But, Sometimes life gets in the way- and we make do.
I explain the changes in format, and the origin points of the show.
Then, the search for the third Kryptonian begins in Superman #668, and the answers will surprise you.
Which leads perfectly into Superman/Batman #41, and a showdown with Darkseid, Batman’s inner feelings, and a mind-controlled Superman in Superman/Batman #41.
And then, how did Metropolis end up under water? What is the secret to Lori Lemaris‘ power over the man of steel? Find out in Superman Confidential #7.
All of this, and a look at Lana Lang‘s return in Superman: The Animated Series.
Batman discovers some feelings as Superman battles to regain his mind taking on Darkseid and the New Gods in Superman/Batman #40, which is preceded by a look at Darkesid himself, and the odd New Genesis/Apokolips family tree.
And Superman’s ex-girlfriend shows her face, in a wacky underwater battle featured in Superman Confidential #6.
After a two week hiatus, things finally get back to normal on SFR, for the first time in a while.
Back to one episode a week, and happy.
This week, we look at the rest of the Superman books cover dated October, 2007.
Superman arrives on Bizarro world with Action Comics 855.
And we take a good look at Bizarro, from his first appearance, to the creation of Htrae, and the post-crisis rebirth of the imperfect duplicate.
Then we take a trip on the dark side, as Superman takes on the corruption of his own soul is Superman #666.
And, the New Gods wreak havoc for the Man of Steel, and the Dark Knight is Superman/Batman #39.
On top of that, we look at one of the funnest episodes of Superman: The Animated series as The Main Man, Lobo arrives and attempts to frag the Man of Tomorrow.
This week’s bombshell put the screeching brakes on what would have been episode 34.
Instead, I had to talk about DC’s plan to reboot, and what it means to me, to this show, and I revisit my initial reaction to the news.
And, finally, an announcement that will change some things in the future.