Ever since The Lion King broke box office records and won a plethora of awards, pundits have predicted the rebirth of America’s love with animation. Indeed where we had 1 major studio with an animation department (well 1.5 if you include Don Bluth Animation) we… Read More »An Animation Rennaissance
Mercurie is a writer and a self proclaimed pop culture buff with an interest in classic movies, television, music,fantasy, science fiction, role playing games, comic books, medieval history, British history, and so on. He posts an anonymous blog that I’ve been reading as of late.… Read More »On Animation
I’m always a sucker for vintage pictures and postcards of Disneyland. Scott at etixland.com has a great collection from his trip in 1968.
Two great columns from JimHillMedia this last weekend. First, Jim reports from Comic-con on the presence of many a great ex-disney employee now pimping their wares free from the mouse’s reins. no matter how crazy & crowded the hall may get – the artists &… Read More »A Window for Sam
For some reason I’m never able to remember the names of the characters in Disney’s The Fox and The Hound. It could be because I’ve only seen it once or twice. Well, Kayla’s obviously seen it more often than me cause she’s written a sweet… Read More »What’s the fox’s name again?
As part of Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s role as a zoo (Nahtazu, I know) they started up the Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund (whose webpage needs to be updated). A round of grants have just been given out including one to Jay Watch, a group charged with… Read More »Disney Does Good Things Too