Connor-El is joined by Rebecca in the new installment of the mythological heroes sub series to discuss the Heroes of the Trojan War via the film Troy and the classic text of the Iliad.
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.”
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Scott Honig dig into writer Greg Rucka’s mid-00s run on the Adventures of Superman title (issues no.625-647)—with artists Matthew Clark and Karl Kerschl—which featured the Ruin storyline and tie-ins to Identity Crisis and Infinite Crisis.
The podcast that explores the modern era of Superman and Superman-related comics from a humanist perspective, and examines real life through the lens of a Superman fan!
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Perry Constantine (Superhero Cinephiles podcast) dig into the forgotten early 00s “Adventures of Superman” run (issues no.590-623) by writer Joe Casey, which remains uncollected and largely MIA from the DC app.
The podcast enters a new era starting with episode 101! Connor-El is joined by Dave from Signal of Doom to talk Superman vs Lobo, Superman’s secret identity returning, Clark Kent, Conner Kent and more!
This week Zach is joined by Michael Bailey from From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast to discuss the one hundred fifty sixth episode of Smallville, “Instinct.”
Clark gathers the Supermen of the Multiverse to fight back against the enigmatic Prophecy in “Superman no.15,” and Kara foils her father’s plan to sacrifice Earth to save Argo City in “Supergirl no.5-6.”
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Chris Clow (Discovery Debrief podcast) dig into a pair of Superman stories from the post-Infinite Crisis, pre-New 52 era: “Camelot Falls” by Kurt Busiek and Carlos Pacheco and “The Black Ring” by Paul Cornell and Pete Woods.
This week Zach is joined by Kevonte Chilous from Always Hold On To Arrow to discuss the one hundred fifty fifth episode of Smallville, “Toxic.” They talk Oliver’s flashbacks, compare Smavllille’s version of the Green Arrow’s origin to Arrow’s, and sing the praises of Cassidy Freeman as Tess! You only have 12 hours to listen to the latest Always Hold On To Smallville, and whatever you do…don’t go to a hospital!
In this week’s episode of Superman: The Animated Podcast I am joined by Tyler Patrick, one of the hosts of the Krypton Report and we talk about the DC animated movie titled, Batman and “Superman: Battle of the Super Sons.”