Hear me... I want them to fail and realize that it was a big mistake not letting Boom re-negotiate the license. Though something tells me that's like asking the universe to turn itself inside out. Strike One! Muppet and Pixar comics license pulled before Incredibles can finish their story AND before the Muppets can publish their last arc. Strike two: Classic and International Disney Reprints license pulled. To be fair, Boom stopped publishing Double O Duck and Duck Avenger comics, so other than the fact I've got 2 months to find 50 bucks to buy the Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck before the price skyrockets and I have to wait another decade, I can't say I'm horribly disappointed... but still, crummy thing to do. Third Strike, Final offense, last straw: Disney afternoon license gone.... Now, presumably they could make money off these bad kid's magazines if they keep putting Cars on the cover (I don't see them sell), but I severly doubt Disney would want anything to do with Disney Afternoon shows. Even when they made T-Shirts for sale at Hot Topic Only, they manage tho screw up the coloring on the Darkwing shirt. They refuse to finish the series they released on DVD, there's no way they'll post them online themselves... why pull a license you want nothing with that someone else was doing something brilliant with?