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Figment dominates the merchandise at Epcot Festival of the Arts

Set up your canvas and break out the paints and brushes, the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Arts starts tomorrow. You’ll be able to explore and celebrate the Visual, Performing, and Culinary arts as only Disney can do. The folks at Walt Disney World… Read More »Figment dominates the merchandise at Epcot Festival of the Arts

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… Read More »Top Five Attractions We Want to See in Disney Kingdoms

Attraction Makeovers: The Good, The Bad, and the Future

If you haven’t heard, Walt Disney World is preparing a Frozen attraction to take over the space of Maelstrom in Norway in EPCOT. It’s a bit of a controversial move, but attraction makeovers actually aren’t all that unheard of around the resort to varying levels… Read More »Attraction Makeovers: The Good, The Bad, and the Future

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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… Read More »Figment returns in new comic from Disney Kingdoms

Figment and Dreamfinder to get their own Comic Book

figmentI have been very curious to see where the Disney Kingdoms comic line goes after their trip to the Museum of the Weird.

Marvel has announced, with one little spark of inspiration, that they will be taking a journey into imagination with their next five-issue story starring Figment (ok, bad puns over).

Figment #1 is debuting on June 4 with Jim Zub penning the story and Filipe Andrade as the artist.

“I was contacted out of the blue by editor Bill Rosemann at Marvel,” Zub recounts. “He’s been handling the Disney Kingdoms comics and, with so many fantasy projects under my belt and with magic and whimsy showing up in other stories I’ve written, he felt I’d be a good fit to pitch on FIGMENT. So far I’m doing my best to prove him right.”

He goes on to say:Read More »Figment and Dreamfinder to get their own Comic Book