Before “Super Summer” comes to an end the guys discuss their bonus Superman reads and viewings before reflecting on all they learned from the “Man of Steel” this summer.
How would 20th century historical events change if we had a Superman? Mark Russell explores just that in Superman: Space Age.
Pod favorite Tom King returns with his take on “Supergirl”. With gorgeous art from Bilquis Evely, this volume makes a perfect addition to “Super Summer”
The boys take a slight detour from “Super Summer” to discuss the newest DC film “The Flash”, but don’t worry because there is a “Super” character to discuss in the movie.
As the boys fly deeper into Superman summer, they wrapped their capes around the first few episodes of the seminal Superman cartoon from the 90’s “Superman: The Animated Series”.
The first book to kickoff “Super Summer” is Superman: For All Seasons where the truly dynamic duo of Jeff Loeb and Tim Sale re-introduce Superman to a 90’s audience.
In this variant episode the boys run through their upcoming summer event which is all about Superman. Hear the boys history and feelings about the character along with a preview of the Superman titles they will be reading and watching this summer.
Not all animals are equal in volume one of Xavier Dorison’s comic series Animal Castle. Josh and Travis discuss what this book has to offer beyond the Animal Farm comparisons.
Boom! Another pitch club coming at you! This time the boys pitch comic stories based of some of their favorite wrestlers from the past.
The boys read Daniel Warren Johnson’s 7 issue comic “Do a Powerbomb”. If you ever need a comic to scratch your professional wrestling itch, this might be the one.