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Following criticism over its "Princess makeover" of "Brave" heroine Merida, Disney pulled the images from the website. However, the media giant may not grasp the importance of strong female role models to girls and boys.
Layoffs anticipated at Disney following company-wide review! Comic Con South Africa may not be all it's purported to be! Massive comics collection goes up for auction this weekend! Plus more!
Brian Cronin explores the tale of computer terror involving the accidental deletion of almost all of Pixar's "Toy Story 2" in early 1998.
Following purchases of Pixar, Marvel and Lucasfilm, Disney eyes cost-cutting measures! Another look at the Shooter Era of Marvel! Lemire on the end of "Sweet Tooth"! The waning of rage comics! Rob Guillory on "Chew"! More!
Pixar artist Bobby Rubio brings a Marvel Universe twist on Joss Whedon's "Avengers" cast for a variant cover set to launch Kelly Sue DeConnick and Stefano Caselli's run on "Avengers Assemble."
"John Carter" director Andrew Stanton reportedly will return to animation with a sequel to Disney/Pixar's 2003 blockbuster "Finding Nemo."
Gorgeous animation, Pixar's signature sense of humor and a decidedly darker take on the formulaic fairy tales that have preceded it make "Brave" a courageous feat of animated storytelling.
Disney has debuted a new trailer - a full clip, actually - and poster for Pixar’s "Brave," the epic Highland fantasy adventure about a defiant princess who inadvertently unleashes a curse on her father’s kingdom.
Fans of Pixar's "Toy Story" franchise will have new reading material in 2012 as Marvel and Disney Publishing have announced a new miniseries to debut in March.
With the tragic passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on Wednesday, CBR Senior Editor Stephen Gerding looks back at his life and the surprising legacy he left on the world of comic books.
"Up" storyboard artist Enrico Casarosa spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about making his directorial debut with Pixar's award-friendly short film "La Luna."
At the D23 fan expo, Pixar announced its newest films and Walt Disney Studios premiered exclusive footage from its upcoming live and animated movies - including Marvel's The Avengers.
Alan J. Porter and Allen Gladfelter, the creators beind the BOOM! comics soon to be reprinted in Marvel's Pixar magazine, talk about hearing the news online and how they'd like to move forward if possible.
"Cars 2" star Emily Mortimer goes into detail with SPINOFF ONLINE about the bizarre yet strangely freeing process of providing the voice of Holley Shiftwell, a new character in Pixar's latest CG-animated film.
The time for comics based on Disney/Pixar films is over for BOOM! Studios, but other popular properties from the Disney catalog from Darkwing Duck to Mickey Mouse will stay put for now as Publisher Ross Richie explains.
Marvel and Disney are teaming on "Disney•Pixar Presents," a monthly magazine featuring characters from the Pixar movies. The series launches in May, 2011 and features comics, games, puzzles and more.
Chad Nevett gave BOOM! Studios' "The Incredibles" #14 4.5 stars saying of Landry Walker, Ramanda Kamarga and Marcio Takara's all-ages superhero comic "Every issue is a joy to read."
Reports are in that Pixar executives and creatives, after seeing a rough cut of "Tron: Legacy," have pitched in for rewrites for the sequel with John Lasseter, Brad Bird and others contributing. SPINOFF has the details.
BOOM! Studios' new adventures of Woody and Buzz Lightyear began last week with "Toy Story" #0, the debut issue of the new ongoing series. CBR caught up with writer Jesse Blaze Snider to find out what readers will find in the toy chest.
The latest offering from BOOM! Studios' Disney/Pixar line of titles, "Wall-E" #0 is in stores now. CBR News speaks with artist Morgan Luthi about the largely-silent comic starring the amazingly expressive little robot.
The first arc of BOOM!'s recently announced "WALL-E" ongoing series will be by the creative team of J. Torres and Morgan Luthi, with issue #1 on sale in November. CBR News spoke with Torres about the project.
Mark Waid and the team of BOOM! Studios held court at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books last weekend to discuss the publisher's increasing line of books and the art of comic book writing.
CBR's Reviews team takes a look at new comics from BOOM! Studios, including advance reviews of "Cars: The Rookie" #1 and Mark Waid's "Irredeemable" #1, both on sale this week.
With a full line of Disney/Pixar and Muppet comics headed to sales outlets outside of comics shops, BOOM! Studios' marketing and sales director Chip Mosher weighs in on the deal.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next week including the highly anticipated "Cars: The Rookie" #1, "Farscape" #4, "Irredeemable" #1 and more.
Kable Distribution has announced a national newsstand distribution agreement with BOOM! Studios to distribute the monthly publication of BOOM!’s line of Pixar/Disney licensed comics.
Courtesy of BOOM! Studios, CBR brings you exclusive previews of "The Incredibles: Family Matters" #1 and "The Muppet Show" #1, both on sale March 25 in comics stores everywhere.
Ross Richie, Chip Mosher, Michael Alan Nelson and a digital Mark Waid talked with fans at NYCC about Waid’s three new ongoing series, the future of "Farscape," "Hexed," The Muppets," Pixar and more.
Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera were at New York Comic Con to premiere several new clips from Disney/Pixar's upcoming film "Up!" for an eager crowd of attendees, who were then treated to a Q&A session with the panel.
Between offbeat anecdotes and fantasy comic picks, Disney previews its range of comics properties on the way from Gemstone, BOOM! Studios, Slave Labor Graphics and Hyperion Publishing.