Kevin Titus never ceases to impress me. The Canaan, Connecticut resident truly wears many hats in this "so-called" 21st century as he is a historical IMDB actor, author, radio and TV personality, magistrate, justice-of-the-peace and he can ride a mechanical bull just like John Travolta in the 1980 film "Urban Cowboy".

But his finest alter ego is his recreation of Superman, granted he is faster than a speeding bullet in his wit and rapport, but he is not quite powerful than a locomotive and I have not seem him leap tall buildings in a single bound and if you wonder if he flies up the air, the answer is no but when he dons the blue suit with the S logo and red cape, Kevin becomes a carbon copy of the comic book and TV super hero bringing joy to all when appearing in various public events locally and nationally. He is also a mirror image of Clark Kent when he dresses up to the nines as the mild-mannered Daily Planet reporter from Metropolis as he has been deemed as "New England's" George Reeves, a true badge of honor for keeping this beloved actor's legacy alive.

Kevin will stop by the WSBS studios for this weekend's Saturday Morning Chat with Ron Carson immediately following The Trading Post as he will clue us in on his Superman oriented plans and appearances for 2020 as he travels to various locations with his sidekick, Michael Esposito who takes on the role of cub reporter, Jimmy Olsen and if only Lois Lane was with them, I have a perfect idea on who should accompany this dynamic duo, but we will keep it low profile for now. They will also reminisce about the beloved 1950's series which continues to generate a high fan base worldwide.

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