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My Adventures with Superman

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My Adventures with Superman
Intro logo
Genre
Based on
Developed by
  • Jake Wyatt
  • Brendan Clougher
  • Josie Campbell
Showrunners
  • Jake Wyatt
  • Brendan Clougher
  • Josie Campbell
Voices of
Music byDominic Lewis
Daniel Futcher[1]
Opening theme"Up and Away" by Kyle Troop & The Heretics
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes13
Production
Executive producers
ProducerJosie Campbell
EditorJohn Allen Soares
Running time22 minutes
Production companies
Animation studioStudio Mir
Original release
NetworkAdult Swim
ReleaseJuly 7, 2023 (2023-07-07) –
present

My Adventures with Superman is an American animated superhero television series based on the DC Comics character Superman. The series is developed by Jake Wyatt, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and animated by Studio Mir in South Korea. The series premiered on Adult Swim on July 7, 2023,[a] with each episode releasing on Max shortly after broadcast.[2]

A second season began broadcasting on May 26, 2024,[b] shifting its premieres to the network's Toonami programming block, which originally encored the first season.[3]

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Transcription

Premise

The story follows Clark Kent as he builds his secret identity as Superman and explores his mysterious origins, and Lois Lane, whom Clark develops a crush on and vice-versa, who is on her way to becoming a star reporter. Teaming up with photographer and Clark's best friend Jimmy Olsen, the trio break the stories that matter and save the day against many villains in the city of Metropolis, while also contending with Task Force X.

Voice cast

Main

Recurring and guest

Episodes

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
110July 7, 2023 (2023-07-07)September 1, 2023 (2023-09-01)
210May 26, 2024 (2024-05-26)TBA

Season 1 (2023)

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [4][5]Prod.
code [4]
Viewers
(millions)
11"Adventures of a Normal Man"Jen BennettJosie Campbell, Brendan Clogher & Jake WyattJuly 7, 2023 (2023-07-07)1010.21[6]
22Diana HuhCynthia Furey102

Part 1: In Smallville, Kansas, a young Clark Kent awakens the power of flight and super-strength to save a woman and her baby from a car accident. Years later, in Metropolis, Clark and his roommate Jimmy Olsen, a photography student and alien conspiracy theorist, start their first day as interns for the Daily Planet. Assigned to senior intern Lois Lane, she deceives them into helping her investigate a military-grade technology theft. With a lead from Flip Johnson's Newskid Legion, the trio finds the thieves loading military robots at the docks. The thieves' leader, Leslie Willis, unleashes a robot to attack them. Clark gets out of view and returns in disguise to destroy it. As Willis activates the remaining robots to battle Clark, Lois successfully deactivates them while he awakens his super-speed to destroy the final robot. Despite their efforts, editor-in-chief Perry White refuses to publish the story based on Jimmy's blurry photos without real proof of the new metahuman that Lois dubbed "Superman". Once the trio become friends, Lois invites the boys to help her get an exclusive interview with Superman.


