Why is the first issue of El Zorro’s comic book series numbered 882? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Dell Four-Color Comics #882/Zorro #1 awaits!
I’m a huge Disney fan, and admire what Walt Disney did for the entertainment industry. As big as an innovator he was, there are still many problems surrounding him that don’t sit well with me. I don’t know if those will be explored in a new documentary, but there is one coming that explores how Disney created the future.
Way back in the day, Walt Disney Studios released all manner of short films on a variety of topics including music, psychology, and art, to name a few. In this short, Walt Disney introduces us to four artists and how they approach painting the same tree.
Disney Publishing Worldwide is headed to the San Diego Comic-Con next week, and shared their exclusives, signing and panel schedule with us to share with you!
Press Release Marvel & Disney are proud to present your first look at Disney Kingdoms: Seekers of the Weird #1, the first comic series published under the all-new Disney Kingdoms banner! Created in close partnership with designers, producers, and creative directors from Walt Disney Imagineering, the Disney Kingdoms line promises new and exciting adventures expanding upon already beloved lands, attractions, characters, and worlds of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
When the Walt Disney Studios found the long lost Mickey Mouse short, Get a Horse, ripples ran through the animation industry. The short debuts soon, and we’re still getting images from the movie that featured Walt Disney as Mickey Mouse.
Years and years and years ago, Walt Disney provided the voice for Mickey Mouse. It was the only time the entertainment empire builder did that. For whatever reason, Get a Horse was never released, lost it seemed, forever. A few months ago, the short was found in the Disney vaults, and next week, the movie will finally have its debut.