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Melt Comics

If you think that acting is all about trudging from one audition to the next as you wait for the role that will make your career, think again. Like the writers, artists and musicians that regularly appear in “Hard Road to Rad,” actors are working in an industry that’s rapidly changing and they’ve had to change with it. As Tara Platt says, there’s a growing need “to be a hyphenate.” In other words, if you want to act, you have to be able to do other things too, and we’re not talking about traditional day jobs…

Indie Intertube

Indie Intertube brings you a weekly podcast dedicated to independent internet television and original “for the web” content. Check it out as host Destini discusses what’s hot and streaming in the world of online entertainment with Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal…


Actors Tara Platt and Yuri Lowenthal know how to make things happen fast. Last spring, Platt had an idea for a story about action figures living on a shelf in the bedroom of a 10-year-old boy. By summer, they were working on the first season of Shelf Life. Season two of the web series, produced by their firm Monkey Kingdom, debuted on Tuesday…

Fanboy Comics

Fanboy and fangirls alike will not want to miss Shelf Life, an irreverent new live-action web series about four action figures perched on a young boy’s shelf. In its hilarious first season, Shelf Life will introduce audiences to Hero Man, Hero Lass, Bug Boy, and Samurai Snake, as they wax poetic on a range of hot-button topics. This R-rated series leaves no controversial topic untouched and no curse word unused…

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