Season Description: The Adventures of Superboy continue as Clark and Lana move off campus from Shuster University to The Bureau for Extra-Normal Matters in Capitol City, Florida. Interning for the Bureau, Clark and Lana follow paranormal activities and aliens – including Superboy himself. Joined by Bureau-crat Matt Ritter and its Chief, C. Dennis Jackson, Clark and Lana must confront some seriously dark and spooky cases. Whether it’s a satanic cult in the episode “Carnivale” or Superboy’s darkest fears in “Mindscape,” Season three not only confronts the Boy of Steel with formidable foes (Lex Luthor, Bizarro, Metallo, etc.), but also the very doubts, fears and “roads not taken” that Superman will one day overcome.The DVD was released burn-on-demand by Warner Archive so that means they don't have a million copies laying around for no one to buy, if you want a copy you can go to either WBShop, Warner Archive or Amazon and they will make you a personal DVD. The set features twenty-six episodes spread across three dual-layered DVDs. The video quality is fair considering where it was taken from, Ilya Salkind's archives I believe, and the audio is crisp and clean. The artwork on the DVD could have used a little bit more work, like the photo of Superboy on the front cover is dark and gloomy, but I'm not going to say anything else, I mean it's not like this was something that was released to stores, it was made for the fans who have wanted to own an official copy of the series on DVD. If you like Smallville - or any other Superman related movie or TV show, you are going to fall for all the characters in this adaption.
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