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Tag Archives: disney princess
Artist Amy Mebberson who previously brought us amazing Dr. Who Muppets mashup and pens a weekly comic of Disney Princesss Fan Art is bringing her latest mashup to Comic-Con in NYC this week. It’s a clever take on Disney Princesses … Continue reading
Remember when everyone geeked out over the ability to have a one of a kind souvenir of yourself encased in carbonite at Star Wars Weekends? No one thought it was particularly weird to want it either. Disney is now using … Continue reading
April has been a giant month for news across the Disney spectrum. Here’s a look back at the biggest stories of the month: The New Fantasyland expansion attracted a lot of attention. Our weekly updates and the recent behind the … Continue reading
A lovely exercise by deviantart artist Taja Vigilia places the age of each of the Disney Princesses at the age of their movies. They’re all enjoying a little tea party but are the same age as their respective movies (Snow … Continue reading