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New Teaser For Cawley’s Buck Rogers Web Series November 30, 2009

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: New Voyages/Phase II,Sci-Fi , trackback

As we have reported before, James Cawley’s production team are branching out from their ‘fan made’ work on Star Trek Phase II, to do a new web series based on Buck Rogers, but this time it is fully licensed and authorized. The show will premiere in 2010 and today they released the first teaser trailer. Check it out below.

 

Buck Rogers Teaser 

The teaser shows off Buck’s star fighter which was designed by Cawley and Jeff Hayes, and was animated by Tobias Richter. Cawley tells TrekMovie the teaser is "Totally Retro Cool and slightly steam punkish, That is our New Buck! Just a peak at what is to come!"

The pilot ("Armageddon: 2491") for Buck Rogers in the 25th Century is slated to debut in the Fall of 2010. Some of the production is already complete, with more shooting slated for Spring. The show stars  Phase II’s Bobby Rice as Buck Rogers, and the cast also includes Gil Gerard and Erin Gray from the NBC Buck Rogers TV series.

Here is a poster for the show.


Gil Gerrard and Bobby Rice in "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century"

For more on this new Buck Rogers In The 25th Century web series, visit buckrogersbegins.com.

Comments

1. Rocket Scientist - November 30, 2009

Wow. That looks excellent!

2. Henry Blake's Plane - November 30, 2009

cool….

3. garen - November 30, 2009

Looks great.

I recently wondered out loud to my friends how long it will take until Hollywood does a full on steampunk movie. Its begging to be exploited. It really is an awesome look…that, if used correctly, with a good story to tell, could really be a cash cow for the studio that does it right.

4. kempec - November 30, 2009

Nice work James and to Tobias as well. It looks like that you are going to have another masterpiece on your hands!!! Keep it up.

5. CmdrR - November 30, 2009

Erin Gray still looks great.
Just sayin’…

6. Pragmaticus - November 30, 2009

Please tell me why Buck Rogers looks like a refugee from the Third Reich.

7. Capes - November 30, 2009

Saw Erin Gray at Dragoncon…….yes she is still awesome looking!

8. Enterprise - November 30, 2009

Um, looks terrible.

9. CmdrR - November 30, 2009

5 – Clearly Bobby Quinn Rice and Gil Gerard are playing ‘doughboys.’
One of them needed a uniform.

HEY — just kidding, Gil. Love ya, man!

10. cd - November 30, 2009

Spaceship looks good; love the pulsing jet exhaust.

11. Hat Rick - November 30, 2009

That was Gil Gerard?

12. MC1 Doug - November 30, 2009

Looks nice… looks retro… looks exciting…

I cannot wait!

13. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - November 30, 2009

Cute ship…

The years have not treated Gil Gerard well, though….

14. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - November 30, 2009

@7 — I had to take a look at Erin Gray as she is now, for comparison, so I Googled her, and you ain’t kidding… she looks great!

15. Ryan Thomas Riddle - November 30, 2009

Is Andy Probert still doing designs for the show?

Ship looks great, tho’. Love the “retro” looking exhaust.

16. MC1 Doug - November 30, 2009

Interestingly enough, I bought the boxed DVD set to the entire 1979-81 NBC TV series over the weekend and enjoyed watching it far more than I should have.

The first season, really incredibly cheesy (what do you expect from Glen Larson?), had its moments. BUT the second season went off in a totally different tangent and I found it surprisingly satisfying in many ways (although I hate to admit there was one late-in-the-season episode that would have been perfectly at home on ‘Lost in Space’ or ‘Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea’).

I’m not sure I liked the idea of searching for the lost tribes of Earth, a bit too reminiscent of Larson’s ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ but there are a lot of good sci-fi moments in the second season. And while I liked the character ‘Hawk,’ his presence, at times, was to the detriment of other established characters such as Col. Wilma Deering.

One thing I did find of interest was the change of Twiki in the second season. I hated the character in the first season, and with the arrival of the new producer, John Mantley (from TV’s ‘Gunsmoke’) on the second season, Twiki received a new voice that was even MORE annoying than the first… so much so that the producers recognized this and changed it back to ‘his’ original voice. LOL!

It’s too bad NBC cut the series’ lifeline that second season far too soon.

