Digging for Kryptonite — The Joe Kelly Action Comics Era

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Host Anthony Desiato returns to the early 2000s Superman titles, shining a light on writer Joe Kelly’s 50-issue run on “Action Comics.”

Anthony and guest Mike Sangregorio dig into the landmark issues Action 775 (“What’s So Funny ‘Bout Truth, Justice, and the American Way?”) and Action 800, the sagas of Manchester Black and General “Zod,” and Kelly’s heartfelt human interest stories. 

This is the last episode of Digging for Kryptonite in 2021. The podcast returns with a new WEEKLY release schedule and a 5-part event covering “Superman: The Animated Series” on Jan. 5, 2022!

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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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