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Preview: Star Wars Adventures: #2

Star Wars Adventures: #2

(W) Michael Moreci, Shane McCarthy (A) Ilias Kyriazis, Nick Brokenshire (CA) Francesco Francavilla
In Shops: Nov 18, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Between the events of The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, Poe and Finn have taken Rey to a remote planet to continue her Jedi training. But they’re surprised to find that the First Order’s reach extends far and wide.

Star Wars Adventures: #2

Hasbro Reveals a Star Wars: The Vintage Collection Greef Karga and The Child on Mando Monday

STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH GREEF KARGA Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $12.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the STAR WARS Galaxy with this STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH GREEF KARGA Figure, inspired by THE MANDALORIAN live-action series on Disney Plus. Featuring premium detail and design, as well as original Kenner branding, this collectible action figure makes a great gift for STAR WARS fans and collectors. Highly poseable with realistic detail, including a photoreal face, the STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH GREEF KARGA Figure can be displayed in action figure and vehicle collections. Includes figure and 2 accessories. Available for pre-order at Amazon, Entertainment Earth, Big Bad Toy Store, and Dorkside Toys.

STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH THE CHILD Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $12.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the STAR WARS Galaxy with this STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH THE CHILD Figure, inspired by THE MANDALORIAN live-action series on Disney Plus. Featuring premium detail and design, as well as original Kenner branding, this collectible figure makes a great gift for STAR WARS fans and collectors. Highly poseable with realistic detail, the STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH THE CHILD Figure with hover pram can be displayed in action figure and vehicle collections. Includes figure and 2 accessories. Available for pre-order at Amazon, Entertainment Earth, Big Bad Toy Store, and Dorkside Toys.

Preview: Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #6

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #6

(W) Alyssa Wong (A) Ray-Anthony Height (CA) Leinil Francis Yu
32 PGS./Rated T
In Shops: Nov 25, 2020
SRP: $3.99

APHRA HAS A NEW WORST ENEMY – THE VILLAINOUS DOMINA TAGGE RETURNS!
Someone sinister has put a price on DOCTOR APHRA’s head… and it’s none other than DOMINA TAGGE!
Now Aphra’s running for her life, trying to shake every bounty hunter on her tail.
But one of those is SANA STARROS… and for Sana, it’s personal!
Aphra can’t out-think Domina or outrun Sana…what choice does she have left?!

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #6

Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures Brings a New Era of Jedi Knights to Comics

In its first contribution to Lucasfilm’s bold Star Wars: The High Republic publishing campaign spanning comics and prose, IDW Publishing has announced the February 3rd, 2021 launch of Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures, an ongoing comic book series set 200 years before the live-action film continuity.

Writer Daniel José Older, bestselling author of Star Wars: Last Shot, joins artist Harvey Tolibao and colorist Rebecca Nalty for a tale of the Republic’s glory days that — while aimed at middle-grade readers — provides a unique perspective to pivotal moments in the Star Wars timeline that fans of all ages can enjoy.

In Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures, the Jedi have long maintained galactic peace… but the coming of a powerful new adversary called the Nihil threatens to end it all. Now, a group of Master Yoda’s young Padawan learners must protect the Republic while learning the lessons that will one day lead them to become powerful Jedi in their own right.

Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #1 will be available with two cover variants for retailers and fans to enjoy: Cover A by series artist Harvey Tolibao, and a Retailer Incentive edition featuring art by Yael Nathan.

Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #1

Diamond Select Toys Summer Preview: Star Wars, Marvel, Tron and More!

Summer is coming! Okay, not for a while, but if there’s one thing that will get you through the long, cold months, it’s images of the newest pre-orders from Diamond Select Toys and Gentle Giant Ltd.! Shipping this summer, new items from Marvel Comics, Godzilla, Tron, Mortal Kombat and Avatar: The Last Airbender are now up for pre-ordering thorugh your local comic shop and your favorite online retailers.

