Paul flies solo this week, while the rest of the Subs recover from turkey comas. This week, we look at a story that predates the Legion (but really, don’t they all?) from Superboy #47, March 1956. Superboy accidentally travels to the future, and meets his adult self! Hilarity ensues!
Left to his own devices while on vacation, Paul dives past the fact that we just left you on a cliffhanger, and looks at Superboy’s first meeting with Jimmy Olsen back in Superboy #55. Then it’s a look through Jimmy’s past, present and future.
With everyone else off at conventions and other long weekend extravaganzas, Paul once again looks at a Superboy team up, as Robin The Boy Wonder Travels back in time to meet the Boy of Steel.
Superboy Meets Heroes from the Future! Join Paul as he looks in on Superboy and young Bruce Wayne, aka Batlad, in a story some of the DC editors (on panel, no less) didn’t want you to see!
Paul takes another look at what happens when Superboy Meets Heroes From The Future. This time, Supergirl comes back to visit her cousin Superboy, destroying the time space continuum, and setting in motion the chain of events that will lead to her death at the hands of the Anti-Monitor… or maybe instead they just hang out, play catch and that other stuff doesn’t happen at all. You’ll have to listen to see which is true!
Paul is on a mission in deep space, but fortunately, he has his recording gear, and a Superboy comic! In this episode, Paul looks at the first time Clark Kent met Oliver Queen!
When Long Weekend Schedules conspire to defeat the Subs, it’s Paul’s box of Superboy comics to the rescue. Do you think the Legion were the only heroes from the future that Superboy met? In fact, it used to be a regular thing for the young Kal-El to either travel through time and meet other heroes, or he would meet them in the years before they became heroes, and as with the Legion, would provide them with some inspiration in their heroic ways. Here is one such tale, from The New Adventures of Superboy, issue 13, when Clark meets a boy born without fear.