Part 2: While Lois doggedly follows up on the robot theft for a lead to Superman, Clark returns to Smallville to investigate his past and understand his new powers. Digging up the space pod that delivered him to Earth, Clark activates an alien hologram and sees visions of an alien planet amid a space war being destroyed. After Clark gains new alien clothing from this, his mother Martha Kent adds a belt and shorts to complete the look. Meanwhile, Willis is hunted by the organization she stole the robot technology from, Task Force X, and arranges a meeting with leading agent Slade Wilson. When Willis threatens to detonate explosives across the city sewers if they continue hunting her, Lois and Jimmy's surprise interruption turns the meeting into a scramble for the detonator. Willis reveals her electrical super-suit to fight Wilson until Superman arrives to subdue her. Wilson damages her suit's power crystal, leading Superman to destroy it after it gives him another vision of the space war. Though Jimmy's clear photos convince Perry to publish the story, he gives the byline to uninvolved staff reporters. Later, Wilson tortures Willis at a black site for information about Superman.
33"My Interview with Superman"Jen BennettAman AdumerJuly 14, 2023 (2023-07-14)1030.17[6]
While Lois attempts to interview Superman, Clark struggles to figure out how to help her while protecting his secret identity. However, the interns must also contend with the Daily Planet's established "Scoop Troop" reporters, who Perry credited for their Superman story—Steve Lombard, Cat Grant, and Ronnie Troupe. Meanwhile, Mist and his friend Rough House use technology they obtained from Willis to break his sister Siobhan McDougal out of prison and equip her with sonic tech to rebuild their small-time crew Intergang. Despite Clark's misgivings, the interns impersonate the Scoop Troop to investigate Siobhan, discovering a clue to Intergang's next heist. When Intergang attempts to rob the Metropolitan City Bank, their ice cannon's power crystal malfunctions and begins to freeze everything in proximity. Seeing Lois and Jimmy in danger, Superman awakens his heat vision and destroys the crystal, granting him a vision of an invading robot army. While Wilson poses as an EMT to secretly take the defeated Intergang into custody, Superman accepts Lois's interview and discloses he is still figuring himself out, but is committed to saving people. However, to his dismay, Lois later tells Clark that she suspects Superman is lying.
44"Let's Go to Ivo Tower, You Say"Kiki ManriqueJosie Campbell & Brendan ClogherJuly 21, 2023 (2023-07-21)1040.18[6]
Perry assigns the interns to cover the AmazoTech gala held by CEO, Doctor Anthony Ivo. Lois is snubbed by attendees for her invasive questions while Clark stumbles upon an argument between Ivo and his chairman, Curtis, regarding the board of directors voting out Ivo. Ejected by Ivo's security, Lois sneaks Clark back inside. They open up to each other before discovering a secret technology room connecting Ivo to Willis and Intergang. An angered Ivo demonstrates the Parasite 1.0 armor and attempts to kill Curtis. Clark becomes Superman to save Curtis while Ivo traps the attendees in the Amazo Panic Room to make them witness him overpowering Superman. Realizing the armor absorbs energy from his attacks, Superman stops fighting Ivo directly as Lois and Jimmy deactivate the Panic Room. With the suit depowered, Superman removes it from Ivo, who became deformed from the suit's side effects. With Ivo under EMT care, the interns return to find the secret room empty. Lois kisses Clark, considering the night a date. Later, after submitting her exposé on Ivo, Lois finds a torn tabloid article involving Kansas miracle sightings in Clark's coat. After reworking her evidence board, Lois concludes Clark is Superman.
55"You Will Believe A Man Can Lie"Diana HuhStory by : M. Willis, Cynthia Furey & Aman Adumer
Teleplay by : M. Willis
July 28, 2023 (2023-07-28)1050.20[7]
