Excerpt: Like many of Disney’s older rides (a la It’s A Small World), Tomorrowland is full of visual pleasures and sweet sounding platitudes, but ultimately you know it’s an innocuous attraction. Usually halfway through the ride you find yourself bored and ready to get off. You can’t. You’re trapped with nowhere to escape to and you are forced to endure this ride, whose uplifting message has just been soured by your inescapable experience on the ride. The only way to save yourself is to not get on it to begin with. Welcome to Tomorrowland.
RATING: ★★★★★ (5/10 stars)
To read my full review, go to The Young Folks
Excerpt: We were able to talk to the creative team (sans Stan Lee) behind Disney/Marvel/Stan Lee’s most recent written project. It’s called The Zodiac Legacy and Book One: Convergence was recently released. We get to talk to the Stuart Moore (co-writer), Andie Tong (illustrator), and Nachie Marsham (editor). The story follows a Chinese-American teenager, named Steven, who is thrown into the middle of an epic global chase when twelve magical superpowers are unleashed on the world. He’ll have to master strange powers, outrun super-powered mercenaries, and unlock the mysterious powers of the Zodiac. You know you’re already interested, but check out our interview just so you understand exactly why you should be even more excited. Stick around at the end of the interview and enter to win your very own copy, along with original character sketch by the talented Andie Tong.
Read the rest of the interview and enter the contest at The Young Folks
This looks like it’s going with Disney’s new attempt to make all of their popular animated films into live action ones.