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1. Disney & Marvel :) By Abi, Rosie & Cerys :) 2. Disney before buying Marvel 3. Sound effects for early Disney films Recording equipment was extremely large and…
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  • 1. Disney & Marvel :) By Abi, Rosie & Cerys :)
  • 2. Disney before buying Marvel
  • 3. Sound effects for early Disney films Recording equipment was extremely large and heavy, in the 1920's and 1930's, making it impossible to take outside of the studio to record real life sounds. Studios were forced to invent new approaches to creating sound for their animated content. Therefore, two different approaches to sound effects were quickly developed. One approach was when sound effects were simulated by a musician during a music recording session. These were largely played with percussion instruments. The other approach involved creating complex sound effect machines that could replicate the sounds of the outside world within the studio.
  • 4. Animation for early Disney films In 1923 Disney produced the short subject Alice in Cartoonland, a film combining both live action and animation that was Alice in Cartoonland turned out to be a surprise hit, and orders from distributors for more Alice films intended to be the pilot film in a series. The company produced mostly Alice films for the next four years after the Kansas City team joined Disney.
  • 5. Publishing for early Disney Comics The first Disney comic was published 1955, by Romano Scarpa, called The Delta Dimension. He explains what the comic strip in this quote: “It’s taking a look at the very large history of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck from around the world,” he continued, “ bringing it back and putting it in a ‘best of’ package for North America.” Disney published this book themselves.
  • 6. Interactions with media for Early Disney In 1955, "The Mickey Mouse Club" made its debut to a national TV audience. That same year marked another landmark moment for Disney: the opening of the first Disney theme park, Disneyland, in California. The following decades, the company took advantage of merchandising opportunities, continued producing feature films, and constructed additional theme parks around the globe, including Disney's first international theme park, Tokyo Disneyland in 1983.
  • 7. Marvel before Disney bought them
  • 8. Marvel Comics was founded in 1939 by publisher Martin Goodman. Goodman created Timely Comics In order to capitalize on the growing popularity of comic books - especially those starring superheroes. Timely’s first comic book was Marvel Comics no.1 in October 1939. Even before the United States entered World War II, Timely characters were often portrayed as fighting against the Nazis and the Japanese. Timely Comics introduced many superhero characters during comics’ “Golden Age” in the 1940's. The most important superhero at the time being Captain America, who first appeared in Captain America Comics no.1 published in March 1941. Publishing for early Marvel
  • 9. Marvel began publishing digital comics in 2007. They published the digital comics onto their member subscription service called Marvel Unlimited. Back in the 1990's Marvel barely escaped bankrupcy. They suffered losses from a three-year slide in the comic book business and then announced the elimination of 115 jobs, or one-third of its work force. Interactions with media for early Marvel
  • 10. Marvel were mainly a comic-creating company, but in 2008 Marvel released their first film: Iron Man. Directed by Jon Favreau, Iron man had a budget of $140,000,000 and has made over 4 times that amount worldwide. It was a huge success for Marvel. About a month later The Incredible Hulk was released. It also had a budget of around about $140,000,000, however it made just under double the budget. That is a lot of money but not compared to $585.2 million that Iron Man made. Moving images for early Marvel
  • 11. Disney and Marvel Combined
  • 12. Box Office Mojo says that James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy (Vol. 1) has passed the $500 million mark globally with a total of $500,527,773 earned so far. The movie was filmed mainly in the UK and Belgium. On the planet ‘Xandar’ they filmed the scene at the Millennium Bridge in London. Marvel saw a huge opportunity in Guardians of the Galaxy to expand the post-Avengers Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) into the cosmic realm, which in turn would offer a gateway towards the Infinity War storyline and introduction of Thanos. Moving images for Marvel and Disney
  • 13. Marvel has released 60 video games since 2009 (when Disney bought Marvel). Top 5 best marvel video games are: • Lego Marvel Super Heroes (released in 2013) • X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Released in 2009) • Deadpool (Released in 2013) • Marvel Heroes (Released in 2016) • Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (Released in 2010) Interactions with media for Marvel and Disney
  • 14. Marvel Comics is one of the major publishing companies producing comic book properties today, rivalled primarily by DC Comics. Founded by Martin Goodman in 1939, five years after the establishment of DC, the company was initially known as Timely Comics, and later Atlas. By 1961, however, following experimentation with science fiction and funny animal characters, the line was relaunched as Marvel (taking its name from one of their earliest comic titles), and re-focused on superheroes. Publishing for Marvel and Disney
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