Superman Forever Radio Episode 21- Metropolis Idol

Episode 21- Metropolis Idol

This is it!!!. You voted, I listened, and now we have a full episode devoted to YOUR Metropolis Idol- Dean Cain.

Before we jump into any of that, though- We have a new General Zod, and I have some thoughts on him. Also, what is Henry Cavill doing to prepare for donning the blue tights, and what does he think of the script, and Amy Adams?

Zack Snyder talks about working with Christopher Nolan.

What does the son of Lex Luthor want with the Man of Steel? Who is the new female character that will have his attention? Find out when we talk about Superman: Requiem.

Then, it’s time. We talk about Dean Cain. From the heartbreak of a premature end to his sports career, to donning the cape.

We look back at Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, and where Dean went after that.

Also, a look back at a classic episode of Lois and Clark- “Seasons Greedings” written by Dean Cain.

Then we wrap the week up by talking about Michael Shannon, and I give my thoughts on him, and the casting choice.

Remember to come back Thursday when we review the Superman books on shelves for May, 2007.

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Music- Theme from Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993) by Jay Gruska Published by Warner-Barham Music, LLC (BMI)


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