with Diana's mother, the original Wonder Woman, Queen Hippolyta (Susan Eisenberg), in this 90-minute season premiere!
Episode Fifteen: THE SECRET OF SLAUGHTER SWAMP
The Kents and the Isleys go on a trip to Metropolis' backwater swamp country to meet up with a longtime friend of the two families, a scientist and botany teacher by the name of Dr. Alec Holland (Tim Daly), who has found a way improve the quality of life for all plant life through the creation of a sister formula to Botanica X, which was created by his old partner Dr. Jason Isley. But when the slimy Lionel Luthor comes to Slaughter Swamp, he joins forces with a sadistic mad scientist named Dr. Anton Arcane. But when Arcane and his henchmen terrorize Lillian and brutally beat up on Jonathan and Dr. Holland, throwing both the latter and Pamela into his own invention, causing the first transformation of Pamela into Poison Ivy, and the transformation of Alec Holland into the seven-foot-tall plant being called the Swamp Thing (Dick Durock)! Now, Clark teams up with Swamp Thing and Pamela to rescue their parents from the madness of Dr. Arcane!
Episode Sixteen: THE LEGEND OF SOLOMON GRUNDY
Smallville continues its journey through Slaughter Swamp, as everyone involved in this story is witness to the appearance of Swamp Thing. But more importantly, Lillian (Diane Pershing) is witness to her lovely daughter's first stages of her new Poison Ivy persona, which brings back horrifying memories of her own experiences in the past. Now, it's a race against time as the mutated Dr. Holland and Lillian Isley must help Pammy (Cassidy Rae) overcome her violent tendencies as a result of her evil persona coming out, but there is a new menace heading this way, as everyone comes face-to-face with an unstoppable, 300-year-old zombie monster named Solomon Grundy (Mark Hamill), who could give even the Teen of Steel some serious problems!
Episode Seventeen: THE ROSE AND THE THORN
"Buffy" actresses Sarah Michelle Gellar and Eliza Dushku both lend their voices to Rose Marie Forrest, Pamela's cheerleader cousin from Metropolis, and the Thorn, her dark-haired, crimefighting seductress of an alter ego when she arrives in Smallville looking to seek the help of her dad's childhood friend and her godfather, Jonathan Kent, in solving the murder of Sergeant Phillip Forrest by the criminal organization Intergang. But when Intergang boss Bruno Mannheim crosses paths with Lionel Luthor, Clark and Rose may have a secret ally, strangely enough, in the elder Luthor, who hires Lex's two female assassins Hope and Mercy to eliminate Mannheim himself!
Episode Eighteen: THE REVENGE FACTOR
Crooked cop John Corben returns to seek revenge on the Kent family in this episode. Now a Metropolis cop, he puts his revenge plan into motion by first holding Jonathan and Martha Kent and Lana Lang hostage inside the farm, and later blackmailing Clark into stealing evidence that Internal Affairs wants to use against him from Metropolis Police Headquarters! But, what Corben does not know, is that young Lex Luthor has put a five-million dollar bounty out on Corben for a previous incident in Lex's past, and Mercy Graves is about to help Clark get the drop on Corben in order for her and Hope Mills to collect!!!
Episode Nineteen: METALLO
With John Corben taking the big dirt nap thanks to Hope and Mercy (and also Clark), Lionel Luthor puts his most devious plan into action by first recovering Corben's body for a top-secret Luthorcorp robotics project, and then kidnapping a young teen genius named John Henry Irons (Neil Denis) and force him to build the Metallo exoskeleton, holding Irons' own grandmother hostage in the process! And with Hope's childhood best friend forced to create the ultimate killing machine, she must join forces with Clark and Chloe to rescue John Henry and his grandmother from Luthorcorp, and stop the menace of Metallo in the process!
Episode Twenty: ZATARA AND ZATANNA
A prominent father-daughter magic act by the name of John and Zatanna Zatara (voices of Anthony Stewart Head and Amber Benson) come back to Smallville, the site of their first performance, to repay Jonathan Kent and son Clark for helping him defeat a rival named Felix Faust (David Warner) when Clark was five years old. And, the sparks heat up when Clark meets Zatanna for the first time, leaving Lana jealous. But Felix Faust has returned seeking revenge on both the Zatara and Kent families by casting a spell that has turned the entire town against them. Worse, Faust has brought Zatara's former student and Zatanna's rival, La Encantadora (voice of Bianca Lawson) to mix it up in the relationship between Clark, Lana, and Zatanna!
Episode Twenty-One: THE HAND OF FATE
With Felix Faust finally defeated by the Kents, Zataras, and a traitorous La Encantadora, the focus shifts to a magical duel between the two teenage mistresses of magic: Zatanna and La Encantadora. But things go south when (1) Clark's friend, Pete Ross, falls for the beautiful Latina spellcaster, and (2) Everyone is introduced to a brand-new, more powerful sorcerer by the name of Ian Karkull (Christopher Judge), who envelops the town in a magical force field. Now, with demonic monsters attacking the citizens of Smallville, and everyone powerless to stop them, Clark, Pete, Zatanna and Encantadora have no choice but to seek the help of Karkull's arch-nemesis, Kent Nelson (David Hemblen), the man known as Doctor Fate, to stop him!
