Superboy takes Bash Bashford to a parallel earth, on which simple gas masks are amazing disguises, to show him the spirit of Christmas. From New Adventures of Superboy 39, way back in December 1982 (March 1983 cover date).
Paul looks at New Adventures of Superboy 38, and its follow-up in Superman, issues 381 and 382 (with a brief look at Superman 380). What happens when Superman and Superboy switch brains? Find out here!
Paul takes a look at New Adventures of Superboy issues 36 and 37, in which a meek and mild schoolteacher takes on the Boy of Steel, and wins!
Paul takes a look at New Adventures of Superboy 34 and 35, the first story of the Yellow Peri. Where else did she appear? What’s her connection to Red Dead Redemption 2? Listen in and find out!
The Superboy Revenge Squad shows up to do what they do best. Save Superboy? Wait a second… Don’t worry. It all gets cleared up in this episode!
In which Paul, left to his own devices, shows that he can indeed read a superhero comic, but when it comes to handling This Week in Legion History learns, that he can’t remember what books Doug Moench worked on, or that Steve Dillon never actually drew an issue of The Wanderers (Dave Hoover pencilled them all), but rather did designs that were thrown out before the book began. All that aside, it’s a cracking reading of New Adventures of Superboy #31, where Superboy goes up against Earth Born superhero, Pulsar!
Paul digs into New Adventures of Superboy issue 30. Superboy deals with both magic and science, as a mysterious fire creature terrorizes Smallville.
He’s back! The man that could sell hype lessons to Stan Lee, Huey B Mckay shows up again ready to build the greatest Superboy theme park ever built! From New Adventures of Superboy 29, May 1982.
In this episode of The Superboy Chronicles, Paul takes a look at New Adventures of Superboy 27 and 28. Superboy meets a couple of outlaw Kryptonians who have a big secret about Superboy. Also, Dial H for Hero starts its run in the pages of Superboy.
Paul takes a look at what happens when Professor Potter makes Clark Kent the Grooviest Guy in Smallville! Also, Superboy travels back in time to do some homework, and learns something he never thought he’d forget!