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1st Jan '16 7:38:28 PM nombretomado
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* Besides those details, she's not like Lucy in personality. Lois was very Lucy-like, but is becoming more Lois-like as Chloe because slightly less Lois-like and more Oracle-like. Series/{{Smallville}} really has no idea what it's doing.

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* Besides those details, she's not like Lucy in personality. Lois was very Lucy-like, but is becoming more Lois-like as Chloe because slightly less Lois-like and more Oracle-like. Series/{{Smallville}} ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' really has no idea what it's doing.
25th Dec '15 7:43:36 PM nombretomado
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TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks: Season four. Much more "out there" stories helped by the introduction of magic into the canon, and a greater willingness of the writers to just embrace all the humorous possibilities afforded to them by the inherent wildness of a world where sci-fi and magic coexist. Introduction of TheFlash and the Fortress of Solitude (which was first seen during the Silver Age).

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TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks: UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks: Season four. Much more "out there" stories helped by the introduction of magic into the canon, and a greater willingness of the writers to just embrace all the humorous possibilities afforded to them by the inherent wildness of a world where sci-fi and magic coexist. Introduction of TheFlash and the Fortress of Solitude (which was first seen during the Silver Age).



Contrary to popular belief. They actually also think Chloe and Clark are great together. That's why they get huge amounts of ShipTease and their moments dominate the [[{{Heartwarming/Smallville}} heartwarming]] entry. As for why they aren't put together, it is a reasonable guess that ExecutiveMeddling does not allow Clark to have a CanonImmigrant long-term LoveInterest (despite his canon college love interest being a ''[[SilverAge mermaid]]'') and that they made Chloe and Clark fit each other well to produce fan pressure so they might just have a chance to at least briefly put them together.. This could also explain why Lois/Clark and Chloe/Oliver are StrangledByTheRedString and how their relationships are badly written - TheyJustDidntCare. If you are charged to write something you don't like, you won't put much effort into it either. In my opinion, ''Hex'' is not a TakeThat of the Chlois Theory - more like an AffectionateParody. The episode is obviously played for humour and Chloe was being ''too nice'' to pass for Lois. [[{{Funny/Smallville}} "You haven't insulted me yet" "You actually crossed at the crossing" "And Chloe let me drive"]].

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Contrary to popular belief. They actually also think Chloe and Clark are great together. That's why they get huge amounts of ShipTease and their moments dominate the [[{{Heartwarming/Smallville}} heartwarming]] entry. As for why they aren't put together, it is a reasonable guess that ExecutiveMeddling does not allow Clark to have a CanonImmigrant long-term LoveInterest (despite his canon college love interest being a ''[[SilverAge ''[[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks mermaid]]'') and that they made Chloe and Clark fit each other well to produce fan pressure so they might just have a chance to at least briefly put them together.. This could also explain why Lois/Clark and Chloe/Oliver are StrangledByTheRedString and how their relationships are badly written - TheyJustDidntCare. If you are charged to write something you don't like, you won't put much effort into it either. In my opinion, ''Hex'' is not a TakeThat of the Chlois Theory - more like an AffectionateParody. The episode is obviously played for humour and Chloe was being ''too nice'' to pass for Lois. [[{{Funny/Smallville}} "You haven't insulted me yet" "You actually crossed at the crossing" "And Chloe let me drive"]].
25th Dec '15 7:43:19 PM nombretomado
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Or as close to Lucy Lane as you can get. Lucy has shown up once as herself, but it's more plausible that Chloe would use a pen name based on someone who's shown up only once and isn't in the newspaper business than that she would use "Lois Lane." And in the SilverAge and UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}, Lucy was a blonde who was dating Jimmy Olsen.