Episode Twenty-Two: A KID NAMED HAL
Clark and Pete are at school when meet up with a ballsy seventeen-year-old kid from Coast City named Harold "Hal" Jordan (Will Friedle), who's been beating up on Whitney Fordman and his jock friends lately using a strange costume and calling himself Air Wave! Upon researching the past history of the Jordan family at the Torch, they find out that Hal's dad, District Attorney Larry Jordan, the original Air Wave, was murdered by Whitney's dad ten years ago, and his son has come to pay the Fordman family back for his death! Plus, could this boy be next in line to become Green Lantern?
Episode Twenty-Three: IN BRIGHTEST DAY, IN BLACKEST NIGHT
The first Green Lantern makes his appearance in the Smallville TAS, as Hal is introduced to an old friend of his father's: Alan Scott, who has also come to see Jonathan. But when an intergalactic criminal from the future named Sinestro arrives back in time to eliminate the boy who would become the next Green Lantern, it'll be up to Clark to protect Hal, and both Jonathan and Alan to stop the madman from the planet Korugar before young Hal Jordan is a distant memory!
Episode Twenty-Four: THE SECRET LIFE OF OSWALD LOOMIS
Chloe finds herself on a popular TV game-show called "Joke Factory" where she is subjected to cruel sadistic jokes that are perpetrated by the show's cold-hearted host, Oswald Loomis (Seth Green). But when network executives, including Chloe's uncle Stan, find out about Loomis' attacks on his niece, they begin proceedings to fire his ass! But they have not planned on Lionel Luthor getting into the mix, and he's got some people at Intergang that will assassinate the new WGBS president, Morgan Edge (David Hayter), if Oswald Loomis is fired! Can Clark head for Metropolis and rescue both Chloe and Morgan Edge from the future Prankster, and a Luthorcorp-backed murder plot at the same time? Whoa!
Episode Twenty-Five: MEET THOMAS WAYNE
In this flashback into Jonathan's past, a newly married Jonathan and Martha Kent are on a fishing trip when they meet up with a promising young doctor named Thomas Wayne (Kevin Conroy) and his wife, also named Martha (Adrienne Barbeau), who have a five-year-old son named Bruce. They're here visiting his wife's relatives in Smallville, and he tells Jonathan about the first time he wore a bat-like costume to stop some crooks at a masquerade party in a story taken out of the Untold Tales of the Batman paperback novel. Could this be a precursor to Thomas' son becoming the Batman in the future? We'll see.
Episode Twenty-Six: THE DARK KNIGHT COMETH
In this season finale, and visiting from Gotham City, we meet a 21-year old man named Bruce Wayne (Loren Lester). Though only 21, he inhirted his father's money and is now the youngest billionaire alive. But soon Smallville gets a second protecter, a ski-masked vigilante that the papers call "Mysterious like a Bat" or "The Knight of Darkness". And when Clark learns that Bruce's parents were killed when he was 8, he thinks Bruce is the vigilante!
Episode Twenty-Seven: THE ENEMY BELOW
Get ready for a trip to Atlantis in this 90-minute season three premiere, as Clark, Lana, Pete and Chloe meet up with Lois Lane, who is part of an undersea expedition headed by her father, Professor Sam Lane (voice of Lane Smith), for the Daily Planet. But when undersea pirates attack their experimental submarine and sink it to the bottom of the sea, they are rescued by a handsome young prince named Orin (voice of Will Wheaton), who falls head-over-heels for Chloe, and who takes the gang into the undersea kingdom of Atlantis. But when they get there, Clark and company find the real cause of the attack on their sub, as it is part of a plot devised by Orin's jealous girlfriend Mera (voice of Elizabeth Berkley), who has joined forces with his older brother, Orm (voice of Mark-Paul Gosselaar), to overthrow the young prince and take over Atlantis herself!
Episode Twenty-Eight: LORI
Clark and the gang have returned from their adventure in Atlantis, but find themselves followed by a young girl by the name of Lori Lemaris (voice of Soleil Moon Frye), who has an unbelievable crush on the Teen of Steel! Problem is, she is a mermaid. and when she is the target of a ruthless assassin known as Black Manta (voice of Keith David), it will be up to Clark to rescue her from this new undersea villain.
Episode Twenty-Nine: KARA
Here's something for you to think about : What if there were two ships that crash-landed to Earth from the doomed planet of Krypton instead of just one many years ago? And, what if Clark had a long-lost twin sister named Kara (voice of Nicholle Tom)? That's what happens when the Kents discover a second spaceship near a cornfield that contains a beautiful teenager who has the same powers as Clark! Yep, Supergirl has arrived, and she wants to be the newest addition to the Kent household in this special animated episode.
