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From Comic Book to Smallville

From Comic Book to Smallville

It is Smallville’s last season whether you loved the show or loathe it; the series has breathed life to many of our DC comicbook characters.  Here is a picture rundown of characters that transitioned from the colorful 2D pages of our comicbooks to Smallville’s small screen. 

Clark Kent : Tom Welling

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Born as Kal-El on the planet Krypton to Jor-El and Lara-El, Clark Kent is a super-powered alien who was sent to Earth after his planet was about to be destroyed, and has devoted his life to fighting crime, protecting humanity and the Earth. Accompanied by a meteor shower, Kal-El's ship crashed in a field of the small town of Smallville, Kansas, where he was found and adopted by Jonathan and Martha Kent, who raised him as his son, instilling in him strong moral principles and teaching him to use his abilities for good.

In the comics, Clark Kent/Superman was the first character of the superhero genre, as well as the first superhero to maintain the concept of a secret identity. Although the creators of Smallville keep the spirit of the character intact, there are notable differences between the character depicted on Smallville, and the character as he appears in monthly publications.

Jonathan Kent : John Schneider

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Jonathan Kent was the husband of Martha Kent and the adoptive father of Clark Kent, and ran the Kent Farm. Jonathan died of heart failure the night he was elected Kansas State Senator.                      

The differences between Jonathan's character on Smallville and how he is in the source material are relatively few; the main one being that the TV version is much younger. 

Martha Kent : Annette O'Toole

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Martha Kent (nee Clark) is the widow of the late Jonathan Kent, adoptive mother of Clark Kent, and US Senator for the state of Kansas. She is also known as the Red Queen.

In the comics, Martha Clark Kent and Jonathan Kent, also known as Ma and Pa Kent, are fictional characters published by DC Comics. The Kent’s are the adoptive parents of Superman. They live in the small town of Smallville, USA. The couple is usually portrayed age-wise as either late middle age or elderly.

Lana Lang : Kristin Kreuk

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Lana Lang is Clark Kent's first love and Lex Luthor's ex-wife. She founded the Isis Foundation, a non-profit devoted to helping meteor-infected metahumans, and led the renovation of the Talon coffee shop. Growing up, Lana lived a mile away from the Kent’s and was admired from afar by her neighbor Clark Kent for years.

In the comics, Traditionally, Lana has been Superman's romantic interest when she was the "girl next door" in Smallville.

Lex Luthor : Michael Rosenbaum

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Alexander "Lex" Luthor was the billionaire CEO of LuthorCorp until his death in 2009. He struggled with a dark history and a darker destiny.

In the comics, Lex Luthor has been Superman's archenemy for most of the superhero's existence, having been envisioned as his dual opposite; morally depraved and relying on intellect over strength. Luthor is a wealthy scientist and formerly a CEO of one of the most powerful high-tech conglomerates in the world, LexCorp.

Lionel Luthor : John Glover
1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Lionel Luthor  was the founder of LuthorCorp, the father of Lex Luthor and the emissary of Jor-El. He was also a member of Veritas. Prior to his death, Lionel served as Chairman and CEO, then as Special Advisor, of LuthorCorp.

Lionel has not had as major a role in the comic books as on the show itself.

Pete Ross : Sam Jones III

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Clark Kent's and Chloe Sullivan's childhood best friend.

In the Silver Age comics, Pete Ross knew that Clark Kent was Superboy, but Superboy did not tell him, and Superboy did not know that Pete knew his secret.  The Post-Crisis Pete Ross had no knowledge of Clark's powers, but was one of his closest friends during their childhood.

Chloe Sullivan : Allison Mack

1st Smallville appearance: Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

Chloe Anne Sullivan is Clark Kent's closest friend and the head of Watchtower, where she provides operational support to Clark and Oliver and their team of heroes. Previously, Chloe worked for a few years as a struggling basement reporter for the Daily Planet, and then managed the Isis Foundation.

The comic version of Chloe has been described as "a very successful and dedicated reporter and a major player in Metropolis".

Maggie Sawyer : Jill Teed

1st Smallville appearance: Season 2 Episode 33 - Insurgence

Captain Maggie Sawyer is a police officer for the Metropolis Police Department.

In the comics, the character of Maggie Sawyer appears in both Batman and Superman comics. She was introduced in 1987 as a captain in the Special Crimes Unit (SCU).

Morgan Edge : Rutger Hauer

1st Smallville appearance: Season 3 Episode 45 - Exile

Morgan Edge was the leading crime lord in Metropolis and a childhood friend of Lionel Luthor.

In the comics, he is the Former head of Galaxy Communications and leader of the criminal group Intergang, which received alien technological assistance from Darkseid. Edge's criminal career was exposed by reporters Cat Grant, Clark Kent, and Lois Lane.

Perry White : Michael McKean

1st Smallville appearance: Season 3 Episode 49 - Perry

Perry "Bulldog" White is a reporter for the Daily Planet.

In the comics, Perry White is the editor-in-chief of the Daily Planet who hires Clark Kent when he arrives in Metropolis. His star reporter is Lois Lane, who idealized Perry's mythic reporting reputation from a young age. White was impressed with Clark's ability to scoop Lois on the paper's first story introducing Superman to the city.

Claire Foster : Lorena Gale

1st Smallville appearance: Season 3 Episode 49 - Perry

Claire Foster was the renowned psychiatrist with whom Lex Luthor scheduled his insurance-mandated sessions.

