THE SUPERMAN AND LOIS TAPES EPISODE 1: PLEASE ALLOW US TO INTRODUCE OURSELVES

Episode 1: Please Allow Us To Introduce Ourselves

Welcome to the first episode of The Superman and Lois Tapes, a podcast dedicated to the CW series Superman and Lois.  Most episodes will be devoted to the latest episode of the series where the hosts (Bethany, Alison, and Michael) will talk about what they liked, what they didn’t like, and any Easter eggs that they happen to spot.

First episodes of podcasts are hard, so Bethany, Alison, and Michael overcome this by spending about an hour and change talking about why they wanted to do this show and what their backgrounds with Superman are.  Alison tells Michael all about Tyler Hoechlin’s acting career (because Michael doesn’t watch much television), Michael gives a few mini TEDTalks about Superman in the comics, and Bethany expands on the pros and cons of Clark and Lois having two sons instead of a son and daughter.  Other topics include the previous CW super-hero crossovers, the evolution of the DC CW shows, and Nightwing and Wally West are brought up as well.

This show is very new, so there won’t be any links to where you can subscribe to the show outside of the main Fortress of Bailetyude Podcasting Network feed.  The show does have an email address, which is [email protected].  You can also leave comments here or over at the Facebook page for the show, which you can get to by clicking this link.

The theme for the show is “On My Way”  by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License

Next Time: The BAM crew talks about the pilot episode and the 30 minutes special that will follow it.

3 thoughts on “THE SUPERMAN AND LOIS TAPES EPISODE 1: PLEASE ALLOW US TO INTRODUCE OURSELVES”

  1. This was fun to listen to, and I’m looking forward to watching “Superman & Lois”, and hearing your reactions to it.
    On the question of whether there is a comic-book version of a Jordan Kent, Michael was on the right track with his suggestion of a Silver Age Imaginary Story from the 1960s, although the twins (one powered, one not) were named “Jor-El II” (Which is odd, because, in the Silver Age, Superman’s father Jor-El was actually “Jor-El II”, named for his own father, Jor-El.) who had super powers, and “Kal-El II”, who did not. I doubt much use will be made of this story, given the general disdain for the Silver Age these days, but I just wanted to mention it.

  2. I been listening your podcast for years and love it so far beyond cause superman had been my favorite dc superhero over batman and spiderman be 2nd and 3rd favorites as well,so making long story short it superman that become my favorite dc superhero all time from comics to tv to flimsy.

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