Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Episode 36. ALL-STAR SUPERMAN (2011)

All-Star Superman, the comic, teamed an all-star creative teamGrant Morrison and Frank Quitelywith all-star charactersSuperman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, etc.for a legendary limited run of 12 issues. All-Star Superman, the film, combines this all-star comic with the all-stars of DC Animation—including the voice casting of Andrea Romano and the production of Bruce Timmresulting in what is arguably one of their best direct-to-DVD efforts. It's only fitting that the all-stars of podcastingDru and Dave... OK, fine, we're pretty much the bottom of the podcast barrel, but at least we love us some Superman. Listen in as we gush over the god, the myth, the man: All-Star Superman

Episode breakdown:
0:00 - 12:47: Opening banter (including our apologies to James, the Festival de Nouveau Cinema, the extent of Dru's terrible memory, Dave's attempts to see Looper)
12:47 - 13:23: All-Star Superman trailer
13:23 - 1:11:22: Main discussion: All-Star Superman
1:11:22 - 1:20:54: Closing remarks (including Condorman)


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1 comment:

  1. Dru, first thank you for mentioning Supes saving the teenager from jumping, because it is arguably my favourite moment in all of comics (from what is arguably my favourite comic).

    I think you two really nail what makes All-Star Superman – the books and the film – so special.

    Also, I used to love Condorman. I rented that movie on a monthly basis when I was a kid.