Steamboat's blog (whose blogroll I'm honored to be on) is written in Japanese, so I can't understand a word of it. But judging by the photos it looks to extensively cover Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. She's also posted what I consider to be one of the coolest Hidden Mickey's around. Set during one of
Miyazaki story boarded his films by himself. I have collected the Japanese DVDs where you can step in between Miyazaki's story boards and the final film. To my surprise they look almost exactly the same. Same timing, same posing, almost the same drawings, just cleaned up a bit. You can't say that about most animated
From Scotland of all places, we have news of a new Toy phenomenom sweeping Japan and soon the world. Of course the article is silent on one important detail... what are these little buggers called? Any ideas?Andy Mooney, Disney’s global chairman of consumer products said: "We literally have a phenomenon exploding that just started days
Never let it be said that no one is investing in Disney themepark improvements. Oriental Land Co, the owner of the Tokyo Disney Themepark properties has announced a 1.28 Billion dollar plan to spruce up the parks and attract new visitors. I think it would be nice if Eisner announced a similar program for the