The guys examine Fox's stewardship of the Fantastic Four and X-Men film franchises, as well as Marvel's handling of the Star Wars comic license at the nine month mark. Then in our music segment, we examine the career of Bruno Mars, talk up our favorite singles from 2015 thus far, and spitball the best karaoke songs of all time. Finally, with PAX Prime 2015 just around the corner, Keyshawn tells us  of the awesomeness that is Rocket League.

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Keyshawn smells some comics, Cyrus doesn't get Deadpool, Riad has some feels about vinyl, Nolan Ryan beats the hell out of Robin Ventura, Taylor Swift conquers the 7 year old demographic, Bill Simmons takes on Roger Goodell, the NFL takes on itself, and Colin Kaepernick suits up as Al Pacino in this episode of Full of Sound and Fury podcast.

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We get the whole gang together for an in-depth film/comic book study in this two-for-one episode. Is Hollywood too franchised?  What makes a movie "timeless"? Are action flicks back? What's the greatest "cheesecake scene" of all time? All that, plus the guys bid a fond farewell to Marvel Comics' "Ultimate" line.

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The guys wrap up their discussion on board and trading card games, converse about the NBA, NFL and NCAAF off-seasons and spend more time analyzing the closing credits of Fury Road than anybody should.

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Riad (and Ben Affleck) make their long-awaited return to the show, as the guys recap the big announcements from San Diego Comic Con 2015, review the latest seasons of Game of Thrones and Daredevil, discuss what Fury Road says about Michael Bay, talk gaming stores, and mourn the passing of composer James Horner.

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It's a thick one as Keyshawn makes the case for The Walking Dead, Cyrus makes the case for Matlock, Secret Wars changes Marvel as we know it, Frank Miller returns to the Dark Knight, Man of Steel gets colorized, Gotham fails on multiple levels, and Gymkata gets adapted for the screen.

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We spoil/review Mad Max: Fury Road, The Flash, Arrow, Daredevil and Avengers: Age of Ultron. All that PLUS an ending so shocking you'll have to hear it to believe it.

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In 2003, Comedy Central's Chapelle's Show premiered to runaway critical and commercial success.  A decade later, the guys look back and examine the formula and talent behind one of the great runs in comedy, as well as its enduring legacy.

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The boys break bread and try to formulate a plan to watch all the great movies and television on the slate for the remainder of 2015.

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What do Daredevil, The Dirty Mac, #FourChildhoodCrushes, and Fortune Tellers have in common? Absolutely nothing.

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