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Monthly Subscription - $9.99

Gravity City Digital Magazine is more than a magazine, an adjoining website, and a soon-to-be podcast. It endeavors to act as a compendium for the Gravity City fictional universe.

For a monthly fee of $8.99 ($108 annually), you’ll access the Gravity City digital magazine, exclusive content, podcasts, and mystery prizes. Receive stickers, posters, audiobooks, etc... during the first few months. End of the year, you’ll receive either a Gravity City t-shirt, a hat or a commemorative design exclusively for club members.

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Annual Deluxe Subscription - $96.00

Gravity City Digital Magazine is more than a magazine, an adjoining website, and a soon-to-be podcast. It endeavors to act as a compendium for the Gravity City fictional universe.

For an annual fee of $96 (SAVE $12) you'll get a Gravity City t-shirt or hat (or maybe both! who knows?) right away, along with access to the Gravity City digital magazine, access to exclusive content, podcasts, merch, quarterly mystery prizes, and a commemorative design made exclusively for hardcore club members.

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Issue #1 - $9.99

Featuring Fractured FX The practical FX studio behind Aquaman, Westworld, and Swamp Thing. Also, Future Chronicles creator Samuel Peralta, and actor Paul Sloan (Green Book, Alice in Chains’ Black Antenna).

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Issue #3 - $9.99

Featuring Fractured FX – The practical FX studio behind Aquaman, Westworld, and Swamp Thing. Also, Future Chronicles creator Samuel Peralta, and actor Paul Sloan (Alice in Chains’ Black Antenna).

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Issue #2 - $9.99

Featuring an exclusive interview with Star Trek and The Orville’s science consultant Andre Bormanis. An exclusive interview with writer/director Adam Mason (Songbird, Alice in Chains’ Black Antenna, and Hulu’s They Come Knocking).

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