Can we all take a minute to reflect on how awesome it is that there's a Disney movie about John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman drift-racing their way through video games that's out right now? Seriously, that is a thing that has actually happened and not just some weird dream where fourteen things that I'm really into come together to form a major motion picture.
That said, i
Comic Strips: To coincide with Tuesday's election, Blondie's Dagwood will be running a (likely imaginary) campaign for president this week.
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In a move that's caused seismic shifts in the entertainment business (and on Twitter, naturally) the Walt Disney Company has announced an agreement to acquire George Lucas' Lucasfilm Ltd. in a stock and cash transaction worth approximately $4.05 billion. "It's now time for me to pass Star Wars on to a new generation of filmmakers," sai
The thing about animation is that it's art. I know that seems a little obvious, but what makes an animation wonderful is when you forget that you're looking at something someone drew, painted or sculpted and believe completely in the world of the characters and their story. That's why we spend a lo
Perhaps the most profound fusion between classic Disney characters and Japanese pop culture since Kingdom Hearts has arrived, and it's a giant combining piloted mecha versions of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto and his dog house, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and a mini Steamboat Willie. Call it
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We've previously seen the estate of Jack Kirby try to wrestle back ownership of the characters the King of Comics had created for Marvel, and now it's apparently time for the corporation bearing the name of Kirby's co-conspirator to try the same thing. Yes, Stan Lee M
Disney has released a new theatrical trailer for Wreck-It Ralph, the CG-animated feature out November 1 that follows a Donkey Kong-like protagonist as he seeks to abandon his fated role as a video game villain and pursue a more heroic identity elsewhere... which unfortunately could spell doom for the citizens of his old game. While similar to the first trailer in many regards