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Category Archives: Disney Channel
Artist Mike Boon has created a very fun alphabet based on the Disney Channel’s popular animated series Phineas and Ferb. The full set is over on his blog.
Sarah Close is a Singer/songwriter from the UK who has been picked up by the Disney Channel’s DisneyStars YouTube channel. Her ukulele cover of the classic song, “I Wanna Be Like You” from Walt Disney’s Jungle Book is terrific and … Continue reading
November 18th was the premiere of “Sofia The First: Once Upon A Princess”, the TV movie that introduced the world to Sofia and is the precursor to the series coming to Disney Junior in January. Starring Ariel Winter, Sara Ramirez, … Continue reading
A terrific interview with Alex Hirsch, the creator of Disney Channel’s new cartoon – Gravity Falls, over on BoingBoing. The show features stories built around the sort of eclectic mix of the odd and weird that make up the central … Continue reading