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Who’s Who Podcast Special: Murphy Anderson

Who's Who: The Definitive Podcast of the DC UniverseThe Fire and Water Podcast Presents… WHO’S WHO SPECIAL: MURPHY ANDERSON!

As a tribute to the late, great Murphy Anderson, Shag and Rob present eight classic WHO’S WHO PODCAST entries, all drawn by the legendary artist: Captain Comet, Doll Man, Hawkman I, Kanjar Ro, the Manhawks, Quicksilver, Solomon Grundy, and Uncle Sam! This special “clip show” is part of a Murphy Anderson Tribute Podcast Crossover Event!

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You can find this special episode of the WHO’S WHO PODCAST on iTunes. Each episode is released as part of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST feed. While you’re on iTunes, please drop us a review. Alternatively, you may play the podcast using the player below or by right-clicking “download”, choosing “Save Target/Link As”, and selecting a location on your computer to save the file (25 MB).

Thanks to my co-host Rob Kelly, Sea King of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE, for doing all the post-production on this episode! Special thanks to Daniel Adams and Ashton Burge with their band The Bad Mamma Jammas for our fantastic Who’s Who theme song!

Just to whet your appetite, here is Hawkman I! Firestorm and Carter Hall met on occasion during JLA/JSA team-ups!

Carter Hall Hawkman Who's Who entry by Murphy Anderson

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  1. Phylemon says:

    Mr Anderson wad one of the very best of all time. His Atomic Knights stuff is some of my favorite and I’m honoured to have their first appearance. There are no words for the loss that the comic book community suffered, and I appreciate you putting this together.

  2. JoeX says:

    Hawkman was the only one of the Silver Age revamps not to crossover with his GA counterpart in his own title. Flash Fact.

  3. JoeX says:

    I also like the artist focus theme. This could work well as future fill-in podcasts.

  4. Wolfgang Hartz says:

    It’s always a shame to lose another talent from the silver and golden ages of comics. I wonder what his last comics work was.

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