DC superheroes laid the groundwork for all others that followed. Join Comic Book Syndicate as they explore DC superheroes, from Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to Dr. Occult, Slam Bradley and more! Each episode follows one DC superhero as they evolve from the Golden Age to the Silver Age to Bronze Age.



Episode #15 | Green Lantern

3 different Green Lanterns for 3 different ages. Reviewing All-American Comics #16 ("The Origin Of Green Lantern", by Bill Finger and Martin Nodell), Showcase #22 ("S.O.S. Green Lantern", by John Broome and Gil Kane), and Green Lantern #87 ("Beware My Power!" by Denny O'Neil, Neal Adams and Dick Giordano). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:57:00 9/18/2023

Past Episodes

wsg Paul Carbonaro Reviewing More Fun Comics #67 ("The Origin of Doctor Fate", by Gardner Fox and Howard Sherman), 1st Issue Special #1 ("The Immortal Destiny", by Martin Pasko and Walt Simonson) and Doctor Fate #1 ("Cycles", by J.M. DeMatteis, Keith Giffen and Dave Hunt). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:40:05 9/4/2023
Adam-Antium joins Joshua Murr-VELL and Mike-EL for an Hour-Long discussion about Hour-Man! Possibly the worst DC superhero of the Golden Age was revived, legacy'd, then replaced by a robot, but never quite caught on. Reviewing "Presenting 'Tick-Tock' Tyler, the Hour-Man" (Adventure Comics #48, by Ken Fitch, Bernard Baily), "Solomon Grundy Goes on a Rampage!" (Showcase #55, by Gardner Fox, Murphy Anderson), (JLA #12 Grant Morrison, Howard Porter, John Dell). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
01:18:08 8/14/2023
Reviewing Superman #61 ("The Kid From Krypton", by Bill Finger and Al Plastino), Superboy #8 ("When Superboy Was A Superbaby!" by Bill Finger and Curt Swan) and Action Comics #158 ("The Kid From Krypton!", writer unknown, art by Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:50:13 7/31/2023
Paul Carbonaro joins Josh and Mike for a look at another iconic DC superhero. Reviewing "The Spectre!" and "The Spectre Strikes! (More Fun Comics #52 and #53, by Jerry Siegel and Bernard Baily), "The Wrath of the Spectre" (Adventure Comics #431, by Michael Fleisher, Russell Carley, Jim Aparo), and "Vessels) (The Spectre #1, by Doug Moench, Gene Colan, Steve Mitchell). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:57:26 7/10/2023
Three very different characters from DC Comics are the topic of this week's show: the superhero Johnny Thunder ("The Kidnapping of Johnny Thunder", Flash Comics #1, by John B. Wentworth and Stan Aschmeier), Western hero Johnny Thunder ("Introducing Johnny Thunder", All-American Comics #100, by Robert Kanigher and Alex Toth), and the hard-boiled detective/robot spider-fighter Jonni Thunder (Jonni Thunder #1, by Roy and Dann Thomas and Dick Giordano). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:53:14 6/26/2023
Adam-Antium joins Mike-EL and Joshua Murr-VELL for another deep dive into DC Superhero History. Reviewing "The Origin of Hawkman" (Flash Comics #1, by Gardner Fox and Dennis Neville), "Creature of a Thousand Shapes!" (The Brave And The Bold #34, by Fox and Joe Kubert), and "Flashzone" (Hawkworld #1, by Tim Truman and Enrique Alcatena). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
01:12:53 6/5/2023
Paul Carbonaro and Brad Faye join Mike-EL for this week's discussion. The legendary DC superhero that defined three eras of superhero fun. Reviewing Flash Comics #1 (by Gardner Fox and Harry Lampert), Showcase #4 (by Robert Kanigher, Carmine Infantino and Joe Kubert), and Flash #1 (by Mike Baron, Jackson Guice and Larry Mahlstedt). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:49:41 5/22/2023
Bill Finger and Bob Kane's landmark superhero appears in three different origin stories: THE BAT-MAN! Reviewing Detective Comics #33 (by Bill Finger, with Bob Kane), Batman #47 (by Bill Finger, with Bob Kane) and Detective Comics #235 (by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
00:57:00 5/8/2023
Comparing Wesley Dodds, Garrett Sandford and Dream. Reviewing World's Fair Comics #1 (Gardner Fox, Bert Christman), Sandman #1 (Jack Kirby, Joe Simon) and Sandman #1 (Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, Mike Dringenberg). www.ComicBookSyndicate.com
01:31:00 4/17/2023
Kev-N joins Josh & Mike for another look at DC Comics' storied history. Before Batman (but after Green Hornet), Jim Chamber created DC's first pulp-style vigilante: The Crimson! (But actually, The Crimson Avenger). Reviewing Detective Comics #20 ("Block Buster") by Chambers, DC Comics Presents #38: "Whatever Happened To The Crimson Avenger?" by Len Wein, Alex Saviuk and Dennis Jensen, and Sandman Mystery Theatre #43: "The Phantom Of The Fair Act Three" by Matt Wagner, Steven T. Seagle and Guy Davis.
00:53:55 4/10/2023

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