Avatar The Last Airbender Gallery Katara PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Avatar: The Last Airbender is finding a new generation of fans on Netflix, and the Gallery Diorama line is targeting a new generation of collectors! This approximately 9-inch tall diorama of Katara depicts her wielding her waterbending powers as she stands in the middle of a mini-tsunami. Made of high-quality PVC, this diorama features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and features translucent water effects that catch the light. Packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Uriel Caton, sculpted by Salvador Gomes. (Item #DEC202071, SRP: $49.99)

Godzilla Gallery King Ghidorah 1991 PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Hail to the King! King Ghidorah rises from the sea in this detailed diorama, a companion piece to the 1991 Godzilla diorama. Based on his appearance on the poster for Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, he measures approximately 11 inches tall. Display it with Godzilla to form a larger scene! It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Jorge Santos Souza. (Item #DEC202072, SRP: $89.99)

Legends in 3D Marvel Comic Doctor Doom 1/2 Scale Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Behold the magnificent visage of Doom! Victor Von Doom, ruler of Latveria, is a Legend among his people, and now he’s a Legend in 3D! This 10-inch bust depicts the monarch in ½ scale, atop a castle pedestal decorated with Doom’s monogram, and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Limited to only 1,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella. (Item # DEC202073, SRP: $175.00)

Marvel Animated Style Thing Statue

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! It’s clobberin’ time! The rocky curmudgeon of the Fantastic Four is now a super-adorable animated-style statue! Based on the variant cover artwork of Skottie Young, this action-packed piece shows Thing running into the fray, and stands approximately 4 inches tall. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packed in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Paul Harding! (Item # DEC202079, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Comic Iron Man 1/7 Scale Mini-Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Iron Man flexes his technological might in this all-new bust based on Marvel Comics! Charging up a repulsor blast while extending various segments of his armor, this 1/7 scale bust stands approximately 6 inches tall atop a similarly armored pedestal base. Featuring detailed sculpting and paint applications, this resin bust is limited to 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Juan Pitluk. (Item # DEC202077, SRP: $69.99)

Marvel Comic Gallery Firestar PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! This Gallery Diorama is smoking hot! Depicting New Warrior, Avenger and Spider-Man amazing friend Firestar, this sculpture shows her soaring into the sky, fire at her fingertips. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, this dynamic figure is made of high-quality PVC and  features detailed sculpting and paint applications; the flames are cast in translucent material to catch the light. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Uriel Caton, sculpted by Alejandro Pereira. (Item # DEC202075, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Comic Premier Collection Sabretooth Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! The claws are out! This approximately 10-inch tall statue of Wolverine foe Sabretooth shows the assassin in his classic costume, hunting his prey across a rocky, snowy landscape. Made of high-quality resin, this statue features detailed sculpting and paint applications. It is limited to only 3,000 pieces and comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Nelson Asencio, hand-sculpted by Clayburn Moore. (Item # DEC202076, SRP: $200.00)

Marvel Comics Minimates Series 80 Espionage Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! It’s the landmark 80th series of Marvel Minimates, and we’re celebrating with a packed wave of fan demands! Since 2003, the line has captured hundreds of Marvel characters, but there are still plenty to make, and this wave delivers! Frequent fan requests Deathlok, Mockingbird, Ghost and Constrictor are joined by Spider-Woman in her second outfit and Iron Man in his stealth armor – an updated throwback to one of the first Minimates ever released! Each 2-inch mini-figure features 14 points of articulation and fully interchangeable parts and comes in a pack of two. Designed by Barry Bradfield!  (Item # DEC202078, SRP: $9.99/ea,)

Marvel Select Titanium Man Action Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! One of the most requested Marvel Select action figures is now a reality! Despite being one of Iron Man’s oldest and deadliest foes, the Titanium Man has never been captured in his classic appearance as an action figure. Now, this 9.5” figure will fill a massive hole in fans’ collections! Featuring 16 points of articulation, this figure features an interchangeable Boris Bullski head, interchangeable hands, and clip-on energy effects. It comes packaged in display-ready Select action figure packaging with side-panel artwork for shelf reference. Designed by Yuri Tming, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item # DEC202074, SRP: $29.99)

Mortal Kombat Gallery Raiden PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Kombat continues! The next entry in the knockout Mortal Kombat line of Gallery Dioramas is none other than Raiden himself, protector of Earth! Based on his appearance in the original 1992 video game, this approximately 10-inch diorama sees him drawing up electricity from the earth to launch a lightning attack! Made of high-quality PVC, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Salvador Gomes. (Item # DEC202070, SRP: $49.99)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker C-3PO & Babu Frik 1/6 Scale Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! C-3PO gets a tune-up in the newest 1/6 scale Star Wars bust from Gentle Giant Ltd.! With Babu Frik on his shoulder and his wiring exposed to the world, C-3PO measures approximately 6 inches tall, and is a necessary addition to any Star Wars bust collection. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. (Item # DEC202069, SRP: $120.00)

