Anime and Pixar in The Comic Book History of Animation #5 [Preview]

It looks like the Comic Book History of Animation was saving the best for last as the final issue will be heavily anime-focused. But in this preview of The Comic Book History of Animation #5, we learn the secret origins of Pixar! Check out the preview below.

COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF ANIMATION #5 (OF 5) CVR A DUNLAVEY
IDW PUBLISHING
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JAN210435 – COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF ANIMATION #5 (OF 5) CVR B DUNLAVEY – $3.99
(W) Fred Van Lente (A / CA) Ryan Dunlavey
In this issue: ANIME! ANIME! ANIME! How Japan conquered the world with a multipronged assault of giant robots, psychic bikers, and sailor moons! But Japan's greatest animator, Hayao Miyazaki rejects fantasies of power-and teaches everyone how to appreciate the power of fantasy! Also: Everyone remembers the smash-hit Pixar Image Computer that was in every household throughout the 1980s, right? No? Oh, right. It was a huge failure. But maybe you heard of the ground-breaking animation studio it spawned instead?
In Shops: 2021-05-12
SRP: $3.99

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