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Monthly Archives: February 2013
I’ve talked several times about Billy Hogan’s Superman Fan Podcast, where, each episode, he grabs his indestructible cape and travels back in time to the Silver Age of Superman. Recently, Billy invited me on episode 259 to discuss one of … Continue reading
The story from which this panel originates introduces the character of Dev-Em, who would become a recurring character in Legion of Super-Heroes stories through the reboot the Bronze Age. Post-Crisis and beyond, the character’s name has carried on, though with … Continue reading
Superman in the Bronze Age is a podcast hosted by Charlie Niemeyer looking at … well, Superman in the Bronze Age! The show launched in 2010 originally doing an issue-by-issue look at the Man of Steel’s adventures through that period. … Continue reading
Delays are inevitable in podcasting. But the best podcasters can make those delays work for them. Such is the case with Billy Hogan and episode 258 and his show, the Superman Fan Podcast. When his original plans for the episode … Continue reading
While not the first appearance of Superbaby, or even Jerry Siegel’s first use of the character, this panel from the story did inspire the issue’s cover, which is among Superbaby’s earliest (rare) cover appearances.