After 10 years, 'Smallville' didn't disappoint
May 16th, 2011
11:16 AM ET

After 10 years, 'Smallville' didn't disappoint

After 10 years of "Smallville," we finally got to see the suit on Clark Kent and it did not disappoint.

Friday night was the two-hour series finale of the CW’s "Smallville,” a show that has pushed the boundaries of the Superman story to its limits. (Such as the creation of new characters that hadn’t shown up in the comics before [Chloe Sullivan] and taking other characters and giving them a bigger role than they ever had in the story as we knew it [Lana Lang].)

Although the show’s creators boldly said “no flying and no tights,” we saw those rules broken in the finale in a way that should make fans of both the show and Superman’s original tale satisfied with Clark Kent becoming the Man of Steel.

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