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Or as close to Lucy Lane as you can get. Lucy has shown up once as herself, but it's more plausible that Chloe would use a pen name based on someone who's shown up only once and isn't in the newspaper business than that she would use "Lois Lane." And in the SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} and UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}, Lucy was a blonde who was dating Jimmy Olsen.
10th Nov '15 9:57:11 PM TitoMosquito
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* Eric Summers still desires Clark's powers. He wants to take them again, or somehow gain his own powers. He may even team-up with a scientist named [[MythologyGag Ernest Smalley]] who'll create a potion which will give him (temporary) powers similar to . Or create a supersuit not unlike the comics' Lucy Lane's Superwoman suit.
* Ben Meyers (from ''Action'') would become [[TheFlash Professor Zoom]].

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* Eric Summers still desires Clark's powers. He wants to take them again, or somehow gain his own powers. He may even team-up with a scientist named [[MythologyGag Ernest Smalley]] who'll create a potion which will give him (temporary) powers powers, similar to .to the early story "Reign of the Super-Man". Or create a supersuit not unlike the comics' Lucy Lane's Superwoman suit.
* Ben Meyers (from ''Action'') "Action") would become [[TheFlash Professor Zoom]].



* Dr. Hudson (the phantom from ''Labyrinth'') would become Doctor Destiny.


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* Dr. Hudson (the phantom from ''Labyrinth'') "Labyrinth") would become Doctor Destiny.

Destiny.
* Justin Gaines (from "Crush") becomes Green Arrow's enemy, because he still has feelings for Chloe.
3rd Nov '15 8:32:06 PM nombretomado
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Last we saw Doomsday, Clark threw him deep underground. And Clark returns, with no memory of how he even got out. It's possible, through Kryptonian means, Clark trapped him inside a metal prison. Doomsday eventually breaks free and wants a rematch with Clark, who's more than ready to face him. Thus subverting the usual [[TheDeathOfSuperman Death of Superman]] story.

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Last we saw Doomsday, Clark threw him deep underground. And Clark returns, with no memory of how he even got out. It's possible, through Kryptonian means, Clark trapped him inside a metal prison. Doomsday eventually breaks free and wants a rematch with Clark, who's more than ready to face him. Thus subverting the usual [[TheDeathOfSuperman [[ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman Death of Superman]] story.
21st Oct '15 12:25:21 PM Morgenthaler
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[[spoiler:Before his "death"]], he has an abnormal white blood cell that allowed him never to become sick in his entire life. If he trained himself to use it correctly or explored more about it, he could have taken on Clark since they couldn't be hurt at all. Lex could have become [[{{Unbreakable}} David Dunn]] of sorts.

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[[spoiler:Before his "death"]], he has an abnormal white blood cell that allowed him never to become sick in his entire life. If he trained himself to use it correctly or explored more about it, he could have taken on Clark since they couldn't be hurt at all. Lex could have become [[{{Unbreakable}} [[Film/{{Unbreakable}} David Dunn]] of sorts.
10th Oct '15 12:00:22 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Book Of Rao is a [[spoiler: [[NewGods Mother Box]] that summoned a Boom Tube to New Genesis]]]]
The way the Book of Rao transported the Kandorians to their new world looks suspiciously like a [[spoiler: Boom tube]], a piece of technology used by the [[spoiler: NewGods]]. Considering that [[spoiler: {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}]] has been confirmed as the BigBad of Season Ten, it would make a lot of sense. It would also resolve the Kandorian story arc by having them arrive on [[spoiler: New Genesis]].

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[[WMG: The Book Of Rao is a [[spoiler: [[NewGods [[ComicBook/NewGods Mother Box]] that summoned a Boom Tube to New Genesis]]]]
The way the Book of Rao transported the Kandorians to their new world looks suspiciously like a [[spoiler: Boom tube]], a piece of technology used by the [[spoiler: NewGods]].ComicBook/NewGods]]. Considering that [[spoiler: {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}]] has been confirmed as the BigBad of Season Ten, it would make a lot of sense. It would also resolve the Kandorian story arc by having them arrive on [[spoiler: New Genesis]].



