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ISSUE #243 (Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom, Marvel VFX Unionize, & More)

In this exciting new issue of The Comic Section Podcast, we dive into the latest news and updates from the world of comics, superheroes, and pop culture. Here's a breakdown of what we discussed:

Marvel Studios' VFX Workers Unionize: We start the episode with a significant development in the entertainment industry. Marvel Studios' visual effects (VFX) workers have made a historic decision by unanimously voting to unionize with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). We delve into the implications of this decision for the future of VFX workers and the broader entertainment industry.

'Real Time with Bill Maher' Returns Without Writers: We discuss HBO's 'Real Time with Bill Maher' as it returns to the airwaves without its usual team of writers. What led to this decision, and how might it affect the show's content and dynamics?

Brightburn Sequel in the Works: Fans of the 2019 superhero horror movie Brightburn will be thrilled to hear that a sequel is in development. We share what we know about this exciting project and what to expect from it.

Deadpool 3 Rumor: Could we see a reunion between Dafne Keen's Laura/X-23 and Hugh Jackman's Logan/Wolverine in Deadpool 3? We explore this tantalizing rumor and its potential impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Fist of the North Star Anime Adaptation: Warner Bros. Japan has announced a new anime adaptation of the legendary manga Fist of the North Star by Buronson and Tetsuo Hara. We discuss the significance of this announcement for anime fans and the legacy of the original manga.

Trailer Previews: We offer sneak peeks and insights into some exciting upcoming trailers. Get a taste of what's in store for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, The Fall of The House of Usher, and the return of Goosebumps as a TV series.

Reviews: Our hosts share their thoughts on recent releases. Jason provides a detailed review of the first episode of Apple TV Plus's The Changeling, Rigel dives into Netflix's I Think You Should Leave, and Ant gives us his take on the book Fight Club.

Don't miss out on this packed episode filled with news, rumors, and insightful reviews. Tune in to The Comic Section Podcast for all your favorite pop culture updates and discussions!

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