• ESPN and Marvel Team Up before College Football Kicks Off

    Comic books and sports. Two things that don’t typically go together and yet, Marvel and ESPN are continuing to find ways to connect the two. From magazines to short films and documentaries these two companies seem to be making the most of their shared parentage. They’re latest collaboration is in…

  • Top Five Attractions We Want to See in Disney Kingdoms

    With Disney Kingdoms’ Haunted Mansion #1 debuting this month and Figment 2 coming out as a trade paperback next month, I’ve been thinking a lot about Marvel’s Disney Kingdoms comic line, specifically how much I’ve enjoyed them. Seekers of the Weird was, indeed, a weird little tale but a good…

  • Happy Halloween Disney Kingdoms True Believers!
    Happy Halloween Disney Kingdoms True Believers!

    Marvel just posted a teaser for the next installment of the Disney Kingdoms series and it involves 999 happy haunts. Coming soon. #disneykingdoms — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 31, 2015 The Haunted Mansion will be released in 2016. I would love to see some connection to the Seekers of…

  • Figment returns in new comic from Disney Kingdoms

    Disney Kingdoms’ second title, Figment, was a huge success so it comes as no surprise that Disney announced that the next series in Marvel’s comic line will be Figment 2 (though it’s also no less exciting. The first one was great). Jim Zub, who wrote the first story, is returning…

  • Marvel News Round Up: Comics Edition
    Marvel News Round Up: Comics Edition

    With Agent Carter taking a break this week, I thought we’d turn to the comics to see what Marvel has been up to lately. First off, Marvel introduced a new S.H.I.E.L.D. comic title that stars Agent Coulson. And, while the comic doesn’t take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it…

  • New from Disney Kingdoms – Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
    New from Disney Kingdoms – Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

    I have been very interested in Marvel’s new Disney Kingdoms comic title and enjoyed what I’ve read so far. Their first story was a supernatural adventure about the conceived but never built Museum of the Weird called, well, Seekers of the Weird. They followed that up with a surprisingly popular…

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