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The premise of Smallville--Superman as a teenager--takes up just a few pages in Superman's very first comic book appearance (in Action Comics back in 1938), but series producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar flesh out that period by portraying young Clark Kent (Tom Welling) not as the noble Superman-in-waiting, but as an average teen with some not-so-ordinary supernatural powers, including incredible strength and heat vision (Clark hasn't lifted up, up, and away as of yet). Clark's desire to fit in with his peers and make sense of his extraordinary abilities ground him in very realistic and identifiable terms for the series' primarily under-25 audience, as does his appealing and tentative romance with Kristen Kreuk as Clark's dreamgirl Lana Lang. But Smallville also strikes gold when it takes a turn towards more comic book territory, as evidenced by the parade of shape-shifting killers and other outlandish antagonists (many generated, in one of the series' most ingenious notions, by the same devastating meteor shower that brought the infant Clark to Earth) that Clark must harness his powers to face and defeat. Gough and Millar, along with their capable cast (which includes Michael Rosenbaum as a young and already bald-pated Lex Luthor, and Annette O'Toole and John Schneider as the Kents) manage to pull off the precarious high-wire act of combining science fiction with coming-of-age drama to create this highly watchable program.
Smallville: The Complete First Season offers a very complete and attractive DVD package that is rounded out by some highly desirable extras for longtime series fans. The six-disc set offers all 21 episodes of the first season, including the pilot, in widescreen anamorphic format; Gough and Millar are featured on the set's sole commentary track, which appears on the pilot episode. Viewers can also access a number of deleted scenes from various episodes as well as view original pre-production storyboards and WB promotional spots. An interactive "tour" of Smallville rounds out the extras, but DVD-ROM owners can use the discs to access more features via the Smallville web site. --Paul Gaita
Exactly what they described
Exactly what they promised
Exactly why I bought it from them
I'm very satisfied!
More than enough reasons!
New series to me. Bought it to check it out. Fell in love with it! Great actors, awesome special effects! Will be buying more of this series in the future.Published 11 months ago by Marie
hi..i just received my ,used, first season of smallville dvds and i'm very satisfied. the cardboard outside case is in good shape(not perfect) and the plastic case and dvds are in... Read morePublished 12 months ago by claudw-xy
I enjoyed the first season of Smallville, it has it flaws, but it is still decent. An important thing to note is that Smallville is not about Superman, it is about Clark Kent... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2012 by Chris R
Don't get me wrong. Smallville is a great show. I enjoyed watching the show.
However the physical case that holds the dvds is terrible. Read more
As with the rest of the boxed sets, my wife and I thoroughly enjoyed them all. We especially love listening to the commentary from the actors/actresses while watching an episode,... Read morePublished on May 13 2010 by Neil Roy
This show has such a great cast, especially Tom Welling as Clark Kent. He is such a talented and intelligent actor. So is Michael Rosenbaum as Lex, great acting! Read morePublished on April 16 2007 by D. Landry
As this is the first season of Smallville, it was a little duller than the subsequent seasons. While relationships were being formed and characters being explored, the show tended... Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by "exarphion"