Hoping to confess his burgeoning feelings for Lois, Clark asks for her help in developing a story about the stolen military technology spreading throughout Metropolis and a mysterious individual kidnapping anyone using them. However, she sees it as an opportunity to expose him as Superman. Using an old dispatch scanner, she chases down Superman as he foils various crimes before eventually meeting him after he defeats Heat Wave, another criminal empowered by the stolen technology. While Superman is distracted, Heat Wave escapes, believing he is behind the kidnappings. After he drops off Lois at the Daily Planet to keep her safe, he re-confronts Heat Wave and discovers the true culprit behind the abducted criminals is an armored Wilson aided by similar robots that Willis used. Their subsequent fight soon endangers civilians, leading to Wilson's superiors, the General and Amanda Waller, ordering him to withdraw so Superman can save them. After returning to Lois, she forces Clark to reveal his secret identity to her and is left distraught. Meanwhile, Jimmy is disappointed to learn Clark and Lois failed to attend a pre-planned camping trip to investigate Bigfoot sightings with him. He goes alone, but a large gorilla kidnaps him.
66"My Adventures with Mad Science"Kiki ManriqueStory by : Aman Adumer, Angela Entzminger & Cynthia Furey
Teleplay by : Angela Entzminger
August 4, 2023 (2023-08-04)1060.21[6]
After failing to locate Jimmy, Clark reaches out to Lois for help. Despite still being mad at him, she agrees. Scouring the woods, the pair find an abandoned military installation called Area 52, but upon crossing the fence, Clark's powers falter due to the area being exposed to red solar radiation before they are chased by OMAC robots. Meanwhile, inside Area 52, Jimmy meets and befriends the gorilla Monsieur Mallah and his partner the Brain. The pair reveal they originally worked for Project Cadmus, a branch of Task Force X that focused on developing futuristic technology, before the latter organization betrayed them and raided Area 52. Ever since, the Brain and Mallah have been attempting to create a wormhole to access other dimensions where they will be accepted. Eventually breaching Area 52, Clark and Lois reconcile with each other and Jimmy, who reveals he knew of Clark's secret identity, before joining Brain and Mallah in defeating the OMACs. Successfully opening their wormhole, the Brain warns Clark that Task Force X is after him before leaving with Mallah. Sometime later, the General recruits Ivo to help him use Cadmus' technology to kill Superman.
77"Kiss Kiss Fall in Portal"Jen BennettStory by : Paul Chang, Cynthia Furey & Aman Adumer
Teleplay by : Paul Chang
August 11, 2023 (2023-08-11)1070.19[6]
After Clark shows Lois and Jimmy his spaceship and clarifies his incomplete alien origin, Clark and Lois plan their first date. However, he is interrupted by Mister Mxyzptlk, a multiversal imp who deceives him into helping him steal a recorder from a museum on Earth-1, revealing Clark is from the planet Krypton in the process. Meanwhile, Lois and Jimmy are recruited by the multiversal "League of Lois Lanes" to help them stop Mxyzptlk and Clark. Suspicious of their intentions, Lois searches their files, stumbling onto the redacted "File X". Upon finding them, the League attack Clark while Mxyzptlk hijacks the League's vessel and travels to their headquarters with the recorder and Lois' help. As she steals the original File X, he retrieves his hat, regains his full strength, and causes chaos until Superman distracts him, allowing Lois to depower him and Jimmy to restrain him. While the League arrest Mxyzptlk, Jimmy's counterpart, Jalana, secretly brings the interns back to their native Earth-12, where Clark and Lois finish their date. Following this, she opens File X and finds recordings of evil alternate universe Supermen and a sample of a green crystal, later identified as Kryptonite, the League used to injure Superman.
88"Zero Day"Diana HuhCynthia FureyAugust 18, 2023 (2023-08-18)1080.18[8]
99Kiki ManriqueAman AdumerAugust 25, 2023 (2023-08-25)1090.20[9]

