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Superhero and sci-fi fans are going to need a lot of streaming apps — and that’s not cheap

The future of superhero and sci-fi streaming is entering unknown territory, with Disney officially announcing a not at all surprising split with Netflix, but one thing we do know is that the revolution won’t be cheap. You might as well go ahead and create a geek culture streaming folder on your smartphone or tablet, because if […]
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