Episode 114 — Death Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

Episode 114

In 2011, DC Comics celebrated its 75th Anniversary by releasing special DC Retroactive issues, celebrating DC’s rich history. To celebrate Superman’s adventures in the 70s, Marty Pasko returned to write a story that takes place in or around his original run on the title. To help me cover this special issues, I am joined by my friend Michael Bradley, host of the Superman & Batman Podcast, and co-host of Parallel Lines: The DC Comics Tangent Universe Podcast.

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One thought on “Episode 114 — Death Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry

  1. Hi Charlie! Boy, this one was a long one, huh? If I had the time to check, I’d see if it was your longest. Probably not if you did any of the Superman movie commentaries. Or was that just on Charlie’s Geekcast? Sorry I can’t remember. It’s always nice to hear you and Michael Bradley do a show together. Thanks for plugging the show again, but you forgot to mention that you too did an episode covering DC Comics Presents #2. Most of the questions I had, you eventually answered during the episode. Could you tell me how long ago you recorded that one, if you don’t mind revealing podcast secrets? I may be recording my Christmas episode far in advance too, if I can figure what comic to cover. Overall it was a great show. I don’t know if I’d ever get this comic, but it was nice to hear about. Thanks for helping me learn and for keeping me entertained at work!

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