Episode Thirty: THE WAIL OF THE SILVER BANSHEE
Whitney is preparing for his first football game of the season when he meets an alluring young exchange student from Ireland named Siobahn MacDougal (voice of Fairuza Balk), who takes a liking to the young Smallville stud. But, what Whitney does not know, is that Siobahn is a witch who has the power to summon an ancient Irish demonic entity by the name of the Silver Banshee, who can deliver a sonic scream powerful enough to kill even Clark and Kara!
Episode Thirty-One: THE CRY OF THE BLACK CANARY
Martha Kent is reunited with an old college sorority sister of hers named Dinah Drake Lance (voice of Lori Loughlin) when she and her 15-year-old daughter, Dinah Laurel Lance (voice of Rachel Skarsten), come to visit her and Jonathan in Smallville. But there's a secret about these two women that Clark immediately finds out: the two Dinahs are experts in the martial arts, possess a metahuman sonic scream that is not as powerful as the one by the Silver Banshee last episode, and... the mother is none other than the first Black Canary, a member of the Justice Society of America! And when Mama Canary's old nemesis, Lady Shiva (voice of Kate Mulgrew), arrives in Smallville with her own daughter, Red Claw (voice of Karen Maruyama), looking to settle the score with her, she is about to get a serious lesson in the irresistible force meeting the immovable object from Clark Kent, as well as a serious beatdown from Black Canary herself in this martial-arts filled episode!
Episode Thirty-Two: BILLY BATSON: THE WORLD'S MIGHTIEST MORTAL
It's a Kent family reunion, as Jonathan Kent and the gang travel to Fawcett City to meet up with his older brother, Jacob (voice of Tom Wopat), his wife (and Martha's sister) Marissa (voice of Marcia Cross), and daughter Susan (voice of Christy Romano). While there, Susan introduces her cousin Clark to a friend of hers named Billy Batson (voice of Scott Menville). But when a baffling series of criminal acts involving strange man-made monsters hits the fan in Fawcett City Clark and Susan are about to meet up with the true mastermind: Dr. Thaddeus Bodog Sivana (voice of Gabriel Khouth), which in turn Clark meets up with Billy's alter-ego, a six-foot-two, 200-lb. godlike superhero named Captain Marvel (voice of George Newburn)! Can you say "SHAZAM!"
Episode Thirty-Three: THE REVENGE OF DOCTOR SIVANA
It's Susan Kent's turn to come to Smallville, as Jacob and his family, along with Billy Batson, make their way to Smallville to visit Jonathan and Martha. Meanwhile, badly defeated by Clark Kent and Captain Marvel, Doctor Sivana arrives in Smallville, and is approached by Lionel Luthor, who provides him with a way to bring his hated foe: a series of mind-controlling worms that have taken possession of Captain Marvel himself, using him to bring down the Teen of Steel, unless Clark can destroy the worms and bring Billy back to his senses.
Episode Thirty-Four: DARCI
This Smallville adaptation of the Metropolis/Superman TAS ep finds Lana Lang, Chloe Sullivan, and Pamela Isley involved as models in the Smallville High Fashion Show. But the Toyman strikes again, as he sends a beautiful teen model named Darci Mason as an entrant in the school's event. Only this time, she's a cyborg terminatrix created in the image of Metallo, and she's out to elimate her biggest competition - Lana Lang, as well as Clark himself!
Episode Thirty-Five: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DOLLS
Toyman may have escaped the Teen of Steel and Lana Lang last episode, but his Barbie doll-like creation, Darci Mason, is still around in Smallville, and she's looking for revenge against Lana after the way she and Pamela upstaged her last time. And this time, she has brought a few of her friends with her to settle the score with Lana and Poison Ivy!
Episode Thirty-Six: BLAST FROM THE PAST
The Kents are trying to get to know their new daughter, who is now called Kara In-Ze Kent, but are faced with an even more daunting task as a mysterious phenomenon occurring in the sky brings to Earth three superpowered criminals from Clark's home planet of Krypton out of the Phantom Zone, and onto Earth, where they finally meet the Son of Jor-El, and want to turn Smallville into their own version of Krypton under their rule!
Episode Thirty-Seven: MISTER SANDMAN, DREAM ME A DREAM
Clark and Jonathan are in downtown Smallville when they meet up a man named Wesley Dodds (George Buza), who is with his charge, a young boy named Sanderson "Sandy" Hawkins (Veronica Taylor) when they visit Smallville for a vacation. But when a new gangster from Dodds' hometown of New York City named Rupert Thorne wants to make a name for himself by taking out the original Sandman, this guy is about to find out that killing someone in Smallville is a bad move, especially is Clark Kent is around!
Episode Thirty-Eight: STAR-CROSSED LOVERS
Clark and Lana meet up with a young superheroic couple named Ted and Sandra Knight (voices of Nicholas Brendon and Charisma Carpenter), better known to comic fans as Starman and Phantom Lady, and they are being engaged to be married, even though they are cousins! But when the couple's old foe, The Shade, makes his appearance and takes Lana, Clark must help the Knights take down the Shade at all costs.