Again, I look forward to this new version on the internet!

17. Mr. Delicious - November 30, 2009

13 – Hey now…you’ll grow old too someday. If Indy can still crack a whip, and the Shat can sit in the chair next to his wax self, then by golly, Buck can still kick 25th century ass with that little robot friend of his….

18. Chris M - November 30, 2009

looks really cool! :)

19. Dom - December 1, 2009

Looks good! Looking forward to it. Are these episodes getting issued on Blu-ray eventually as well?

20. Hat Rick - December 1, 2009

If you look at Gil Gerard’s Wikipedia entry, you’ll find a much better photo of him, dated October of this year. (This makes the above photo somewhat puzzling, since it’s almost as though the above image is of a different man.) Also, I just learned from reading it that he has successfully battled some serious health problems. Bravo to him, and may he enjoy good health for many more decades to come.

21. 4 8 15 16 23 42 - December 1, 2009

@17 – I’m not trying to be mean (& I’m no spring chicken myself), some people just have better genes, and we can’t ignore the effect of lifestyle… In any case, #20 is right, the Wikipedia pic does him better justice.

22. EvilSean - December 1, 2009

EEDEE-BEEDEE-BEEDEE

23. I'm dead Jim - December 1, 2009

Looks excellent guys! Very cool look!

What does the the “L” in Buck Rogers’ name stand for?

24. Marc B. Lee - December 1, 2009

Tobias should have been picked up by the major studios a long time ago. My buddy should be up there in the limelight way above Cawley. Not a fan of this guy but surely a huge fan of my boy Tobias!!!

25. Simon - December 1, 2009

Cawley tells TrekMovie the teaser is “Totally Retro Cool and slightly steam punkish, That is our New Buck! Just a peak at what is to come!”

It should be *peek*, unless he’s talking about mountains…

26. Buzz Cagney - December 1, 2009

Sweet looking ride that Buck has there. Nice work, James and co.

27. Jorg Sacul - December 1, 2009

I want you to meet Gil in person and then rethink “time not being kind”. When his age you are, look so good you will not. And Erin is hotter than ever!

28. Chris Doohan - December 1, 2009

The star fighter is great!!! Love the way you’re going with this, James

29. Daoud - December 1, 2009

@23 I’m curious too, I can’t find anything on this L. Is it for Lawrence/Larry, as in “Larry ‘Buster’ Crabbe”? I could understand a pilot choosing not to be “Larry Rogers” when “Buck Rogers” will do.

Previously, the original strips based on Armageddon 2419 had “Anthony ‘Buck’ Rogers”, and the TV series of course was “William ‘Buck’ Rogers”.

Will we see in the internet series, that L. Rogers’ father portrayed by Gil Gerard is named “William Rogers”? (Is his grandfather going to show up under the name “Anthony Rogers”?)

I’ll just be fascinated to see Erin Gray as Dr. Huer….

30. James Cawley - December 1, 2009

Gil plays Buck’s father “William”. Erin plays his mother.
Buck is wearing that uniform in the photo above because he is a WWI pilot just as in the original strip.
Gil Gerard is in Fantastic shape. He has overcome many difficulties and health issues. #27 IS CORRECT- If you saw him in person, you would say nothing negative. I admit that the lighting in that photo does not show you what he actually looks like.
As to Buck’s first name, it does start with an “L” and he does have a brother names Anthony. Some updating has been done, but it is essentially the original take on the character.
James

31. P Technobabble - December 1, 2009

Very much looking forward to seeing this.

32. Dr. Image - December 1, 2009

LOVE IT!
I have this Buck Rogers coffee table book of all the old comics, and the look is spot on.
Finally it’s being done right! And Tobias’s work rocks!
Thanks James!

33. Anthony Thompson - December 1, 2009

That actually looks pretty cool! I’ve never seen Buck Rogers, but I’ve heard about it (50’s TV show or movie serials?). I’ll look forward to watching it.

34. Lore - December 1, 2009

Where’s “Twiki”?

35. Pfc. Joshua - December 1, 2009

Mr. Cawley, well done sir. It was about time someone brought Buck Rogers back– who, by the way, is considered one of the pioneers of sci-fi.

