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Category Archives: Comics
Brodie is a illustrator, comedy writer, and Disney fan. He runs the excellent tribute site WorldFamousJungleCruise.com. Brodie has decided to take on Disney’s Princess divas and re-imagine them as superheroes drawing inspiration from super-fashions of around the same time their … Continue reading
I’m a bit under the weather, so no Morning Report today. But do not miss this post by Alain Littaye. He’s uncovered a rare 3D Comic Book from 1987 of Captain EO, scanned it, and posted it online in a … Continue reading
Disney fans, pull on your Spidey Underoos. The following release from Marvel announced that the deal for the Walt Disney Company to purchase Marvel Entertainment is now complete. Deal expected to strengthen Disney’s position as a leading global provider of … Continue reading
The Moteley Fool‘s Ric Munarriz has a look at how Disney can spin some gold from its acquisition of Marvel Entertainment. First, understand that the big Marvel names are all spoken for with long term contracts. So Disney won’t be … Continue reading