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The folks who helped birth some of the best content on popular pages like George Takei now offer, for your consideration, Comic Sands.

Because, like sand, our coverage gets into just about everything—we've got all you need and a lot of what you didn't know you needed.

Our content serves the audience of George Takei and beyond, providing our readers news with commentary from a progressive perspective, so whether it's trending news, trending non-news or viral Twitter takedowns—we've got all you need, and a lot of what you didn't know you needed.

Come for the ride, stay for the post-mortem. Unless you're chicken.

Comic Sands is an Oh Myyy property. Oh Myyy LLC is co-owned by George and Brad Takei (through Hosato Enterprises, Inc., a California corporation) and The Social Edge Network, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, whose principal stakeholders and officers are Lorenzo Thione (CEO) and Jay Kuo (CCO).

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