FCTC EPISODE 104: JULY 1992 PART 1

Episode 104: July 1992 Part 1

Welcome to the one hundred and fourth episode of From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast!  This podcast has a simple premise; examine just about every Superman comic published between Man of Steel #1 in 1986 to Adventures of Superman #649 in 2006 in an informative and hopefully entertaining format.

 Part index.  Part commentary.  Part history lesson.  All podcast.

Another guest visits the spacious From Crisis to Crisis Studios this week!  Rennie Cowan, webmaster of Superboy Theater sat down with Jeff and Mike to not only discuss Superman: The Man of Steel #13 (where Superman finally came face to face to face to face with Cerberus) and Superman #69 (featuring the penultimate chapter of the Sons of Liberty storyline) but also to chat about the last three episodes of the Adventures of Superboy television series and the comic book tie-in special.  The “problem” (notice the quotes there, folks) is that Rennie and the boys had SO much to say about the Superboy episodes and comic that they spent two hours talking about them in addition to the nearly two hours they spent talking about the regular comics.  Mike and Jeff talked about it for a few minutes and decided to split this episode in two.  So this week you get the comics and next week they wrap up their coverage of Superboy.

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Next Time: Mike, Jeffrey and Rennie spend an entire episode talking about the final episodes of the Adventures of Superboy and discuss the Adventures of Superboy Special that came out a few weeks later.

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