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D23 & ASIFA to Host Disney TV Animation Event

Disney Afternerds with Gold or Silver D23 membership have one more day to get ready and reserve tickets to the up-coming 30 Years of Disney Television Animation event hosted by D23 and ASIFA Hollywood! The event will take place at 6pm on November 5, 2014 at the Walt Disney Studios and is free and only available to Gold and Silver D23 members. Among the featured guest set to take stage, voice actor Bill “Goofy” Farmer as well as writer/producers Jymn Magon (DuckTales, TaleSpin) and Mark McCorkle (Aladdin: The Series) will be there to represent the Disney Afternoon-era. For more information, please visit this LINK to the official article.

UPDATE – ‘Darkwing Duck’ Returns to Comics with new Omnibus

UPDATE: The Darkwing Duck omnibus will not include the BOOM! Studios DuckTales/Darkwing Duck crossover. The omnibus will also lead into an all-new Darkwing Duck comic series from Joe Books in 2015. Stay tuned for more information!

Disney Afternerds rejoice! Darkwing Duck is back in comics this January 15, 2015 from new publisher Joe Books in an all-new omnibus collecting all 400+ pages from the original BOOM! Studios comics that ended just a few years ago. DW comic mastermind Aaron Sparrow tweeted the fooling tweet about this exciting news:

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Head Host Messages: What New DA DVD’s Means

TaleSpin Volume 3 Disc 2, Menu 1As we’ve reported over the last few days, new Disney Afternoon titles are in stock right now at your local Wal-Mart stores. If you don’t see them there yet, check back later as they probably haven’t been stocked yet at your specific store. If for whatever reason you don’t like shopping at Wal-Mart, that’s OK, in a few moths these same titles will be released via other retail outlets and are being sold as pre-orders on Here is the endgame with all of this however: while we continue to encourage you to join a number of fan campaigns that we run to convince Disney Home Entertainment to release what has not yet been released on DVD from the early years of Disney TV Animation, there is no single act that will help that reality from taking place better than buying what has been released already.

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