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.
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 chat to the gentle giant himself Jack O’Halloran all about his time as an actor appearing in legendary films such as Farewell My Lovely, the 1976 version of King Kong as well as (of course) Superman 1 and 2 — we get his thoughts on the different versions of Superman II as well as all the infamous shenanigans that went on behind the scenes.
This week Alan and Rob chat to legendary fan and archivist Jim Bowers about his lifelong love of the Christopher Reeve era of Superman movies and the 20th anniversary of CapedWonder.com.
Welcome to Adventures In The Dc Universe, where we will occasionally take the red eye out of the Big Apricot and into the other nooks and crannies of the DCU, and not a minute too soon as this week we give our spoiler-filled thoughts on the brand new WB blockbuster “The Batman,” as well as our overall love of the Dark Knight in his many forms.
Rob and Alan explore the the comic book story “The Menace from the Stars” and its three live action adaptations, all of which follow an amnesiac Superman as an asteroid threatens to wipe out all life on Earth.
Alan and Rob dive into some of their favourite Superman books from the last 80 plus years. Will you agree with their choices?