Chris and Reggie’s Cosmic Treadmill

Real Comics History, Episode 2 - The Year in Comics 1992

August 31, 2017

There's an old saying that Pop-Culture is never as good as when you were 12 years old.  We're going to put that to the test today with this reupload of Real Comics History!  Reggie (@reggiereggie) and Chris (@acecomics) discuss the year 1992, when Chris was a lad of only 12.

Topics of conversation include the Death of Superman, the world's lamest Paul Revere, Image Comics, Rob Lee-Field (maaaaaan), speculation, trading cards, Wizard Magazine, and much much more.  It's a fun chat, and we hope you enjoy!

Enjoying "Real Comics History"?  We'd love to here YOUR stories from 1992 (and any year!)  We mention a reddit at the end of the episode... but pretend we didn't!  Instead, you can get a hold of us at or via twitter @reggiereggie & @acecomics


Originally aired in segment form during Weird Science DC Comics Podcast #99 (November 27, 2016)


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TAGS: 1992, Real Comics History, Death of Superman, Image Comics, Spawn, Youngblood, Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, New York Newsday, X-Men, X-Cutioner's Song, Find Reggie, Trading Cards, non-sports cards, comics speculation, Wizard Magazine

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