Episode Thirty-Nine: TALES FROM THE DARKSEID
Season Three's finale introduces us to the first shadowy instances of a ruthless overlord who will make his full appearance next season in a storyline called "The New Gods Saga." As Lionel Luthor takes over Intergang and begins a partnership with a mysterious intergalactic overlord named Darkseid (voice of Michael Ironside) in which he provides Luthor's newly acquired henchmen with some of the most dangerous weaponry unknown to Earth! And, when that technology is being tested on the Smallville Police force, it becomes a dangerous situation that not even Clark Kent can stop!
Episode Forty: WHERE THERE'S SMOKE
Kara begins her freshman year at Smallville High as Clark begins his senior year. And Kara meets up with a new friend, a young teenage girl by the name of Claire Selton (voice of Alyson Hannigan). But, there's something strange about Claire, especially when she gets the chance to exhibit her fiery talents at Smallville High. But, when some shady government officials paid off by Intergang come looking for her, it will be up to the Super-Siblings to protect the newly christened Volcana at all costs!
Episode Forty-One: GIGANTA
The Haley Family Circus is coming to Smallville, and the students of Smallville are the circus' honored guests. But Clark and Pete meet up with a beautiful circus strongwoman by the name of Brenda Bibbowski (voice of Beverly Mitchell), a girl who could really "grow" on you, and whose brother, Bibbo (voice of Adam LaVorgna) is in serious trouble after he steals a suitcase loaded with counterfeit money from Intergang. Can Clark and Pete help this teen amazon rescue her dimwitted brother from Intergang's hit squad before it's too late? And hey, who are the Flying Graysons? and why does Lex have a thing for Brenda? Could he be looking into the future (aka The Injustice Gang, perhaps)
Episode Forty-Two: TITANO
The Smallville gang are still at the circus when run into a twenty-five-foot tall gorilla named Titano who, with his uncle, Sam Simeon, has just escaped a takeover coup of his native Gorilla City by Gorilla Grodd with the help of a beautiful trainer by the name of Angelica "Angel" Corwin (voice of Elisa Donovan). But, when her evil sister, a medical student by the name of Sarah Corwin (voice of Lisa Edelstein) captures both Angel and the Apes on behalf of the this mysterious new villain, it'll be up to Clark Kent, Pamela Isley and a visiting Barry Allen to rescue Angel, Sam and Titano, and return them to Gorilla City before Sarah begins her nightmarish experiments on the apes themselves!
Episode Forty-Three: GORILLA CITY CONFIDENTIAL
With Angel, Sam, and Titano rescued by the teens, and everyone residing at the Isley Family Farm, Clark, Pamela and Barry meet up with Lillian Isley and Jay Garrick to find a way to return Sam and Titano back to Gorilla City. But based on what Sam Simeon told them about Gorilla Grodd and the ouster of King Solovar and his new wife, Ananda, Clark and Pamela join forces with the Flash, Kid Flash, Angel and the Ape, and Titano to return to the besieged African nation-state, stop Grodd, and restore King Solovar and Queen Ananda back to the throne!
Episode Forty-Four: OLIVER QUEEN, BOY IN TIGHTS
Lana, Pamela, Chloe and Kara join up with Lana's Aunt Nell as they go to Star City to visit an old boyfriend of Nell's: Oliver Edward Queen, Sr. (voice of Scott Rummell), who is now the richest man in Star City! While there, the girls come across the millionaire's ****y-ass son, Oliver Jr. (voice of Jonathan Taylor Thomas), a hottie with a serious Robin Hood fixation, and a crush on Pamela Isley! but could his obsession with the Sherwood Forest character be the precursor to his future career as a major DC superhero (Green Arrow)? We'll see.
Episode Forty-Five: NIGHT OF THE CHEETAH!
Lionel and Lex Luthor get themselves involved with a serious duo of beautiful rich socialites named Priscilla Rich and her adopted daughter, Barbara Minerva (voices of Marlene Aragon and Rachael Leigh Cook). But there's something strange about this duo, as a series of crimes are being committed by cat-like creatures both in Smallville and Metropolis. And when Lana becomes the victim of an attack by Barbara Minerva, Clark and Lex end up coming face-to-face with the women who call themselves the Cheetah!!!
Episode Forty-Six: THE RETURN OF DIANA PRINCE
With Lana out of action, Lex Luthor brutally scarred by the two Cheetahs, and Lionel Luthor next on Priscilla Rich's hit list. Clark and company get a surprise return visit from Lana's lookalike friend, Princess Diana, and her mother Queen Hippolyta, as they bring a magical elixir to cure Lana, and to tell them about Priscilla and Barbara, and their connection to Circe! And when Jonathan and Clark team up with Hippolyta and Diana to stop both Cheetahs from attacking the citizens of Smallville, it's gonna turn out to be one of the wildest battles in Smallville's history!
