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PB & Jason Issue 20: Not Disney's PB & Jason

Disney's Epic Mickey doesn't live up to its name.

This issue, the podcast is all about Disney Epic Mickey, with some general Walt Disney World Resort stuff thrown in.

That's about it. It's a magical issue!

M I C... See you real soon!

K E Y... Why? Because we like you?

P... B... &... Jay... son!

No animals were left permanently thinned in the inking of this podcast.

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Music by Kathrine Theidy.



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Jason Ross Senior Editor

12/02/2010 at 02:07 AM Reply | Permalink | Report

It looks like WestWood Studios developed the SNES and Genesis versions of The Lion King, and Virgin Interactive published it.

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