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Mairzee Almas
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Tom Welling,Erica Durance,Cassidy Freeman
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Jerry Siegel,Joe Shuster
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Smallville Icarus (2001–2011) online

Smallville (2001–2011). Season 10 Episode 11. All. Icarus (10 Dec. 2010). TV Episode TV-14 42 min Adventure, Drama, Romance. While the VRA would play a role in some later episodes of the season, this is the episode where it really hits its climax

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Icarus (S10E11) Anti-superhero citizens attack the Green Arrow as he tries to stop a mugging, and Clark learns the attackers all have a darkness tattoo. Previous Episode (S10E10).

Director: Joe Shuster,Jerry Siegel. Genero: Action & Adventure,Sci-Fi & Fantasy,Misterio,Drama. Reparto: Tom Welling,Erica Durance,Allison Mack,Cassidy Freeman,Justin Hartley. Sinopsis: Serie que narra los inicios de Superman -Clark Kent- en su pueblo natal, Smallville. Allí vivía con sus padres, estudiaba en el instituto local y conoció a su primera novia, Lana Lang, y a su futuro rival, Lex Luthor.

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As the VRA threat intensifies, Clark takes initiative by closing down watchtower and declaring the League go officially underground, but will this be enough to stop Lt.Trotter and Slade Wilson aka Deathstroke from exposing them? Tensions rise in this mid-season finale.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Welling Tom Welling - Clark Kent
Erica Durance Erica Durance - Lois Lane
Cassidy Freeman Cassidy Freeman - Tess Mercer
Justin Hartley Justin Hartley - Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Keri Lynn Pratt Keri Lynn Pratt - Cat Grant
Alaina Huffman Alaina Huffman - Dinah Lance / Black Canary
Britt Irvin Britt Irvin - Courtney Whitmore / Stargirl
Michael Shanks Michael Shanks - Carter Hall / Hawkman
Michael Hogan Michael Hogan - Gen. Slade Wilson
Alessandro Juliani Alessandro Juliani - Dr. Emil Hamilton
Lori Triolo Lori Triolo - Lt. Trotter
Anne Marie DeLuise Anne Marie DeLuise - TV Reporter (as Anne Marie Deluise)
Lane Edwards Lane Edwards - Agent James Shepard
Ivan Wanis-Ruiz Ivan Wanis-Ruiz - Sergeant Garcia
John Callander John Callander - Attacking Citizen #1

The VRA's 'Most Wanted' list comprises: The Blur (represented only by his symbol), Green Arrow, Impulse, Supergirl, Stargirl, Black Canary (represented by an artist's impression, and the only one other than Zatanna shown in costume), Aquaman, Hawkman and Zatanna.

Michael Hogan, who plays General Slade has a patch over his right eye, much like his character Colonel Saul Tigh in Battlestar Galactica.

Cat Grant mentions when talking to Tess The Daily Star. The Daily Star was the original name of the newspaper Clark Kent worked for in early issues of Action Comics.

Hawkman falling from the Luthor building with his wings on fire mirrors the story of winged Icarus who fell from the heavens.

The uniforms worn by the VRA troops have a strong resemblance to the black uniforms of the Nazi SS officers during WWII. The VRA's actions closely mimic those of Nazi ideology.

Hawkman (Carter Hall) is blocking bullets from General Wilson, this is very accurate and one of only four who can do this Hawkgirl (Shiera Sanders Hall), Wonder Woman (Diana Prince), and Wondergirl (Donna Troy).

This is the first episode that all the Justice League members are seen together, this hasn't been seen since the issue of Superman: Funeral for a Friend that the JLA were all gathered together for the death of Superman to Doomsday.

This episode takes place in December 2010.

When General Wilson is talking to Clark he says he's "beyond deaths stroke now" which is an indirect reference to his name later in the comics, "Deathstroke, The Terminator".

Visible at Hawkman's funeral are: Star Spangled Girl, Lois Lane, Clark Kent (The Blur), Black Canary, and Green Arrow - as well as seen in cameo: Aquaman, Zatanna, Impulse, and Cyborg. Hawkgirl's helmet and mace are seen on her coffin.The song that plays is "City Lights" by Paul Taneja.

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I'm not a huge fan of the Vigilante Registration Act story, but the writers have managed to keep it interesting, even if it's not original. While the VRA would play a role in some later episodes of the season, this is the episode where it really hits its climax.

"Icarus" is what you might call the mid season finale of Smallville season 10. The final episode before mid season hiatus has always been one where Smallville would go a little bit bigger, but it was with "Bride" in season 8 that the producers started treating this pre-hiatus episode as a real finale sized epic. "Bride" went big and left with a huge cliffhanger, then in season 9 "Pandora" took it to the next level. While I don't necessarily think that this episode tells a better story than "Pandora", it is much larger in scale, thanks to the inclusion of a half dozen major guest stars, and a shocking cliffhanger. In all honesty, it's hard for a show like Smallville to really have a truly shocking twist, but I was completely surprised by the final 15 minutes of this episode.

General Slade is alive and well, and going all out in his mission to stop the Justice League characters. Most of "Icarus" unfortunately is spent following his underling, Lt. Trotter. Considering how strong Slade's past appearance was, I was looking forward to seeing more of him. In the end the stakes remain high even with him taking a backseat. The League disbands, leaving Clark, Green Arrow, Hawkman, Stargirl and Black Canary all on the run from the government. I liked the fugitive aspect to the story, even if it has been done dozens of times before in superhero stories.


The shocking twist comes courtesy of Hawkman, who sacrifices his own life during the climax. This was one of the most dramatic moments I've seen on Smallville since Jonathan Kent's death 5 years earlier. I didn't care for Michael Shanks in the role of Hawkman originally, but since he got over his bad Rorschach impression and built a great character, I've become a huge fan of Hawkman in this show. I wouldn't have thought that they could have pulled off such a dramatic death from a character that had only appeared in two episodes prior to this, but they did. Credit has to be given to the director Mairzee Almas, who brought the same level of drama and emotion to the episodes "Metallo" and "Supergirl". Shanks also deserves a lot of credit. I have a feeling if the episode had been filmed the same way, but featured Styargirl's death, nobody would be praising the drama.

The final cliffhanger at Hawkman's funeral left me in suspense, but not necessarily in a good way. It was far too vague and unusual to make sense. Too bad the next episode "Collateral" couldn't successfully conclude this cliffhanger, or continue the solid drama of this episode. "Icarus" ranks as one of the best episodes of the season.