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ISSUE #261 (The Trial Of Rigel)

In this week's issue of The Comic Section Podcast, the hosts bring a unique and entertaining twist by having a trial for co-host Rigel, who is defending himself against allegations made by fellow co-host Ant regarding his convenient absence during certain episodes. This playful and humorous segment likely involves light-hearted banter, jokes, and perhaps some theatrical arguments as Rigel defends his case.

After the trial, the hosts dive into entertainment news. First on the agenda is the revelation that 80's fitness icon Richard Simmons disavows his biopic starring Pauly Shore. The hosts likely discuss the reasons behind Simmons' disapproval and how this might impact the perception of the biopic.

As "Godzilla Minus One" wraps up its notable theatrical run, Toho International announces a remastered black-and-white version of the film for a limited one-week release. The hosts likely explore the artistic choice behind this decision and its significance for fans of the iconic monster.

Exciting news for Looney Tunes fans as a new movie titled "The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie" is confirmed for a theatrical release. The hosts likely share their excitement about the return of these classic characters to the big screen.

A significant piece of information regarding DC Comics emerges as Superman, Batman, Lois Lane, Joker, and Wonder Woman are set to enter the public domain in a decade's time. The hosts likely discuss the implications of this for the iconic characters and potential creative opportunities for new adaptations.

The trailer preview segment offers glimpses of upcoming projects, including Netflix's "The Vince Staples Show," "This Is Me...Now: A Love Story," and "Spaceman." The hosts likely share their initial reactions and expectations for these diverse offerings.

In the review segment, Jason provides insights on Marvel's "Echo," Ant offers his thoughts on the 2003 film "Tiptoes," and Rigel reviews "Monarch: Legacy of Monsters," the new Ultimate Spider-Man comic, "Outlaw Johnny Black," and "They Cloned Tyrone." These reviews offer a mix of perspectives on various entertainment offerings.

Tune in to this week's episode of The Comic Section Podcast for a delightful combination of humor, entertainment news, and insightful reviews!

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