I’m sure this series will be 10x better than the SyFy adapt of Flash Gordon– which just goes to show you that when given the responsibility of a much beloved franchise it’s best that a fan, in some capacity, be allowed creative control.

Oh and by the way, the above statement isn’t a slight jab at Star Trek 2009. I loved that movie and I felt several fans (Orci and Kurtzman to Quinto and Karl Urban, etc…) worked in front of and behind the camera…and their love shows.

36. Gary the Gorn - December 1, 2009

James Cawley, thanks for putting this together. I’m looking forward to seeing it. Gil Gerard is great. Keep up the great work.

37. Demode - December 1, 2009

The only thing I didn’t like about the BUCK ROGERS clip was the title card. Looked out of place after seeing the awesom spaceship. They need to make the title card look less polished.

38. Buzz Cagney - December 1, 2009

And I think Gil looks pretty darned good. Of course he isn’t the buffed Buck from 30 years ago- but then none of us are now!!. Sadly I wasn’t even buffed 30 years ago!
He was great as Buck though.

39. Ralph F - December 1, 2009

re/#6 (retro Nazi)

Because that uniform look was the look in the original Buck Rogers.

40. PYROBOY - December 1, 2009

This article is listed under fan productions. This is a professional production.

41. Gary Evans - December 1, 2009

Buck’s (Bobby Rice) uniform is the US Army Expeditionary Force of the Great War, World War I as it is now named. This scene, and much of the pilot will be set in Autumn 1918.

This is in keeping with both the original comic strips, YET providing some backstory to Buck Rogers prior to awakening in the 25th century.

Gil looks older and somewhat deep-in-thgought in this photo. That is part of the script that goes with his role as Buck’s father in this particular scene. Also, remember that Gil is garbed in 1918 era Sunday-best clothes. Saying any more would be spoilers!

Notice behind Gil, ti his left (right in pic) Erin Gray – still vivacious and beautiful! Behind Gil to his right (left in pic) is Samantha Gray Hissong (barely visible), Erin’s daughter who is Buck’s finceé in Autumnal 1918 rural America. Bobby Rice as Buck, of course. And, that fab Model-T auto.
Gary Evans

42. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - December 1, 2009

I love Hawkman

You just don’t F$*k with Hawkman

Plus Sarek could take his head off and carry it around on Buck Rogers

43. Capes - December 1, 2009

#42 Nice Mark Lenard reference…..I had forgotten about that.

44. Mr. Delicious - December 1, 2009

42 – That’s right! Sarek lost his head. And the midget robot had a big medallion that talked. And the women ran around in jewelled bikinis.

45. Chris Pike - December 1, 2009

Excellent..
Shows how sticking to original design work and just adding to it works so well and gives such a distinctive look and feel and can be totally successful and original, erm, cough, Mr Chambliss!

24. Marc B. Lee – December 1, 2009
Yes his work is great and I’d like to get in touch for some cg for an small independent sci-fi seeking arts funding next year that I’m supervising VFX on…
But I can say with experience and speaking for myself, it is far more rewarding to be working on a smaller indi job where you get noticed and your work is very visible than on a main feature where you end up just doing tiny pieces of clean-up, fixing shots etc which never get noticed and you are a small cog in a huge machine army of artists.
His name deservedly will headline on this production and will be far more rewarding. Feature VFX can be suprisingly uncreative and claustrophobic for artists.

46. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - December 1, 2009

And Tigerman was a badass as well

James I want Tigerman!!! Tigerman is a must for true Buckitude

Space Vampire too!!

Gil Gerard is the man. Mt. Rushmore of Men’s Men will be Shatner, Gil Gerard, Sonny Chiba and Oliver Reed

The Searcher was a lame ass ship though

47. Andy Patterson - December 1, 2009

Uh…what does it mean to be “steam punkish”?

And will this version have a twiggy in it? Maybe since Mel Blanc is gone it could be voiced by….oh, who’s the guy who does Futurama? Can’t think of his name. He’s kind of the Mel Blanc of our time. Billy West. That’s it.

48. Lord Garth, Formerly of Izar - December 1, 2009

And on Buck you don’t screw with Jack Palance because he has burning glowing hands

And if Jack Palance doesn’t get you watch out for the little blue riddle quoting midget guy. Creepy and dangerous!!!

