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This week on The World’s Greatest Comic Book Podcast™: We remember Kelly Preston, Naya Rivera, Joanna Cole, Grant Imahara, and John Lewis. Chris Evans recognizes a 6-Year-Old Hero. We have a Lost Boys musical. Jon Hamm will star in Fletch. NBCUniversal is launching their own Grant Morrison-helmed comic book company. On TV: Peacock has launched. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is delayed. Directors for Hawkeye have been announced. In comics, we review: the Free Comic Book Day release of Kirkman’s Fire Power, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, PandemicaPeace Talks, and JC picks up a reprinted old favorite.

All this and a strip club without strippers! Face front, true believers! It’s the World’s GREATEST Comic Book Podcast™!

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Kelly Preston Dies of Breast Cancer at 57
Naya Rivera ‘mustered enough energy’ to rescue her son
Magic School Bus Author Joanna Cole Dies at 75
Grant Imahara of Mythbusters Dead at 49


Chris Evans Sends 6-Year-Old Hero Special Message
The Message
Niagara Falls strip club set to open without strippers
A Lost Boys Prequel Musical Is Getting Closer to Release


Jon Hamm to Star in Fletch Reboot
Russo Brothers Directing Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling
Project Power: First Trailer Sees Jamie Foxx Put a Twist


Rorschach from Watchmen returns in new DC series
NBCUniversal launches comics company, with Grant Morrison
Marvel’s Strikeforce canceled
Batgirl, Batman and the Outsiders, and Justice League Odyssey set to end in October
DC is finally collecting Who’s Who in 2021
‘The Walking Dead’ Comic Book Series Stages Full Color


The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Won’t Be Hitting Disney+ in August
Peacock Launches Tomorrow With Free and Premium Tiers
Marvel’s Helstrom First Look Revealed
Marvel’s ‘Hawkeye’ Disney+ Series Lands ‘Troop Zero,’ ‘Comrade Detective’ Directors