Then, he discusses the secret identity of famous heroes.
In a day and age when Superman is considered out of touch with the times, this show set out to correct that misconception- and this comic was at the epicenter of that movement.
It’s a passionate talk about what it means to be a Superman fan, and David has a message that he needs to get off of his chest.
Then it’s on to Superman #663, which features the young gods, Lightray, and finally something relevant to Camelot Falls, the semi-ongoing storyline.
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.
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.
We look at Wonder Woman’s history, and her relationship with Kal-El before moving on to our second book of the week.
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.