This week Alan and Rob give their thoughts on the brand new movie “DC League of Super Pets” in cinemas now. It turns out Alan is NOT a dog person.
Alan and Rob take a look at all of the comics explicitly set in the world of the Christopher Reeve movies, notably the comic book adaptations of “Superman III: and “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace,” with Rob managing to drive Alan insane with his impressions of Gus Gorman, Ross Webster, Lex and even Lenny Luthor.
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.
This week Alan and Rob catch up on a few current Superman-related topics including the possible return of Henry Cavill to upcoming Superman movie projects, the trailer for “Black Adam” and their thoughts on the first few issues of the highly popular “Son of Kal-El” comic.
This week Alan and Rob are joined by veteran podcasting legend Michael Bailey to discuss what may be the most important Superman story ever: The Clan of the Fiery Cross — the landmark radio serial that delivered a crushing blow to the legitimacy of a very real hate organization.
This week Alan and Rob chat to legendary animation director Dan Riba about his iconic work on “Superman: The Animated Series” and “Batman: The Animated Series,” as well as his lifelong Superman fandom going back to the days of George Reeves.
We am hate Bizarro and love Superman! Last week am Rob without Alan cover no episodes without Bizarro! This episode does not feature not special guest Zach Moore not from Always Hold Onto Smallville podcast!
We’re back with a special holiday episode for you to enjoy as you wrap your presents! Alan and Rob discuss their podcasting highlights so far as well as dive into a jovial, yuletide discussion of the classic Lois & Clark Christmas episode “Seasons Greedings” (the first live action appearance of the Toyman!)
Alan and Rob are honored and delighted to be joined by one of the most celebrated Superman writers EVER — Mark Waid, co-creator of stories such as “Kingdom Come,” “Superman Birthright,” as well as iconic runs on The Flash, Captain America, Daredevil and so much more.
Alan and Rob take a fond look back at the charming-but-daft Supergirl movie from 1984 with legendary Superfan (and webmaster of Supermania.com) Martin Lakin, a true gentleman and a man whose depth of knowledge and appreciation for the Christopher Reeve Superman films is as vast as all the stars in the 28 known galaxies.
You might believe a man can push an asteroid! Rob and Alan complete their journey through the stars as they explore two more episodes based on the classic “Menace from the Stars” comic — an episode of “Superboy” that somehow manages to crowbar in death cults and an episode of “Lois & Clark” that features some of the most breathtaking flying effects in the history of the character (no it doesn’t).
Alan and Rob talk all things Super with legendary comic scribe J.M DeMatteis — from JM’s historic run on Justice League International to his work on the DC animated films to Alan’s favourite Superman/Batman mashup “Speeding Bullets,” we even discuss JM’s work on some of Rob’s favourite episodes of the “Superboy” TV show.
Alan and Rob give their spoiler-filled thoughts on the first season of “Superman & Lois” in a fun-filled discussion of one of the best modern interpretations of the character in a long time.
On this week’s exciting episode, Rob and Alan are joined by YouTube legend and Superman expert Oliver Harper to get his thoughts on all things Man of Steel — we discuss the Superman movies, Superman music, TV shows and get Oliver’s thoughts on both “Superman & Lois” and the recent Superman movie news.
Faster than a speeding bullet, Alan and Rob zoom through the complicated history of Superman’s adventures in the cyber sphere, from humble beginnings on the Atari 2600 to the latest games on the PS4.