Episode 32

Published on:

13th Oct 2021

The Death of Superman (Crisis 'Til Death VII)

Host Anthony Desiato finally digs into the story that got him into comics and made him a lifelong Superman fan as "Crisis 'Til Death" continues! In Part VII, Anthony and guest Bernie Gerstmayr discuss the legendary 90s storylines "The Death of Superman" and "Funeral for a Friend," featuring Superman's fight to the finish against Doomsday and a world without a Superman.

This episode covers SUPERMAN #74-77, ACTION #684-686, ADVENTURES #497-500, MAN OF STEEL #18-21, and JUSTICE LEAGUE AMERICA #69-70, featuring the work of Jerry Ordway & Tom Grummett, Dan Jurgens, Roger Stern & Jackson Guice, and Louise Simonson & Jon Bogdanove.

"Crisis 'Til Death" runs WEEKLY, so come back in 1 week for Part VIII (aka the finale)!

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Digging for Kryptonite: A Superman Fan Journey
From the Host of My Comic Shop History
Host Anthony Desiato (My Comic Shop History) takes flight with an ongoing podcast series exploring Superman! Digging for Kryptonite is an examination of Krypton's Last Son across time and media, with deep dives into the creative visions, character elements, eras, and individual stories that have shaped the Man of Steel and the larger DC Universe for over 85 years. New episodes every Tuesday.
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Anthony Desiato

Anthony Desiato, owner and founder of Flat Squirrel Productions, is a lifelong Superman fan, documentary filmmaker (MY COMIC SHOP COUNTRY), and podcaster. He hosts a network of podcasts including: DIGGING FOR KRYPTONITE, ANOTHER EXCITING EPISODE IN THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, SUMMONING THE ZORDS, and MY COMIC SHOP HISTORY.