“Great shades of Elvis!”
Alan and Rob discuss Tom King and Andy Kubert’s modern classic “UP IN THE SKY” — how it’s the perfect Superman story for fans both old and new and which of the six issues they enjoyed the most.
“You and me get Superman, wanna know why? ‘Cause we’re from the streets.”
I WILL FIND HIM! Alan and Rob are joined by special guest and Superman fanatic Zaki Hasan (MovieFilm Podcast, Nostalgia Theater Podcast and Discovery Debrief) to reflect on the ten year anniversary of visionary director Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” — the gang reflect on the hype leading to the film, their first impressions, what they think now as well as the complicated legacy the film leaves behind.
Alan and Rob are joined once again by friend of the podcast & Caped Wonder Europe’s own Martin Lakin to take another sneaky look under the counter at the movie stash behind the bar at Bibbo’s ‘Ace o’ Clubs’.
Alan and Rob chat all things Superman with entertainment journalist, veteran fan and fellow podcaster Ed Gross as well as hearing all about his brand new book “Voices From Krypton,” an oral history of the Man of Steel.
Alan and Rob check in to talk all about a great, recent anthology series of Superman short stories, perfect for new fans and old looking to get a dose of classic Superman action and maybe even a glimpse at some familiar podcasting friends…? All this and more!
Alan and Rob, greatest criminal podcasters of the modern era, have devised a way to DESTROY Superman with none other than Nuclear Man himself, Mark Pillow, star of “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace!”
Seasons greetings, Metropolitans! Rob and Alan celebrate another successful year and gather round the fireplace to discuss the latest round of WB shake-ups as well as one of their “Lois & Clark” favorites “Twas the Night Before Mxymas.”
Rob and Alan take a few short, difficult moments to reflect on the loss of one of the most iconic custodians of a superhero role of all time.
Alan and Rob are joined by yet another giant of Superman comics — the legendary Dan Jurgens, writer and artist of the landmark “Superman no.75” and an instrumental voice in “The Death of Superman” saga of comics.
Alan and Rob are joined by one of the most influential and impactful comic creators of all time, Marv Wolfman who details his experiences helping to create one of the oft-forgotten Superman cartoons, the beloved Ruby Spears animated series of the late eighties.
Alan and Rob get together to discuss the current state of Warner Bros Discovery and the impact it’s having on its DC projects.
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.