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Welcome back, Faithful Listenerds! Episode 28 is here to make everything better. In this episode, Joe and Matt end racism for good with their discussion about the new Ultimate Spider-Man and the casting of Laurence Fishburne as Perry Whit, with some discussion of the first looks of Henry Cavill’s Superman and Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman thrown in for good measure. As if that weren’t enough, Mike Mignola is killing Hellboy?! Joe and Matt offer their reaction to the news. Plus, NerdTV is back to fill you in on all of this month’s nerdy TV, DVD and movie releases! Special thanks to io9.com for their help!

This week, Matt gets a little homicidal after reading Marvel Comics’ latest Punisher #1. Meanwhile, Joe urges you to get in on the ground floor with Terry Moore’s Rachel Rising #1. For next week, the guys sell out to Dark Horse with their picks of Hellboy: The Fury #3 (Joe) and Baltimore: Curse of the Bells #1 (Matt).

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Our theme music is A Better Tomorrow by Dan the Automator. Other music found in this week’s episode was provided by the following sources: Big News Theme — Here is the News by ELO, Ludicrous Speed Round Theme — Fury of the Storm by Dragonforce featuring Dark Helmet, NerdTV Theme — TV Party by Black Flag, Black or White by Michael Jackson, Pet Cemetary by The Ramones, The Punisher by Dolph Lundgren.