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Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story gets its own Comic Book

Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story gets its own Comic Book

If Toy Story 3’s ending left you wanting more and would like to continue following the adventures of the toys, then the recent partnership between Marvel and Disney will satisfy you, as Buzz Lightyear, Woody and the rest of the gang make their comic book debut in the Toy Story comic book mini-series, which promises to deliver all new content and stories to fans of the Pixar movie.

“Everyone loves Toy Story, so we’re excited to team with our friends at Disney-Pixar to bring readers all new stories of our favorite characters from these blockbuster films,” said Axel Alonso, Editor in Chief, Marvel Entertainment. “Toy Story allows us to bring great new material to the market that’s not only perfect for kids, but also a great read for fans of all ages. What’s next for Woody and Buzz in these stories? We can’t wait for you to find out!”

In the first issue of the mini-series (which will run for a total of 4 issues), Andy’s new puppy Buster, who loves to play with toys, tries to play with Woody and co. too much, and the gang finds out that chewing and shaking may leave them in a world of hurt. Can our miniature heroes control the playful pooch? Find out this March with the release of Toy Story #1


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