At yesterday’s ComicsPRO convention, DC illuminated the “Dawn of DC” timeline to reveal its Summer event, Knight Terrors, written by Joshua Williamson (“Superman”) with art by Howard Porter (“The Flash”), Guillem March (“The Joker”), and more.More
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Bernie Gerstmayr dig into the Jon Kent-starring “Son of Kal-El” series from writer Tom Taylor, along with the “Kal-El Returns” event and the landmark “Action Comics no.1050,” which set the stage for a new era of the Super-titles.
Host Anthony Desiato discusses “No Holds Barred” (Season 1, Episode 11) with guest Rich Roney, who also shares his memories of watching “Adventures of Superman” as a child in 1960s.
Tyler and James, with special guest Nathan and Solo, rank the Superman animated films.
On the eve of their 8th anniversary Tyler, James and Bryan discuss “The Flash” Movie trailer.
Jon and Damian get into shenanigans at LexCorp in “Super Sons no.6.” Lex, Ra’s al Ghul, and Circle form their own dark Trinity in “Trinity no.7.” Superman tries to sort out his own continuity in “Action Comics no.977.”
A new trailer for this summer’s DC blockbuster debuted during the 57th Super Bowl yesterday.
Tyler, James, Bryan and Solomon talk about the “Legion of Superheroes” animated films and 5 things they want and 5 things they don’t want from James Gunn’s proposed “Superman Legacy.”
Tyler and James talk “Action Comics no.1051,” “New Superman” and finish season one of “The Legion of Heroes” TV show.
Host Anthony Desiato discusses “The Secret of Superman” (Season 1, Episode 10) with guest V Ken Marion (artist on “Deathshroud”).
“Superman & Lois” is possibly one of The CW’s most impactful shows currently on air. It’s also one of the most expensive, costing the network nearly $5 million per episode to make, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
DC is celebrating International Women’s Day, March 8, with eight variant covers honoring some of the most powerful women in the DC Universe.
Tyler and James talk about all the latest DC news, including the new “Shazam 2” Trailer and James Gunn’s new DC film slate. They also talk about “DC Titians” and “Doom Patrol” being cancelled.
Superman and Lois learn Other Clark’s true identity and are pulled into a terrifying game to try and win back their son.
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Tyler Patrick (Krypton Report podcast) dig into the classic Bronze Age capper “For the Man Who Has Everything” by Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons, along with its adaptations on “Justice League Unlimited” and “Supergirl.”
Tyler and Keisha interview actor Cress Williams (Black Lightning) for the Multiverse FunRaiser.