A weekly podcast hosted by Charlie Niemeyer covering Superman's adventures from 1970 to 1986. New episodes are available every Wednesday. Superman created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
Episode 117 Finale
After a bit of a delay, we reach the final episode. Emails are read, thanks are given, and I recommend ways to fill the void the show will be leaving. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for all the support over the past 4 years.
Episode 116 Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow
In the penultimate episode, J David Weter returns one final time to look at part 2 of Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
Episode 115 Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow
J David Weter returns as we look at part 1 of the final Bronze Age tale: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?
Episode 114 Death Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry
DC Retroactive: The 70s Superman is reviewed with Special Guest Michael Bradley
Episode 113 The Turnabout Trap
Almost 1 year after his run on Superman came to an end, Marty Pasko returned for 1 more story. In Superman 349, Superman finds himself stuck on an alternate Earth where all of the male and female roles have been reversed. But who set up this trap, and why?
Episode 112 Mxyzptlk Spelled Backward is T-R-O-U-B-L-E!
It's a special "Early Release" episode of Superman in the Bronze Age! In this episode, Mr. Mxyzptlk returns, only this time, he really doesn't want to. Meanwhile, Superman undergoes a transformation that makes turning into a blue energy being look like a walk in the park. Plus, new hairstyles for Lois and Lana!
Charlie picks some of the all time great Superman tales, and makes them even better, by sharing some insight, and some fun. Great download week after week.
Great Podcast with a Great Podcaster
This is the Superman I grew up with. So I naturally gravitated to this podcast. You can tell that Mr. Niemeyer puts alot into every show. He is very knowledgeable, does the research and has a great sense of humor. (Love the "Hostess" ads) I was happy when Mr. Weter joined the show with his review of Superboy comics. Always been a Superboy fan, so that added to why I wanted to listen.
If you want to know about Superman and/or Superboy during the 70s to 1985, look no further than "Superman In The Bronze Age"!!!!
Russell Bragg (Clarksburg, WV)