Digging for Kryptonite: Superman in the Bronze Age

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Host Anthony Desiato and guest Bernie Gerstmayr dig into the Bronze Age of Superman (1970-1985), which marked a pivot from the Silver Age into more grounded, introspective stories and featured Clark Kent as a TV news anchor.

Stories discussed include Denny O’Neil’s landmark “Kryptonite Nevermore,” Elliot S! Maggin’s “Must There Be a Superman?”, and Alan Moore’s “For the Man Who Has Everything.”

This is the final installment in a podcast trilogy diving into the Pre-Crisis Superman.

Anthony Desiato

Anthony Desiato, owner and founder of Flat Squirrel Productions, is a lifelong Superman fan, documentary filmmaker, and podcast host who has been chronicling the culture of comic shops for the past decade. Projects include the films My Comic Shop Documentary and My Comic Shop Country, as well as the podcast series My Comic Shop History and Digging For Kryptonite.

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