Lois Lane is at the Antarctic compound to cover scientific achievement, not corporate espionage, but she's keeping a close eye on Luthor. But she should be looking for problems outside the control booth!
Bryan Q. Miller continues making Smallville the great book it is. It's so much fun and even when it's a setup issue like this week, it's still great. I say it all the time, but everyone can enjoy this book and should. Read Full Review
I have to say this was a great middle chapter. The story moved forward on all fronts. We see the threat the Monitors are, an Earth vaporized. We see Lois and Clark use their brains to escape that fate. We see the emergence of a new hero. And we see the evil of Lex, suddenly openly and brazenly malevolent. And we are that much closer to the Crisis. Unbelievable. Incredible. Read Full Review
The main takeaway from Smallville Season Eleven: Chaos #2 seems to be that no matter what Earth Superman may find himself living on, his dead computerized father is still a giant jerk. For fans. Read Full Review
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