Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum revisit the season one finale of “Smallville” “Tempest” in the latest episode of their podcast “Talk Ville.”
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 November 1992, readers of “Superman no.75” (Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding) looked up wide-eyed from the last pages of what is now regarded as one of the most significant issues in comics history.
Host Anthony Desiato celebrates the milestone 30th anniversary of “The Death of Superman” with guest Bernie Gerstmayr, exploring both the 2022 comic book special reuniting the original creative teams as well as other tellings of Superman’s death across time and media.
Director Jaume Collet-Serra showcases the morality of our favorite heroes while peeling back the sorrow-stricken pain of Black Adam, who has never been given his chance to shine until now. Most notably, the film works its best when every character is given a choice while traversing the gray confinement of good and evil.
Host Anthony Desiato and guest Jeremy Frutkin dig into the mid-90s video game “The Death and Return of Superman” for SNES and Sega Genesis, examining the game’s difficulty level, faithfulness to the source material, and variety of playable characters.
Superman and Lois try to stop Frankenstein’s rampage through Hamilton County, and Supergirl struggles to stop a zombie cyborg Kryptonian invasion of Earth.