Smallville, Archenemies, Heroes, Transformers: September 22nd Comic Reel Wrap


Premiere fever -- you can feel the excitement as the new season looms. Or something. Anyhow, Kryptonsite has an image gallery of shots from the upcoming episode "Sneeze," and another gallery of promotional images featuring the show's star Tom Welling. Across the aisle at Devoted to Smallville, they've got four more promotional images with the cast.

TV Guide chimes in with interviews of Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum and Kristin Kreuk. The Gazette has an interview with producer Al Gough, discussing the new cast member's role and twists the season will deliver.


According to IESB, "Sam Raimi has just penned a deal with Dark Horse Entertainment and Josh Donen to produce ArchEnemies, a Dark Horse Comics release based on two roommates who as their costumed alter egos are mortal enemies."


We've got a one-on-one interview with the show's creator, Tim Kring, right here at CBR.


Click On Detroit has a story about how the production rehabilitated an abandoned train station for shooting next month, also hiring 75 extras from the area.


We know, you've got so many questions about the Hellcycle, but you were afraid to ask. Fear not, the official blog has been updated with a new video clip in multiple formats to help settle your inquiring mind.


Speaking of video clips, Ghost House Pictures has posted a sixth behind-the-scenes clip from the Steve Niles adaptation.


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