Source: Jon Negroni Blog
We were browsing through Facebook this morning, trying to avoid all the racially charged Zimmerman Trial posts (a futile effort), when we came across this blog post by Jon Negroni which attempts to tie all of the Pixar movies together into one continuity. The theory starts with the creation of humans with animal intelligence in Brave and goes all the way to a future Earth populated by the monsters from Monsters Inc. (who are suggested to be the result of interbreeding between the humans and animals) and artificially intelligent machines which may or may not have evolved from the toys in Toy Story, both of which need to harvest magical life energy of humans through time travel, since they've become extinct.
Well, we can't really do it it justice here. There was a lot of thought put into this and it's pretty thorough, if a bit out there. Check it out for yourself!
Personally, we like the theory. With DC rebooting their universe in 2011 and Marvel just not really caring about continuity when it gets in the way of a blockbuster super-mega-crossover event, comic fanboys need a new rigid continuity to obsess over and argue about. Why not Pixar?
Please post your new hard line, practically psychopathic beliefs about Pixar continuity in the comments section below, comics fans!
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