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Warner Bros. New Media’s Entertaindom.com has begun broadcasting the first of an initial order of 13 Webisodes of “Li’l Green Men,” produced by Jinx founders Phill Simon and Vinny Carrella and incubated by San Francisco-based Pulse Entertainment. Series is bowing as one of the new Pulse Comix productions on the site.

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