Episode #43: DC Comics Presents #43 (Superman & The Legion Of Super-Heroes)

Episode 43

Episode #43 (Superman & The Legion Of Super-Heroes)


This time out, we’ll be getting into DC Comics Presents #43. We’ll begin the episode with some Listener Feedback, plus a celebratory Facebook number is mentioned.  (there’s also some new begging and groveling for feedback and I-Tunes reviews!)  I will be presenting an “updated” Spotlight for Superman’s Guest, The Legion Of Super-Heroes.  (You may notice the difference in sound quality)  I had to do another Hostess Ad (SORRY!)  And finally, we will take a trip to the Comic Spinner Rack.

Episode #42: DC Comics Presents #42 (Superman & The Unknown Soldier)

Episode 42

Episode #42 (Superman & The Unknown Soldier)


This time out, we’ll be getting into DC Comics Presents #42.  We start the show with some Listener Feedback.  I will be presenting a Spotlight for Superman’s Guest, The Unknown Soldier.  Our “Whatever Happened To..?” segment deals with the Golden Age Sandman.  The Hostess Ads have not ended just yet.  Thanks to Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (from Tales Of The JSA), another one will be performed.  And finally, we will take a trip to the Comic Spinner Rack.

Episode #41: DC Comics Presents #41 (Superman & The Joker)

Episode 41

Episode #41 (Superman & The Joker)


This time out, we’ll be getting into DC Comics Presents #41. I will be presenting a Spotlight for Superman’s Guest, The Joker.  Instead of a “Whatever Happened To..?” segment, this time around we will be getting into a 16-page preview of “The New Wonder Woman“. (No Hostess Ad this time…I hope the ads haven’t stopped yet!)  And finally, we will take a trip to the Comic Spinner Rack.

 

Episode #40: DC Comics Presents #40 (Superman & Metamorpho: The Element Man)

Episode 40

Episode #40 (Superman & Metamorpho)


Russell’s Comic Brag

World's Finest Comics 146

World’s Finest #146

While Batman visits Superman’s Fortress of Solitude, Superman observes five minutes of silence in Krypton’s memory. Pictures of Krypton stir Batman’s memory of his childhood. He remembers certain places on Krypton that Superman has never revealed to him. He also recalls flying on Earth. Batman believes that he too may be from Krypton.   Investigation of the mystery leads Batman to Dr. Thomas Ellison, a friend of his father. Bruce finds photographs in Ellison’s possession which confirm his suspicions. Ellison also withholds a secret belief that he caused Krypton’s destruction. Superman follows Batman to Ellison’s home, where the Caped Crusader is attempting to learn the truth. Ellison explains that using a telescope, he observed Krypton prior to the planet’s destruction. Toddler Bruce Wayne who lived next door to Ellison also observed Krypton. Ellison taught Bruce Kryptonian lore and using wires made it appear that Bruce could fly, accounting for Bruce’s memories. Ellison also observed that a reaction was building inside Krypton. He attempted to stop it using a neutralizing ray, but instead the device accelerated Krypton’s destruction. Superman is angered over the revelation. He uses a time-scope to force Ellison to watch his parents die. While watching, Superman and Ellison both see Jor-EL and Lara monitoring Krypton’s impending doom. Jor-EL detects Ellison’s intervention, but observes that the neutralizing ray has no effect. Krypton then explodes. Ellison’s conscious is finally cleared after learning that he was not responsible for destroying Krypton. Superman apologizes for his anger and thanks Ellison for attempting to save his world.


This time out, we’ll be getting into DC Comics Presents #40. We will start the show with a returning Russell’s Comic Brag.  Next, I will be presenting a Spotlight for Superman’s Guest, Metamorpho.  Our “Whatever Happened To..?” segment will delve into the Air Wave from the Golden Age where I will have a Spotlight Extra on him as well as the story itself.  This episodes’ Hostess Ad comes courtesy of Tales Of The JSA, hosted by Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey.  And finally, we will take a trip to the Comic Spinner Rack.