Since Marvel is owned by Disney now, should Marvel be producing ongoing titles based on Disney properties, such as Pirates of the Caribean or Tron? If so, which ones would you like to see? Should any non-Marvel created Disney characters interface with the 616 universe?
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They had a Tron comic for awhile and a John Carter one to. Disney also has a contract with BOOM! comics. It would be cool to see a Pirates of the Caribbean comic and it would give Marvel an opportunity to diversify there comic titles a bit.
HAD a contract with Boom...they don;t anymore, which a pity because the DW Duck comic was really quite good. Disney didn't renew Boom!'s licence for the characters (which ended Boom!'s run on such Titles as Uncle Scrooge, Duck Tales, Rescue Rangers, Darkwing Duck and muppets, though the latter's licence had expired before all the others).
Only the muppets have returned to comics through Marvel, but that was only a reprint of the Boom series. As stated previously, Tron was published under Marvel.
There was a group of fans who got together and tried to get Marvel to publish Darkwing Duck, but i don't know if that really helped. One of the creators of the series said they were in talks but that was months ago.
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