Bryan Q. Milller, story editor and writer on the CW series, says that ‘Smallville’ might have more stories in it yet. Miller has picked up the idea of continuing ‘Smallville’ in novel form. The proposed novel would, in essence, be a sort of season 11.  There’s no official announcement from either CW or DC Comics, so Miller’s idea could switch tracks and end up being totally different altogether.  I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Miller’s ‘Smallville’ season 11 ends up back in the format from which its lead character originated. The real question begging to be asked is: Will it still be ‘Smallville’ if the characters have left the namesake town? Wouldn’t it just be Superman? 


And, especially if it ends up in comics, what would differentiate ‘Smallville’ from the ‘Superman’ and ‘Action Comics’ titles already published by DC Comics? As a fan of ‘Smallville’, I’d like to see a continuation that follows the mythology of the show, which was different from that in the original Superman comics or that of the rebooted New 52 Superman titles. What do you think? Would you like to see what happened after the Clark Kent of ‘Smallville’ finally became Superman? If so, would you rather read it as a comic or a novel? 

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