Star Wars Clone Wars Asajj Ventress 1/6 Scale Mini-Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Asajj Ventress makes her long-awaited entrance to the 1/6 Scale Star Wars bust line from Gentle Giant Ltd.! The Sith wields her twin red lightsabers and includes a removable cloak, making her a necessary addition to any Star Wars bust collection. She stands approximately 6 inches tall, 8 inches with lightsabers. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. (Item #DEC202068, SRP: $120.00)

Tron Electronic Arcade-Style Action Figures Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! Greetings Programs, welcome to the world of Tron!  Straight out of Flynn’s arcade comes Diamond Select’s newest box set from the 1982 landmark motion picture Tron.

This exclusive action figure packaging is inspired by the actual vintage 1980’s Tron arcade machine. This electronic boxset showcases Tron and Sark’s final showdown as Flynn plunges into the Master Control Program’s core to return to the real world.   

The arcade-styled packaging features a full light-up Tron marquee, an authentic replica of the Tron arcade joystick and two different UV light sequences. The multiple flashing multicolored LEDs and ultraviolet lights are activated by either pressing the Player 1 or Player 2 start buttons located on top of the replica arcade control console.   

This Tron boxset comes packed with 7″ collectors scale action figures of Tron, Sark and Flynn, featuring 16 points of articulation with identity disc accessories and UV reflective paint which glows, when electronics in the package are activated. The Tron Electronic Arcade Style Boxset includes batteries and stands over 16 inches tall and over 11 inches wide. Final product may vary.

Figures designed by Yuri Tming and sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios. Packaging design by David Forrest of Kinetic Underground. (Item #MAR208005, SRP: $120.00)

TV Review: The Mandalorian S2E4 “Chapter 12: The Siege”

 THE MANDALORIAN S2E4 "CHAPTER 12: THE SIEGE"

Mando checks in with some old friends, The Child heads to (pre) school, there’s a couple twists on some old Star Wars set pieces, and honestly, everyone ends up in worse trouble in The Mandalorian Season 2, Episode 4 ” Chapter 12: The Siege“, written by Jon Favreau and directed by Carl Weathers. With its planet/adventure of the week plot structure, The Mandalorian doesn’t have an ensemble cast, but it does have a couple of interesting recurring guest actors. Weathers and Favreau use them nicely in this episode and also provide more commentary on the post-fall of the Empire universe as the New Republic struggles to connect with the Outer Rim (Even though its greatest hero is from there!) and the remnants of the Empire engage in a very Star Wars form of eugenics to try to get back in power.

In this episode, Mando goes to the planet Navaro (Where the pilot and a bit of the previous season took place.) to finally get the Razor Crest repaired and travel to Corvus to meet the last scion of the Jedi, Ahsoka Tano. These days, Navaro is pretty law abiding thanks to Marshal Cara Dune (Notable transphobe, anti-masker and general conspiracy theorist Gina Carano) and Magistrate Greef Karga (Weathers). There’s a school, commerce, and Karga has even employed former Mando bounty, Mythrol (Horatio Sanz) as his accountant to work of his debts. (Think Suicide Squad, but number crunching.) However, on the other side of the planet, there’s an Imperial base with a lot of heavy weaponry, and while Mando is waiting for his ship to be fixed, Dune and Karga rope him into blowing its reactor and bringing peace to the planet with Mythrol acting as hacker, lockpick, and getaway driver.

Mythrol’s getaway driver status is short lived when the team discovers that the base isn’t your run of a mill, but a lab where Imperial scientists are running very unethical tests and experiments on subjects using The Child’s blood. However, they’ve run out and need to recapture him again so this episode becomes a lot more complicated than blowing up a base over a lava pit and going home. As soon as Mando hears The Child is in danger, he jets off to protect him while Dune, Karga, and Mythrol end up in a speeder chase in the Star Wars equivalent of a Ford F-150. You can feel Weathers and cinematographer Matthew Jensen‘s glee in this sequence, which goes full Grand Theft Auto and escalates to TIE fighters and wraps up in a very A New Hope way.

