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Smallville: The Complete Eighth Season

Tom Welling , Michael Rosenbaum , Allison Mack , Glen Winter    Unrated   DVD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Definite need to add to all superman fans Sept. 3 2013
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Great for fans of the show. Bought this for my wife and she loved it!

very happy to purchase this!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another great season March 24 2012
By Chris R
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Season 8 of Smallville is another solid entry to the show. It continues the trend that started in season 5 of a more mature tone and serialized format. This season is the first where Clark begins to accept his destiny of being a hero and it is great. Some new characters are brought in this season like Tess, who replaces Lex Luthor, and while she is not as interesting she does a respectable job. Davis Bloome is brought in as a paradmedic with a dark secret, and while they make things pretty obvious his character arc is interesting.

If you've been watching Smallville from the beginning you should absolutely keep watching
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Loved the Series, so I Bought it! Sept. 13 2014
Exactly what they described
Exactly what they promised
Exactly why I bought it from them
I'm very satisfied!
More than enough reasons!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thought This Season was Doomed--I Was Wrong! Nov. 27 2009
If any one season of Smallville made me feel like I was deeply immersed in Superman mythology and was watching a true, live-action version of a DC comic book, Season Eight was it.

Not only is Clark Kent and Lois Lane working at the Daily Planet, but Doomsday, the monster that killed Superman in the comics, is the over-arcing plot this season. He comes in the form of Davis Bloom whom, we learn, experiences these mysterious blackouts as he transforms into the Kryptonian beast and murders anyone that crosses his path.

To make matters worse, Davis has a soft spot for Chloe and despite her best intentions, giving in only sets off a chain of events that screws up her relationship with both him and Clark.

Also introduced this season--and taking the place of Lex Luthor--is Tess Mercer. At first she's as loyal to the Luthor name as anyone, but when she learns what kind of a man Lex Luthor truly was, everything changes and we encounter a woman who is just as evil as her predecessor.

I have to admit I was unsure how Smallville was going to work without Lana Lang and Lex Luthor as key characters, and for the first few episodes, the show did feel a little empty, but that was more than made up for with the breakneck pace the show took and the dark path it led its viewers down while creating the Doomsday saga. With Tess Mercer and Doomsday as the central villains, you forget all about Lex Luthor and instead try to read between the lines to see how he'll one day return as Clark's rightful foe, while watching Tess and Doomsday lead the world into destruction.

I was really happy with how this season turned out after my initial skepticism.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 22 2014
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