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Superboy 4 Seasons

Season 4
4.6 out of 5 stars (42) IMDb 6.6/10

From the producers of the Superman films comes the adventures of a young Man of Steel who, disguised as Clark Kent, mild-mannered journalism student at Shuster University, fights a never-ending battle for truth and justice against his archnemesis...

Starring:
Stacy Haiduk, Gerard Christopher

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1. A Change Of Heart, Part One

A wave of violence has broken out within the city, sending Superboy into tension-filled investigation. Little does he know he will soon be accused of murder.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: October 5, 1991
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2. A Change Of Heart, Part Two

Lana's life is in peril as Adam blackmails Tommy into creating a weapon to kill Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: October 12, 1991
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3. The Kryptonite Kid

Kryptonite infects a young scientist during a lab explosion, causing him to use his new found powers against Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: October 19, 1991
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4. The Basement

Lana discovers an alien in her basement who steals her identity.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: October 26, 1991
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5. Darla Goes Ballistic

A strange formula gives Darla erratic powers, causing her to attack Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 2, 1991
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6. Paranoia

Paranoia strangles Capital City as residents become fearful of a race of invisible aliens who have just landed.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 9, 1991
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7. Know Thine Enemy, Part One

Lex Luthor has a plan to destroy the world's population with a series of dirty bombs, but first he must get rid of Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 16, 1991
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8. Know Thine Enemy, Part Two

Superboy is trapped inside Lex Luthor's virtual reality computer program, and now Lana must enter the program to save Superboy before it's too late.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 23, 1991
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9. Hell Breaks Loose

A troublesome ghost is haunting the Bureau, wrecking havoc on the office and its employees. To stop him Superboy and Lana must discover the secret as to how the ghost was killed in the building fifty years earlier...

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 30, 1991
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10. Into The Mystery

While saving a young man, Superboy encounters a ghostly woman, which leads him on a search for his Aunt Cassandra, who he hasn't seen since he was a child.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: December 7, 1991
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11. To Be Human, Part One

While trying to help Bizarro with his depression, Superboy's powers are weakened, leaving him vulnerable to the evil villain Chaos, who plans to destroy him once and for all.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: January 18, 1992
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12. To Be Human, Part Two

Chaos has captured Superboy and plans to throw him off the roof of Capital City's tallest building at midnight. Now human, Bizarro must restore his powers in order to stop Chaos and save Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 25, 1992
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13. West of Alpha Centauri

Superboy is kidnapped by an alien force and taken to a paradise planet near Alpha Centauri. Will he ever return?

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 1, 1992
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14. Threesome, Part One

A prison psychiatrist helps Lex Luthor and Metallo escape, all three quickly turning their attention to stopping Superboy once and for all.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 8, 1992
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15. Threesome, Part Two

Superboy continues to battle the newly formed threesome of Lex Luthor, Metallo and Dr. Odessa Vexman. As their destructive potential continues to rise, Superboy must stop them before it's too late.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 15, 1992
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16. Out Of Luck

Superboy continues to battle evil in "Out Of Luck."

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 22, 1992
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17. Who Is Superboy?

Superboy's secret identity is challenged in "Who Is Superboy?"

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 29, 1992
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18. Cat And Mouse

Superboy gets entagled in a dangerous game of "Cat And Mouse."

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: April 18, 1992
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19. Obituary For A Super Hero

Lex Luthor has just hit Superboy with a deadly kryptonite bomb. Now he gloriously recounts in detail how he planned and executed the devious plan, which he feels certain has killed Superboy.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: April 25, 1992
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20. Metamorphosis

Superboy continues to battle changing evil in "Metamorphosis."

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 2, 1992
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21. Rites Of Passage, Part One

Superboy looses his powers and now an investigation begins to discover the curious force that caused it.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 9, 1992
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22. Rites Of Passage, Part Two

Superboy is on the verge of losing his powers forever, which causes his alter ego of Clark Kent to search for the elusive crystal which holds the key to his past and will ultimately lead him through his "Rites Of Passage."

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 16, 1992
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Until this point in the "Superboy" canon of seasons, the quality had varied considerably from season to season. Season One was wooden and with almost a completely different cast. Season Two got the casting right, but the tone was still so goofy. Season Three finally put everything together and ran off probably the best string of episodes (including the "portal" series) in the show's history. Luckily, though, Season Four does not include such a sea change and instead just continues to produce quality "Superboy" television.

