FROM CRISIS TO CRISIS EPISODE 4: FEBRUARY 1987

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Episode 4: February 1987

Welcome to the 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 in 2006 in an informative and hopefully entertaining format.

This week your hosts, Jeffrey Taylor and Michael Bailey, examine the books that came out with the cover date of February 1987. The guys spend a good 36 minutes talking about Superman #2, which either means it had a lot going for it or that Mike and Jeff are just chatty. Then there’s Adventures of Superman #425, where a supporting character has something of a break down. Finally the guys talk about Action Comics #585, which Jeff and Mike thought was ok but not a book you wanted to take home to meet the parents.

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

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Seriously, let us know what you think.

More to follow…

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One Response to FROM CRISIS TO CRISIS EPISODE 4: FEBRUARY 1987

  1. The first four podcasts have been excellent. I’ve collected Superman comics off and on since the 1970s, and I still have especially fond memories of the Super-titles immediately following the 1985-86 Crisis. Not everyone was happy with the changes at the time, of course, and the stories don’t always hold up after 25 years, but was it ever a blast to be on board at the time. I look forward to each week’s installment and have been spreading the word (and sharing the links!) as often as I can. Thanks so much for your efforts.

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