Episode Forty-Seven: MAN AND SUPERMAN
Here's cool uptake on the live-action Smallville episode "Red:" What if Clark found a piece of Red Kryptonite, and its effects had split him into two different people, one good, one evil? That's what happens when Red Kryptonite splits Clark's body into two! And when Clark's Bizarro counterpart starts causing trouble for Clark and his friends, it will be up to Clark himself to stop his egotistical and pompous half and merge the two bodies back together.
Episode Forty-Eight: THE DEVIL IN BLUE
When Clark Kent, Pete Ross and Chloe Sullivan go to Metropolis to audition for a new teen superhero series called "The Blue Devil," Chloe gets the surprise of her life, as she meets the show's hot, young star, Danny Cassidy (voice of Jonathan Jackson), who is also the show's seven-foot-tall special-effects expert. But when they release a demonic entity upon the city, Clark and Danny must bring down the creature, and at a price which leads the young actor to become a real-life Blue Devil!
Episode Forty-Nine: EMERALD DAWN, SAPPHIRE TWILIGHT
Clark is reunited with Hal Jordan as the future GL continues his training with Alan Scott in Coast City, where the Smallville gang is here for the Coast City Air Show. While there, Hal meets up with Smallville's resident plant-girl, Pamela Isley, in which he abso-friggin-lutely falls head over heels for! But, that doesn't sit well with Hal's young girlfriend, Carol Ferris (Olivia D'Abo), whom Clark meets in this ep. And when she discovers a rare alien jewel from another galaxy, it turns her into an evil female version of GL named Star Sapphire! And her first target: eliminate her new rival for Hal's affections, Pamela!
Episode Fifty: VORTEX
The fiftieth episode of the animated series is the cartoon treatment of the live-action Smallville ep of the same name but with a twist: Clark and the gang are at the Smallville High Masquerade Ball when Clark gets a visit from a hero named Adam Strange (Norman Spencer), who warns him of an evil new villain from his home planet of Rann named the Red Tornado! And, when he lands on Earth, the android villain cause a twister so powerful, that not only does it take Clark's girlfriend Lana for a ride, it will threaten the sanctity of the entire town unless Strange and the Teen of Steel can go into the eye of the storm and deactivate the android!
Episode Fifty-One: A SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM
This standalone episode centers around Pete Ross (Sam Jones III) as he and his mom travel to Dakota to visit her brother and his uncle, who is living there. While there, Pete meets up with his cousins, Virgil and Sharon Hawkins (Phil Lamarr and Maria Canals). But Pete notices something strange is happening to his favorite cousin, as Virgil begins obtaining his new electricity-based powers! And when Livewire makes her appearance in Dakota looking for a new gang of other Bang Babies like Virgil, it's time for Virgil Hawkins to introduce himself to Leslie Willis - as Dakota's new superhero, Static Shock!!!
Episode Fifty-Two: THE NEW GODS SAGA: PROLOGUE
It is time for Spring Break in Smallville, where everyone is supposed to have a good time. It is the day that new ground is broken on the restoration of the Talon Theatre, one of several new Smallville-based businesses that will be part of a secret project that the Lang and Isley families are planning throughout the next two seasons of the animated series. But there is an even far greater danger to Smallville, as Lionel Luthor's secret deal with Darkseid comes into fruition, and Clark and his friends are met by two emissaries from the planet of New Genesis: Orion and Lightray (voices of Marc Blucas and Mark Hildreth). They have come to warn Clark about an invasion force from Apokolips that is coming to Earth, and this time, not even the combined forces of both Clark and Kara can stop them - or can they?
Episode Fifty-Three: SMALLVILLE: THE NEW GODS SAGA - KALIBAK UNLEASHED
With Clark getting the message from Orion and Lightray about Darkseid coming to Earth in last season's finale, Clark, Kara, and their friends must now prepare for the worst, as the tyrant sends the "Smallville Scoobies" their first obstacle, the brutish Kalibak (Michael Dorn). And he came with a message for the Teens of Steel - through his first victim, a battered and bloodied Whitney Fordman!
Episode Fifty-Four: SMALLVILLE: THE NEW GODS SAGA - THE FEMALE FURIES COME A CALLIN'
It may have been a titanic battle between the Smallville Scoobies and Kalibak, but it's not without injuries as Whitney is put into a coma, and Pete and Lana have been taken down. But, when a group of vicious hardcore beauties called the Female Furies land on Earth, Lana, Chloe, Pamela, Kara and a returning Rose are the only ones confronting Lashina, Mad Harriet, Stompa, Knockout, and Bloody Mary in one of the wildest girl fights in Smallville history, which will leave our heroines outclassed and outgunned when they have to face the menacing Big Barda next ep! Plus, why is Lashina so interested in Clark Kent? And, why is Lex interested in his father's newly acquired Apokoliptian technology? Could he be making his own deal with Darkseid to take over Luthorcorp?
