How does Finding Dory fit into the Pixar Theory? It’s time to take another look at the Pixar universe.
You’ve probably seen a teaser or two for Illumination Entertainment’s upcoming franchise starter, The Secret Life of Pets. The movie is essentially about what dogs, cats, and other pets are up to when their owners aren’t around. Sound familiar? Look, I didn’t dare make this comparison last summer when the first teaser released. That version of
How does The Good Dinosaur fit into the Pixar Theory? Let’s take a look at Pixar’s most beautiful box office flop.
The Pixar Theory says all Pixar movies are connected, even Toy Story and Monsters Inc. But there aren’t any toys running around in the world of monsters, are there?
And with that, we have finished the Pixar Detective!
Guys and gals, thank you so much for reading this story we’ve made for you since last April. It’s legitimately been one of the coolest projects I’ve ever been a part of, and I promised myself I wouldn’t cry! Oh wait, you can’t see me…
We’re finishing the Pixar Detective with Chapter 30, and the name of Part 3 is….
A lot of people like to “debunk” The Pixar Theory, which is cool. I consider it flattering that people give it that much thought, and I always enjoy hearing differing opinions. This latest “debunk” however is just too nonsense for me not to address. Let’s hit it. So the idea
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We’re almost there, awesome readers! With Chapter 29 landing today, The Pixar Detective is just one more chapter away from wrapping up. Can you believe it?
Apologies for the unexpected hiatus last week. Without going too much into detail, the issue was simply that we were too busy to wrap up the artwork, and I had a few creative changes to make as we move toward Chapter 10. Looking back, this is the first time we’ve ever missed a week, so I’d call that a success.