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SDCC 2009 – Day Two

The Disney/Pixar animation panel at the San Diego Comic-Con

Another day, another zillion nifty things going on in San Diego that I’m missing out on. Yesterday, the focus was on Disney’s upcoming live-action fare. Today the spotlight shifted to animation, with sneak peaks from both Pixar and Walt Disney Feature Animation. There were no shocking […]


What’s all this then?

Nice logo, by the way.

Looky – new art:

The site features new unseen development art from The Princess and the Frog…

…and the upcoming short Glago’s Guest

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