Episode Fifty-Five: SMALLVILLE: THE NEW GODS SAGA - BIG BARDA, WARRIOR QUEEN OF APOKOLIPS
Clark and Lex under Lashina's control, and turning on Supergirl, Poison Ivy, and the Thorn? the Smallville high coed population captured by an invading Furie Battallion? and the Smallville police powerless to stop an already Darkseid-powered Intergang? It could mean only one thing: Darkseid has sent Granny Goodness' most dangerous female warrior yet, Big Barda! And, after the beating she and Lashina give the other Furies on Earth, Barda and Lashina are about to make both Lana Lang and Chloe Sullivan their personal little b****hes! That is, if they can stop fighting over the brainwashed Clark, and go through an arriving Brenda Bibbowski in her new identity of Giganta!
Episode Fifty-Six: SMALLVILLE: THE NEW GODS SAGA - APOKOLIPS... NOW!
Giganta gave Big Barda the worst beating of her life with help of Chloe and a jealous Lashina last episode, which also led to Lana finally fighting back against Lashina herself (this time, wearing a yellow and black striped leotard and boots from the masquerade ball, and calling herself Insect Queen!). Meanwhile on Apokolips, the Furies' bickering on Earth causes Clark to finally break free of Lashina's control. Together, with Lex and the girls, Clark and Kara bring down the house on Kalibak, the other Furies on Apokolips and many of Darkseid's attacking Parademons! Now, with everyone safe on Earth, Orion and Lightray rejoin our heroes as Darkseid, angry with the Furies' failure to take Earth, decides to his most dangerous plan to boot: employing Kanto and Steppenwolf to command the earth-bound Intergang forces under the control of Lionel Luthor to help secure Darkseid's imminent arrival in Smallville! Meanwhile, Lex, with the help of the warriors from New Genesis, plans the final assault on Darkseid himself, as the Smallville Scoobies begin to hold back the oncoming Intergang troops with the help of the police, and Jonathan and Martha introduce Clark and Kara to some brand-new black costumes with the "S" symbol in the process!
Episode Fifty-Seven: SMALLVILLE: THE NEW GODS SAGA - SMALLVILLE'S LAST STAND
Big Barda finally escapes Apokolips with the help of a reluctant Orion, and decides to join him in training our heroes as all of Smallville prepares for a confrontation with the Lord of Apokolips and his forces in the biggest (and worst) battle that they are about to see, and in the end, Clark and his friends, and all of Smallville, will never be the same!
Episode Fifty-Eight: AFTERMATH
As the town begins to rebuild after the terrible events of last episode, many of the Scoobies, including Clark and Kara, are starting to realize the effects Darkseid put upon their lives, as new alliances and friendships are formed, and a deeper understanding of what happened has taken shape for everyone involved.
Episode Fifty-Nine: MEET MR. MXYZPTLK
Clark and company are at the restoration operation for the Talon Theatre when an impish prankster from the Fifth Dimension named Mr. Mxyzptlk (voice of Gilbert Gottfried) comes into our own dimension causing trouble for Clark and Lana. But can Clark get him to say his name backwards? ....Hmmm.
Episode Sixty: BLACK ORCHID
Here's a f***ed-up twist on that live action Smallville ep, "Heat:" What if Clark and Lex both meet a beautiful new teacher named Desiree Atkins (voice of Krista Allen), and found out that she had some strange new power over men? What if Desiree had already got Lex to marry her, despite all of Clark's objections? But here's the kicker: What if Desiree was a former assistant to Dr. Jason Isley, not to mention the subject of one of his earlier experiments in botanical science? That's what happens when Pamela Isley also meets Desiree, and finds out that she can not only control the wills of men, but she can also neutralize Pam's immunity to plants, and is every bit as beautiful and deadly as she is! Yes, folks, it's the teacher meeting the student as Poison Ivy squares off against Desiree, as a new fatal beauty called Black Orchid, in this wild girl-on-girl episode!
Episode Sixty-One: THE RETURN OF BRUCE WAYNE
A creepy new hoodlum named Jack Napier (Gabe Khouth) makes his appearance in Smallville as he is hired by Lionel Luthor to transport a highly dangerous neurotoxin from Smallville to Gotham City. This situation brings Bruce Wayne to Smallville in the very first meeting between the future Dark Knight and the future Clown Prince of Crime, in which Bruce must join forces with Clark Kent to stop the transport of Luthor's deadly chemicals to Gotham City! Plus, we get to meet his new girlfriend next episode.
Episode Sixty-Two: SELINA
While Bruce and Clark try to take down Jack Napier, Lana and Pamela meet up with Bruce's sassy new girlfriend, a young street-smart chick named Selina Kyle (voice of Danica McKellar). And, this is a girl who is just as passion about those of the feline variety as Pamela Isley is about those of the botanical variety, which leads to a very interesting relationship between the two girls when they sneak into Luthor Mansion to recover Dr. Isley's Botanica X notes, and Pamela finds out the real reason why Luthor wanted her family's formula in the first place!