In the comics, Claire Foster has been a psychiatrist to both Superman and John Jones.

Lois Lane : Erica Durance  

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 67 - Crusade

Lois Lane is a rising journalist working for the Daily Planet and the bold, outspoken, older cousin of Chloe Sullivan. She has worked a variety of jobs over the years: waitress at the Talon, campaign manager for Jonathan Kent when he ran for Kansas State Senator, chief of staff for State Senator Martha Kent, and reporter for the Metropolis Inquisitor.

Lois is Clark Kent/Superman's chief romantic interest and, in the current DC Comics continuity, his wife.

Dr. Bridgette Crosby : Margot Kidder

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 67 - Crusade

Dr. Bridgette Crosby was the emissary assistant of Dr. Virgil Swann and was a member of the Veritas Society.

When Superman had cancer Action Comics #777 (May 2001), Bridgette Crosby, a scientist at S.T.A.R. Labs, shrunk down Superman's allies Steel, Supergirl, and Superboy to go inside him and destroy the cancer tumor.

Sam Lane : Michael Ironside

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 68 - Gone

Samuel "Sam" Lane is a General in the US Army, and the father of Lois Lane and Lucy Lane.

In the comics, like in Smallville, General Sam Lane is a career army officer, who married Ella Lane, and had two daughters, Lois and Lucy. Unlike Smallville however, Lois has never had as close of a relationship with Sam as she has with in the show.

Bart Allen/Impulse : Kyle Gallner

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 71 - Run

Bart Allen is a superhuman teen with the power of super speed. He is a member of Oliver Queen's team of pro-active heroes under the codename: Impulse.

The version of Bart Allen that is portrayed in Smallville is noticeably different from the character in the comics. For Smallville, the character has an almost obnoxious sense of humor. This is a character trait of Bart during his time as Impulse, but is toned down considerably when he becomes Kid Flash, and later, The Flash, in other venues.

Mikhail Mxyzptlk : Trent Ford

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 73 - Jinx

Mikhail Mxyzptlk is a teenaged metahuman from the Balkans who has the ability to influence others' actions with vocal commands.

In the comics, Mxyzptlk was one of Superman's few enemies that don’t need kryptonite to defeat him. Mister Mxyzptlk was an imp from the fifth dimension. Not being bound by our physical laws, he could do things that seemed to be magical, but saying or writing his name backwards returned him to his own universe.

Lucy Lane : Peyton List

1st Smallville appearance: Season 4 Episode 82 - Lucy

Lucy Lane is the trouble-making, younger sister of Lois Lane.

In the most recent issue of Supergirl, she is unmasked by Kara and revealed the evil Superwoman who had been battling against Supergirl she gained the appearance of Kryptonian powers via a powered up costume. Lucy seemed to have died in battle against Supergirl. Lucy was brought back to life in Supergirl Annual #1 due to the magical energies of her Superwoman suit. She was found by her father in Supergirl 50.

Aethyr : Alana De La Garza

Nam-Ek : Leonard Roberts

1st Smallville appearance: Season 5 Episode 89 - Arrival

The Disciples of Zod were two Kryptonians loyal to General Zod. They arrived on Earth in the Black Ship during the 2005 meteor shower, intent on finding Clark Kent and forcing him to free Zod from the Phantom Zone.

The names Nam-Ek and Aethyr appear in the comics, but are used for characters with no connection to those that appear in Smallville.
Nam-Ek is the name of a scientist who killed a sacred beast with a horn reputed to have healing powers. He then grafted the horn onto himself to gain immortality. Unfortunately this had the side effect of transforming him into a half-man/half-beast.
Aethyr is the name of a powerful entity connected with the Phantom Zone.

Brainiac : James Marsters

1st Smallville appearance: Season 5 Episode 89 - Arrival

The Brain InterActive Construct, or Brainiac, is a Kryptonian artificial intelligence designed and built by the scientists Dax-Ur and later Jor-El to aid in the war against General Zod, but was corrupted by Zod and used to assist in the destruction of the planet Krypton.

The super-villain Brainiac as he appears in the pages of DC Comics is quite different from his interpretation on Smallville.

Arthur Curry/Aquaman : Alan Ritchson

1st Smallville appearance: Season 5 Episode 92 - Aqua

Arthur "AC" Curry is a mysterious metahuman swimmer that has a special connection with water and the life forms within it. He is a marine biology student at the University of Miami and a former member of Green Arrow's team of pro-active heroes under the codename:Aquaman.

In the comics, Aquaman is the King of the lost land of Atlantis. He is very protective of the sea, and in his recent incarnations has an almost inhospitable personality to "surface dwellers".

Andrea Rojas : Denise Quiñones

1st Smallville appearance: Season 5 Episode 101 - Vengeance

Andrea Rojas was a bumbling, mild-mannered intern who worked with Chloe Sullivan at the Daily Planet. She also happened to be a metahuman vigilante known as the Angel of Vengeance, a mysterious warrior woman who defends the citizens of Metropolis.

The version of Andrea in the comics is different from the one depicted on Smallville. In the comics, she is called Acrata and not the Angel of Vengeance. Acrata specializes in striking against authority.

Victor Stone/Cyborg : Lee Thompson Young

1st Smallville appearance: Season 5 Episode 103 - Cyborg

Victor Stone is a teenager with endoskeletal cybernetic enhancements. He is part of Green Arrow’s superhero team under the code name Cyborg.

