Tag Archives: Batman Begins

Episode 103- 60th Super Spectacular Summer Celebration!

00-Noel_neal-autographIn this episode Bob Fisher talks about meeting Noel Neill in 1972 and says farewell to the first live action Lois Lane.

Bob then turns his attention to the first Superman comic book he ever read and talks about the fun that was the Golden/Atomic Age Superman in Superman #43 from 1946. Here is the cover of Superman 43 and a picture of the splash page from Action Comics 160 from 1951. She’s really only in one of those comics and it’s not #43!

So join Bob Fisher as he reads about the Inventions of Hecter Thwistle and Superman’s power of invisibility! Yep! Superman can make himself invisible in this exciting story from 1946! See how he does it in episode 103 of the Superman Forever Radio Podcast.

 

 

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Episode 99 – When Batman Was Robin

12932709_10208753894147773_156007667494449678_nAre changes coming to the Superman Forever Radio Podcast? Listen and hear as Bob Fisher talks Batman! Yes Batman for the new Batman Forever Radio??

Bob talks about the story “When Batman Was Robin” from Detective Comics 226 from 1955. What changes are coming?

Has Bob forsaken Superman for Batman?? You’ll have to listen to hear the exciting answers to this and more.

 

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Episode 97 – Happy Birthday Superman!

Happy-Birthday-SupermanIn this episode of Superman Forever Radio Bob Fisher says Happy Birthday to Superman, and a friend, and talks about Supergirl.

If that were enough, Bob also talks Batman v Superman, DC TV universe, Rebirth and even a little history of the Superman costume.

All for the low low price of FREE!┬áSuperman Forever Radio episode 97 – Available NOW!!

 

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Episode 92 – Catching up with DC comics

sfr92In this episode of Superman Forever Radio Bob Fisher talks about the latest trailers from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Supergirl.

Later in the show Bob talks about one of his favorite Superman stories from 1960, “Superman’s Return to Krypton” in Superman #141.

But before that Bob talks openly and candidly about his feelings of the current status of Superman at DC comics. All this and more!

 

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