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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.



Episode 67- Birthright Part 2

sfr067albumThis week- Birthright continues, as Clark Kent develops a costume, an alter ego, and makes his big debut as The Man of Steel.

The story hits a new pace, as Lex Luthor reveals a hidden secret about the new hero in the skies of Metropolis, and it means bad things for Superman.

And, a familiar face returns to menace Lois Lane in another episode of Superman: The Animated series.


Superman Forever Radio 55- Defending Lois Lane Part 2



The Final Word on Lois Lane– An Apologist’s guide continues.

With the Post-Crisis era of Superman, the relationship of Lois Lane and Clark Kent is now on the record- meaning it all counts.

With that, I present the brunt of my defense of how and why Lois Lane is important, and how she compares to such icons as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, and Carrie Bradshaw.

And, why is it that Lois Lane has been largely unchanged across every iteration of the character? Download the episode and find out.

Superman Forever Radio 54- Defending Lois Lane Part 1



It’s a two-pronged attack, as a case is mounted as to how Lois Lane is important to the Superman mythology, as well as her character history.

While it is easy to pigeonhole the character to simple damsel-in-distress status, I believe there is something more relevant to the character, and by going all the way back to the beginning, I start building my case.

Part 1 covers the golden, silver, and bronze age, as well as the radio incarnation and television incarnation.

Next time- The post-crisis and beyond.

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Superman Forever Radio 48- The Black Ring Part 2


Lex Luthor’s quest for power continues, taking him through the realm of death itself, and into conflict with Vandal Savage.

When Savage takes Lex and company hostage, The Secret Six must arrive to save the day. But, will this team of mercenaries save Lex, or kill him themselves?

And, On Superman: The Animated Series- Lois Lane is the target of a potential killer. Can Superman find the identity of this killer in time to keep our fearless female reporter alive?

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