The Death of Clark Kent (Death ‘Til Wedding III)

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Host Anthony Desiato and guest Bernie Gerstmayr dig into the post-“Zero Hour” era of the Super-titles, which introduced new villain Conduit and featured the storylines “Dead Again” and “The Death of Clark Kent.”

This episode covers: “Adventures of Superman” no.0, 517-525 by Karl Kesel, Barry Kitson, and Stuart Immonen; “Action Comics” no.0, 704-711 by David Michelinie and Jackson Guice; “Man of Steel” no.0, 38-46 by Louise Simonson and Jon Bogdanove; and “Superman” no.0, 94-102 by Dan Jurgens. 

This is Part III of “Death ‘Til Wedding,” an epic podcast event surveying the post-“Death of Superman” landscape in comics and beyond. 

Digging for Kryptonite is a Flat Squirrel Production. Key art by Gregg Schigiel and theme music by Basic Printer. 

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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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