On the show, Cyborg's implants are endoskeletal, while in the comics his implants have always been exoskeletal. This creates a distinctive and different look between Smallville and the comics.

Jimmy Olsen : Aaron Ashmore

1st Smallville appearance: Season 6 Episode 111 - Zod

Henry James "Jimmy" Olsen was a young photographer who lived in Metropolis and worked at the Daily Planet until shortly before his death.

In the comics Jimmy is usually portrayed as being five-to-ten years younger than both Lois and Clark, being in his mid twenties while they are in their thirties. However, when the Smallville Jimmy was killed by Doomsday, it was revealed at his funeral that his name was "Henry James Olsen" implying that he was not the same Jimmy as from the comics, but rather his younger brother would turn out to be the Jimmy of the mythology.

James Bartholomew Olsen : Ryan Harder
1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 174 – Doomsday

Bizarro : Tom Welling

1st Smallville appearance: Season 6 Episode 111 - Zod

Bizarro Clark, or simply Bizarro, was the last and possibly most dangerous Zoner. He was accidentally created in a laboratory on the planet Krypton, and was sent into the Phantom Zone by Jor-El and Martian Manhunter.

Bizarro, based on the different eras of the comics, has seen an abundance of different origin stories and histories.

Titan : Kane (Glenn Jacobs)

1st Smallville appearance: Season 6 Episode 111 - Zod

Titan was a powerful humanoid alien who was inadvertently freed from the Phantom Zone by Clark Kent. Unlike most other Zoners, he still possessed his body.

In the comic books, Titan was a giant green member of Darkseid's Elite from from the planet Apokolips,

Oliver Queen/ Green Arrow : Justin Hartley

1st Smallville appearance: Season 6 Episode 111 - Sneeze

Oliver Jonas Queen is the billionaire CEO of Queen Industries who sometimes masquerades as the emerald archer vigilante known as Green Arrow. As Green Arrow, Oliver dresses in green and black and commands a variety of arrows and gadgets for many forms of defense.

In current DC continuity, unlike his depiction in Smallville, Oliver had to be convinced to join the established Justice League of America. He originally felt that mass teams of heroes were "soulless" and that they "sacrificed the little guy." Unbeknownst to the team, however, Oliver bankrolled the newly established Justice League in the years preceding Batman's funding.

J’onn J’onzz/Martian Manhunter : Phil Morris

1st Smallville appearance: Season 6 Episode 118 - Static

John Jones is a super-powered alien from the planet Mars, who works as a homicide detective for the Metropolis Police Department. Before that, he worked as an intergalactic bounty hunter known as Martian Manhunter. He was the last surviving member of an alien civilization that once existed on Mars; he once worked for Jor-El, trapping and imprisoning criminals from the 28 known galaxies.

So far on the show, the Martian Manhunter has shown capabilities similar to most of his comic powers. His origin, however, has yet to be explored in detail. In the comics, the Martian Manhunter is the last surviving citizen of the planet Mars (which creates a special kinship with Superman) due to a war that broke out between two Martian races that laid waste to most of his world, killing the entire civilization. He also shares the obsession for Oreo cookies.

Kara Kent/Supergirl : Laura Vandervoort

1st Smallville appearance: Season 7 Episode 133 - Bizarro

Kara Kent is Clark Kent's Kryptonian cousin, the daughter of Zor-El and a member of the House of El.

Smallville's interpretation of Kara features aspects of all the Supergirl incarnations, from yesteryear to present. Her origin in the series, however, is influenced by the most recent revision to it outlined above.

Lara-El : Helen Slater

1st Smallville appearance: Season 7 Episode 138 - Lara

Lara-El was the Kryptonian biological mother of Kal-El and the wife of Jor-El. She perished along with her husband when her home planet Krypton exploded due to the fanatical actions of her brother-in-law Zor-El who used Brainiac to ignite the planet's core.

In the comics, there has been many different version of Lara. The original version had her behave as a simple wife and mother, but in later stories it was implied that she was infact a highly trained pilot and a member of the Kryptonian space program.

Zor-El : Christopher Heyerdahl

1st Smallville appearance: Season 7 Episode 138 - Lara

Zor-El as a Kryptonian scientist who was directly responsible for the destruction of his own home planet Krypton. He was a member of the House of El: The father of Kara, the younger brother of Jor-El, and the uncle of Kal-El.

 Zor-El has been shown in the current comic’s continuity as a member of the Artist Guild, whose wife, a scientist named Alura, designed the ship that carried Kara to Earth during Krypton's destruction. Kara was sent to protect Kal-El and to be the only person who remembered life on Krypton. In the comics, Zor-El is very different from his Smallville incarnation; he was even seen getting along well with Jor-El.

Dinah Lance/Black Canary : Alaina Huffman

1st Smallville appearance: Season 7 Episode 143 - Siren

Dinah Lance is the alter-ego of the superheroine Black Canary. Dinah was a conservative talk show host who worked at the Daily Planet, before joining Oliver Queen's hero team.

In modern comics, the Black Canary is a mantle possessed by two characters, the senior Dinah Drake Lance (a member of the Justice Society of America) and later, her daughter Dinah Laurel Lance who would become a member of the Justice League of America. In the Black Canary's first appearance, she appeared to be a villainess but it was later revealed she was infiltrating a criminal gang from the inside. Both characters are naturally dark-haired but either wears a wig and dyes their hair to enhance their disguise.

