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At ViacomCBS’ Investor Day event on Wednesday, February 24th, 2021, Viacom CBS announced that the Star Trek universe will be made available for streaming on Paramount+, including the U.S. premiere of Star Trek: Prodigy in 2021. Star Trek: Prodigy is developed by CBS Studios and Nickelodeon, and is the first Trek series that’s geared towards
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ParenthesisBy Elodie DurandTop Shelf Productions There are so many horrors a human can face, and one of the worst, at least for me, comes from the inside — losing yourself. There are many ways to do that, from mental illness to dementia and Alzheimers, addictions that bring blackouts, brain injuries, strokes, plenty more. French cartoonist
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Vault Comics has announced a new title set to release in May. The Blue Flame, “an utterly unique and thought-provoking cosmic superhero maxi-series,” is written by Christopher Cantwell, (Iron Man, Doctor Doom, Halt and Catch Fire) and illustrated by Adam Gorham (Punk Mambo, New Mutants, The Violent). Colorist Kurt Michael Russell (Money Shot, The Plot, Brandon Sanderson’s Dark One), letterer Hassan
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Since the PlayStation 5 was first teased back in 2019, players have been curious about the developer’s plans for a next-gen PSVR system. Today on the official PlayStation blog, Sony officially announced their next generation of VR system coming to the PlayStation 5 console. Though specific details were vague, one innovation mentioned was a new
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Is there a better way to express affection than through comics? If there is, we’re not interested in hearing about it here at Stately Beat Manor! Today, we’re look at 21 manga titles that could make a perfect gift for your sweetie. Why not say it with manga? And don’t forget, the first romance of
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In the newest graphic novel from Timothé le Boucher, The Locker Room, readers get a look inside the volatile and singular environment that is a middle school locker room. The graphic novel will be available tomorrow, Tuesday, February 22nd, 2021 from Life Drawn, an imprint of Humanoids. Le Boucher’s previous work includes the graphic novel Ces Jours
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In my own personal experience, red state progressives are amazing badasses. Which is not to say there aren’t incredible activists in blue states. But there’s a certain humility, I think, that comes with going up against incredible odds, and an awareness of who your real enemies are. If you are able, please consider joining the Sorensen
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