Do you like over-sized comics? Comics with extended page counts like DC’s 80 Page Giants, 100 Page Super Spectaculars, and Dollar Comic Giants or Marvel’s King-Size Annuals, Giant-Size Specials, and Double-Sized Issues? How about the physically larger Treasury Comics? Then welcome to the King-Size Comics Giant-Size Fun Podcast, join me your host, Kyle Benning, on a one man mission to brave the elements and review over-sized comics in my car during my lunch hour.
Due to time constraints and a hectic work schedule, this is a short episode of me just rambling a bit about Superman's early publishing history, the rise of Superman on the small screen, and briefly discussing the history of Superman's newspaper comic strip that I've discussed in the daily blog posts.
You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, or download directly here: King-Size Comics Giant-Size Fun Episode 011
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Thanks for listening, and join me sometime later this week (hopefully) for my discussion of 2010's Justice Society of America 80 Page Giant.