Robert Queen : Jonathan Scarfe

1st Smallville appearance: Season 7 Episode 147 - Veritas

Robert Queen was a member of Veritas, a group of powerful people who came together to discuss the Traveler. He was also the founder and CEO of Queen Industries, and the father of Oliver Queen and the husband of Laura Queen.

Robert Queen is a millionaire industrialist. Unlike the TV series, Robert has nothing to do in Superman's origin. In fact, his wife's name is instead of Laura, it's Moira. His middle name is Henry. Instead of him and his wife being dead in a plane crash, they in fact died during a safari together in Africa.

Tess Mercer/Lena Luthor : Cassidy Freeman

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 153 – Odyssey

Tess Mercer (born as Lutessa Lena Luthor) is the former protégé and half-sister of billionaire Lex Luthor.

In the comics, Lex only has one known sibling, his sister Lena Luthor. Tess Mercer might be based on Lena Luthor, with her birth middle name being Lena. In Silver Age continuity, Lena is Lex Luthor's younger sister. After Lex began his villainous career, his family changed their last name in shame to the anagram 'Thorul'.

Bette Sans Souci/Plastique : Jessica Parker Kennedy

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 154 – Plastique

Bette Sans Souci is a psychotic teenager with the ability to project high frequency energy blasts in the form of explosives. She was also a member of the Injustice League under the codename: Plastique.

In the comics, Bette Sans Souci was introduced as an even-then anachronistically-depicted Quebec patriot turned terrorist to force Quebec's separation from the rest of Canada. 

Maxima : Charlotte Sullivan

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 156 - Instinct

Maxima are an alien queen from the planet Almerac. She came to Earth searching for her "soul mate."

In the comics she did not have the endorphin kiss as a power but she did have telekinesis.

Faora : Sharon Taylor

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 160 - Bloodline

Faora is a Kryptonian soldier, the second wife of General Zod and "mother" of Doomsday.

Faora (full name Faora Hu-Ul) was introduced in Action Comics #471. She was a beautiful Kryptonian woman whose unexplained hatred for men led her to torture and kills 23 men at a secret concentration camp in her home. For this, she was imprisoned in the Phantom Zone to complete a sentence of 300 Kryptonian years, the second longest term after Jax-Ur.

Doomsday : Dario Delacio
(The character of Davis Bloome is exclusive to the continuity of the Smallville television series where he is played by actor Sam Witwer.)

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 162 - Bride

Davis Bloome was the Earth camouflage for the Kryptonian creature Doomsday, the result of a fusion of genetic material taken from the most violent Kryptonian life-forms and the Kryptonians General Zod and Faora.

In the comics, Doomsday was born on one of the most hostile worlds in the galaxy, prehistoric Krypton. An infant was released into this environment and killed, the surviving and strongest genetic matter was cloned and re-released so the process could be repeated until the resulting being was powerful enough to survive. He became so powerful, he killed most of the planet's population before clinging to a cargo ship fleeing the planet and went into space with nothing but a strong primal hatred of all life.

Rokk Krinn/Cosmic Boy : Ryan Kennedy

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 163 - Legion

Rokk Krinn, also known by his code name Cosmic Boy, is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 31st century.

In the comics, Rokk Krinn is a founding member of the Legion of Super-Heroes under the code-name Cosmic Boy, along with Lightning Lad and Saturn Girl He has the superhuman ability to generate magnetic fields

Imra Ardeen/Saturn Girl : Alexz Johnson

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 163 - Legion

Imra Ardeen, also known by her codename Saturn Girl, is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 31st Century.

In the comics, Imra marries her fellow Legionnaire Garth Ranzz aka Lightning Lad.

Garth Ranzz/Lightning Lad : Calum Worthy

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 163 - Legion

Garth Ranzz, also known by his code name Lightning Lad, is a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 31st Century originating from the planet Winath.

Lightning Lad is considered the Legion's ID. He has a relationship with Saturn Girl and is the best friend of Cosmic Boy. 

Persuader : Fraser Aitcheson

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 163 - Legion

The Persuader is a physically large human looking man who wears a metal helmet and armor around his torso to protect himself when in battle. He also carries with him a large metal axe, which he uses to attack people.

In the comics, The Persuader was one of five outlaws recruited by the Legion of Super-Heroes to help them combat the Sun-Eater in exchange for amnesty for their crimes. The villains later turned on the Legion and formed the Fatal Five, becoming one of the Legion's most notable threats.

Emil Hamilton : Alessandro Juliani

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 164 - Bulletproof

Dr. Emil Hamilton is a doctor who works with Queen Industries and the Justice League. He works at Metropolis General Hospital, as well as advising Chloe Sullivan at the Watchtower.

In the comics, He first appeared in Adventures of Superman #424, as an apparent villain, using his gadgets to attack Superman in an attempt to gain funding by proving that they worked.

Dan Turpin : David Paetkau

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 164 - Bulletproof

Daniel "Danny" Turpin is a Metropolis police officer.

Dan Turpin (by his full name) first appeared in New Gods #5 (Novemeber 1971), created by legendary comics writer Jack Kirby.

