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Tag Archives: comics
Strong, very strong, overseas box office results and equally strong pre-sales for May 4th weekend must have everyone at Walt Disney Studios breathing a very deep sign of relief. Open just over a week, Marvel’s The Avengers has already taken … Continue reading
When Disney bought Marvel one of the things we fans expected to see was some synergy. It’s happening, but not as you might have expected it. Rather than Marvel appearing in theme parks, although that will happen someday, we’re seeing … Continue reading
LaughingPlace.com has a pictorial look at Disney’s presence at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. This is the first year where Disney’s acquisition of Marvel really had an impact. There was the expected comic-book tie-ins and Marvel influence. Disney’s ABC Network … Continue reading
According to an article recently posted by the Christian Science Monitor, Mickey Mouse is about to have a “new” series released about his life as an action hero. This series is a comic strip, started in the 1930’s, that depicts … Continue reading