Monday, October 13, 2014

Who's Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC Universe, Volume XXIII

sgThe Fire and Water Podcast Presents: WHO'S WHO: THE DEFINITIVE PODCAST OF THE DC UNIVERSE, Volume XXIII

This time around we chat about WHO'S WHO: Volume XXIII, discussing characters such as Tarantula, The Teen Titans, Tellus, Terminator, Timber Wolf, and more! We wrap up the show with Listener Feedback!

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3 comments:

Xum Yukinori said...

Great show again gentlemen. Regarding the comment regarding Aisha Tyler and "Starfish" -- I suspect Alexander Osiris actually meant to type "StarFIRE" from the New Teen Titans -- but an autocorrect function decided to "help" him spell it. Of course, only Alexander and Ms. Tyler know for sure.

Xum Yukinori said...

As for why Barry Allen was in the surprint of the Thinker: I suspect that way a nod to the story in The Flash v1 #229, where he and Jay Garrick teamed-up to fight him. It was actually an interesting story in which the Thinker made Jay Garrick believe that he was getting a little incompetent as a crime fighter in his "old" age...

Xum Yukinori said...

Superwoman, as Kristen Wells, first appeared in a Superman prose novel written by Elliot S! Maggin entitled "Superman, Miracle Monday." She was a journalist student from the 29th century who traveled to our present (1981) to learn the origin of a holiday called "Miracle Monday". In the comics, she became a teacher that traveled again to the past (our present) to find out who the mysterious heroine known as "Superwoman" was (and it of course ended up being herself, using 29th century technology to enable her power set). She had appeared in DC Comics Presents Annuals #2 and #4.

And yes, Shag, a variation of the Superwoman costume design, with an added white cowl and cape, was used in the just-before-the-New-52 "Return to Krypton" saga.

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