My favorite part of “The Siege” was the adrenaline-filled third act where Imperial scout troopers actually behaved cleverly for once and may have actually gotten the upper hand if they weren’t so fanatical. (See last episode’s cyanide pill popping.) However, Carl Weathers and Jon Favreau spend the first bit of the episode showing the change and growth that Mando, Dune, Karga, and even Mythrol have gone through since last season. Dune has gone from a mercenary and prize fighter to a sheriff, who can keep the peace with her blaster and physical combat skills while Karga is back to his old respected government job ways instead of running numbers and bounties. However, he’s got a little bit of edge as evidenced by making Mythrol take all the big risks during the Imperial Base caper. Mythrol is still cowardly and wants to make an extra buck, but his new job keeps him in line. Dune and Karga’s goals have gone from trying to make a buck and forget about their more traditionally noble or heroic pasts to helping others and creating a safe “green zone” on where folks can live a life free from New Republic policing and bureaucracy and Imperial fascism.

And Mando has changed the most. He’s gone from treating the Child like a bundle, nuisance, or McGuffin to straight up treating him like a son. For example, in the beginning of “The Siege”, Mando tries to walk The Child through fixing something on Razor Crest because the little cutie can fit in tight spaces. However, this is a little advanced for him, and honestly, Mando should have just let him do the sci-fi western equivalent of holding the flashlight. Weathers and Favreau even riff on the dread “first day of school” when Karga tells Mando to drop him off at the classroom while they go on their mission. Weathers inserts a lingering shot of him looking away as The Child immediately gets into mischief and uses The Force to steal a classmate’s snack. Mando’s motivation is keeping The Child safe, happy, and hopefully one day, reconnected with others like him. This is a hell of a thing to build a TV show around and demonstrates why so many folks have emotionally connected with The Mandalorian.

 THE MANDALORIAN S2E4 "CHAPTER 12: THE SIEGE"

The Mandalorian Season 2 continues to be in conversation with previous iterations of Star Wars, and after last week’s detour to Clone Wars and Rebels, we’re back to the original trilogy. Carl Weathers and Jon Favreau go full fanboy (But not in a toxic way.) and insert in all kinds of goodies like the aforementioned speeder bike chase, blowing up a reactor a la Endor, the classic gunner heads up display used in Vader’s TIE fighter and the Millennium Falcon, and in a touching moment even though Carano doesn’t quite sell the emotion, Alderaan. The inclusion of these elements create a nostalgic reaction in viewers that helps some of the themes that Favreau is exploring go down easier like the Rebels transformation into New Republic beat cops. I mean, we go from Han Solo and Wedge Antilles to some protocol spouting guy in an orange jacket using the death of all of Dune’s friends and relatives on Alderaan to recruit to “join the force”. I find the politics and tension of this era of Star Wars history really fascinating, especially when Favreau gives us this boots on the ground view although the information about Mandalorians is interesting too and places Mando in a larger context beyond “lone badass with a soft spot for a cute, occasionally bratty kid.”

“Chapter 12: The Siege” has a tense chase scene, a pleasant performance from Carl Weathers as Greef Karga and continues to show the bond between Mando and The Child in a sweet, occasionally funny way as it’s interesting to see Pedro Pascal change his body language and movements from sharing some soup with him to gunning down stormtroopers and pulling off crazy maneuvers in good-as-new Razor Crest. However, Jon Favreau undercuts this fancy flying and uses the last moments of the episode to have Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon raise this season’s stakes with a slight eyebrow movement. He’s a great villain, Mando knows he’s alive now, and I can’t wait for their rematch down the road.

Overall Verdict: 8.4

Review: Star Wars: Rebels Vol. 1

Star Wars: Rebels Vol. 1 begins the adventure in a galaxy far, far, away, adapting the popular animated series to manga.

So join Ezra, Kanan and the rest of the Ghost crew in a whole new style and look.

Art: Akira Aoki
Letterer: Phil Christie

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon
comiXology
Kindle

Yen Press provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review
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Preview: Star Wars Adventures Annual 2020

Star Wars Adventures Annual 2020

(W) Cavan Scott, Nick Brokenshire (A) Nick Brokenshire, Franchesco Gaston (CA) Mauricet
In Shops: Nov 18, 2020
SRP: $5.99

Framed for a crime he didn’t commit, Jaxxon finds himself at odds with the Empire, the Rebellion, and his ex-partner Amaiza Foxtrain! Co-starring Luke, Leia, Han, and Chewie in the days leading up to The Empire Strikes Back! Plus, an all-new tale of everyone’s favorite droid bounty hunter from The Empire Strikes Back-IG-88! (With apologies to 4-LOM.)