Part 1: The General uses shock collars to forcibly recruit Willis, Intergang, and Heat Wave into assisting Wilson and Ivo capture Superman. Meanwhile, after developing super-hearing and hearing everyone in Metropolis crying for help, Clark runs himself ragged helping everyone and soon becomes sleep-deprived and weakened. When Gotham Gazette journalist Vicki Vale arrives to cover his activities, Lois is starstruck to meet her, only to be disappointed when Vale runs a biased story defaming Superman as a menace to gain a promotion. Superman saves an invisible Mist from being hit by a truck but accidentally causes an accident, turning public opinion against him. Mist says Task Force X kidnapped Siobhan, and Superman offers to rescue her, only to be led into a trap and attacked by the group. Though he holds his own despite his weakened state, Superman is eventually knocked out by Ivo via his upgraded Parasite armor and Willis. The General stops Ivo from killing him as he wants to interrogate Superman. Mist regrets luring Superman into the trap as Lois and Jimmy rush to the scene, but arrive to see the group carry Superman away.


Part 2: In flashbacks to "Zero Day", the General, Waller, and their forces were attacked by an alien army led by an armored Superman-like figure codenamed "Nemesis Omega" before a mysterious event forced the army into a retreat that left their technology behind. In the present, the Newskid Legion helps Lois and Jimmy search for Superman while the General interrogates him for information on Zero Day. From Superman's anguished reaction, the General doubts his connection to it while a displeased Waller secretly helps the prisoners escape. A vengeful Ivo attacks Superman, but inadvertently frees him. Flip eventually finds and takes him to safety. Clark believes he was sent to Earth to destroy it, but Lois assures him otherwise. Upon learning Ivo is siphoning the power grid and going on a rampage, Lois and Jimmy use social media to petition Metropolis' citizens to turn off their power, weakening Ivo so Superman can use his newly-awakened X-ray vision to locate and remove Ivo from his suit. As Superman and Lois declare their love, Jimmy finds File X. On Checkmate's behalf, Waller demotes the General and gives him Ivo's last invention, the Omega Cannon, with orders to kill Superman.
1010"Hearts of the Fathers"Jen BennettSerena Wu & Jake WyattSeptember 1, 2023 (2023-09-01)1100.20[10]
Haunted by nightmares about Zero Day, Clark swears to halt any invasion. After Perry officially promotes Clark, Lois, and Jimmy to reporters for their article on Ivo's defeat, they have Thanksgiving dinner with Clark's parents. Lois also invites her father, General Sam Lane, who fails to recognize Clark. When Jimmy tries to talk with Lois and Clark, he drops File X, revealing the Supermen recordings to a devastated Clark and exposing him to the Kryptonite. Clark's pod also reacts, sending a signal that prompts an invasion similar to Zero Day. While Superman and Sam battle the invaders, Jimmy deduces that the crystal also hurts them. A weakened Superman takes the crystal to destroy the mothership, halting the invasion as a hologram of his biological father helps return him to Earth. Sam prepares to kill him, but Lois pleads for his life and reminds him that Superman had saved them, causing Sam to leave. At dinner, Jimmy reveals he sold his Flamebird channel to the Daily Planet, becoming a millionaire. Across the universe, Brainiac informs the armored Kryptonian warrior of the rebellious Earth as a new planet to conquer. The undeterred warrior vows humanity will kneel.

Season 2 (2024)