Episode Sixty-Three: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
Talk about an episode straight out of "Elimidate" as Hal Jordan and Oliver Queen Jr. both come to Smallville and find themselves mooning over our favorite plant girl, Pamela. Meanwhile, the jealous Carol Ferris has also arrived, and she has brought with her an assassin named Deathstroke (Michael Rosenbaum) to eliminate both her rival and her boyfriend! This leads to the very first pairing of the "Hard Travelin' Heroes" Hal and Oliver, in which they team up with Pam to stop Deathstroke!
Episode Sixty-Four: STARLIGHT
In a standalone episode that is completely out of left field, Jonathan and Martha Kent are helping Nell, Lillian, and their children put the finishing touches on the Talon Theatre for its grand opening when Jonathan is reunited with an old flame of his, a beautiful torch singer named Jacqueline Benton (Marlene Aragon), who is now married to Emmett Benton (Jack Angel), a former Luthorcorp designer who now runs a successful recording company called Starlight Music. Meanwhile, Clark is introduced for the first time by Chloe to her friend from summer camp, the Bentons' 16-year-old daughter, Jerrica (special appearance by voice actress Samantha Newark), who takes a shine to the Teen of Steel. But the Bentons are here for a much more important reason: They need the help of the Kents to stop a hotshot new record producer under Emmett's employ named Eric Raymond (Charlie Adler) from selling Starlight Music to Luthorcorp so that Lionel Luthor can gain access to a top-secret holographics experiment called Project Synergy! And we all know where that will lead to, do we?
Episode Sixty-Five: THE ADVENTURES OF CLARK KENT IN THE THIRTY-FIRST CENTURY (Season Five finale)
Remember Saturn Girl, Chameleon Boy, and Cosmic Boy when they came to Smallville in Season One? Well, it's Clark's turn to come to them when the Legion restores his memory of them in order to travel with them to the 31st century to help them deal with a ruthless descendant of Lex Luthor named Lila Luthor (Dana Delany), who is the President of Earth in their timeline. And this time, she has created a deadly new teen superteam called the Legion of Super Villains. Their first order of business: Destroy the Legion of Super Heroes! And, they have the backing of a now-corrupt Science Police and the United Planets to do it! Plus, Clark meets up with his Daxamite descendant, Mon-El (Tom Welling in a dual voice over role), who has some information for him concerning a mysterious Kryptonian robot that will meet him on Earth in the next seven years of his life!
Episode Sixty-Six: LEGENDS
Smallville pays tribute to the Justice League episode of the same name, as we flashback to the day when a high-school senior named Jonathan Kent (voice of Eric Johnson) teamed up with the members of the Justice Society of America to defeat an evil group of Neo-Nazi superhumans called Axis Amerika.
Episode Sixty Seven: VANDAL SAVAGE - MASTER OF THE WORLD!
Clark comes back from his sojourn in the 31st Century with the Legion of Superheroes only to find that Smallville has radically changed, and that his friends have become morally corrupted! It's due in part to an immortal named Vandal Savage, an evil religious fanatic who Clark meets for the very first time in his life!
Episode Sixty-Eight: J'ONN J'ONZZ, THE MANHUNTER FROM MARS
The Smallville Scoobies are at Lake Shuster for a boy-girl swim party when a mysterious alien spacecraft crashlands on Earth, only to find out that it has a very special visitor from Mars who's been trying to contact Clark and Kara for some time now. It's J'Onn J'Onzz, the Martian Manhunter! And he's come with a message that invaders from the planet Saturn are coming to invade Earth, and they're led by a ruthless tyrant named Despero, who wants to make Smallville his first stop on his rampage through Earth!
Episode Sixty-Nine: SMALLVILLE'S FIRST SUPERHERO
Guest writer Amalgamax wrote this very special episode of Smallville: The Animated Series which pays tribute to an American classic - The Wizard of Oz - where it is several months later, and Lex Luthor has stepped into the dark side. Clark is battling a rejuvenated and powerful version of Intergang when from out of nowhere, a mysterious superheroine with ties to Martha Kent arrives on the scene from an Earth that is controlled by magic. But upon Martha's meeting with the now-superpowered woman, named Dorothy Max, It leads Clark and his mother on a dark and dangerous quest to find out what happened to her best friend from childhood, and to help Dorothy and her metahuman friends overthrow the evil sorceress controlling this alternate Earth in this Amalgam Universe-style episode!
Episode Seventy: HERE COMES THE MISFITS
In one of the weirdest Smallville TAS episodes ever, Lionel Luthor is reunited with his old partner, a crooked and shady businessman by the name of Harvey Gabor (John Glover in a dual speaking role), who has just been divorced from his estranged showgirl wife, Elizabeth (special appearance by former voice actress Patricia Albrecht). But, the real story is when a wild new teen girl group named the Misfits come to Smallville for their first concert at the Talon, and Lex meets up with the man's spoiled daughter, Phyllis (Allison Mack in a dual speaking role), who now goes by the name of Pizzazz and is the lead singer of the group. But she's also here to seek the help of her best friend Lois Lane's cousin Chloe, to help her stop her father from rejoining Lex's dad for a mysterious secret project that will put the Misfits - and possibly Chloe's friend Clark Kent - in danger!