49. richpit - December 1, 2009

I like the looks of the new Buck trailer, but I tend to like the “retro future” and / or “steam punk” look. Good luck to them.

50. Mr. Delicious - December 1, 2009

48 – And don’t forget Twiki and Gary Coleman becoming best buds. Gary Coleman had all kinds of cool friends: Twiki, KITT, and Mr. T.

51. Desertrat - December 1, 2009

Does Bobby Rice finally cut his hair??

52. Ryan Spooner - December 1, 2009

Looks nice, I liked the original series with Twiki and friends… hope this remake isn’t too cheesy.

Just hope the releases aren’t as painfully far apart as they have been for Star Trek New Voyages/Phase II….. having such HUGE expanses of time between episodes really dampens enthusiasm for the show IMO.

53. Enterprise - December 1, 2009

All we see of these things are trailers. That’s why i write off these fan made things.

54. raulpetersen - December 1, 2009

ooohh my nipples are like bullets!

thank god for cawley and co! i really love there stuff!

55. TD - December 1, 2009

the ship looks awesome,,,,VERY well done!

56. Garovorkin - December 1, 2009

It looks real good. Can’t wait to see it.

57. Rick - December 1, 2009

Wow the teaser looks so cool! I love retro scifi material and I actually have an early printing of “Armageddon: 2491″ so I know the source material well. I do know if it is adapted there could be a few things changed here and there, buy I hope they keep the spirit and some of the stronger elements of it all. I can’t wait to see how it comes out.

58. Crewman Darnell - December 1, 2009

I wonder if we’ll be seeing “Princess Ardala” in this? I’ll never forget actress Pamela Hensley in that role… and the affect she had on my adolescent hormones. Yeesh!

59. Rick - December 1, 2009

Also it is so cool to see them stick to the original source so much. Buck (Anthony) Rogers goes from WW1 era America to 25TH century America. So that is why there is the clothing look seen in the pictures. If I recall much of the future American population were hidden in underground type cities in the rural forest areas and the opposing force were in above ground cities. I will be curious if these elements are kept. If only the folks that did the recent FLASH GORDON series on scifi had the passion and such to make a more faithful series of that property. Oh well it will be attempted again in the future and let’s hope they do it right.;)

60. Weerd1 - December 1, 2009

Wonderful. Lots of anticipation for this…

61. Ashley - December 1, 2009

sexy ship :D

62. Daoud - December 1, 2009

@30 James, thanks for using William as Gil’s character name! That’s a wonderful salute to him on your part. That Buck has a brother named Anthony is also a good snark. You’re going to keep us in suspense about the L. word. I like that! A secret to look forward to discovering.

Of course, were it E. that would obviously be (hello, my name is) Eugene!

I watch eagerly from over here in Maine, looking forward to your work with Buck. Is there a series bible? Do you project a certain number of episodes?

63. Atos - December 1, 2009

Oh great, I suppose Cawley will find some way to appear with Elvis hair and Shatner smirk in this wannabe ripoff too.

64. Neumann - December 1, 2009

@30- I’m quite excited for this, but I feel that I have to bring up the logo, I get the whole retro/comic book/saturday serial feel, but it feels really out of place, especially against that ship. I know it’s probably very late in the game to suggest this, but I have a couple ideas for the title if I can interest you in that, but I don’t want to be impertinent, I’m just very fond of lettering and title design (I did that Gold Key “Phase Two” logo on that image of Matthew in the gold shirt, I don’t know if he showed you that yet). I don’t want to be one of those people who complains without offering an alternative.

Chris

65. Shunnabunich - December 2, 2009

Can’t help feeling like that “poster” just looks like someone snapped it with a point-and-shoot camera, but the CG teaser looks awesome.

@23, 29: Perhaps it stands for the same thing as the “L” in Samuel L. Jackson’s name. “Buck Motherf***ing Rogers”. :)

66. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - December 2, 2009

Looking good James Cawley. Loving it. it is grreat you have the thumbs up from Gil and Erien. Just like you had the Thumbs up from Walter and George from Star Trek. You are a great Producer and a great Actor. Keep up the great work and we all loom forward to Buck Rogers as well as Star Trek Phase 2.

67. Al Hartman - December 2, 2009

This not in any way related to the Glenn Larsen series, so there will be no Twiki, or Gary Coleman, or Space Vampires.

