In the 60th episode of Superman Forever Radio, David decides NOT to do a commentary, and instead talk about the comic that inspired the material- Action Comics 775.
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.
Superman Forever goes to the movies month continues- this time with the animated adaptation of Grant Morrison‘s All-Star Superman.
Much to David‘s surprise, the commentary doesn’t go the way he thought it would- as he makes his way through the movie, certain realizations set in, and his perception at the end of the film is completely different from how he felt at the beginning.
Superman Forever goes to the movies month continues- this time with the second team-up between The Man of Steel, and The Dark Knight– as well as Wonder Woman, and Supergirl.
Though the title plays down the fact, this tale features the trinity of DC Superheroes as they Shepard the young Kara Zor-El toward her destiny as Supergirl.
Featuring an all-star cast, and based on a story by Jeph Loeb, and Michael Turner art- join me in watching and discussing the film.
We enter into a secret place, not seen by the public- Superman’s Fortress of Solitude.
Through the 1981 treasury edition we are able to see Superman respond to a global threat, and one his secret citadel may be responsible for.
From the trophy room, to the interplanetary zoo, and Superman’s never-before-seen private quarters, we are covering every inch of the fortress to ensure that the world doesn’t come to an end- and SUPERMAN ONLY HAS ONE HOUR TO SAVE EARTH!!!!
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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.