|Lois and Clark is based on Superman being a Generation X man. In his twenties somewhere Clark must experience life as a pre-thirties pupil. Lois, as always, is by his side at the Daily Planet, adding that oh-so-ever romantic side to his life. The relationship between Lois and Clark, is as always, a platonic but on the edge of mad love, type of experience.System Requirements:Run Time: 968 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE|
"...a fun show about friends and family where one of the characters just happens to be a legendary comic book figure... Jonathan Weiss, DVD Verdict
Editor's NoteBuilding on the Superman myth, this television series from the 1990s centers on the young-adult life of Clark Kent (Dean Cain) in the modern-day city of Metropolis. While struggling to balance his Superman duties with his job working for the Daily Planet, Kent meets and falls in love with fellow reporter Lois Lane. When news breaks of Superman's existence, however, Lane becomes smitten with the elusive superhero and, unaware that Kent and Superman are the same person, wards off Kent's romantic advances. Driven by this odd romantic triangle of sorts, the show also focuses on life around the Daily Planet office, and Superman's battles with a whole host of villains, making it part-romance, part-action/adventure. Every episode from the fourth season is included here.
DVD Review: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman - The Complete Fourth Season
By: Bonnie Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 12/11/2006 9:09 AM
|Say hello to the Zing family - a motley crew of sisters, grandparents, boyfriends, husbands, daughters and cousins. They all have a secret big enough to merit weekly meetings, a bulk discount at the local Spy Supply, and reverential capitalization. It's not just a secret; it's The Zing Family Secret. ...read the full review|
|Brad Buckner - Executive Producer|
|Dean Barnes - Producer|
|Deborah Joy LeVine - Writer|
|Jay Gruska, et. al. - Original Music By|
|Jerry Siegel - Created By|
|Joe Shuster - Created By|
|John Duffy, et. al. - Editor|
|Kenneth D. Zunder - Cinematographer|
|Neal Ahern, Jr., et. al. - Director|
Series Finally Very Good!5/22/2011
This is the ending to the beloved series that brought Superman back to popularity again. Special effects are finally very good (for 90's), and acting is pretty smooth. Jimmy Olsen's replacement character, played by Justin Whalin, is well-broken in, and does a good job. The coolest thing, not to spoil the big twist in Season 4, is that Lois & Clark have tied the knot, and Lois now shares Superman's secret identity. That puts an entirely new spin on the series, and opens the show up for so many new possibilities, which are fully utilized. Now Lois & Clark work together as a team! There is no holds barred in Season 4. Even Aliens invade! Great ending to a great show. The relationship after tying the knot is the really satisfying element, and I believe is what the fans wanted. Smallville kept "Lois & Clark" from ever tying the knot, or even Lois knowing Clark's identity through the first 9 Seasons (other than a few 1 episode excursions followed by a memory wipe). I love Smallville, & I haven't seen Season 10 ending yet, but so far, Lois & Clark is the only show to indulge the true love element of the Man of Steel.
Lois & Clark1/28/2009
Thanks, my kids love watching these DVD's as much as I loved watching them when they were on TV.