Exclusive First Look at COMIC BOOK MEN Episode 309 - Superman's 75th Anniversary w/Dean Cain

<font color="red"><b>Exclusive</b></font> First Look at COMIC BOOK MEN Episode 309 - Superman's 75th Anniversary w/Dean Cain

Tune in for the Return of COMIC BOOK MEN with the mid-season premiere airing on Sunday, February 9th at Midnight EST on AMC. Dean Cain Guest Stars as The Stash Celebrates the 75th Anniversary of Superman.

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By ComicBookMovie - 2/7/2014


On the premiere episode, “Superman’s 75th,” The Man of Steel is turning 75, and the boys from The Stash plan to celebrate in style! The guys transform The Stash into the ultimate Superman fortress of party-- complete with a giant Superman "S" ice sculpture as the center piece! Walt and the boys get dressed as characters from Superman lore. Meanwhile, Walt teases that he’s invited a special mystery guest--and the party flips when Dean Cain shows up!

Kevin, Walt, Bryan, Michael and Ming are back behind the counter and in front of the microphone as “Comic Book Men” returns for the second half of season three on Sunday, February 9th at Midnight ET/PT on AMC. The show follows the antics in and around master fanboy Kevin Smith’s Red Bank, New Jersey comic shop, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash as customers geek-out over mind-blowing pop culture artifacts and iconic celebrities and personalities, including Dean Cain, the O’Donohue Twins and Nichelle Nichols, Uhura from the original “Star Trek” series. Whether it’s about buying and selling memorabilia or embarking on wild adventures away from the store, the men of The Stash share all the juicy details with Kevin through their hilarious podcast, which is woven throughout the series.
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MrCBM56 - 2/7/2014, 3:26 PM
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman>Smallville
dckizzle - 2/7/2014, 3:31 PM
Superman best character ever
DrunkenPirateNukem - 2/7/2014, 3:32 PM
lmao that Bizarro
DelTorite - 2/7/2014, 3:37 PM
Teri Hatcher is still the best Lois Lane imo.
ALmight - 2/7/2014, 3:38 PM
bluedude - 2/7/2014, 3:40 PM
WOW grif like comic book men ?
that's so weird
youre the guy who hates everything
Demongod20 - 2/7/2014, 3:41 PM
@ MrCBM56

ALmight - 2/7/2014, 3:41 PM
@DelTorite- Agreed

crashrendar - 2/7/2014, 4:02 PM
poor dean. he has to do this stupid crap instead of real work. i miss lois and clark, well...mostly mid 90s teri hatcher rrrrrrrrrrrowr. ;)
SpiderParker - 2/7/2014, 4:23 PM
Lois and Clark was a great show. I should probably watch it again.
SunfireUrA55 - 2/7/2014, 4:27 PM
Z. Snyder needs to give Dean a cameo role in his next MOS film before he dies.
duncboy - 2/7/2014, 4:28 PM
I met Dean Cain as a kid and got his autograph, which I proceeded to throw away about 7 years later.
nikgrid - 2/7/2014, 4:33 PM
Dean Cain was the worst [frick]ing Superman, his suit was all wrong, and he posed all the god damn time. Reeve and Cavill know that the suit does the talking so there is no need for posing.
JediPhilosopher - 2/7/2014, 4:34 PM
Never liked Dean as Clark/Superman. And the show was kinda dumb. But, at least it wasn't taken too seriously by anyone the way Smallville was by far too many.
ManDeth - 2/7/2014, 5:17 PM
Lois And Clark was a terrible show. It was pure cheese. Dean Cain was terribly miscast in the worst Superman costume yet.

The show had very brief success when Clark proposed to Lois. But they had that Lois turn out to be a frog. A frog!!!

Smallville was a great show which is why Snyder and Goyer rip from it. But no one will rip from L+C. The only show Lois and Clark should be compared to was Superboy. Season's 2-4 were worse than most of Superboy's run.
ManDeth - 2/7/2014, 5:19 PM
@JediPhilosopher Yeah thats why it lasted 10 years.
nikgrid - 2/7/2014, 5:43 PM
Smallville was shit too, just not AS shit....hmmmm yeah Smallville had more good episodes than L&C had.
113 - 2/7/2014, 5:52 PM
Teri Hatcher = Best Lois Lane we've ever had. Also my biggest celebrity childhood crush.
Tony93 - 2/7/2014, 5:57 PM
smallville was good for what is was.. everything after season 7 was bad.. But I did like the doomsday plot in 8
GenerationX - 2/7/2014, 6:15 PM
I enjoyed both Lois and Clark as well as Smallville. Both shows had their ups and downs. If I had to pick between one of the other....I don't think I could.
HeadPool420 - 2/7/2014, 6:24 PM
Ya know what's worse then both Lois And Clark and Smallville? That Superboy live action show!!! Now that was bad!
SAZMD - 2/7/2014, 7:01 PM
Dean Cain was an OK Superman, but he was one of the best Clark Kent renditions ever.
SWelch - 2/7/2014, 8:21 PM
@grif I would love to see this on Blu-ray as well but until then at least all 4 seasons are out on DVD.
SWelch - 2/7/2014, 8:35 PM
Also like to add I think the reason a lot of people have not liked this show was that it focused more on the relationship of Lois and Clark than the Superman side. It tried to be the Superhero version of Moonlighting.
GreenArrow1941 - 2/7/2014, 9:25 PM
Dean Cain is too awesome ...
sameoldthing - 2/7/2014, 10:38 PM
Smallville was better than Lois & Clark.
Listen..Smallville had flaws but it was good fun.
It was about Clark becoming Superman..I had no problem with him not suiting up during show.
Last scene in last episode..he shoulda suited up. Oh Well.
carrowsboy - 2/8/2014, 2:48 AM
From the way he looks now, he needs to stay away from that cake.
newhire13 - 2/8/2014, 7:22 AM
@ManDeth you got that backwards, Lois and Clark was popular UNTIL they got engaged.
Masterkalel - 2/8/2014, 12:41 PM
Lois & Clark was In my opinion the best live action superhero show ever. Sure the effects and plots are rather cheesy sometimes but the show succeeds on the strength and chemistry of the entire cast not just Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher who are fantastic together.

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