Perhaps the biggest change for this final season is that many more two-part stories are used. It seems as if (for better or worse) every third episode or so ends with "to be continued".

Some highlights of this season include...

-The building romance between Superboy/Clark (Gerard Christopher) and Lana (Stacy Haiduk). It's all very kid-friendly per the show's nature, of course, but there is definitely a progression as the season goes on.
-A good number of episodes featuring Lex Luthor (played by the always-entertaining Sherman Howard), including one that even focuses on his past and what made him become the monster he is today. One episode even gives his "main squeeze" Darla (Tracy Roberts) a fair shake.
-Other familiar faces such as Metallo (Michael Callan), Bizarro (Barry Meyers), and Ma & Pa Kent (Stuart Whitman & Salome Jens).

The hallmark of this season, however, is the fact that very few episodes are "stinkers".
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As a fan of the all the Superman or Superman related material I'm quite fond of this cheesy tv show. I bought the 1st season quickly hoping to buy seasons 2, 3 and 4 shortly after. Many years later, here they are.

The 5 stars are for the fans who take their time and effort demanding WB this release. The dvds aren't remastered at all. The picture quality is pretty poor, same as it was when it was aired many years ago.

Thanks to WB for listening the fans, even sooo late. But no thanks at all for bringing a set of dvds totally bare bones. No subtitle options, no extras. Just a still main menu with the number of the episodes and that's it. At least the cover artwork matches 1st season.

Recommendable to buy if you're a Superboy anyway
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Yeah, I know... it mentions in the last episode that the character, here, is TWENTY.
The actor/producer----Gerard Christopher---- being no kid, himself, is no "BOY",
super or otherwise. Logic aside, these shows are entertaining enough. I thought
Season 1 the weakest, with Season 3 being the best... but this IS the final season,
and you gotta see it right to the final episode's final scene: Lana sticks Clark with a
long hatpin. Yup! The needle bends, it's DONE!
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Gerard Christopher made a hunky Superboy, and I enjoyed a series in which a whole action-packed story could be wrapped up in 25 minutes, unlike the later superhero shows which stretched to an hour and concentrated on 'characterization' and far too much talk - Dean Cain made a fine Superman, but we had to put up with a strident Lois too. Quality is excellent, and I've enjoyed re-living the action.
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I have been waiting to complete this series for a long time. Season 4 does not disappoint because it delivers the same quality of episodes that I remember from Season 2 onward. No this is not today's rendition...it belongs to the late 70' and early 80's but that just makes it better for me. This the Superboy I grew up with. Highly recommended.
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This is the last season of a 4 season series. While some of the action is very campy, even for this series itself, some of the moral situations addressed in the various episodes were handled with serious concern.
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Though in effects, budget, and 80s sensibilities, 'Superboy' has some quality issues, this is the best 'Superman' show I've seen, better, surprisingly, than 'Smallville.' I was surprised to find that, but there it is--the last Superman/boy effort that seemed to remember the real nature of the Superman character and be unembarrassed by it. Unlike in Smallville, Gerard Christopher wears the suit, flies, and has a continual ambiguous relationship with the resourceful, ballsy Lana Lang, who's always been even more interested in revealing Clark as Superboy than Lois Lane generally was. The show isn't great--the 80s effects, moderate budget, and 80s TV writing ensure that. But this is still the best Superman show ever to be on TV. Special credit to Stacy Haiduk for her compelling portrayal of the intelligent Lana (a completely different--and more interesting, honestly--take than Kristin Kreuk's beautiful but slightly boring (writers' fault, not hers) Lana of the 21st century. This show, whose ratings were growing when it was pulled due to rights issues (DC didn't want the mediocre 'Lois and Clark' to have competition. Sigh). It's a very dated show, but if you're okay with that, it's actually much better than the more modern 'Smallville'--particularly seasons 3 and 4. Gerard Christopher is the last actor to have played Superman who seems to have understood the fundamentals laid down (in variations) by the comics, George Reeve, and Chris. If you're curious, check out a few episodes--the double 'Roads Not Taken', 3rd season, is probably the best of the series. Season 4 is the most consistently good, though.
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