Good-bye, old friend!
(Gratuitous Picture Of Yourself About To Plummet To Your Death Because Your Family Is Really Messed Up Wednesday)
GPOYWAOCPOTYAWASRHIAEMOWW (Gratuitous Picture Of You With An Obscure Character Pointing Out That You Are Wearing A Shirt Referencing Him In An Even More Obscure Way Wednesday)
Look, everyone! You can meet your favorite “ice princesses” at the Lakeland Flying Tigers game.
I hope I get to meet my favorite princesses: Lady Intellectualproperty and Sweet Copyrightinfringement. #disney #frozen
Disney x Marvel -source-
This is amazing. #rocketrescuerangers
Disney and Marvel mashups, LOVE IT.
You are upset that Marvel didn’t announce stuff that you and other fanboys made up in your head and decided that they were going to announce; stuff they didn’t even hint at in the months and weeks leading up to Comic-con. And no, articles on Latino Review from unnamed sources don’t count at “hints from Marvel.”
Disney realizes that it makes NO SENSE for them to announce big news (for Marvel or Star Wars) in the midst of three days of attempted “one ups” from other studios. None. At all. Why share the news cycle? And why (as some idiots seemed to think they would do) would they spill all of their news worthy info in one moment to a generation with the attention spans of gnats? Especially when it’s a generation that will also find a reason to crap all over ANY announcement anyway (“WHAT? They announced 8 films and NONE of them feature Hawkeye’s dog? Losers!”) and will just complain a week later that there’s nothing ELSE new being shared.
When Marvel announces a “Dr Strange” or “Captain Marvel” film it will be big news and they won’t have to fight for the attention of a public who is currently being manipulated into guaranteeing that “Dawn Of Justice” is going to be totally awesome because they were shown a picture of a model in a Wonder Woman costume posing real good.
On a related note, comic fan are great. Fanboys are an embarrassment.
In Olaf’s defense, it is a confusing sign. #olafsummervacation #pull #dontpull (at Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular)
I just saw the commercial for the new “Seven Dwarfs Mine Train” at the Magic Kingdom featuring sunglass wearing, fist bumping Dwarfs in what was obviously meant to make the Dwarfs appear more hip, cool, and contemporary.
So now we know that 17 years later a marketer can still suggest the “Poochie the Dog” approach and not be laughed out of their job.