In episode 110 Bob Fisher takes a look at Lex Luthor in the film and comics and talks about 3 of his favorite Lex Luthor stories that equals one great saga!
Superman v1 issues 164, 167 and 168 combine to tell a story of treachery, team ups, betrayal, romance, terror and heartbreak!
Our story takes us to a strange planet where Luthor is hero and Superman the villain, a team up of Luthor and Brainiac and finally Lex Luthor Defender of the people! There’s also time travel and a beautiful actress!
All of this and more in episode 110 of the Superman Forever Radio Podcast featuring Lex Luthor, the Greatest Criminal Mind of Our Time!
Back for the first time in over 2 years former host J David Weter joins current host Bob Fisher in an epic conversation covering the history of the Superman Forever Radio podcast, Superman, Daredevil, Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and so much more.
In episode 93 of the Superman Forever Radio podcast Bob Fisher takes a closer look at the Batman v Superman SDCC trailer.
Bob also catches up with the TRUTH storyline in Action Comics 42 but mostly he talks about the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer and gives his opinions of the trailer and what may be in store for the movie itself.
Is Bob looking forward to the movie or are his feelings about the movie the same as his feelings for the current storyline in the comics?
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.
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.