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Screener Squad: My Adventures With Superman

My Adventures With Superman Season 1 Review


For 85 years, the Last Son of Krypton has been fighting for truth and justice, and battling evil of all sorts. He balances a life as the superhero all other superheroes are compared to while living as mild mannered Clark Kent, working for the Daily Planet alongside the love of his life, Lois Lane, and his best pal Jimmy Olsen. Since the first appearance of Superman in Action Comics #1 in 1938, there have been 12 live action films, 9 tv shows, including several animated cartoons and films, each with their own style and their own devout following of fans. However you like your Man of Steel, there is a version for you to enjoy. In fact, there may be a current version waiting for you to fall in love with. At least that’s how the Screener Squad feels about it. My Adventures With Superman is the newest animated offering following Clark, Lois, and Jimmy as interns at the Daily Planet. The show combines a joyful, action packed tone similar to Avatar: The Last Airbender with the exploration of Clark’s new abilities and role as Superman seen in Smallville. Spider-Mike, Dogget, Chad, and T.C. soar through their fandom discussing their love for the big blue boy scout and why this show is so very good and gets so much so very right. And in a moment of life reflecting art, a technological menace worthy of Supes himself attacks one of the heroic Squad members mid-review!


CREATED BY: Jake Wyatt, Brendan Clougher, and Josie Campbell

STARRING: Jack Quaid, Alice Lee, Ishmel Sahid, Darrell Brown, Kari Wahlgren, Reid Scott, Jason Marnocha, Zehra Fazal, Azuri Hardy-Jones, Chris Parnell, Debra Wilson, Joel de la Fuente, Catherine Taber, Lucas Grabeel, Vincent Tong, Jake Green, Laila Berzins, Melanie Minichino, Kenny Ramsey, Jesse Inocalla, André Sogliuzzo, David Errigo Jr., Andromeda Dunker, Michael Emerson




T.C. De Witt (Screener Squad)

T.C. De Witt is a multi-awarded writer/director originally from Wisconsin and now based in Los Angeles. His life has been devoted to the arts since he was a child. He’s been a stage performer, playwright, stand-up comic, film and television actor, radio DJ, podcaster published author, recorded musician, and comic writer/illustrator. He is now a professional screenwriter and has been thriving for the past decade, regularly offering his talents to production studios in LA, Chicago, Milwaukee, and internationally in Sydney and Poland. He’s provided content for Amazon Prime, Netflix, and several YouTube partners. His films have screened internationally, and his stageplays have been performed across the country. In the last ten years, he has directed 57 films, 23 episodes of his series The One Minute Rewatch, 300+ episodes of podcasts, and his multi-award-winning short film Screen: Righter screened at the Festival de Cannes in 2016. He has released two feature films, The Princess Knight and A Christmas Sunset. He thrives on collaboration and the thrill of sharing stories in all forms.



” width=Michael Riojas (Screener Squad, Highly Suspect Reviews)

The man with the ever-changing nicknames. Born in Austin, Riojas was rocketed to Del Rio, Texas, a literal small ville. In his youth, he was bitten by a radioactive… okay, look. Mike is not very good at this whole “talking about himself” thing. But he has been so obsessed with comics, video games, and anime since childhood- that if one has to choose between listening to Joe Quesada or Mike over any obscure Spider-Man trivia, they go to him (or, at least Martin Thomas once said so). He is also a big fan of “Ghostbusters” (he even owns his own jumpsuit and two, that’s right, TWO proton packs!), collects toys and video games, and will defend “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” if provoked. He lives in Austin with his beloved Dachshund-Maltese and trusted sidekick, Dean. He can also be heard on RageSelect. He can be found on Twitter and Instagram.



Danny Dogget (Screener Squad)

Hey persons, it’s your favorite canine Dogget! As many of you know, I don’t identify as a critic as much as a classy shock jock. That being said, I do my best to give all of you a well-balanced review filled with my true opinions and hopefully a few laughs. You can occasionally find me on other persons podcast like Mission Impodible (that’ll be 10 dollars Nathan). For the most part, you can find me doing reviews on




Chad Halvorsen (Screener Squad)

Chad Halvorsen currently resides in Milwaukee, WI, where he produces and edits commercials, films, and everything in between. He was always a fan of film/television growing up, spending days in the Summer, making (terrible) home movies with his brothers. Little did he know that passion would carry on into adulthood. Since 2006, Chad has worked for several agencies in various departments. Shooting, producing, editing, production management, directing, and when forced to, writing copy. In 2015, Chad decided to take the big leap and become a freelancer. Since then, he’s produced content for Lyft, AT&T, Target, and Discovery Network. His passion lies in entertaining people, making them feel better, even for a moment. All the pain and suffering of this business is worth it, if even just one person views his work. Chad is a frequent podcaster, most notably posing as a co-host for the podcast “The Film Illogical Society.”



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