Disney and Marvel team up with PREP & LANDING

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When DIsney bought Marvel, the idea of them teaming up for “Mouserine” was the topic of laughs. but now such things are actually happening, with the cartoon character Prep & Landing entering The Avengers, Spider-Man and Marvel Super Heroes comics. Actually, it’s just an INSERT story about the tooners trying to prepare for Santa, not an actual, coninuity-shattering crossover, but it does show that these titles are super kid-friendly. Even John Lasseter approves of this mingling.

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This November, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Emmy Award-winning Prep & Landing enters the world of the Avengers, Marvel’s most popular super heroes, in an all-new comic book adventure. Certainly Santa doesn’t just visit the ordinary citizens of the world – even super heroes should have a shot at making it onto the “nice” list. Join Wayne and Lanny, members of an elite unit of elves who prepare homes for Santa’s arrival on Christmas Eve, in their not-so-ordinary task of preparing the Avengers Headquarters for the “Big Guy’s” arrival.  The significance of readying the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for a visit from Santa is lost on his stealthiest elves – for them, it’s just another night on the greatest job ever.
 
 “I love Prep and Landing. I love the whole concept of Santa having these high-tech, stealth, elf squadrons that help him get each house prepared for Christmas,” commented John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios. “It’s already so much fun combining this super secret spy world mixed in with the North Pole, and then to add the Avengers into the mix – spies, Christmas and comics – three of my favorite things!”
 
This all new Prep & Landing story, from writer Kevin Deters & artist Joe Mateo will be available exclusively in the following November on-sale comics: 
 
·        Avengers #19
·        Super-Heroes #20
·        Spider-Man #20 

“We’re all big fans of Prep & Landing, so bringing them into the Marvel Universe was a no-brainer,” said Axel Alonso, Marvel Editor in Chief. “I just hope that Lanny and Wayne have an easier time at my house this year than they do at the Avengers’ Mansion!”
 
And don’t miss Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice, a full-length special premiering on ABC this Christmas! Wayne and Lanny find themselves up to their pointy ears in trouble, as they race to recover classified North Pole technology… which has fallen into the hands of a computer-hacking Naughty Kid! Now they must turn to a Coal Elf named Noel in order to prevent Christmas from falling into chaos. You can bring home the original Prep & Landing when it releases on DVD this November 22. 
 
This winter, the team of Prep & Landing enter the world of the Avengers—’Nuff said!
 
AVENGERS #19 (SEP110506) 
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS 
Pencils & Cover by DANIEL ACUÑA
 Rated T …$3.99 
FOC—10/24/11, On-Sale—11/16/11
 
SUPER HEROES #20 (SEP110572)
 Written by JEFF PARKER
 Penciled by MANUEL GARCIA 
All Ages …$2.9 9
FOC—10/24/11, On-Sale—11/16/11
 
SPIDER-MAN #20 (SEP110571)
 Written by PAUL TOBIN
 Penciled by MATTEO LOLLI & ROB DiSALVO
 Cover by ALE GARZA 
All Ages …$2.99
 FOC—10/31/11, On-Sale—11/23/11

Comments

  1. Torsten Adair says:

    Will Disney be offering a digital version via the iTunes Disney Comics store? Via the Marvel DCU? As a guided view comic on the DVD?

  2. Jon_in_Austin says:

    Maybe now we’ll get the long-awaited meeting between Phineas & Ferb and Reed Richards. They can take on the combined evil of Dr. Doof and Dr. Doom.

  3. Heh. Why not do this? Publishers used to do occasional crossovers between their kiddie books and their older-kiddie books, why not let Disney and Warner do it today?

  4. Looks cute, and well illustrated!

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