In this week's issue of The Comic Section Podcast, the hosts start by offering condolences to the late actor Carl Weathers, who passed away at the age of 76. They likely reflect on Weathers' notable contributions to the entertainment industry and the impact he made throughout his career.
Next on the agenda is a discussion surrounding James Gunn's casting comments for DCU Supergirl, which sparks backlash over "The Flash" and Sasha Calle. The hosts likely delve into the controversy, exploring the reactions and implications of Gunn's statements in relation to the broader superhero film landscape.
Exciting news for fans of the supernatural as the release date for Beetlejuice 2 is confirmed, along with a possible title. The hosts likely share their thoughts on the long-awaited sequel and discuss what fans can expect from this continuation of the Beetlejuice story.
In the realm of horror, a zombie sequel titled ’28 Years Later’ lands at Sony Pictures. The hosts likely discuss the anticipation surrounding this sequel and its potential impact on the zombie genre.
For fans eagerly awaiting the release of X-Men '97, the hosts share an updated release window for the upcoming Marvel animated series. They likely discuss the significance of this information and the excitement surrounding the return of the X-Men in animated form.
The trailer preview segment offers glimpses of upcoming projects, including "Ghostbusters Frozen Empire," "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare," and "Monkey Man." The hosts likely share their initial reactions and expectations for these diverse offerings.
The episode concludes with Rigel providing his reviews of "The Blackening" and the graphic novel "Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts." These reviews offer insights into the storytelling and artistic merits of the respective works.
Tune in to this week's episode of The Comic Section Podcast for a comprehensive breakdown of these topics, engaging discussions, and insightful reviews!