All Star Superfan Issue no.21: Superboy in the Multiverse of Madness with Sam Rizzo (and Gerard Christopher)

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This week Alan and Rob are joined by Sam Rizzo (of the Superboy: The Legacy Podcast) to discuss the lasting legacy of the oft-forgotten chapter in the history of Superman TV shows.

We also talk in-depth about Sam’s favourite episode “Road’s not Taken” as well as touching on other great Superboy episodes and getting his thoughts on other Superman shows. 

PLUS! We are surprised by a super-special guest as Superboy himself Gerard Christopher quickly stops by to talk about his time on the show. 

Gerard Christopher will be appearing at GalaxyCon in Raleigh, North Carolina. Friday, July 29, Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31. He will participate in a live Q&A on the main stage and signing autographs with fans. Tickets available at

Check out Sam’s panel at this year’s Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois

Show Timecodes: 

  • 00:00 – Superboy discussion
  • 01:00:00 – “Roads Not Taken” discussion
  • 01:24:40 – Gerard Christopher mini-interview

Alan Burke

Alan has an extensive knowledge and passion for comic book literature and the legacy of Superman in particular. Alan is an avid collector of rare comic book and film memorabilia and believes that comic book characters, such as Superman, represent the equivalent of a modern day mythology. Alan believes that fictional comic book characters, such as Superman, represent the modern day equivalent to the Gods of ancient mythology.

Rob O'Connor

By day, Rob O’Connor is a TV producer working in Ireland on a number of successful series. By night, Rob keeps his horizons broadened with a steady diet of 90s teen dramas, video games and superhero comics. The phone won’t stop ringing.

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