Marvel Launches ‘Disney-Pixar Presents’ Comics Magazine

Marvel and Disney Publishing will debut Disney•Pixar Presents, a new monthly magazine featuring some of the most popular characters from the acclaimed Disney/Pixar films. Intended for readers of all ages and priced at $5.99, the first issue will hit stores in May 2011.

Each issue of the magazine contains 96 full color pages of content, including a mix of brand new stories, classic adventures, puzzles, games and more. Featuring characters from Disney/Pixar’s hit movies Cars, Cars 2, The Incredibles, Toy Story 3, and more, Disney•Pixar Presents, will be available at bookstores, retail chains, comic stores and more. The series debuts with Disney•Pixar Presents: Cars Magazine #1

“We’re excited for the launch of Disney•Pixar Presents, teaming with our friends at Disney/Pixar to bring some exciting new material to fans all over the world and introducing a whole new generation to comics,” said Axel Alonso, Editor-in-Chief. “We’re committed to providing a great product and ensuring these books are available in locations that parents and kids frequent. The Disney/Pixar library includes some of the most popular characters of all time, making Disney•Pixar Presents, exactly the kind of comic magazine that kids and parents have been demanding!”

Rev up those engines and join your favorite characters from Cars in Disney•Pixar Presents: Cars Magazine #1 as Lightning McQueen organizes a charity race for young cars with special needs, but he didn’t invite Piston Cup champion Chick Hicks. The snub gets Hick’s competitive juices flowing, and he’s out to show McQueen a thing or two about racing! Will Hicks ruin the good nature of the Radiator Springs Rally Race? Find out this May everywhere books and comics are sold.

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  • Brad

    Does this mean Boom no longer has the franchise?

  • Mike Russo

    Yeah, apparently BOOM lost the license to Pixar and the Muppets.

  • NicKramer

    Yeah, it pretty much does.

  • http://amymebberson.blogspot.com Amy Mebberson

    Boom no longer have the license for Pixar and Muppets,
    but they still hold it for the Standards (Scrooge, Mickey, Rescue Rangers and Darkwing Duck).

    Congratulations to my friends Alan Porter and Allen Gladfelter who get their reprint debut with their Cars comics.
    Be very interesting to see what else Disney & Marvel decide to do with the boom back catalog.
    Be nice to see my Monsters Inc. comic resurface again.