Tuesday, November 29, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY 300



Join me in celebrating 300 episodes as I talk about G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 300 and the future of Just Another Fanboy!

G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 300 was published by IDW on November 23, 2022 and was created by Larry Hama, SL Gallant, Maria Keane, J. Brown, and Neil Uyetake.

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Monday, November 28, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 030



A scientist invents a powerful weapon in his apartment, the Ultra-Humanite uses a cat to help steal this weapon, and Superman fights a pair of robots.

All that and more as Ed and Steeven talk about Superman and the Atomic Disintegrator from Action Comics #21 which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of February 1940.



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Thursday, November 24, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY PRESENTS 007



Guardian attempts to breathe some air into Superman's lungs, Cadmus arrives to cart away the bodies, and Terrible Turpin swings for the fences.

All that and more today as we melt into Week Seven of the Death of Superman crossover event with The Adventures of Superman #498 by Jerry Ordway, Tom Grummett, Doug Hazlewood, Glenn Whitmore, and Albert DeGuzman.

This issue was published by DC Comics on November 24, 1992.

Introduction by Matt, the host of the Superman Radio Revisited podcast.


Issue synopsis from DCFandom.com.

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Monday, November 21, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 029



A famous Hollywood actress retires, abducts a bunch of her famous Hollywood friends, ransoms them for a large sum of money, and then tries to kill them all.

All that and more as Ed and Steeven talk about Superman and the Screen Siren from Action Comics #20 which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of January 1940.


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Thursday, November 17, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY PRESENTS 006



This is it folks, the moment we all knew was coming, and the event that drives every Superman tale for the next ten months and beyond.

Doomsday and Superman face each other for the big battle that will cost the world their most beloved hero, the heroes of the DC Universe commiserate over their loss, and Booster Gold feels like a failure.

All that and more today as we collapse into Week Six of the Death of Superman crossover event as we look at two issues: 

Superman #75 by Dan Jurgens, Brett Breeding, Glenn Whitmore, and John Costanza.

Justice League America #70 by Dan Jurgens, Rick Burchett, Gene D'Angelo, and Willie Schubert.

Both issues were published by DC Comics on November 17, 1992.

Issue synopsis from DCFandom.com.

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Finally, if you have made it to this point in the show notes, here is a big THANK YOU from me, to you, for showing some interest in this silly little audio show in which I sit in front of a microphone and talk about comic books.

I put a lot of work into these episodes each and every week, and I've spent many sleepless nights, and suffered from more than one attack of overwhelming anxiety, as I continuously worry over the show.

Did I choose the right format? Should I have a cohost? Why aren't I producing more episodes this week? Why aren't I podcasting right now instead of typing up all of this? Are my choices in comics driving people away? Is it my voice? My humor? My passion? Do I need a better microphone? Am I wasting my time with all this? Should I start over? Why hasn't anyone downloaded the show today? What am I doing wrong? HAVE I MADE ALL THE WRONG CHOICES!? HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO KNOW!? 

These are just some of the questions that often buzz around in my head all day, everyday, and while I can often be quite skilled at ignoring it all, there are the rare moments when it all just shuts me down.

Despite all of that, I do rather enjoy podcasting. It can be quite therapeutic in a whole lotta ways. But, to be fair, all of it would more than a little pointless without you: THE LISTENER.

Without you, I might as well be standing in the middle of an empty field shouting nonsense to the sky, which, if I'm being completely honest, can actually be quite fun. It's just that, people tend to start looking at you differently when they catch you out there.

So yes, while I enjoy podcasting, and for much of it, I podcast for me (because I have to talk about this stuff, I mean I just HAVE to), I do this for you as well.

So once more, thank you.

You, Dear Listener, are aces in my book.

Monday, November 14, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 028



Lois puts herself in harm's way to get a story, Clark is thrown into the sea, and Superman flings a few thugs around. 

All this and more as Ed and Steeven talk about Superman and the Jewel Smugglers, the second Superman story that appeared in Superman #3, which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of Winter, 1939.

Story synopsis provided by: dc.fandom.com


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Thursday, November 10, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY PRESENTS 005



Superman and Doomsday take the fight to Metropolis, many people die, and Supergirl is turned into putty.

All that and more today as we rage into Week Five of the Death of Superman crossover event with Superman: The Man of Steel #19 by Louise Simonson, Jon Bogdanove, Dennis Janke, Bill Oakley, and Glenn Whitmore.

This issue published by DC Comics on November 10, 1992.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY BONUS EPISODE



Here's just a little something I put together for you to listen to while you're waiting for Episode 300.

Clips are taken from:

Episode 1 - Middlewest and Murder Falcon - 8/13/2019

Episode 64 - What's Wrong With Superman - 12/13/2019

Episode 105 - The Bright Side of Life - 5/28/20

Episode 168 - Firsts: Vision - 2/25/21

Episode 187 - A Small Moment of Substance - 5/4/21

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Monday, November 7, 2022

THE SUPERMAN SUPER SHOW 027



An orphan escapes from an abusive orphanage, Lois and Clark try and lose a pair of rival reporters, and a bad man goes real bad.

All this and more as Ed and Steeven talk about Superman and the Runaway, the Superman story that appeared in Superman #3, which was published by DC Comics with a cover date of Winter, 1939.

Story synopsis provided by: dc.fandom.com


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Thursday, November 3, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY PRESENTS 004



Superman and Doomsday continue their brawl, Superman begins to feel fatigued, and Doomsday falls in love with a commercial for the professional wrestling event: War-Bash 9000!

All that and more today as we soar into Week Four of the Death of Superman crossover event with Action Comics #684 by Roger Stern, Jackson Guice, Denis Rodier, Bill Oakley, and Glenn Whitmore.

This issue published by DC Comics on November 3, 1992.

Issue synopsis from DCFandom.com

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Tuesday, November 1, 2022

JUST ANOTHER FANBOY 299



In 1975 writer Doug Moench and artist Don Perlin, in need of a villain powerful enough to subdue and capture a werewolf, created a throw away character they called: The Moon Knight.

47 years later Moon Knight is a hero who punishes evildoers, despite battling with Dissociative Identity Disorder. He is the Fist of Khonshu, the avatar of an Egyptian Moon God, and the star of his own self titled six episode mini series on Disney Plus set smack dab in the middle of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  

This is the third part in a multi-part series of episodes in which I look at the publishing history of Moon Knight in Marvel Comics to see how the character went from a minor villain in a book about a werewolf, to the complex, multifaceted hero with enough pull to headline his own TV Show.

Today, dear listeners, I'm looking at Marvel Spotlight #29: The Deadly Gambit of Conquer-Lord by Doug Moench, Don Perlin, Irene Vartanoff, and Debra James.

Marvel Spotlight 28 was published by Marvel Comics on May 11, 1976.

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