Tags: Disney, Marvel, Star Wars This entry was posted on Thursday, November 15th, 2012 at 2:15 am by Brandon Hanvey and is filed under Comic.
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Is that Malcolm Reynolds on the board in the first panel? Because if it is, he’s got my vote for Indiana Jones/Han Solo.
Loved this! I was trying to find what to write about this as well, but I really don’t care either. Just like Disney owning Marvel hasn’t changed much, them owning Lucasfilms won’t change much either except maybe (and it’s a big maybe) the next Star Wars films will be watchable.
So he spend days doing research about something he doesnt care, and he is happy?
LOl, dont worry Josh something that you care a lot will happen Sooner or later
Is Jake wearing a Miz shirt?
Jake WOULD be a Miz fan.
>>Is Jake wearing a Miz shirt?
Yes he is. And he is Awesome.
>>Is that Malcolm Reynolds on the board in the first panel?
Yeap Nathan Fillion.
Wouldn’t josh be upset at the possibility of disney ignoring the expanded universe and rendering all the novels worthless? You know, LIKE I AM.
I think the most interesting thing I’ve seen someone talk about with this was Disney/Lucas’s secrecy of the whole deal for a year.
There’s got to be something in their mutual obsession with clones. Clone Wars meets Clone Saga somehow.
Umm, muffinpeddler, unless Disney sends some thugs in Mickey Mouse disguises to your house to burn your copies of the novels, how are they rendedred worthless? just because they might not be in continuity anymore?
Is he living with Josh now? If so…why? How did this happen? This plot makes no sense!
“Wouldn’t josh be upset at the possibility of disney ignoring the expanded universe and rendering all the novels worthless? You know, LIKE I AM.”
Perhaps you were unaware, but Lucas ignored the EU too, and those novels were always worthless.
Disney hates Howard the Duck so much they were willing to pay 4 billions dollars TWICE just to make sure he never again sees the light of day.
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