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [4][5]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [4][5]Prod.
code [4]
Viewers
(millions)
111"More Things in Heaven And Earth"Diana HuhM. WillisMay 26, 2024 (2024-05-26)2010.22[11]
As Clark struggles to plan the perfect Valentine's Day date with Lois, they and Jimmy head to S.T.A.R. Labs to interview Hank Henshaw. While there, Jimmy convinces Ivo's former assistant Alex to find a new job after being denied from S.T.A.R. Labs for his involvement with Ivo. Henshaw directs the trio to the Arctic to find Clark's missing spaceship. After malfunctioning Kryptonian technology splits them up, Clark encounters another hologram of his biological father Jor-El, now able to speak English, who reveals more of his origins and that he has a cousin Kara Zor-El who was also sent away from Krypton. Meanwhile, Lois and Jimmy discover Kryptonite is affecting the spaceship while Waller, Wilson, and Agent Ethan Avery lead a Task Force X detachment in commandeering the tech. Superman fights Avery until Jor-El uses the spaceship's power to purify the Kryptonite and convert it into a fortress. Before shutting down, Jor-El tells Superman to find a "key" to locate Kara while Lois learns Waller is holding Sam prisoner.
122"Adventures with My Girlfriend"Kiki ManriqueAngela EntzmingerMay 26, 2024 (2024-05-26)202TBD
As Task Force X establishes a new underground base underneath Stryker's prison, Waller interrogates Sam for what he learned about Superman. Meanwhile, Clark and Lois agree to help a boy named Billy find his father, who was imprisoned at Stryker's and went missing after discovering a conspiracy. Upon further investigation, the pair stumble onto Task Force X's new base. While rescuing Sam and Billy's father, they discover Waller has been kidnapping prisoners unable to post bail for use as test subjects to empower her agents before they are attacked by Waller and Agent Joseph Martin. As the Lanes evacuate the prisoners, Superman struggles against Martin, whose radioactive armor allows him to bypass Superman's invulnerability. Nonetheless, Superman defeats Martin, recovers the key Jor-El asked him to find, and rejoins the Lanes and prisoners before Jimmy rescues them. Afterward, Sam agrees to stay with Clark and Jimmy while Alex, now referring to himself as Lex Luthor, rescues Waller from an escaped Ivo and offers to help her.
133"Fullmetal Scientist"Jen BennettCynthia FureyJune 2, 2024 (2024-06-02)203TBD
While rescuing AmerTek scientist Silas Stone from a burning building, Clark unlocks another new power, a "super aura" force-field. After Clark leaves however, Willis threatens Silas into deleting all records of a project he was working on. The next day, Clark struggles to balance his work and social lives with his work as Superman and housing a paranoid Sam. Concurrently, Lois, Vale, and Jimmy's new intern Flip separately uncover a mystery surrounding missing scientists Silas and John Henry Irons, AmerTek's CEO Thomas Weston, and his line of Metallo robots. As Lois and Vale compete to out-scoop each other, Superman, Jimmy, and Flip locate Irons, who reveals Weston forced him and Silas to rush production on the Metallos and create an unstable "Amer-Fusion" reactor to power AmerTek's Metropolis facility before firing them. After repelling Willis, who Weston hired to kill Irons and intimidate Silas, Superman and Irons join forces to stop Weston before he destroys Metropolis, with Irons using his "Steel" mech suit to fend off the Metallos. Afterward, Weston is arrested, Vale offers Lois a job at the Gotham Gazette, and Luthor's new company LexCorp buys out AmerTek and confiscates the Steel suit and Metallos for Task Force X's use.
144"Two Lanes Diverged"TBATBAJune 9, 2024 (2024-06-09)204TBD
155"Most Eligible Superman"TBATBAJune 16, 2024 (2024-06-16)205TBD
166"The Machine Who Would Be Empire"TBATBAJune 23, 2024 (2024-06-23)206TBD
177"Olsen's Eleven"TBATBAJune 30, 2024 (2024-06-30)207TBD

Production

Development

In May 2021, it was announced that a two-season order had been placed for My Adventures with Superman, with the series initially planned to air on Cartoon Network and stream on HBO Max. It was revealed that Jack Quaid and Alice Lee would voice Clark Kent / Superman and Lois Lane respectively. Jake Wyatt and Brendan Clogher were onboard as co-executive producers, and Josie Campbell was a producer. Sam Register was also an executive producer.[12] Wyatt, Clogher, and Campbell served as showrunners.[13] No major updates were given until March 2023, when it was announced that the series would no longer air on Cartoon Network, but rather on its nighttime block Adult Swim, despite the series not necessarily being produced to target a young adult demographic.[14] Following the formation of DC Studios, the production crew showed the series' opening sequence to co-CEO James Gunn, who reportedly "liked" the series and allowed it to continue production without interference.[15]

Writing

The team behind the show wanted to explore the early years of Clark, Lois, and Jimmy Olsen and their jobs at the Daily Planet, something that Campbell felt had rarely been touched in previous Superman media. Campbell described the three characters as the heart of the show, adding that their bond and time with each other drives "the series and the character arcs for both season one and two." She also expressed the romance between Lois and Clark as being very important to the team and something that would unfold as the series progressed.[16] They also wanted to emphasize on Superman's humanity by exploring his personal relationships.[13]

