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Alex Koch. Mike Napier. James Lewis. Children of the nineties, lovers of sequential art, NERDS -- coming of age in a world they never made, these three students of the comic page found themselves united by a common hobby. On that day, A PODCAST WAS BORN -- tasked with discussing the topics no single fan could properly examine!
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17: "TUBERMAN" (Challenge Of The Supertoons Part I)
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or "The Strange Proposal of The Trevor-Darkseid Team!" In part one of our new, five-part series on the history of animated adaptations, we get things rolling with DC's contributions to the field from 1941-1992. From the glory of the Fleischer shorts to the utter bafflement of the Superfriends, your hosts sift through one of American animation's greatest dry spells to solve the era's greatest mysteries: Why won't Superman stop moaning? What dark secret is Gleek hiding from the Wonder Twins? And how does it all tie back to the 2002 sports comedy Juwanna Mann? To find out, well, you'll just have to listen! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GraphicNovelism Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/graphic-novelism/id1005133566 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=68076&refid=stpr Twitter: https://twitter.com/GraphicNovelism Tumblr: http://graphicnovelismpodcast.tumblr.com/ Music used: Neuro Rhythm by Jens Kiilstofte https://machinimasound.com/music/neurorhythm/ Licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/) FURTHER READING This episode's intro music was "The All New Super Friends Hour Intro 1977 Remix" by Yevheniy Kutsenko Kaptainkristian's excellent video on the artistry of the Fleischer Superman shorts And then sigh heavily at the existence of The New Adventures of Superman The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure! A union that would last the test of time. The Flash vs. Bugsy Malone: The SLOWEST melee of them all! SEIZURE WARNING: Batman With Robin The Boy Wonder (no, seriously, seizure warning) Make out... make out... OH GOD HE'S HUGE The Filmations that never were Our only look at the Wonder Woman that almost was The dramatic origin of B'Wana Beast, who we swear is a real character Listen to Paul Dini talk about his sad, sad time at Filmation on his episode of The Nerdist The time Darkseid became Steve Trevor and turned Wonder Woman into a diamond One of the only clips from Ruby-Spears Superman we could find. Tremble before El Luthor and his senoritas! A montage from the show's Wonder Woman episode, with some particularly George Perez-influenced visuals. An evil live-action Plastic Man with amorous intentions. Good luck sleeping tonight, True Subscribers Beats for "Penetrate Krypton (ft. Filmation Superman)" by DJ Hipsters And finally, let's take a fond look back at the greatest hero of them all...