LOL noo way!! I doint think that would ever happion I bet that game wouldint be rated M I think it will just be rated T for teen so they might not have that kidna stuff in it because I think it would just be a game mostly for thoughs teenage fans besides I bet alot more teens watch that show then older poele
DANG somone cheated me or somthings somone put i'd like to see ya play has lna runing around naked and I put I doin't think that woudl ever happioned nowi ts over in text version and it made it look like i posted it ;(
Ya I agree with Kal875 I really really hope they make that game after the show ends cus then the makers can grab all the evidence of the episodes and make it has smallville story based has possable whahahoo!!
I heard that its the continuation of 1 and 2 bec. Bryan Singer said that 3 and 4 was a bad storyline and a flop.. and they will not touch anything from the early stage which is in smallvile
just a little info
SUPERMAN'S MOVIE TEAM MOVES TO COMICS
Think of them as Superman: The Missing Years….without Superman.
Stretching his director’s chair to reach across two mediums, Bryan Singer, along with Superman Returns screenwriters Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris will take steps into comics in June with the release of four Superman Returns specials, filling in events not covered by the movie, and, perhaps more importantly, bridge the years-long gap between Superman II and Superman Returns.
Got that? Right – after Superman II, Superman left earth (and apparently retconned Superman III and IV clean out of existence), and in the forthcoming Superman Returns, he…returns, making the new movie a direct sequel to the 1980 film starring Christopher Reeve.
The move of bringing screenwriters in to handle the comic adventures of the same character isn’t altogether new for DC – in 1989, Batman co-writer Sam Hamm wrote the three part “Blind Justice” arc in Detective Comics #598-#600. (Blade screenwriter David Goyer wrote the comic adaptation of the 1998 New Line film version of the Marvel character as well).
That was Clark, the boy raised in Smallville, the man trying to carve a life for himself in Metropolis. A life which the most important element was a vivacious young woman named Lois Lane.
Last edited by hermione7 on Mar 31st, 2006 at 05:44 AM
They're NOT making a game for Smallville, it was a JOKE by the guy who made the article. And the only new Superman game we're getting is Superman Returns which looks like it's going to be a great game. You'd think people would take the time to actually READ through the thread.....