Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Enchanted Tiki Room Comic series Coming Soon
Enchanted Tiki Room Comic series Coming Soon - Disney Kingdoms Exclusive
by: guide4wdw - Collin
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Every once in a while Disney comes up with an idea that stands out from the rest. Recently, the company decided to release a series of comic books based on the theme park attractions we all have grown to love. Each of the books create an entertaining backstory that fills in many of the gaps found in the story delivered by the attractions themselves. Also, many of the Disney Kingdoms exclusive stories have began to feature wonderful covers that many are using for decorations as well.

Today, Disney has released a new cover variant and some additional information for the latest title in the Disney Kingdoms Series: "Enchanted Tiki Room."  It is one of the long awaited titles by collectors and potentially one of the more unique stories. 

Here's a look at the official pictures and details of the book:
"I have a treat for fans of the Disney Kingdoms comic series. Earlier this summer, I shared details about a new comic series inspired by Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. Today, I have a look at a variant cover and a preview of artwork from this new series that debuts this fall.

This variant cover was created by Walt Disney Imagineer Jason Grandt. It features the lovable Orange Bird from Adventureland in Magic Kingdom Park. Jason also created an additional variant cover with José (as seen in this previous Disney Parks Blog article)."
The comic series will be presented as five unique stories that take place at the Enchanted Tiki Room which is located on an isolated island. Almost anything can happen and does on the island that is populated by talking (and singing) birds and plants and ancient Tiki gods. Stories will unfold with the arrival of new visitors to the island, and the mysteries revealed may all be connected.
The “Enchanted Tiki Room” series will be written by Jon Adams. Artwork will be penciled by Horacio Domingues with cover artwork by Brian Kesinger.
The comic series as a whole is doing quite well, and hopefully this variant cover is part of a growing trend to continue bringing the classics of Disney parks back into todays theme parks and beyond. New merchandise has been released featuring classic icons recently, Orange Bird is gaining popularity once again, and maybe one day we'll see a resurgence of a classic attraction back into the theme parks (of course that's wishful thinking)? 
What would you like to see next  at Walt Disney World and do you plan on checking out "Enchanted Tiki Room"? Thanks for reading and be sure to share the Guide4WDW Blog with friends on social media! 


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