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Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen 84, April 1965!

Download Episode 381 Part IV! 

SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN 84, April 1965, was published on February 25, 1965. It contained 32 pages for the cover price of 12¢. The editor was Mort Weisinger, and the cover was pencilled Curt Swan, inked by George Klein and lettered by Ira Schnapp. It featured the first of the issue’s three stories.

– (4:54) JIMMY OLSEN’S MONSTER MOVIE (9 pgs.), written by Jerry Siegel, pencilled by Curt Swan, inked by George Klein and lettered by Milt Snappin. This was Siegel’s 87th silver age Superman Family story we’ve covered on the podcast, and his 140th overall for the era.

– (22:26) JIMMY OLSEN’S DAY OF DISGRACE (8 pgs.), written by Leo Dorfman, drawn by John Forte and lettered by Milt Snappin.

– (39:23) JIMMY OLSEN’S PEN PALS letter column.

– (46:58) JIMMY OLSEN’S FEMALE FAN (8 pgs.), written by Otto Binder, drawn by George Papp and lettered by Vivian Berg.

– (1:01:24) Elsewhere In DC Comics, 32 titles carried the April or April/May 1965 cover date, according to Mike;s Amazing World Of Comics.

Next Episodes: SUPERMAN FAMILY COMIC BOOKS COVER DATED MAY 1965: PART I: WORLD’S FINEST COMICS 149, PART II: SUPERMAN 177, PART III: ACTION COMICS 324 & PART IV: SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND LOIS LANE 57!

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(Top – Bottom:) MegaCon 2016 banner, Barcycle and Batcopter (both from the 1960’s Batman TV show), Steampunk car, Steampunk R2D2, R2D2, Jeremy Bulloch and Boba Fett’s helmet.

Download Episode 344 Part II!

This episode recaps my first day at MegaCon 2016, Thursday, May 26, 2016. Convention hours that day were from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, although with my 4-day pass I got to enter the hall  at 2:00 pm. I recorded this on Saturday morning, May 28, 2016 after I arrived early at the Orange County (Florida) Convention Center to avoid the traffic jams. The audio was recorded on my portable recorder, so please excuse the background noise you’ll hear.

Next episode: MEGACON 2016 PART III: FRIDAY RECAP!

Followed by: MEGACON 2016 PART IV: DEATH TO FANBOYS IV: A NEW HOPE PANEL!

MEGACON 2016 PART V: SO YOU WANNA MAKE COMICS? BREAKING IN PANEL!

The home for THE SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST is http://thesupermanfanpodcast.blogspot.com. Send e-mail to supermanfanpodcast@gmail.com.

You can join the SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST Group or Page on facebook, and follow the podcast on twitter @supermanpodcast. You can also keep track of the podcast on TumblrMediumFlipboard, the Internet Archive and Stitcher.


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– The LEAGUE OF COMIC BOOK PODCASTERS,

– The COMICS PODCAST NETWORK,
– The SUPERMAN WEBRING of websites, and


The theme of this podcast is PLANS IN MOTION, composed by Kevin MacLeod, and part of the royalty free music library at http://incompetech.com.


Superman and all related characters are trademark and copyright DC Comics. Any art shown on this podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and not for profit. I make no claims of ownership of these images, nor do I earn any money from this podcast.


Thanks for listening to the SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST and, as always, thanks to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, creators of Superman!

The Phantom is comic strip about a silent, stealthy avenger with a patriarchal birthright to restore justice in the most dangerous part of the world. The comics’ first costumed hero, The Phantom has no superhuman powers. He relies on his physical strength, skill with weapons and fearsome reputation to fight crime.

Source: Phantom Comic Strip for March 06, 2016

Prince Valiant is the world’s longest-running, most beloved adventure strip. Every Sunday, Prince Valiant, knight of King Arthur’s legendary Round Table, charges throughout the medieval world, righting wrongs, facing danger, exploring strange lands.

Source: Prince Valiant Comic Strip for February 28, 2016

The Phantom is comic strip about a silent, stealthy avenger with a patriarchal birthright to restore justice in the most dangerous part of the world. The comics’ first costumed hero, The Phantom has no superhuman powers. He relies on his physical strength, skill with weapons and fearsome reputation to fight crime.

Source: Phantom Comic Strip for February 28, 2016

Prince Valiant is the world’s longest-running, most beloved adventure strip. Every Sunday, Prince Valiant, knight of King Arthur’s legendary Round Table, charges throughout the medieval world, righting wrongs, facing danger, exploring strange lands.

Source: Prince Valiant Comic Strip for February 21, 2016

The Phantom is comic strip about a silent, stealthy avenger with a patriarchal birthright to restore justice in the most dangerous part of the world. The comics’ first costumed hero, The Phantom has no superhuman powers. He relies on his physical strength, skill with weapons and fearsome reputation to fight crime.

Source: Phantom Comic Strip for February 21, 2016

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