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Category Archives: Comics
When the SLG comics published Disney branded fizzled out after six issues I figured that was it for a while for Disney in the comics publishing biz. But really, Disney was just switching gears and publishers. Boom! Studios is getting … Continue reading
It must be San Diego Comic-Con because suddenly there’s plenty of news about Disney, Pixar, and Comics. Today BOOM! Studios and Disney Publishing Worldwide announced a partnership to move many of Pixar’s titles into the comic book format. Following on … Continue reading
Thelma Keane, who was in the inspiration for the mother in the “Family Circus” comics, has passed away. Her husband, Bil, created the comic and Thelma managed the business, in addition to providing inspiration and a whole bunch of children. … Continue reading
Ryan Nakashima, Associate Press business writer, checks in with a look at the Hollywood studio and theme park companies’ efforts in Dubai. But even as the ink dries on the billion-dollar deals in the United Arab Emirates, movie studios are grappling with … Continue reading