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Superman Radio Show Coming To DC FanDome Part 2

Matt McGloin Posted: 09/04/2020 - 19:59 COMMENT
Superman Radio Show Coming To DC FanDome Part 2

DC FanDome returns on Sept. 12 with it learned a Superman radio show will be a part of the event which is a re-enactment of the original 1940s radio series.

Warner Bros. and The Creative Coalition will bring the classic Superman radio series to life led by Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0) who will provide the voice of the Man of Steel.

The show will stream all day long during the DC FanDome event.

“We are thrilled to join comic fans and creators at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse to bring the original Superman to life and celebrate the arts,” said The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk. “We encourage Superman fans to learn more about The Creative Coalition’s mission to support the arts by visiting TheCreativeCoalition.org. We are grateful to Warner Bros. and DC for supporting that work.”

Daniel Dae Kim
(Daniel Dae Kim)

Superman DC FanDome radio show features all-star-cast

Also providing voices for the DC FanDome Superman radio show includes Wilson Cruz (Star Trek: Discovery) and Tim Daly (Madam Secretary), in addition to Jason Alexander (Seinfeld, Harley Quinn), Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Erich Bergen (Madam Secretary), Anthony Carrigan (Barry), Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Sam Daly (Hunters), Lea DeLaria (Orange Is the New Black), Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul), Sean Giambrone (The Goldbergs), Nicholas Gonzalez (The Good Doctor), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter franchise), Richard Kind (American Dad), Eric McCormack (Will and Grace), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), CCH Pounder (NCIS: New Orleans), Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery), Yolonda Ross (Black Lightning), Caterina Scorsone (Grey’s Anatomy), Tony Shalhoub (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel), Tamara Tunie (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), Henry Winkler (Barry), Alfre Woodard (Luke Cage), and Constance Zimmer (House of Cards).

The original radio series, The Adventures of Superman, aired from 1940 to 1951, and each episode had a running time of 15 minutes and 30 seconds, with 2088 episodes produced.

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