Tyler and James are joined by Nate from Superman: The Animated Podcast to discuss the 25th Anniversary of “Superman: The Animated Series.”More
The Daily Planet will be making the big leap from farm to city in our upcoming move to Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Host Anthony Desiato begins an epic eight-part deep dive into the period of Superman history from 1986 to 1993, also known as the post-‘Crisis On Infinite Earths” relaunch through the “Death and Return of Superman!”
Zach and Sarah discuss the fifteenth episode of “Superman & Lois,” “Last Sons of Krypton.” We talk our incorrect predictions, if the first season finale lived up to the high bar set by the rest of the season, that implications of that last scene, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and more! So journey with us back to Smallville for these new adventures of Lois & Clark and Always Hold On To Superman & Lois!
Tyler, James and Bryan discuss “The Suicide Squad,” DC Comics, Superman, “smgpods,” “Titans,” Superboy and more in the latest Krypton Report
Zach and Sarah discuss the fourteenth episode of “Superman & Lois,” “The Eradicator.” We talk “Smallville” references, if the Cushings will stay or go, the action/drama balance of this episode, and more! So journey with us back to Smallville for these new adventures of Lois & Clark and Always Hold On To Superman & Lois!
Host Anthony Desiato shares a personal story about how Superman, specifically a poignant moment from the pilot episode of the CW television series “superman & Lois,” inspired a recent career move. Featuring returning guest Jeremy Frutkin.
This summer I took on the endeavor of watching the iconic Superman television show, “Smallville.” In college, I watched the first three seasons of the show, but unfortunately, life got in the way. Recently, the inspiration hit me to revisit “Smallville,” and I’m so glad it did.
Watch my reaction to all the frustration featured in the latest episode of “Superman & Lois.” Jordan and Sarah are arrested. Trust in Smallville is depleting. Tal-Rho has something planned.
After the fallout of the previous episodes, Smallville citizens have many unanswered questions. The Man of Steel has questions of his own, especially ones that bring up possibilities of an indestructible-corrupted hero. Watch content creator Kassie’s Take reactions to the latest events in the latest “Superman & Lois” episode.
On Friday afternoon Collider broke the news that the long-rumored Superman project with Michael B. Jordan is being revived at HBO Max. This project is separate from the previously announced Superman project that would be produced by J.J. Abrams with Ta-Nehisi Coates as the scribe.
Superman saves the world, and saves his family when “Superman & Lois: The Complete First Season” releases on Blu-ray and DVD on Oct. 19, 2021 from Warner Bros.
Watching “Superman and Lois” (almost) every week always rekindles my inspiration. I’ve been a prolonged Superman fan for over two decades and this show just adds to my obsessive spirit for the Man of Steel and all related characters.
When the somber news of Richard Donner’s passing at age 91 broke on Monday, July 5, 2021, social media was flooded with commiseration from fans, colleagues, comic writers and many of the fellow entertainers that the famed director had worked with and influenced over the decades including Kevin Feige, Zack Snyder, Steven Spielberg, Frank Miller, Tom Taylor and many more.
“Superman and Lois” on The CW continues to be utterly perfect by simply letting the story progress at an organic pace. It’s led by prolific acting and intense story dynamics that toe the line of reality through a fictional lens. However, that’s where the genius comes into form, due to passion, and the attention to detail from the writers. Even the actors once seen as a role being portrayed are the characters in every aspect.