Superfriends ran on multiple networks throughout its decade-plus existence. Superheroes and comic books were as popular with children as they’ve ever been, but under the heavy thumb of strict Saturday Morning censorship, this kind of silly camp was about all you could do with DC superheroes in the 70s and early 80s. These days, with Zack Snyder’s grimdark universe representing Superman and Batman on the big screen, Superfriends has a quaint charm to it.
Cinema’s first out gay superhero, Surge is jumping back into adventure with big laughs in Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel, which I reviewed for Popgeeks.net here. The comic book style adventure was a lot of fun and so I sought out an interview with Surge of Power Creator, Vincent J Roth to find out how he managed to handle combining 50 celebrity cameos and message about acceptance into his latest feature. Let’s jump into the Surgemobile and see what we find!