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Superman Forever Radio 33- LIVE!

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It’s the first episode of Superman Forever Radio recorded while streaming live.

While there are technical issues at the beginning, there are some great moments as Neil Cole of the Supermansupersite.com and Isaac Daniel Frisbie of The World’s Best Podcast drop in to talk the Superman Celebration, and the Superman movie franchise.

It was a learning experience, but a heck of a lot of fun.

Next Sunday- back to normal as we look at the Superman comics on stands for October, 2007 as well as Bizarro and Lobo.

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Superman Forever Radio 24- June/Early July 2007

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It’s the Thursday review episode, and we have progressed one month to June of 2007, but…
June, 2007 had a huge amount of Superman books… exactly one. Superman Confidential #5 was the only Superman book published with that cover date.
No Joke. One in-continuity Superman comic.
But, “Krypton” ratchets to a breathless climax, and it all comes together, all at once.
So, it’s time to look at Tim Sale, and his work on Superman, Heroes, and more.
Then, we look at what was happening elsewhere in the DC Universe, before┬ámoving on to Early July 2007, where Superman confronts a “Crisis of Faith” and, will the real redemption please stand up, please stand up??
It all leads to next week’s look at Action Comics #850, Superman #663, and Superman/Batman #35.
And don’t forget to come back Sunday, when it’s time to take a look at the seminal Superman stories of Alan Moore– “For the Man Who Has Everything” and “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow“, and the animated debut of Metallo in Superman: The Animated Series.

Announcing Superman Forever Radio

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Coming October 31st, 2010- Superman Forever Radio- a new weekly podcast which will focus on Superman and his family of comics, movies, Television shows, Cartoons, radio shows, and more.

Featuring the latest news, reviews of the latest and the classic adventures of the Man of Steel, and in-depth looks at a variety of topics throughout Superman’s 70 plus years of history.
Join host J. David Weter every Sunday for Superman Forever Radio, coming October 31st, 2010.