* It could be [[NewGods Highfather]], as a reward for defeating Darkseid.

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* It could be [[NewGods [[ComicBook/NewGods Highfather]], as a reward for defeating Darkseid.
25th Sep '15 5:57:06 PM nombretomado
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*** That actually happened with the [[ContinuitySnarl various versions]] of {{Hawkman}}, and I think at one point, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}.

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*** That actually happened with the [[ContinuitySnarl various versions]] of {{Hawkman}}, ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}, and I think at one point, ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}.
25th Sep '15 4:21:05 PM nombretomado
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UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks: Season five to seven. Dealing with more serious topics (although the VerySpecialEpisode for teenage sexuality is in season four, the one for drugs, ''Void'', is in season five), introduction of the more hard-boiled, street-level vigilante [[GreenArrow Green Arrow/Oliver Queen]], a greater willingness to explore more horror-based elements thanks to the Phantom Zone criminals and their powers. Also contains the pivotal parts of the last steps of ProtagonistJourneyToVillain and MoralEventHorizon, both excellently handled, of ComicBook/LexLuthor.

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UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks: Season five to seven. Dealing with more serious topics (although the VerySpecialEpisode for teenage sexuality is in season four, the one for drugs, ''Void'', is in season five), introduction of the more hard-boiled, street-level vigilante [[GreenArrow [[ComicBook/GreenArrow Green Arrow/Oliver Queen]], a greater willingness to explore more horror-based elements thanks to the Phantom Zone criminals and their powers. Also contains the pivotal parts of the last steps of ProtagonistJourneyToVillain and MoralEventHorizon, both excellently handled, of ComicBook/LexLuthor.
18th Sep '15 3:44:43 PM nombretomado
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The way the Book of Rao transported the Kandorians to their new world looks suspiciously like a [[spoiler: Boom tube]], a piece of technology used by the [[spoiler: NewGods]]. Considering that [[spoiler: {{Darkseid}}]] has been confirmed as the BigBad of Season Ten, it would make a lot of sense. It would also resolve the Kandorian story arc by having them arrive on [[spoiler: New Genesis]].

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The way the Book of Rao transported the Kandorians to their new world looks suspiciously like a [[spoiler: Boom tube]], a piece of technology used by the [[spoiler: NewGods]]. Considering that [[spoiler: {{Darkseid}}]] {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}]] has been confirmed as the BigBad of Season Ten, it would make a lot of sense. It would also resolve the Kandorian story arc by having them arrive on [[spoiler: New Genesis]].



TheModernAgeOfComicBooks: Season ten. {{Reconstruction}} of TheCape / IdealHero, ComicBook/KingdomCome-style. The characters, having gone through lots of growth--especially in the last few seasons--come full circle and embrace their classic identities, but often with an innovative twist. Clark going back to a more classic red-and-blue outfit with the "S" symbol. Lois and Clark being a couple, and Lois (now in on "The Secret") helping Clark protect his identity and more actively helping him with his missions. Lots of {{ShoutOut}}s and tributes to the past (the class reunion episode, all the tons of fan-demanded cameos of older characters, etc.) The symbolic defeat of {{Darkseid}}. "[[{{CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming}} Always hold on to Smallville]]".


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TheModernAgeOfComicBooks: Season ten. {{Reconstruction}} of TheCape / IdealHero, ComicBook/KingdomCome-style. The characters, having gone through lots of growth--especially in the last few seasons--come full circle and embrace their classic identities, but often with an innovative twist. Clark going back to a more classic red-and-blue outfit with the "S" symbol. Lois and Clark being a couple, and Lois (now in on "The Secret") helping Clark protect his identity and more actively helping him with his missions. Lots of {{ShoutOut}}s and tributes to the past (the class reunion episode, all the tons of fan-demanded cameos of older characters, etc.) The symbolic defeat of {{Darkseid}}.{{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. "[[{{CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming}} Always hold on to Smallville]]".

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