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Smallville (2001–2011)
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Clark meets the sorceress Zatanna (from episode 'Hex') at a comic book convention, where she tells him that her father charmed a copy of the comic book "Warrior Angel" and it holds magical ... See full summary »

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Allison Mack

Writers:

Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman), Joe Shuster (character created by: Superman) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Welling ... Clark Kent
Allison Mack ... Chloe Sullivan
Erica Durance ... Lois Lane
Cassidy Freeman ... Tess Mercer (credit only)
Callum Blue ... Zod (credit only)
Justin Hartley ... Oliver Queen
Serinda Swan ... Zatanna Zatara
Carlo Marks ... Stephen Swift / Warrior Angel / Devilicus
Owen Best Owen Best ... Alec Abrams
C. Ernst Harth ... Harry
Joe Maffei Joe Maffei ... Newspaper Stand Worker
Hayden Davies ... Goon #2
Jack Weatherbe Jack Weatherbe ... Goon #3
Evan C. Schulte Evan C. Schulte ... Jeff Hage
Laura Wilson ... Alec's Aunt
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Clark meets the sorceress Zatanna (from episode 'Hex') at a comic book convention, where she tells him that her father charmed a copy of the comic book "Warrior Angel" and it holds magical powers. A young boy, named Alec, steals the comic book and develops super powers, transforming himself into Warrior Angel and saving Chloe from a horrible accident who doesn't know about Alec's true origins. Meanwhile, Lois becomes jealous of Clark's relationship with Zatanna. Written by matt-282

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Serinda Swan is one of the only actors to play a role in both comic universes. She played Zatanna Zatara in DCs Smallville and Medusa in Marvels The Inhumans. See more »

Quotes

Stephen Swift: Can you at least tell me which heroes you know? No, wait! Don't! That would compromise their identities. I can't believe I asked that.
Chloe Sullivan: Let's just focus on what makes Stephen Swift so super. So, were you exposed to meteor rock? Or maybe you were actually born this way. That would make you meta-human. Or maybe you're from space. That last one was a joke. Kind of. Oh, God. You're not actually from space are you?
Stephen Swift: No. Just - sorry. I'm an orphan, and I got sent to Metropolis to live with my aunt ...
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Crazy Credits

When you see Stephen Swift, now made evil, hearing Zatanna saying the incantation, you can hear her say what sounds to be " Ra's Al Ghul". Ra's Al Ghul is a villain in the DC universe, and also leads the League of Assassins. See more »

Connections

References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Performed by Car Stereo Wars
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Warrior
2 May 2011 | by ColcatronSee all my reviews

Zattana returns to Smallville after an entertaining first appearance in "Hex". This time the plot revolves around a young boy who ages and gains powers after coming into possession of......... get ready for it....... a magic comic book. The concept is just as corny as it sounds, and for the most part this episode would be more appropriately placed in the 80s Superboy series than here in Smallville, but it's not entirely out of place thanks to the comedic tone in the writing. Nobody should be expecting even the slightest degree of seriousness or drama in "Warrior", but then again, I doubt anyone involved in the show were attempting that. No storyline progresses here. You could skip this episode completely and not miss a single thing in regards to the overall season. There's nothing wrong with a fun filler episode every now and then. This isn't perfectly executed, but as I already said, the tone of the episode is funny enough that it doesn't come across as too goofy. Thanks to the setting at a comic book convention, there are a few amusing nods to the sci-fi/ superhero culture. The story does get a little too serious for its own good closer to the end, but for the most part "Warrior" is acceptably cheesy fun.


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