Winslow Schott/Toyman : Chris Gauthier

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 166 - Requiem

Winslow Schott, known to the media as Toyman, is a toymaker, terrorist, and former Queen Industries employee. He was hired by Lex Luthor to create kryptonite bombs around Metropolis to get revenge for his desire.

In the comics, the Toyman first appeared in 1943 and appeared in several Golden Age Superman stories. Schott appeared less frequently in comics published after the early 1950s, but remained a semi-regular foe during the 60s, 70s, and 80s.

Zatanna Zatara : Serinda Swan

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 169 - Hex

Zatanna Zatara is the daughter of the world's greatest magician, John Zatara. She was searching for her father's spell book for years after it was bought by Lex Luthor. After recovering the book, she is now researching spells to become a better magician.

In the comics, Zatanna is a powerful, sexy sorceress whose abilities are apparently genetic. Zatanna is the daughter of magician Giovanni "John" Zatara and Sindella, a member of the mystical Homo magi race.

John Zatara : (The actor of John Zatara was only shown on a promotion picture and not in the episode, save for a vague shadow during Zatanna's resurrection spell.)

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 169 - Hex

Giovanni "John" Zatara was considered the world's greatest magician, and the father of Zatanna. His spellbook was known as the Book of Zatara.

In the comics, John Zatara and his daughter Zatanna and nephew Zachary Zatara, are the descendants of the Homo Magi, as well as being an illusionist, escape artist, and had genuine magical powers, which they focused through speaking backwards: they could do anything so long as they could describe it in sdrawkcab hceeps ("backwards speech", spelled backwards).

Bruno Mannheim : Dominic Zamprogna

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 171 - Stiletto

Bruno "Ugly" Mannheim is a mobster and owner of the Ace of Clubs after killing its previous owner, Ron Milano.

In the comics, Bruno "Ugly" Mannheim was the leader of the criminal organization known as Intergang. This position left him with vast resources, which he would use to control the underworld. He was also amoral and had no convictions using innocent people for his own means.

Rudy Jones/Parasite : Brendan Fletcher

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 173 - Injustice

Rudy Jones is a member of Tess Mercer's Meteor Team under the codename: Parasite, and has the ability to steal other people's powers at will.

Parasite is regarded as one of Superman's ten most dangerous villains, next to Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Metallo, Doomsday, Bizarro, Toyman and the Phantom Zone criminals.

Leslie Willis/Livewire : Anna Mae Routledge

1st Smallville appearance: Season 8 Episode 173 - Injustice

Leslie Willis was a former resident of Black Creek. Leslie was recruited to join Tess Mercer's team of metahumans to find Doomsday and try to destroy him under the codename: Livewire.

Livewire made her comics debut in 2006. She appears in Justice League in the episode Hereafter with Metallo, Kalibak, Toyman and Weather Wizard. She later joined Grodd's Legion of Doom.

Zod : Callum Blue

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 175 - Savior

Smallville’s Zod is a younger clone of General Zod made twenty years before Krypton's destruction. During Zod's youth, blood samples were taken from him and his soldiers as part of an experiment to preserve the Kryptonian race in the event of Krypton's destruction. The blood samples were stored in the Orb; in 2009,Tess Mercer opened the Orb, which created the clones of Zod and his soldiers on Earth.

 Back in the Silver Age of Comics, General Dru-Zod was first sent to the Phantom Zone because he had cloned himself and declared war on Krypton. Superman, then called Superboy, sent him back to the Zone to spend more time there.

Basqat : Adrian Holmes

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 175 - Savior

Basqat is one of the many clones created by the Orb, and a member of Zod's army.

In the comics, Basqat was a major villain during the Superman: Godfall story arc in the Superman titles.

John Corben/Metallo : Brian Austin Green

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 175 - Savior

John Corben is a journalist who worked for the Daily Planet. He came to replace a missing-in-action Clark Kent, and held a personal grudge against the Red-Blue Blur, who he blames for his sister's death.

Other versions of Metallo (namely the modern age version) have him become super-powered by a kryptonite heart.

Victoria Sinclair/Roulette : Steph Song

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 179 – Roulette

Victoria Sinclair, aka Roulette, worked with Chloe Sullivan to set up an elaborate ruse for Oliver Queen.

Roulette is a female DC Comics character that runs a metahuman fighting place called The House.

Mia Dearden/Speedy : Elise Gatien

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 180 - Crossfire

Mia Dearden is a martial artist being mentored by Oliver Queen.

In the comics, Mia Dearden is a teenage runaway who was abused by her father. Unable to survive on her own, she fell in love with a man who offered her food and shelter in exchange for sex and prostitution. Mia was soon rescued from this lifestyle by Green Arrow/Oliver Queen.

Jor-El : Julian Sands

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 181 - Kandor

Jor-El was the Kryptonian biological father of Kal-El who, on his home planet of Krypton, was a highly-renowned scientist and an influential member of the Science Council.

Due to continuity changes and revamps at least every ten years in the history of DC Comics, there have been many versions of Superman's origin, Krypton and Jor-El himself. The last retcon occurred in 2006 due to Infinite Crisis; since then, a new version of Krypton designed by writer Geoff Johns and Superman director Richard Donner presented yet another version of Jor-El and re-introduced General Zod and the Phantom Zone criminals into mainstream continuity.

Wonder Twins
Zan : David Gallagher

Jayna : Allison Scagliotti

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 182 - Idol

Zan and Jayna are super-powered admirers of the Blur who came to Metropolis to aid his fight against crime.

