Smallville: Season 11 Coming to Bookstores?

Smallville season 11Are you one of those people who was disappointed to see Smallville end last May? We certainly heard from a lot of readers that wanted to see the show continue, to see how the lives of Clark, Lois, Chloe, Lex, and Oliver developed. Well, if you felt that way, you might just get your wish — sort of.

According to reports, Bryan Q. Miller is writing a novel that will pick up where the series finale of Smallville left off. The book will supposedly be published sometime next year and could potentially be the start of an in-print version of season 11 — either in novel form or ala the popular Buffy season eight comics. An official announcement should be forthcoming.

If anyone is suitable to write a Smallville, it seems like Miller is a good choice. He certainly has enough history with the TV series. Miller started on Smallville as an unpaid intern during season five. He was hired as a writers’ assistant for season seven, was promoted to staff writer for season eight and went on to become the show’s executive story editor.

Miller has also written for DC Comics, including a three-book arc on Teen Titans and the recently re-launched Batgirl comic series.

What do you think? Would you want to read a novel that would continue the Smallville story? Would you prefer a comic series, books or both? Would you be interested in an audio book version? Who should read it?

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