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All Rights Reserved. Welcome to the Arrowverse Chloe Sullivan.
In "Midvale," the latest episode of SupergirlKara made a direct reference to Smallville continuity.
As the adolescent versions of Alex and Kara investigated the death of Kara's friend Kenny, Kara sought help from one of Clark's friends: Chloe. While this seemed to be a passing reference to longtime Smallville character Chloe Sullivan, one of Clark's close friends on the earlier series, Kara made the mention all that more explicit when she brought up Chloe's "Wall of Weird.
Supergirl didn't stop at the mere mention of Chloe. Though she never showed up in person, Chloe offered Kara a helping hand with some of her tech prowess.
Kara had uncovered Kenny's laptop, which had a handful of encrypted files on them. Since she couldn't unlock them herself, Kara sent the files to Chloe, who decrypted them as a favor.
Supergirl: making sense of that big smallville reference
The decrypted files gave Kara and Alex the tools they needed to track down Kenny's killer: a crooked cop who Kenny had caught red-handed. Of course, in SmallvilleChloe was something of a tech genius. She even got a nickname of her own: Watchtower.
Though she was always tech savvy, Chloe developed near-metahuman skill with technology after she was possessed and nearly killed by Brianiac. As such, Chloe's tech skills tie her back to Smallville continuity. Since Chloe was created specifically for Smallvilleshe has no real analogue in the comics.
She did turn up for a few issues of Action Comicsthough the comic book version of the character never quite took off the same way. Airing Mondays at 8 p. She picked up her first comic in high school and fell instantly in love with the medium.
‘supergirl’ just made a seriously awkward ‘smallville’ connection
Later, she took her love for pop culture with her to college, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts from Suffolk University and a Masters Degree in Literature from University of Massachusetts Boston. She loves to apply her education to her work writing editorials and conducting interviews. You can also find her on Twitter at metathor.
By Meagan Damore Published Nov 13, Share Share Tweet 0.