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Welcome to episode 87 of The Thrilling Adventures of Superman. The show’s mission is to explore the history and development of the Superman in his formative years by chronicling the Man of Steel’s Golden Age adventures in comics, radio and film.
Clark Kent accompanies Lois Lane to the nearby town of Brentville. They find the town is, literally, a sleepy little town as everyone who enters inexplicably is sent to Dreamland. Can the Daily Planet’s finest, with a little help from Superman, unravel the mystery? Find out as Michael looks at the Superman story from ACTION COMICS #31!
“Tough guys, eh? I’ll have to teach you a little lesson!”
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Welcome to episode 11 of Green Lantern’s Light! Each episode, we look at the stories of Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardner and the entire Green Lantern Corps, beginning with GREEN LANTERN #172 from 1983.
This episode, after a brief bit of listener feedback, the guys take a look at GREEN LANTERN (Vol. 2) #199 and GREEN LANTERN (Vol. 2) #200. Only two issues this time, but they mark a major turning point in the life of the Corps. Everything that’s been building over the last few episodes culminates here and sets the stage for the next millennium!
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