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Old February 18 2010, 05:02 AM   #16
Re: Allison Mack Interview --Chloe arcs!

Does DC have plans to make or have made Warrior Angel comics???

That would be interesting.
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Old February 18 2010, 07:39 AM   #17
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Re: Allison Mack Interview --Chloe arcs!

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Just finished reading this quite interesting interview that newsarama did with Allison Mack regarding upcoming story lines for Chloe. The most interesting part is when she touches upon her character's status (or non status if you will) at DC Comics.

Wasn't really sure where to post this...
Interesting that yet again an excellent female character makes her way into the comics after having been introduced on a television version of a superhero's story. Chloe Sullivan enters the ranks of Barbara Gordon and Harley Quinn. Does anyone know if this has ever happened with a male character? Just curious...
I think Jimmy Olsen might have started on the Superman radio show.

According to the Wiki, Barbara wasn't quite a TV character who tranistioned to comics:
This new character, jointly created by Editor Julius Schwartz, artist Carmine Infantino and author Gardner Fox, was a collaboration between DC Comics and the Batman television series of the late 1960s which aired on ABC. When television producer William Dozier sought to renew the Batman program for a third season, he asked Schwartz for a new female character to be introduced in the comic book medium, which could be adapted into the television series in order to attract a female audience.[1] The new version of Batgirl was written as an adult, having earned a doctorate in library science and maintaining a career as head of Gotham City Public Library.[7]
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Old February 20 2010, 04:17 AM   #18
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Re: Allison Mack Interview --Chloe arcs!

Just to add something about recasting...I think Cassidy Freeman would have made a great Lana Lang. I didn't know that about Barbara.
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Old February 20 2010, 05:19 AM   #19
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Cassidy Freeman is great and agree she would have made a great Lana.

Hope Allison Mack can get on board for a 10th season...if there is one.
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allison mack, chloe sullivan, smallville

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