Last summer, I found and purchased the 1/144 scale Fastway Mars Liner model kit by Glencoe Models. Keen Disneyphiles will immediately recognize the rocket as the TWA Moonliner.
Continuing my interest in plastic model kits, I decided to give in to my inner Star Wars fanboy.
Let’s review the Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game.
“Disney Parks Presents: The Haunted Mansion” is a 32-page children’s picture book that takes readers on a tour of the Disneyland Haunted Mansion attraction. The book is the first in the new “Disney Parks Presents” series, which will eventually feature other Disney theme park attractions.
“Tales from the Haunted Mansion” is a brand-new book series released by Disney Press. A simple read aimed at the pre-teen (ages 9-12) audience, it attempts to tell the stories of the Mansion’s 999 residents. Only time will tell how many of those stories actually get published.
I was browsing through my local Walmart Supercenter looking for possible birthday gifts for my nephew. As I wandered through the toy aisles, I found a neat 3-D Pluto puzzle.
“Turn your home into a haunted house with these spine-chilling, heart-pounding, hair-raising sound effects. They’re perfect for spicing up parties . . . welcoming trick-or-treaters . . . or listening alone in the dark!”
“Disney During World War II,” by John Baxter, reveals both Walt Disney’s and his studio’s patriotism and contributions during the second world war. Brought back into the public light are the many projects, hardships, and successes of the Walt Disney Studios that developed during that era of American . . . nay, world history.
“Poster Art of the Disney Parks” showcases many attraction posters from Disney theme parks around the globe. Published in 2012, the book does not contain every poster to date, but it is pretty extensive. Imagineers Danny Handke and Vanessa Hunt did a fabulous job hunting them down, digitizing them, color-correcting them, and compiling them into […]
In 2012, Marc Hagan-Guirey left his job to explore a personal project that became an art exhibition called Horrorgami. Today, he is working on a new exhibition, Cut Scene, which was fully-funded on Kickstarter within 16 days. Cut Scene represents Marc’s most detailed work to date, learning and improving from his previous work in Horrorgami.