Star Wars Adventures Annual 2020

Alan Dean Foster Goes Public with his Dispute with Disney Over Royalties

Alien the Novel

Earlier today, Alan Dean Foster and the Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) held a press conference concerning Disney‘s refusal to pay royalties to Foster for work he has done. Foster was originally contracted to write the Alien novelizations through Warner Books which were eventually licensed to Titan Books, and the Star Wars novelizations by Lucasfilms. Both Warner Books and Lucasfilms regularly paid his royalties.

When The Walt Disney Company acquired the rights to these novelizations in or around 2015, the payments stopped although the books continue to be sold. Disney continues to get money for the books. Alan Dean Foster, and possibly other authors with similar contracts, have not been paid.

Disney’s defense is they have purchased the rights but not the obligations of the contract. They are claiming they have the right to publish the work but not pay the writer based on the original contract.

If this stands, it stands to set a precedent with chilling effects within publishing, and creative industries as a whole.

SFWA President Mary Robinette Kowal has laid out three solutions to the dispute:

  1. Pay Alan Dean Foster all back royalties as well as any future royalties.
  2. Publication ceases until new contract(s) are signed, and pay all back royalties to Alan Dean Foster as well as any future royalties.
  3. Publication ceases and pay all back royalties to Alan Dean Foster.

In his public letter to the company Foster says Disney wanted him to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) before even talking and negotiating. The publisher has since ingnored requests from his agents and the SFWA.

Foster also included his need that there’s a medical need for the money. He’s not looking for charity, he just wants what he’s owed.

The SFWA is also looking to see if this is a systemic issue with Disney and is asking for other creators to report if they’ve experienced similar experiences. You can do so here. Disney purchased Marvel Comics in 2009 and one would assume contracts with royalties in that deal. Unless there’s something specific about Foster’s original contract, Disney’s stance would be inconsistent by their own actions assuming they’re abiding by those Marvel contracts.

You can watch the full press conference below.

New Star Wars: Black Series Includes Hunter, Crosshair, Asajj Ventress, Plus a Vintage Zutton

STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH HUNTER Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the STAR WARS Galaxy with this premium STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH HUNTER Figure, inspired by the BAD BATCH HUNTER character from the STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS animated series. STAR WARS fans and collectors can display this 6-inch-scale highly poseable, fully articulated figure, featuring premium deco, in their action figure and vehicle collection. Includes figure and 5 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse, Entertainment Earth, and Big Bad Toy Store.

STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH CROSSHAIR Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the STAR WARS Galaxy with this premium STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH CROSSHAIR Figure, inspired by the BAD BATCH CROSSHAIR character from the STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS animated series. STAR WARS fans and collectors can display this 6-inch-scale highly poseable, fully articulated figure, featuring premium deco, in their action figure and vehicle collection. Includes figure and 4 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse, Entertainment Earth, and Big Bad Toy Store.

STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH ASAJJ VENTRESS Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Fans and collectors can imagine scenes from the STAR WARS Galaxy with this premium STAR WARS: THE BLACK SERIES 6-INCH ASAJJ VENTRESS Figure, inspired by the STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS series. STAR WARS fans and collectors can display this 6-inch scale highly poseable, fully articulated figure, featuring premium deco, in their action figure and vehicle collection. Includes figure and 2 accessories. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse, Entertainment Earth, and Big Bad Toy Store.

STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH ZUTTON Figure

(HASBRO/Age 4 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $12.99/Available: Spring 2021)

Featuring premium detail, original Kenner branding, and design across multiple points of articulation inspired by STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE, this collectible STAR WARS: THE VINTAGE COLLECTION 3.75-INCH ZUTTON Figure makes a great gift for STAR WARS fans and collectors. This highly poseable figure with realistic detail figure can be displayed in action figure and vehicle collections. Includes figure and accessory. Available for pre-order at Hasbro Pulse, Amazon, Entertainment Earth, and Big Bad Toy Store.


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