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Superman Forever Radio 80- Man, and Superman

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Bob talks about the cancellation of the Adventures of Superman digital comic.

Then, he discusses the secret identity of famous heroes.

And, if that’s not enough talks about Superman vs Clark Kent in Action Comics 311 and 312.

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Superman Lives 04: Deconstruction vs. Reimagining: Man of Steel vs. The New 52, Part 1

 

This week, I begin a two-part examination and comparison of the approaches taken to Superman and his mythos by the filmmakers behind Man of Steel and the writers and artists behind DC Comic’s “The New New 52,” specifically Grant Morrison.

What does it mean to deconstruct a character or mythology instead of re-imagining it or updating it? Listen to find out my take on the issue.

Superman Lives 04: Deconstruction vs. Reimagining: Man of Steel vs. The New 52, Part 1

Superman Lives Episode 02: Graphic Novels That Inspired “Man of Steel”

In this week’s episode, I take a look at the graphic novels that the screenwriters, director, and actors behind “Man of Steel” cited as inspiration for their big-screen take on Superman.

Superman Lives Episode 02: Graphic Novels That Inspired Man of Steel

“Man of Steel” Volume 1: Available in print form and in (less expensive!) digital form!

“Superman Earth One Volume 1: Available in print form from various locations, including in Wal-Mart stores, and digitally as well.

“Superman: Birthright:” Print form from the big bookstores, Amazon, and digitally!

“Superman: Secret Origin:” Your local bookstore will carry this graphic novel, as well as Amazon.com in both print and digital editions!

Your best option is to buy these Superman graphic novels from your local comic book shop! By doing so, you support the store owners and the comic book industry? Not sure if you have a comic book shop in your area? Visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-COMIC-BOOK.

“Man of Steel” Cast Comments – Speeding Bulletin (September 14-20, 2012)

Superman news for the week September 14-20, 2012. Brought to you by SupermanHomepage.com. Hosted by Steve Younis. Also includes the “Great Scott!” segment by Scotty V.

Back To The Bins! Presents: I’ve Got A Few Things To Say About SUPERMAN – Episode 3

0d9cDisenfranchised by the modern incarnation of his all-time favorite comic book hero, podcaster Scott Gardner now plies the time-stream in a never-ending quest to re-discover and re-connect with that unique brand of fun and excitement that can only truly be found in good ol’ fashioned randomly-selected Superman back issues!!  Journey with him now… back… Back To The Bins!!

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Season 3 Episode 42

We discuss the DC re-launch titles and what we’re gonna pick up. Also (BE FOREWARNED!) we discuss the cacophony of complaints about the re-launch and more specifically the costume change of Superman. I want to let anyone know that listens to this podcast if you are really upset about the re-launch, you should maybe not listen to this because we go on a rant (Isaac more than anyone) about why we feel people are taking this too seriously and need to relax. We hope you enjoy it. We did!

 

 

 

Superman Forever Radio Episode 24- June/Early July 2007

It’s the Thursday review episode, and we have progressed one month to June of 2007, but…

June, 2007 had a huge amount of Superman books… exactly one. Superman Confidential #5 was the only Superman book published with that cover date.
No Joke. One in-continuity Superman comic.
But, “Krypton” ratchets to a breathless climax, and it all comes together, all at once.
So, it’s time to look at Tim Sale, and his work on Superman, Heroes, and more.
Then, we look at what was happening elsewhere in the DC Universe, before moving on to Early July 2007, where Superman confronts a “Crisis of Faith” and, will the real redemption please stand up, please stand up??
It all leads to next week’s look at Action Comics #850, Superman #663, and Superman/Batman #35.
And don’t forget to come back Sunday, when it’s time to take a look at the seminal Superman stories of Alan Moore- “For the Man Who Has Everything” and “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow“, and the animated debut of Metallo in Superman: The Animated Series.
Superman Podcasts for other eras

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

Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster  

Superman and all related characters, the distinctive likenesses thereof and related elements are trademarks of DC Comics, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

This Podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and does not gain profit from the images, or related properties belonging to DC Comics or Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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Superman Forever Radio Episode 22- May 2007

Episode 22- May 2007

Welcome back.

This week, we take a look at the Superman comics on shelves with a cover date of May, 2007.

Superman faces a unique and unexpected foe in Action Comics 848, which brings Superman to question himself, and the motivations of the foe.

Over in Superman 662, Camelot Falls picks up, and leaves us with more questions than answers. Subjekt 17, Zatanna, Power Girl, and Sirocco all make appearances, as well as a surprise cameo.

And finally, the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel team up to face… Doc Magnus and the Metal Men??? It’s all in Superman/Batman # 34.

Remember to come back Sunday for an all new episode.

Superman Podcasts for other eras

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


Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster  

Superman and all related characters, the distinctive likenesses thereof and related elements are trademarks of DC Comics, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

This Podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and does not gain profit from the images, or related properties belonging to DC Comics or Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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Superman Forever Radio Episode 20- April 2007

Episode 20- April 2007

Welcome to the new format. This week, we look back to the Superman comics on shelves for April of 2007… both of them. Thanks to DC’s erratic (Late) publishing schedule, we have a lighter episode than normal.

We roll out the new comic book rating system, and look deeper into the New Earth era.

In Superman #661, The Man of Steel teams with Wonder Woman to take on a life-force draining villainess, and Lois shows Diana a cyber-Cafe.

We look at Wonder Woman’s history, and her relationship with Kal-El before moving on to our second book of the week.

In Superman Conidential #4, Superman receives a beat down, courtesy of Lex Luthor and Kryptonite, before Jimmy comes to his rescue, and delivers him to Clark Kent?!?!?

And we wrap up with e-mails- Is Pa Kent actually a liar?? Has Michael Bailey found the secret that could have fixed the entire New Earth era??? Listen and find out.

Superman Podcasts for other eras
Silver Age- Superman Fan Podcast.

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

Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster  

Superman and all related characters, the distinctive likenesses thereof and related elements are trademarks of DC Comics, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

This Podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and does not gain profit from the images, or related properties belonging to DC Comics or Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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