Then it’s on to Superman #663, which features the young gods, Lightray, and finally something relevant to Camelot Falls, the semi-ongoing storyline.
From the cracked mirror look at the politics of Krypton in “For the Man Who Has Everything” to the tear-jerking epic finale of “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow” Alan Moore brings a pathos to the Man of Steel.
Then, we return to the animated universe of the Man of Steel, as he takes on the menace of Metallo in “The Way of All Flesh” before wrapping it up with a production note.
Remember to come back Thursday when we review the Superman comics cover dated July of 2007, including Action Comics #850.
Superman faces a unique and unexpected foe in Action Comics 848, which brings Superman to question himself, and the motivations of the foe.This week, we take a look at the Superman comics on shelves with a cover date of May, 2007.
Remember to come back Sunday for an all new episode.
Here it is, the last late episode of Superman Forever Radio- why?? Listen and find out as I drop an announcement about some big changes in store for the show.
It’s also the final round of Metropolis Idol. Only two remain- Will it be George Reeves from the 1950’s “Adventures of Superman Television show, or Dean Cain, who inherited the role on “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman“?
YOUR votes decide, so visit supermanforever.com to cast your vote.
Superman gets distracted by the Prankster in Superman #660, and has his first bout with Kryptonite in Superman Confidential #3.
Finally, what is next for Darkseid? The despot checks in and lets us know that we may be seeing more of Supergirl than we ever expected.