Superman & Batman, Episode 34

September 1st, 2015  Posted at   Superman & Batman

Superman & BatmanWelcome to episode 34 of SUPERMAN & BATMAN, featuring your two favorite heroes in one podcast together!

The show’s premise is simple: Each episode, host Michael Bradley celebrates seven decades of the World’s Finest heroes by looking at stories featuring the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight, chosen at random mostly from the pages of World’s Finest Comics.

This episode

“Gotham City — Ghost City!”

ORIGINAL PUBLICATION: World’s Finest Comics #259 (cover date November 1979)

WHAT TO EXPECT: Superman and Batman trapped in a mystery they never solved!

ALSO FEATURING: Batman punching, Superman lifting and aliens confusing.

PLUS: A look at the book’s other content and what else was on the stands!

DOWNLOAD: Directly or via iTunes

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One Response to “Superman & Batman, Episode 34”

  1. Matthew T. Cody says:

    Loved this show! I’ll have to track down this one. I have a sporadic World’s Finest collection, and I’m trying to fill in the gaps. Even though the story doesn’t get followed up on or really explained, your description of the art makes me want to gaze upon it. I also loved the DC geography lesson, and your research concerning the population of Gotham City. I’m from Iowa, so I would love it if you played the Superman radio show where it says Clark was raised in a small town in Iowa. Iowa may have got ret-conned out, but George Reeves and Brandon Routh both are from Iowa, and we got Captain Kirk’s future birthplace in Riverside, Iowa. Like yourself, I would rather claim Superman, but they do have an annual Trekfest that is fun to attend.

    Iowa also has a Central City, not far from Cedar Rapids. I would love to move there and become the curator of the Flash museum, but my wife says that should be something that we do after our retirement. In the meantime, I’ll be snapping my fingers in anticipation.

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