DC FanDome to launch re-enactment of the ‘Superman’ radio series from the 1940s


Superman radio series: Ready to travel back to the time when there was no Netflix, no Amazon Prime, no Disney+ Hotstar. Back to the 90 is when people used to listen to the radio. There’s some announcement for Superman fans that have been made in the fandome.


In the DC FanDome: Explore the multiverse Universe, Warner Bros., and The Creative Coalition decided to bring the classic Superman radio series to life. Yes! You heard us right on the 12th Sept we will able to see a re-enact of The Adventures of Superman.


The re-enactment of the Superman radio series will be available for all-day during the virtual conference. All the DC fans and those who love Superman feeling nostalgic now! Not just feeling nostalgic also feeling very excited.

Who are the stars of this superman radio drama?

There will be no changes in the script. They will be using the original script of the Superman radio series, which was found in the Warner Bros vault. Now the fans can experience the superheroes in a unique way. This radio series is a very rare production.

The cast includes Wilson Cruz, Tim Daly, and Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-0) as the Man of Steel himself. Except these 3 The cast is very long, and we have mentioned a few of them:-

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Jason Alexander (SeinfeldHarley 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)

Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter franchise)

Richard Kind (American Dad)

Eric McCormack (Will and Grace)

Dean Norris (Breaking Bad)

Everyone is very thrilled and excited. So to listen to the Superman radio series, a tune-up to the DC Fandome on the 12th of September. The timing will be different according to the region you live in. To know more about the DC world, stay connected.

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