The presence of Gil Gerard (who looks great in person, and a very friendly, kind man) and Erin Gray are just casting choices, not a presage of what the series will be.

#53 – Since Retro Films has a track record of delivering high quality, full length productions rather than just trailers… what makes you say something so odd?

I liked the teaser, and am looking forward to more.

And I, for one… hope James does appear in the series in some capacity, Elvis hair or no.

If not for Elvis hair, there would be no Phase II or Buck Rogers. So, don’t diss the Elvis hair!

68. losira - December 2, 2009

When my mominducted me into scifi buck rogers was the 1st step. Howhe hybernated in a mine cavein. Special gases rare in mizture. His adventures. And wilma deering. It was a top rated radio show. Then to buster crabb on the silver screen. You’ve come a long way buck! Keep it coming!

69. dwnicolo - December 2, 2009

Can’t wait to see it!

70. Patty W - December 2, 2009

Folks… #67 is not a producer and therefore does not speak for the production : so his answers are opinions, not the facts as they are/will eventually be seen on screen…without any more spoilers, several of his answers are outright errors.

Sorry Al, you’re part of the family but you’re not privy to the series concept design!!

~Patty

71. Patty W - December 2, 2009

#41: For the record, folks… Erin Grey’s daughter’s professional name is Samantha Grey.

72. the king in shreds and tatters - December 2, 2009

So are they bringing back the Han, or what?

73. Al Hartman - December 2, 2009

Patty, I don’t think I tried to speak as a producer… James and Gary have both said that the series will be based on the original Nowlan concept and not the Larsen series.

I just repeated that. Sorry if I stepped on any toes. I didn’t intend to.

I’m not in any way part of the Buck Rogers production, I don’t speak for it, have no inside information, and am merely a fan of Retro Films.

My participation with Phase II has been minimal compared to lots of others, but I am grateful to James, Patty, and others for the opportunity to participate and contribute in the small way that I was able.

I don’t speak for Phase II either, have no inside information, and am just an enthusiastic fan of the show and the wonderful people that make it.

what I can say, based on the participation I’ve had… is that some great stuff is coming… It’s worth waiting for.

74. Captain Dingleberry the Magnificent - December 2, 2009

Love the retro look and the FX are GREAT!!!! Looking forward to this!

75. Jim Nightshade - December 3, 2009

I would also like to know what sream punk and retro future are as well…

76. Daoud - December 3, 2009

@70,71 Ouch! Email’s good for those things.

Of course, this means elements of Larson “Buck” Rogers. Oops, there’s that L. word again…. might just appear after all. And that, is fine. Any Nth generation Buck Rogers production should take advantage of the previous efforts….

IF that hadn’t happened, there wouldn’t be Batman Begins & The Dark Knight, and the Spiderman movie series wouldn’t have been so good… each series learned from the previous comics, graphic novels, and cartoons and movie efforts…

I wouldn’t even have a problem with a Twiki or a Dr. Theopolis turning up in the 25th Century… especially with some mood lighting…. beedeebeeedeebeeedeee Buck.

77. Daoud - December 3, 2009

@75 Really? Cool. Steampunk scifi would include something like SPACE:1899. (And that’s no typo ;) Imagine the British Empire in space…) And the Wil Smith version of Wild Wild West. Sci fi ships powered by steam engines. Jules Verne to the Moon stuff.

Retro future, would be making scifi today with the mentality of… 1950’s scifi and older. The Superman Serials. Flash Gordon serials. The original Buck Rogers comic strips. Forbidden Planet. Day the Earth Stood Still. Walt Disney’s original EPCOT drawings. Heck, even TOS as we see it now.

I’m really hoping that when Spielberg gets the When Worlds Collide off the ground that although not steampunk, that it’s done with a Retro Future look.

78. THX-1138 - December 3, 2009

AICN is just now reporting this. The confused barstardos can’t seem to get it into their tiny skulls that it’s a fan production and is being presented for free. Heck, even Harry doesn’t seem to know what it is all about. But that isn’t totally unusual.

79. James Cawley - December 3, 2009

It is not a fan production, and it is not for free.

