30 Years of ‘Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman’

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“Great shades of Elvis!”

Alan and Rob pay tribute to 30 years of “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” – a formative Superman TV series that is near and dear to their hearts. Joining us this week is Craig Byrne of the legendary Kryptonsite who talks about being at the forefront of the L&C fandom back when it was still on the air (he even visited the set!). We’re also blessed with returning guest Matt Truex (of “Always Hold Onto Legends of Tomorrow” and “Lois & Clark’d: The New Podcasts of Superman”). 

Top 5 episodes! Top 5 moments! Top 5 GOOFY GUYS (original villains that didn’t originate from the comics!). Plus, a general discussion of what made the show so special, as well as why it may have faded from the conversation. And yes, we do talk about THAT elephant in the room!

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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