Snark + Sarcasm = what you’re about to read. The Pixar Theory is old news, everyone. You know it. I know it. Lee Unkrich practically breathes it into the cease and desist letters he claims his lawyers send me. And then there’s Joshua Eyler, who graciously wants to speed the process
From Toy Story to Finding Dory, which Pixar movies found the most financial success with audiences?
Is Moana a Disney Princess? Wait, what even is a Disney Princess really?
Written by Jon Negroni (me) and illustrated by Kayla Savage. That’s it. Oh, and you can find more Modern Princess here. I’m done. I have nothing else to say to you. Sigh but I have to keep writing, you know. Something about SEO or whatever new word a guy in Texas made
How does The Good Dinosaur fit into the Pixar Theory? Let’s take a look at Pixar’s most beautiful box office flop.
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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.
This week on the Pixar Detective, alliances are formed and new plans are underway to prevent an all-out war between humans and monsters.