Warner Home Video will release the massive 62-disc boxed set Smallville: The Complete Series on DVD November 29, which features five hours of brand new bonus feature content and over 28 hours of special features in total. A featurette from this set has been released, which delves inside the Smallville series finale episode featuring the return of Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor, and how the producers needed to rework the episode to bring this villainous character back. Click on the photo below to watch this new DVD featurette.
The ultimate collector set for the ultimate fan features over 192 hours of content that includes:
- Over 5 hours of newly added special features including a never-before seen Superboy pilot from 1961, a 90 minute series retrospective with all new interviews, 2010 final Comic Con panel, Aquaman Pilot, and Paley Festival featurette!
- Over 28 hours of total bonus content
- Exclusive Daily Planet newspaper written by DC Comics that highlights the important storylines developed during the 10-year run of the show
- Two lay-flat picture books that hold 62 discs
- Episode guide with never-before-seen production art (storyboards/sketches) and behind-the-scenes photos
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