The Wonder Twins, Zan and Jayna, are fictional extraterrestrial comic book superheroes published by DC Comics. Their first comic book appearance was in Super Friends #7 (October 1977), by E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon. A modernized version of the twins debuted in Extreme Justice #9 (October 1995), by Ivan Velez and Al Rio.

Carter Hall/Hawkman : Michael Shanks

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Carter Hall is the leader of the Justice Society of America and the superhero known as Hawkman. He recently came out of retirement to take down a vengeful Icicle with help from the Justice League. He also stated that he and Stargirl were going to re-form the Justice Society of America.

There are two commonly recognized interpretations of Hawkman.
He was created initially as Carter Hall by Gardner Fox, appearing in Flash Comics #1 (January 1940). This is generally known as the Golden Age version.
In 1961, Fox and Joe Kubert re-created Hawkman as Katar Hol. This version of Hawkman first appeared in The Brave and the Bold vol.1 # 34 (February-March 1961) and is commonly known as the Silver Age version.

Kent Nelson/Dr. Fate : Brent Stait

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Kent Nelson was a retired member of the Justice Society of America who could bond with the Helmet of Nabu to become Doctor Fate. He recently came out of retirement and bonded with the helmet once more to help take down Icicle. Doctor Fate saw the fate of John Jones and allowed himself to be killed by Icicle to restore John's powers.

In the comics, Doctor Fate is a servant of the Lords of Order and a supreme sorceror. 

Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl : Britt Irvin

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Courtney Whitmore is a teenage super-hero known as Stargirl. She is also a member of the Justice Society of America.

Stargirl was created by Geoff Johns and first appeared in Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. # 0 (July 1999) Courtney Whitmore, step-daughter of Pat Dugan (former sidekick of the original Star Spangled Kid), finds the original Star-Spangled Kid's gear in her step-father's belongings.

Sylvester Pemberton/Star-Spangled Kid : Jim Shield

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Sylvester Pemberton was a retired hero known as the Star-Spangled Kid and a member of the disbanded 1970's group 'The Justice Society of America'.

In the comics, the original Star-Spangled Kid was Sylvester Pemberton. He became the Star-Spangled Kid in order to battle Nazi spies and fifth columnists during World War II. He was unique in that he was a kid superhero who operated with an adult sidekick, Stripesy a.k.a. Pat Dugan. Both he and Dugan were superb acrobats along with having sufficient training in hand-to-hand combat. They built the Star Rocket Racer, a bubble-topped limousine with the functions of a rocket and helicopter.

Wesley Dodds/Sandman : Ken Lawson

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Wesley Dodds was a retired super hero known as Sandman and a member of the Justice Society of America. He was murdered in 2010 by a metahuman assassin known as Icicle.

In many of his Golden Age appearances, the Sandman's true name was given as Wes Dodd. In later stories, his surname was firmly established as Dodds. He wore a gasmask, trench coat and fedora. He used a gas-gun to fight crime. Wesley was a character to break much ground in his first appearance a superhero who could easily fit into pulp magazine detective stories, and unlike many heroes of his time Wesley would receive injures and gunshot wounds in battle.

Alan Scott/Green Lantern : Doug Pinton

1st Smallville appearance:  Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Alan Scott is a formerly retired super-hero, who was active in the 1970's, under the alias "Green Lantern" and was a founding member of the world's first team of super-heroes.

In the comics, Alan was a founding member of the Justice Society and was instrumental in many wartime battles.

Jay Garrick/Flash : Billy Mitchell

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Jason Peter "Jay" Garrick is a member of the Justice Society of America known as The Flash.

In the comics Jay Garrick was the first Flash. He was given the power of amazing speed, by accidental exposure to a substance known as "heavy water" (in the earliest comics it was labeled "hard water"). He was a founding member of the Justice Society of America (JSA) along with Green Lantern, the Atom, Sandman, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Hourman and the Spectre. He is part of a group that gets their powers from the entity known as the Speed Force, which was created by Barry Allen (the second Flash).

Ted Grant/Wildcat : Roger Haskett

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Theodore "Ted" Grant is a retired superhero known as 'Wildcat and part of the Justice Society of America.

In the comics Ted Grant was known as Wildcat. Ted was a super hero and a heavy weight boxing champion. He was a founding member of the Justice Society of America and has trained many heroes including Batman, Catwoman and the second Black Canary.

Al Pratt/The Atom : Glenn Hoffmann

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Albert "Al" Pratt is a retired super-hero known as The Atom and a member of the super hero team, the Justice Society of America.

In the comics, Instead of going into a career in boxing, Al Pratt decided to become a super-hero and took the name Atom. He became one of the founding members of the Justice Society of America and later joined the All-Star Squadron. 

Abigail Hunkel/Red Tornado : Deborah Cole

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Abigail Hunkel is a retired super-hero known as Red Tornado

In her prime, Ma Hunkel was a surprisingly strong woman. Many who encountered her often believed that the Red Tornado, was in fact a man, a notion that helped protect Ma's secret identity on more than one occasion. In the ensuing years, Ma Hunkel's strength level has diminished with age.

Inza Nelson : Erica Carroll

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Not much is known about Inza Nelson's early life, save for the fact that she was once married to Kent Nelson, and bore witness to him being forcefully institutionalized.

In the comics, Inza Nelson was the wife of Kent Nelson and one of several to bear the name of Doctor Fate.

