Paul takes a look at New Adventures of Superboy 21. Superboy meets his match with Super Salesman Huey B Mckay. Huey can sell anything to anyone, including a new super power!
Paul, Travis and Michael talk about Superboy and the Legion 257. Topics include: Legion speculation in the Crisis on Earth X crossover event on the CW, Gerry Conway’s run on the Legion, Steve Ditko’s fill-in stories and the paradox of fun-size candy bars.
The Legionnaires resort to desperate measures to restore Brainiac 5’s sanity, and it’s making the Subs crazy!
The Subs go back in time to Smallville, and then back even further to Krypton on a fateful day, in order to save the world. It’s fill-in madness, along with the latest in Legion news and some character talk.
The Subs talk about part 2 of the League of Super Assassins story, but before that, they get into a discussion (thanks to James Purcell on the Facebook page) about Alan Moore and Curt Swan’s Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow. Was it a response to the darkening of comics, or was it a further salvo in that darkening? Listen to our thoughts, and share your own on the Facebook page, or by email!
It’s new villain time, and Darren, Travis and Paul are going to tell you all about the first appearance of the League of Super-Assassins. Meanwhile, Paul attempts to restore a balance to the show, by bringing in contributions from other Canadians!
The Subs talk Hallowe’en traditions and plans, and their favourite horror movies, then they get into Superboy and the Legion 252. Who’s the craziest Legionnaire in this issue?
The Subs finish up the Steve Apollo story. Matter Eater Lad saves the day, so what more could anyone want? In case you need more, we salute the 500th episode of 11 o’Clock Comics, and talk a bit about what they’ve each been reading
The Subs finally learn the truth behind the murder of An Ryd, from way back in issue 239. It’s Legion Traitor time!
It’s Canadian Thanksgiving, and so Paul takes you back to a time that three Canadians made their way south of the border, and the shenanigans that occurred. Happy Thanksgiving to our Canadian listeners, and Happy Monday to everyone else!