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Mad Duck Posters To Release The Secret of The Sword Prints By Tom Whalen On September 5, 2018

On March 22, 1985, The Secret of The Sword was released in theaters and was a financial success for Filmation. The movie tells the origin story of She-Ra and features He-Man, Skeletor, Hordak and many more classic Masters of The Universe characters. From the abduction of Prince Adam’s twin sister Adora, through her time as the Horde Force Captain, this movie gives the complete origin, resulting in the birth of She-Ra!

The Secret of The Sword would eventually be edited into the first 5 episodes of the original She-Ra cartoon!

Mad Duck Posters is thrilled to release new licensed posters for The Secret of The Sword by Tom Whalen which will go on sale Wednesday, September 5th at 12PM ET. 

Regular Edition
36″ x 24”
10 color screen print with 3 metallic inks
Edition size – 150
$65

Honor Variant Edition
36″ x 24”
10 color screen print with 3 metallic inks
Edition size – 100
$85

Magic Variant Edition
36″ x 24”
10 color screen print with 3 metallic inks
Edition size – 50
$95

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Pee Wee’s Big Holiday Coming To Netflix

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Netflix has announced it will premiere exclusively in all of its territories the new feature film, Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, starring Paul Reubens as the beloved fun-loving hero of TV, stage and film, Pee-wee Herman.

Judd Apatow (Anchorman, Bridesmaids) and Reubens, who worked together to bring the project to fruition, will produce the film. Reubens and Paul Rust (“Comedy Bang! Bang!,” “Arrested Development”) wrote the film. John Lee (“Broad City,” “Inside Amy Schumer”) makes his feature film directorial debut with production beginning three-weeks from now in March.

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In Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger inspires Pee-wee Herman to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny.

“We didn’t hesitate for a moment knowing that Pee-wee’s Big Holiday was such a passion project for Paul and Judd and we are delighted by the opportunity to introduce such a beloved character to a new generation,” said Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos. “We are thrilled to bring our viewers around the world the wonder of Pee-wee Herman.”

“As a fan of Pee-wee Herman since he first appeared on The Dating Game, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the brilliant Paul Reubens on this film. It is a dream come true,” said Judd Apatow.

“Judd and I dreamt up this movie four years ago. The world was much different back then— Netflix was waiting by the mailbox for red envelopes to arrive. I’ve changed all that. The future is here. Get used to it. Bowtie is the new black,” said Pee-wee Herman.

The character of Pee-wee previously starred in Tim Burton’s 1985 smash Pee-wee’s Big Adventure followed by Big Top Pee-wee in 1988, as well as five seasons of the innovative children’s show “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” from 1986 to 1990. The character made a comeback with the “The Pee-wee Herman Show on Broadway” in 2011.

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A Map of Television Show Locations in America By James Chapman

Graphic artist and physicist James Chapman has designed a detailed poster titled “AMERICA:the home of television” which is a map of television show locations in the United States. It’s available to purchase at his Etsy shop for $24.

Have you ever wondered how far it is from Breaking Bad to Arrested Development? Or which coast has more crime drama? Or how many shows are set in Wyoming? (Spoiler alert, it’s none) Well, wonder no more.

Law & Order, Happy Days, Treme, Gossip Girl, Frasier, 30 Rock, Rocky & Bullwinkle, The Wire, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Even Stevens, True Blood, Girls, Community, Friday Night Lights and many many many more are all featured on this map of television locations in America.

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