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MAD CAVE STUDIOS signed by ECHO LAKE ENTERTAINMENT

Comic book publisher Mad Cave Studios has been signed by Echo Lake Entertainment, a administration, product, and finance fellowship. Under the agreement, Echo Lake will represent Mad Cave’s catalog of IP for television and movie adaptation. The words of the agreement include the deeds under Mad Cave’s young adult imprint, Maverick. Echo Lake Entertainment Echo […]

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Randall Park to make directorial debut with Adrian Tomine’s SHORTCOMINGS

Making his directorial debut, Randall Park has been sounded to guide the film modification of Adrian Tomine‘s acclaimed graphic tale Shortcomings for Roadside Attractions and Imminent Collision! Shortcomings follows a outing of young Bay Area urbanites — Ben Tanaka, Miko Hayashi, and Alice Kim — as they steer a variety of interperonal affairs, bridging “the […]

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INTERVIEW: RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON cast on creating the world of Kumandra from home

It’s official, Raya and the Last Dragon is out! Get it fired up on your maneuvers, beings! The Beat attended the press conference for the film, where cast and architects has spoken about the process of drafting the tale. From cultivating from residence during the course of its pandemic to the character and world-building, to […]

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Online Comics Events for Everyone!

If you’re looking for some comics themed online events, you’re in luck! The last weekend in February is positively brimming with them. Here’s a brief round up of some of the comic-related events you can attend over the course of the next few days. Be sure and let us know what you think in the […]

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REVIEW: CHAOS WALKING had the potential to be great

Based on the sci-fi trilogy by Patrick Ness, Chaos Walking tells the story of a girl appointed Viola( Daisy Ridley) who has crash-landed on a planet currently being colonized and settled by humans. There, she comes into contact with” the Noise ,” an atmospheric natural force-out on countries around the world that places all men’s […]

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Pandemic Lockdown Theater: Winter Star Trek Edition

By Stuart Moore [ Editor’s note: this got lost in my intent of time articles, but it’s too good not to publish .] Growing up in the 1970 s, we detested the 1970 s. Everyone and everything, from the news media to our older friends and siblings, told us we should. Premiums were skyrocketing; oil […]

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REDWALL movies and shows headed to NETFLIX

For Redwall! The Redwall series by Brian Jacques is being adapted by Netflix, thanks to a deal with Penguin Random House UK that includes the rights to the entire streak of works, which will be translated into both peculiarity and series adaptations. The Redwall series follows the epic, anthropomorphic animals that reside in Redwall Abbey, […]

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TRICK OR BEAT: Growing up without Halloween showed me how to celebrate it on my own

Growing up as a child enamored with the spookiest season of them all, Halloween, was a difficult venture in my family. Conservative Christians, Halloween rimmed on the Satanic and celebrating Halloween…well. But I cherished all of it( except for the skeletons ): black cats, exasperated voodoos, cobwebs, costumes, some of the candy( I was allergic […]