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Mighty Mouse Returns To Comics This June

Terrytoons’ animated superhero Mighty Mouse has delighted fans the world over since his first appearance in 1942. Now, Dynamite Entertainment announces his triumphant return to comic books for the first time in nearly 30 years, with a series written by Sholly Fisch, illustrated by Igor Lima, and featuring variant cover artwork …

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Dynamite and CBS To Bring Charmed and Mighty Mouse To The Comics Page

Dynamite Entertainment and CBS Consumer Products announced a new license agreement for two properties from the rich history of television: the animated legend Mighty Mouse, and the hit 90’s series Charmed! Mighty Mouse returns to comics for the first time in 30 years, just in time for the character’s 75th anniversary in 2017! Mighty …

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National Amusements Proposes Combination of CBS and Viacom

National Amusements, Inc., the owner of a majority of CBS and Viacom’s voting stock, today announced that it has asked the boards of CBS and Viacom to consider a potential combination of the companies. A copy of the text of the letter transmitted today to the respective boards is set forth …

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“CBS All Access” Rolls Out Commercial-Free Option For Subscribers

CBS Corporation today announced the launch of a commercial-free plan for the CBS All Access subscription service. In addition to the existing subscription offering of $5.99/month, subscribers now have the option to watch CBS All Access’s on-demand content commercial-free for $9.99/month. “The foundation of CBS All Access is not only about giving CBS fans access to more of …

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Star Trek Online Free-to-Play Now Live

Perfect World Entertainment, Cryptic Studios,  and CBS Consumer Products announced the launch and immediate availability of the highly anticipated Star Trek Online Free-to-Play. “We couldn’t be more excited,” said Jack Emmert, CEO, Cryptic Studios, Inc. “Updating Star Trek Onlineto the popular free-to-play model removes those barriers of entry that previously kept fans and …

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