PODCAST ALERT: Digging for Kryptonite digs deep into Byrne’s 22 flagship issues…
Some of you will heartily agree while some of you will naturally scoff at the notion.
Either way, it bears discussion and I was flattered to be part of a deep-dive look at Byrne’s Superman #1-22, which ran from late 1986 to mid 1988, on Anthony Desiato’s first-rate podcast Digging for Kryptonite.
Anthony and I explore all of the run’s major themes, highlights and shortcomings — as well as ponder what might have been had Byrne stayed on as long as he’d originally intended.
The episode kicks off an eight-week series that analyzes the Man of Steel from Crisis on Infinite Earths to The Death of Superman. Each new episode, featuring a variety of guests, is released Wednesdays and you can consult the list of links below to pick how best to listen:
You can also check out the show’s YouTube channel, Patreon and website, and join the Flat Squirrel Podcast Network Facebook group:
So grab your earphones, sit back and take a compelling aural trip to Metropolis. You’ll be glad you did.
— The Genius of JOHN BYRNE in One SUPERMAN Page. Click here.
— Why JOHN BYRNE’S SUPERMAN Was the Greatest Man of Steel Ever. Click here.