Terry Sloane/Mister Terrific

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Terry Sloane is a retired superhero known as "Mister Terrific" and part of the Justice Society of America.  Terry's rap sheet was briefly seen when Clark and Chloe were investigating the Justice Society of America.

Terry Sloane is the Golden Age Mr.Terrific.This Mr. Terrific is known for believing in fair play, which is why it is on his costume. He also founded the Fair Play Club.

Cameron Mahkent/Icicle : Wesley Macinnes

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Cameron Mahkent is a metahuman assassin known as Icicle II, and was responsible for the death of several former members of the Justice Society of America.

In the comics, Unlike his father, Cameron Mahkent has no need for a 'cold gun,' as his father's prolonged exposure to the weapon altered his genetics, allowing him to biologically pass down to his son the ability to freeze objects and people or to lower the temperature of a room or other area. This ability unintentionally gave his skin an albino pigment.

Joar Mahkent/Icicle : Gardiner Millar

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 185 – Absolute Justice, Part 1

Joar Mahkent was a supervillain known as Icicle, a former adversary to the Justice Society of America. He was responsible for the death of Hawkgirl and ultimately led to the downfall of the JSA. He was put into a catatonic state by Hawkman who sought revenge.

Dr. Joar Mahkent arrived in America with his latest scientific discovery, spectators at dockside were astonished to witness the luxury liner upon which Mahkent was traveling suddenly frozen solid in Gotham Harbor.

Amanda Waller : Pam Grier

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 186 – Absolute Justice, Part 2

Agent Amanda Waller is the ruthless head of Checkmate.

In the comics Amanda Waller is a major character in the DC Comics universe. She leads the government agency Checkmate in its White Branch (Intelligence) as the White Queen.

Siobhan McDougal/Silver Banshee : Odessa Rae

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 190 – Escape

Siobhán McDougal, a.k.a. the "Silver Banshee", is a vengeful spirit of a fallen Gaelic heroine that was accidentally released from the underworld.

Siobhán McDougal was the first-born child of Garrett McDougal, the matriarch of an old Gaelic clan that has occupied an island midway between Scotland and Ireland for a thousand generations. On that island is Castle Broen, where first-born McDougals undergo a ritual to prove themselves worthy to lead the clan. When Siobhán was young, she traveled the world, only returning to Castle Broen when she heard of her father's death. Her uncle Seamus determined that no woman would lead the clan and intended her brother Bevan to become the new patriarch. She went ahead with the family ritual by herself, which involved calling on supernatural forces for power. She was interrupted by Bevan, and the distraction proved disastrous as she was dragged away into an infernal netherworld. An entity called "the Crone" granted her powers and the ability to return to Earth as the Silver Banshee.

Maxwell Lord : Gil Bellows

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 193 - Charade

Maxwell Lord is a wealthy tech entrepreneur and the Black King of Checkmate. The Red Queen also forced him to work for her.

In the comics, Maxwell Lord is a shrewd and powerful businessman who was very influential in the formation of the Justice League International.

Franklin Stern : Blu Mankuma

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 193 - Charade

Franklin is a temporary worker and he is heading a global search for the new Editor in Chief of the Daily Planet. After an event he fired both Lois Lane and Clark Kent because as he said he doesn't like when his reporters are becoming the story. However, after Perry White convinced him to re-hire them, he did.

In the comics, Franklin Stern is the owner and publisher of the Daily Planet newspaper, taking over from the TransNational Enterprises consortium which itself succeeded the villainous Lex Luthor.

Granny Goodness : Christine Willes

1st Smallville appearance: Season 9 Episode 196 - Salvation

Granny Goodness is a minion of Darkseid. She has been on Earth for many years creating an army for Darkseid's conquest of Earth.

Granny Goodness did not begin as one of the higher-level residents of Apokolips, but was instead one of the "Lowlies" - the brutally-oppressed peasant class. She was removed from her parents and trained to be one of Darkseid's "Hounds" (his elite soldiers).


1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 197 - Lazarus

Darkseid is a dark force that both Jor-El and Jonathan Kent have warned Clark was coming to Earth to corrupt it. The dark force is presumably at large trying to secure a new vessel to possess.

In the comics, Darkseid is an evil New God who rules the planet Apokolips. He is at war with Apokolips' rival planet New Genesis and the superheroes of Earth, most notably Superman. 

Rick Flag : Ted Whittall

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 197 - Lazarus

Rick Flag is the leader of the Suicide Squad that abducted Oliver and Chloe.’

In the comics, after the death of the original Rick Flag, the Suicide Squad was introduced to Richard Rogers Flag, who claimed to be his son. Young Rick headed a new, public team, which included his girlfriend, Karin Grace, Dr. Hugh Evans, and Jess Bright. In one tragic mission in Cambodia they were pursued by a Yeti. Evans and Bright and the Yeti fell into a crevasse, presumably to their deaths. Bright survived, angered at being left behind.

Deadshot : Bradley Stryker

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 198 - Shield

Deadshot is an assassin for hire. He is also a member of the Suicide Squad.

Deadshot (Floyd Lawton) is a fictional character, a supervillain in the DC Universe and an enemy of Batman. He first appears in Batman #59 (June/July 1950) and was created by Bob Kane, David Vern Reed and Lew Schwartz.

