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Check out an exclusive first look at the wraparound cover for Bryan Q. Miller and Kelley Jones' "Space Mountain" OGN, hitting stores May 6.
With Disney now in charge of the franchise, SPINOFF muses on the future of Indiana Jones -- with and without star Harrison Ford.
CSBG's awesome Line it is Drawn reader-suggested art galleries archive includes 4 sets of Star Wars characters teaming up with Marvel & Disney characters and more!
Brett White explains why it would be a great idea for Marvel and Disney to jettison the Expanded Universe and start Star Wars over, fresh.
Ever wanted to see Winnie the Pooh and his friends act like jerks to each other? Check out CSBG's collection of official Disney comic strips where that's just what happens!
Conan Doyle estate considers appeal, points to trademarks! How Marvel coordinates print and film strategies! "The Clone Wars" heading to comics! Plus much more!
Disney has released the first official still image from Marvel Studios'"Guardians of the Galaxy," along with a plot synopsis.
Disney's "Big Hero 6" animated film, based on Marvel characters, has added Chris Williams as co-director and Roy Conli as producer.
Brian Cronin digs into the legend that Walt Disney kept Snow White voice actress Adriana Caselotti under contract to prevent her from taking other roles.
The retelling of Walt Disney's struggle to adapt "Mary Poppins" transforms P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) into the bad guy -- and worse, a caricature.
Disney now has full control over any potential future Indiana Jones movies, while Paramount retains distribution rights to the first four.
Failed dot-com Stan Lee Media seeks a declaratory judgment that it, and not Disney or Marvel, owns Spider-Man, Thor and other superheroes.
"Frozen" stars Kristen Bell and Josh Gad spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about getting animated as Disney characters.
Disney's Lino DiSalvo, head of animation on "Frozen," tells SPINOFF about putting a new twist on fairy tales while remaining true to their core.
Upending the fairy-tale formula, directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee craft Disney's best animated film in years with the surprising, beautiful "Frozen."
Disney has debuted an operatic teaser for "Maleficent," the live-action prequel/retelling of "Sleeping Beauty" with Angelina Jolie as the titular villain.
"Thor: The Dark World" strikes hard at the North American box office, with a global total of $327 million to date.
The sequel to 2011's "Thor" opens strong in North America, putting it on track for a $80 million opening weekend.
Disney has set a Dec. 18, 2015 release date for "Star Wars: Episode VII," directed by J.J. Abrams from a script he co-wrote with franchise veteran Lawrence Kasdan.
Sued for using Spider-Man in a stage production, a theater claims it has legally licensed several Marvel characters - from Stan Lee Media.
Loki will unleash mischief in "LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload," a 10-episode web series launching today on Disney.com, the Disney YouTube channel and elsewhere.
A week before it opens in North America, the latest film from Marvel Studios drops its hammer in 36 countries this weekend and helps Disney set a new studio record.
Disney is bringing to an end slot machine and lottery ticket licensing deals that have been viewed as hypocritical to its anti-gambling stance.
Marvel brings a little bit of Asgard - and the God of Thunder himself - to Disneyland with the new "Thor: Treasures of Asgard" experience.
Disney has announced its first Japanese Marvel animated television series, "Marvel Disk Wars," an Avengers show targeted at boys.
Marvel has debuted the official poster for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," building anticipation for the trailer premiere later this week.
Disney has confirmed the existence of "Space Mountain," an OGN by Bryan Q. Miller and Kelley Jones to be released under Disney Comics.
Disney has announced the 2016 opening of the Iron Man Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland, the first ride based on a Marvel character since Disney purchased the company in 2009.
Blade, Man-Thing and other Marvel monsters form the Howling Commandos on an all-new "Ultimate Spider-Man" Halloween special airing Oct. 5 on the Disney Channel, featuring guest voices Terry Crews, Oded Fehr and more.
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed Stan Lee Media’s multibillion-dollar lawsuit against Disney, potentially ending its long and confusing legal battle to claim ownership of Marvel characters co-created by Stan Lee.
Disney can move ahead with 58-acre TV and film studio near Santa Clarita, California! Geoff Johns and Jeff Lemire talk "Trinity War"! More on the Marvel Unlimited expansion! Plus much more!
Disney announced it will bring more of the Marvel Universe to its theme parks this fall, when Disneyland guests will have a chance to visit Asgard and “come face-to-face” with Thor himself.
Disney's programming at D23 included a behind-the-scenes look at animation, a discussion of Pixar's shorts and demos of the "Fantasia" and "Infinity" video games.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks at Fantagraphics' latest collection of Floyd Gottfredson's "Mickey Mouse" comics, noting "Disney fans -- or just fans of solid, entertaining comics in general -- won’t be disappointed."
Upcoming Marvel Studios films including "Thor: The Dark World" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" led the way Saturday at D23, along with an appearance from "Maleficent" star Angelina Jolie.
Pixar producers use real-world research in boosting their fantasy worlds, and discussed the balance between the two Friday at Disney’s D23 Expo.
John Lasseter led a preview of multiple upcoming animation productions Friday at the D23 Expo, including “Frozen,” “Toy Story of Terror,” “The Good Dinosaur” and more.
During their animation presentation at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, Disney gave an early look at the 2014 Marvel adaptation of "Big Hero 6," including a rundown of the movie's main cast.
Captain America appeared at Disney's D23 event to promote the new Avengers Academy kids’ area that’s being added Disney Cruise Line’s flagship Disney Magic as part of a “reimagineering” of the 15-year-old vessel.
A U.S. appeals court has upheld the 2011 decision rejecting Jack Kirby's heirs claim to ownership of multiple famous and lucrative Marvel characters, though legal options remain for two of Kirby's children.