80. JERRY - December 3, 2009

Even though it’s not based on Larson’s take, it would still be sweet if Cawley and co. could film some of the unproduced BUCK ROGERS scripts like the phenomenal “Silent City of the Dead.” So phenomenal because it was filled with the type of angst one would imagine would be very evident in a man as displaced as Buck was. Written by David Carren and Ken Pettus, it involved a Dr. Junius and a plot to blackmail New Chicago with a deadly virus developed during the holocaust days. Buck is forced to locate a Houston hospital where the antidote is located in order to make the blackmail work and relives his brother’s death, which occured at the same hospital… a death that Buck’s nephew blamed him for.

81. Al Hartman - December 3, 2009

I paid for Sanctuary when it was a web-only, for-pay production… And, I’ll gladly pay for Buck Rogers…

I’ll pay for a quality production. No problem at all.

I donated for the first episode of New Voyages, and have donated subsequently.

I think I even sent money for Farragut.

I bought Walter Koenig’s “Inalienable” too.

I support fan productions, and the professional productions.

My favorite quote from “The Right Stuff”, “No bucks… no Buck Rogers!”

82. Anthony Pascale - December 3, 2009

The opening intro makes it clear that this is not a ‘fan made’ production. It is tagged as ‘scifi’ which is the same for articles we do for non trek scifi (fringe, bsg, etc). It is also tagged with Phase II because it is from the same team.

83. Enterprise - December 3, 2009

yes, but it’s not seen on any TV show or theater. You can only watch it online. Also, you said yourself it was made my the Phase II team. Not by any studio. it’s a fan production.

84. pyroboy - December 3, 2009

Buck Rogers is being made by the Cawley Entertainment Company and Retro Film Studios, LLC. Yes, Star Trek : Phase 2 is a fan (not for profit) production made at Retro Film Studios, But this studio also makes professional productions. Buck Rogers in the 25th century is one of them!

85. JERRY - December 3, 2009

Yep, it’s a perfectly legitimate film company making BUCK ROGERS so it IS a professional production. Sheesh!

86. anthony - December 3, 2009

eh not really my cup of tea.

but it doesnt matter what kind of production it is. it is what it is.
to me, the quality is better than fan made and not as good as legit films.

remember, st:ogam, tuvok wanted to sell it HA!

87. Enterprise - December 3, 2009

I don’t know why they don’t make the DVDs available? If they can’t sell them, give them away on the website. A ton of people would love to see them at heme.

88. JERRY - December 4, 2009

Maybe DVDs will be made available after a bunch of episodes are shown first online – I hope so because I would buy them but I don’t know how they would approach distribution. Don’t know all the legal ins and outs of putting the episodes on commercial DVDs in stores but SANCTUARY was fortunate enough to get a cable TV deal and a DVD distribution deal. I guess we’ll have to see….

89. JERRY - December 4, 2009

… buy yeah, they can’t legally sell PHASE II or even give them out free…. I could see a problem of bootleg copies showing up everywhere. BUCK ROGERS is a different matter entirely.

90. Adam - December 8, 2009

Looks interesting. I quite like the retro-loking ship on a modern looking cloudscape, but I am not a fan of the funny pulsy exhaust, looks a little cartoonish. I’d prefer a realistic looking exhaust.

But anyway…….looking forward to seeing the series.

91. Buddy Deering - December 9, 2009

I’m really surprised with how retro they went with this. All the way back to W W !? How do explain him going 500 years into the future??????
Guess I’ll have wait till next year.
Also loved the clip, hell who didn’t?

92. J.M.Yoda - March 17, 2010

This is going to ROCK. Reminds me of one of my top-ten favorite movies of this past decade “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow”.

Of course that bombed at the BO because they aimed it at the adult masses who don’t like anything retro. I’m a retro-geek so I loved it. To my nephew it was unlike anything he had ever seen so it was cool. However they didn’t bother to advertise on Cartoon Network and Nick so kids were never given the chance to like it. Instead they pushed it on adults who preferred “300” and it’s @$$-rape of history. (I did enjoy”Sin City” however, just not as much as “Sky Captain” . “The Spirit” sucked though.)

So anyway since “Sky Captain” wasn’t successful I fear this won’t be that popular with the masses too but since it’s internet only maybe a niche audience will be enough to sustain it. I hope so!

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