The first installment of Troldspejlet is entirely about Superman. Jakob Stegelmann interviews Ove Høyer aka Super-Ove, leading Danish expert on the subject, discussing the origin and history of Superman, the various comic book artists who has drawn Superman, including the upcoming Danish graphic novel Superman og fredsbomben (by Niels Søndergaard & Teddy Kristiansen). Also a look at the various actors who has portrayed Superman. Finally, Stegelmann presents in full length the first Superman short film: Superman (1941).
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Willow (1988). He looks at the visual effects created for the film by ILM, and talks about dwarfs appearing in other films. Finally, Stegelmann presents the Superman short film The Magnetic Telescope (1942).
Jakob Stegelmann looks at robots in films and reviews Short Circuit 2 (1988)/Nr. 5 lever stadig and Flight of the Navigator (1986)/Tilbage til virkeligheden. Finally, Stegelmann presents the Superman short film The Mechanical Monsters (1941).
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the video games Dragon's Lair (Amiga) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Amiga), with help from Troldspejlet's game testers, Rune and Jesper. Also the graphic novel Tårnene i Maury-Skoven 4: Reinhardt (by Hermann). Finally, Stegelmann presents the Superman short film The Mummy Strikes (1943).
Episode devoted to Donald Duck, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Anders And & Co. (the Danish weekly Donald Duck comic book). Jakob Stegelmann interviews comic book artist Freddy Milton on Donald Duck, Carl Barks, and Freddy's own creation Familien Gnuf. Also, Stegelmann shows clip from the Donald Duck short film Clown of the Jungle (1947), and presents in full length: Balloon Land (1935) by Disney veteran Ub Iwerks.
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the VHS releases of Sleeping Beauty (1959) and Flowers in the Attic (1987). Also the graphic novel Hipp Fynn 2: Amerika (by Philippe Berthet, François Rivière & José-Louis Bocquet). Finally, Stegelmann presents in full length the short film The Magic Fluke (1949).
Jakob Stegelmann looks at film monsters, in particular Universal's The Phantom of the Opera (1925), The Mummy (1932), The Wolf Man (1941), Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954), Dracula (1931) and Frankenstein (1931). Also review of the VHS release of The Monster Squad (1987)/Min bedste ven, Frankenstein. Finally, Stegelmann presents in full length the Superman short film The Bulleteers (1942).
Jakob Stegelmann looks at Tom & Jerry, portraying their creators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and showing clips from an early animated b/w short film which served as inspiration, and from Mouse Cleaning (1948). Review of the upcoming video game Tom & Jerry (Amiga) from Magic Bytes, with help from Troldspejlet's game testers, Rune and Jesper. Also, Jesper Israelsen interviews one of the Danish creators behind the video game, Kevin Mikkelsen. Finally, Stegelmann presents in full length the short film Dog Meets Dog (1942).