Episode Seventy-One: ROXY'S RUMBLE
The Misfits are still in Smallville when their platinum-haired guitarist, Roxanne Pelligrini (voice of Alyssa Milano) is reunited with her old galpals, Mercy Graves and Hope Mills, who are now working for Lex Luthor. But when Roxy, Mercy and Hope stumble onto the elder Luthor's sinister plans, they become the guinea pigs for a horrifying test run of Luthorcorp's newest experimental assassination weapon: Major Force!
Episode Seventy-Two: MARIANNA
Our three-episode romp with the Misfits ends when we take a look at the band's beautiful blue-haired keyboardist and vocalist, Marianna "Mary" Phillips (voice of Melody Perkins), who is visiting her mother Mary (voice of Susan Blu), a biologist working for the Cadmus Project that Marianna has not seen in two years. And, when the girl is exposed to the green Kryptonite rocks near the lake, it suddenly gives her control over the elements, thus calling herself Stormer, and she takes flight to help Clark Kent when he is attacked by Luthorcorp's new robot warriors, the Defendroids, in this off-the-wall episode!
Episode Seventy-Three: THE GUARDIAN OF SUICIDE SLUM
Trapped in Metropolis by Lionel Luthor's Defendroids, Martha and Clark Kent, Dr. Mary and Marianna "Stormer" Phillips are rescued by a mysterious armored superhero called the Guardian, who has a history with the two families, and needs the help of Clark and Stormer to find his adopted sons, four clones he calls "The Newsboy Legion!"
Episode Seventy-Four: THE LEGEND OF THE NEWSBOY LEGION
With the current Newsboy Legion found by Clark and Marianna, the teen singer decides to stay with her mom at the Kent Farm in Smallville, which leads Jonathan Kent and Jim Harper to tell the story of the original Newsboy Legion, a group of street-tough boys from both Smallville and Metropolis who battled street crime in Suicide Slum back in the sixties, and are now scientists in the Cadmus Project, a Luthorcorp-backed crossbreeding project that will be dealt with next episode.
Episode Seventy-Five: PROJECT CADMUS
As the Kents and Jim Harper accompany Dr. Phillips and her daughter back to Gateway City, they arrive at a top-secret scientific laboratory building which houses the Cadmus Project, a mysterious Luthorcorp-backed military project designed to create the ultimate genetic super-warrior. While there, they all meet up with Dr. Phillips' colleagues, the four original members of the Newsboy Legion, and her husband, Dr. Marlin Phillips (Michael Bell). But things aren't what they seem, as Clark meets up with Stormer's older brother, Craig Phillips (voice of Jason David Frank), himself a musician. And, when the three of them stumble upon the building's secret underground lab, they find themselves inside the biggest genetics project of them all: Project Ubermensch, a project designed to clone the Teen of Steel, Clark Kent! Its backer - Lex Luthor!!!
Episode Seventy-Six: FIRE AND ICE
What happens when two elemental forces that are polar opposites meet for the first time? That's what Claire Selton finds out when she meets a visiting Lisa Snart in this fun episode that has the two girls using their powers to play pranks on the entire town, which has got Kara very concerned at school. But when big brother Leonard returns to Smallville looking for his cold gun and finds out that Lisa has it, he's going to do everything necessary to get it back in his new identity of Captain Cold!
Episode Seventy-Seven: LITTLE GIRL LOST
Remember that Superman TAS episode of the same name, well guess what, this is Smallville's version, as the teenage girl who would become Power Girl makes her appearance in this episode. It begins as Clark Kent heads into a cave and finds a mysterious time portal that opens up and transports him back to Krypton's past. While there, he discovers Argo City, where he finds a beautiful warrior woman named Kara Zor-El (voice of Alexis Bledel), who is about to face the same fate as all of Krypton unless Clark can save her by taking her with him through the time portal back to Earth!
Episode Seventy-Eight: YOUNG JUSTICE
When Clark and J'onn learn that Despero is back to finish off Earth, and the Justice Society are powerless to stop him, Clark Kent, J'onn J'onzz, Bruce Wayne, Princess Diana, Hal Jordan, Barry Allen, Prince Orin, Billy Batson, Zatanna Zatara and Oliver Queen must join forces along with resident Smallville superheroines Lana Lang and Pamela Isley to stop the Saturnian warlord and his marauding army in this special two-hour movie! But once they beat him, they will have to face a group of criminals, who are secretly led by Lex Luthor, who will begin his recruitment drive for his new Injustice Gang in the second half of Season Six!
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In the animated music industry, there are two completely different but important girl groups: The Holograms, who are just Truly Outrageous, and the Misfits, who think their music is better. These are their stories.
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