Episode 7 – Super Pet Tricks

Accompanied by their own Super Pets (Snorty the Super Pug (aka Charlie), cats Thomas Tuxedo, Zan and Jayna, and dogs Desi and Lucy), Paul, Darren and Ric take you through the first adventure of Krypto, Streaky, Beppo and Comet, the Legion of Super Pets. We even meet Streaky’s descendant Whizzy as we face Supergirl’s Greatest Challenge (well, second biggest after Crisis, right?).

Also, Legion news and listener feedback and a mysterious visit by arch foe, Computo!

Episode 6 – Bring on the Bad Guys

While their teammates Ric and Matt are on a mission in deep space, Paul (Wii Boy) and Darren (Condo Shopping Lad) tackle their toughest battle yet. Will our two intrepid heroes be able to stand up to the Legion of Super Villains?

Once they vanquish that threat, can they then battle the toughest foe of all, a stack of Ma Kent’s flapjacks? Find out, as they review The Secret of the Seventh Super-Hero.

Also, Darren and Paul take a look through the Substitute Podcasters’ mailbox and bring you some listener feedback! Keep the great feedback coming!

Episode 5 – Monday’s Child: A Spotlight on Mon-El

The Legionnaires dig deep to make sense of the history of Mon-El. Up next, we figure out World Peace and the economy.

It starts with a look at some recent Legion news, leading to some speculation as to the future of the Legion (we do have our wishlists!). Then we jump into Superboy 89, and start unravelling the puzzle of the man from Daxam. Lar Gand, Mon-El, Valor, M’Onel and back to Mon-El.

After this you’ll either know it all, or be just as perplexed as the rest of us!

Episode 4 – Legion of Three Worlds

The Legionnaires join in battle against their biggest foe yet: footnoting the first two issues of Legion of Three Worlds.

While Paul struggles to remain coherent, after participating, practically solo, in a 48 Hour Film Festival (he won, by the way!), Darren, Matt and Ric join him in digging into all of the little details of the exciting miniseries written by Geoff Johns, and illustrated in great, obsessive detail by George Perez.

Grab a glass of Silverale, kids, ’cause this one has more detail than Brainiac 5’s Masters Thesis!