Campbell cited the original Richard Donner Superman movie as a huge influence for the series, especially for the interplay between Margot Kidder's Lois and Christopher Reeve's Superman: "We loved their chemistry; we loved how smart and feisty Lois was, and loved the heart and altruism of Reeve’s Superman / Clark Kent. The movie was clever, fun, and modernized Superman in a way that felt organic to the time period, while also respectful of what came before. It truly is one of our favorite pieces of Superman media." Just like the film, they sought for My Adventures with Superman to have a "wide co-viewing audience, where kids, teens, and adults can all sit down and watch together." Influences for the series include the 1986 comic book limited series The Man of Steel, as well as the works of Dan Jurgens, Jon Bogdanove, and Louise Simonson.[16] Additionally, Superman's transformation sequence is inspired by Pretty Cure, specifically Cure Mermaid from Go! Princess PreCure.[17][18]

Casting

In June 2022, Michael Emerson announced that he would play Brainiac.[19] In April 2023, it was confirmed that Ishmel Sahid would play Jimmy Olsen.[20]

Campbell greatly enjoyed working with Quaid. She said that he had great comedic timing as Clark but was also able to "sell the kindness, strength, and dignity of Superman."[16]

Release

My Adventures with Superman premiered on Adult Swim on July 7, 2023, with a 2-episode special, and also released on Max shortly after its televised airing.[21][22] It then encored on the network's Toonami programming block on Saturday nights with additional reruns on Cartoon Network's ACME Night block.[23] The first season consisted of 10 episodes.

Marketing

A teaser trailer was released in April 2023.[24] A full-length trailer announcing the premiere date released on June 5, 2023.[25] A promotional clip of season one was revealed on June 29, 2023.[26]

International broadcast

My Adventures with Superman aired on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim in Canada and on Cartoon Network and HBO Max in Latin America.[27][28] In the United Kingdom, the series was made available for streaming on Channel 4 on October 17, 2023, and later premiered through linear television on E4 on October 20, 2023.[29] The series became available for streaming in Europe on December 11, 2023, on HBO Max, in countries where the service is available.[30]

Home media

Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment released the first season of My Adventures with Superman on DVD in the United States on May 14, 2024.[31]

Reception

Critical response

The series received positive reviews from critics. On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the first season of the series has a rating of 96% based on 23 reviews, with an average score of 8.2/10. The critics consensus reads, "Seamlessly transposing Superman into the style of shonen anime, these Adventures give the character a refreshing paint job while retaining his quintessential charm."[32] Polly Conway of Common Sense Media rated the show 4/5 stars, describing the show as "a lighthearted and fun fresh start for the classic superhero," and adding that "kids who aren't quite ready for serious superhero movies will be thrilled with the battles and challenges the crew must face."[33]

Samantha Nelson of IGN rated the show an 8/10, saying it "fuses DC Comics canon and shonen anime tropes to put a fresh and charming spin on the Man of Steel," and adding that "while there are a few weaker characters, the show's first seven episodes show huge potential driven by weird villains, complex fights and a tight ensemble."[34] Lauren Sarner of the New York Post described it as "nothing revolutionary, or especially clever, but it's lighthearted and peppered with some amusing moments."[35] Michael Thomas of Collider stated that "while the series does have a few pacing issues, and a lack of a strong supporting cast, it more than makes up for it with its slick art and strong leading trio."[36]

Accolades

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref
2023 Saturn Awards Best Animated Television Series or Special Nominated [37]

Comic book series

A comic book miniseries based on the My Adventures with Superman TV series will be released in June 2024, written by series producer and comics writer Josie Campbell and drawn by artist Pablo M. Collar. The comic series picks up from the end of season one and serves as a bridge to season two of My Adventures with Superman animated series. Campbell stated that the comic series is an unproduced story in season one,[38] and that it would connect "emotionally" with the second season.[13]

Notes

  1. ^ Adult Swim lists the series as premiering on July 6, 2023, at 12:00 a.m. (24:00) EDT/PDT, which is effectively July 7.
  2. ^ Adult Swim lists the second season as premiering on May 25, 2024, at 12:00 a.m. (24:00) EDT/PDT, which is effectively May 26.

References

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