Shayera Hall/Hawkgirl : Sahar Biniaz

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 198 - Shield

Shayera Hall is Carter Hall's deceased wife. She was also known as Hawkgirl while being a member of the Justice Society of America.

In the comics, Shayera Hol was Hawkwoman, a law enforcement officer from the planet Thanagar and wife of Katar Hol, a.k.a Hawkman. She was a member of the Justice League.

Cat Grant : Keri Lynn Pratt

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 198 - Shield

Cat Grant is a new reporter for the Daily Planet that temporarily replaced Lois when she left for Egypt.

In the comics, Cat Grant met and became friends with Clark Kent when she moved to Metropolis to be a gossip columnist at the Daily Planet.

Gordon Godfrey : Michael Daingerfield

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 199 - Supergirl

Gordon Godfrey is a radio show host that has a vendetta against the costumed vigilantes of Metropolis.

In the comics, Godfrey has a sister named Amazing Grace who is also a member of Darkseid's Elite. Both siblings have similar powers. Whereas Amazing Grace's specialty is manipulation, Godfrey's is persuasion.

Brainiac 5 : James Marsters

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 200 - Homecoming

Brainiac 5 is a re-programmed version of the original Brain InterActive Construct, and member of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Brainiac 5 ("Brainy" for short) is a direct descendant of Superman's long-time enemy Brainiac, and a long-standing member of the Legion of Super-Heroes, using his 12th-level intelligence to often save the day. Unlike in Smallville, Brainiac has green skin and is not a robotic construct, but instead an alien from the planet Colu. He is an expert on the science of time travel and often considered the one responsible for a majority of the Legionnaire's weapons and technology. He is often placed the Legion's second-in-command and strategic planner.

Adrianna : Erica Cerra

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 201 - Isis

Adrianna is the curator of the Metropolis Museum. She had extensive knowledge of the goddess Isis.

An Egyptian woman named Adrianna Tomaz is a refugee who is enslaved and brought to Black Adam as a gift from Intergang. Upon freeing her, Black Adam found her to be unafraid and highly vocal about how he could change his country for the better.

Isis : Erica Durance 

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 201 - Isis

The goddess Isis was trapped in an amulet for centuries, until she possessed Lois Lane.

In the comics, Isis was the Goddess of fertility in ancient Egypt. She has bestowed power to several individuals throughout the Multiverse.

Emil LaSalle/Warp : Elias Toufexis

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 203 - Ambush

A current team member of Suicide Squad, LaSalle was partnered with Rick Flag in their mobile base in Smallville, targeting General Lane to prevent the passing of the Vigilante Registration Act. When the base was attacked by Green Arrow and the Blur, the two Suicide Squad members evaded interrogation through LaSalle's teleportation. LaSalle appeared later bombing an Anti-Vigilante support building when the bill had passed.

Warp is a French supervillain most commonly associated with the team, the Brotherhood of Evil. Little is known about how he gained his teleportation powers.

Ella Lane : Teri Hatcher

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 204 - Abandoned

Ella Lane was the wife of General Sam Lane and the mother of Lois Lane and Lucy Lane. She died in 1995.

Elinore is the mother of Lois and Lucy Lane, wife to General Sam Lane and the mother in law to both Clark Kent and at one point, Ron Troupe. Unlike in the Smallville universe, Ella has been a constant factor in Lois and Lucy's life, and has always done her best to be a supportive mother to her children. While she was deeply in love with her husband Sam, they varied greatly in personal opinions, primarily in regards to Lois' choice of boyfriend and later husband, Clark. Ella also seemed to appreciate the existence of Superman, while Sam thought the Alien to be a constant danger to humanity.

Harriet : Lindsay Hartley

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 204 - Abandoned

Harriet is a female fighter trained by Granny Goodness.  Harriet is presumably human. She has long brown hair and a tanned body. She has a claw located at her right arm that is powered by kryptonite.

In the comics, she is a cackling madwoman, Mad Harriet is one of Darkseid's Female Furies. She wields a pair of energy claws. Like many of the Female Furies, Mad Harriet was raised in Granny Goodness' orphanage

Desaad : Steve Byers

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 204 - Abandoned

Desaad is a minion of Darkseid. He owns a series of nightclubs and throws fetish parties, such as the Club Desaad party hosted at Maxwell's.

Originally born on New Genesis, the unnamed youth was corrupted by Darkseid. Darkseid made him believe that his pet cat had killed his pet bird. He punished the cat by burying it alive. When the bird came back, he killed the bird in a fit of rage. Then he followed Darkseid to Apokolips.

Mera : Elena Satine

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 205 - Patriot

In the comics, the origins of Mera are not clear, but what is known is that she came to earth from a watery dimension early on in Aquaman's career after fleeing from the villain known as Leron, who seized control of her kingdom. Mera soon befriended Aquaman in her first adventures after he assisted her in defeating Leron. The two eventually fell in love and were married, making Mera the Queen of Atlantis after abdicating the throne of her home kingdom.

Slade Wilson : Michael Hogan

1st Smallville appearance: Season 10 Episode 205 - Patriot

In the comics, When Slade Wilson was a young man he wanted to join the army but was too young, he then lied about his age so he could enlist. After enlisting in the army he proved that he could perform on a level far superior to any other young soldier.

If I missed any characters, please write it down in the comment section.

1 comment:

  1. You have forget atleast two caracters Booster Gold and Blue Beetle


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