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Category Archives: Television Animation
I missed this a few days ago, but Disney has released a teaser trailer for the direct to home video Planes. Set in the world of Pixar’s Cars, Planes explores the world above those movie’s more earth bound characters. John … Continue reading
If you find yourself at San Diego Comic-Con this year be sure to check out the amazing TRON Uprising art of artist Albeto Mielgo. He’ll be signing it with character designer Rob Valley. More beautiful TRON art on Mielgo’s blog.
I’m always happy when two of my loves come together and it is a lovely idea indeed to combine the two universes of Doctor Who and Duck Tales into one glorious poster titled “DocTales.” Starring: River Swan (who’s…actually a duck. … Continue reading
To expand on an earlier post about how “Phineas and Ferb” viciously targets Boys 6-11, yesterday Disney Interactive Studios released a video game to keep their hold on this valuable audience. Named “Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension”, after … Continue reading