Sunday, December 8, 2013

Buzz Lightyear and ROM



I am a huge fan of all three Toy Story movies. They have amazing animation telling stories with comedy, heart and great characters that speak to the kid in me and hit some great nostalgia buttons.  Plus, the movies have not let up in quality even after the third installment, something that very few franchises can claim.  I'm not sure where they will go from here, or even if they should go anywhere, as the last film ended on such a perfect note.  I have faith in Pixar though, and if they decide to bring Buzz, Woody and the gang out for another tale, I would give it a chance.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

WAAAAAYYYYY TOOO much fun!! I thought ROM and Micronauts were two of Marvel's best books in the day! Bill Mantlo -- the writer for both -- really went to town on both series. But what I really want to read is the Galactus/ Zurg story. And really can Ming the Mericless be too far behind? :)

-- Gregg

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

i'm admittedly not a big Disney fan but i do love me some ROM and this is well done digital cover mock up.

Anonymous said...

Great going with Rom. The Rom comic series was very similar to Marvel Team-Up and Marvel Two-in-One theme as it would have guest stars from all over the Marvel Universe as Rom sought out the evil Dire Wraiths.
I do wonder if you will have Rom team up with the Transformers some time.
Ordinaryguy2

pblfsda said...

"Toy Story of Terror", done for television, explicitly takes place after the third movie, whereas most of the shorts, interstitials and other apocrypha are vaguer. (Unless Buzz or Jessie appear, they could even take place before the first movie.) My guess is that Pixar will look to develop other properties for theaters but after three features any set of characters should be recognizable enough for holiday specials or something along the lines of "Mater's Tall Tales".

AirDave said...

To infinity - and BEYOND!

Shlomo Ben Hungstien said...

seeing Buzz getting tongue spiked by a dire wraith through that glass dome of his would be priceless!

Mike Shirley said...

Dear Lord, this is the best thing ever. Want!

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