A new comic line featuring comics based on Disney attractions will be announced at NYCC.
Source: Inside the Magic
Inside the Magic, a Disney Park blog, announced the first in a new line of comics based on attractions from Disney's theme parks and published by Marvel. Working with Disney Imagineers, Marvel is developing the "Disney Kingdoms" line Marvel The first, Seekers of the Weird, will take place in the Museum of the Weird, a scrapped attraction that was to serve as the walk-in to the Haunted Mansion. Seekers of the Weird will be written by Outhouse favorite Brandon Seifert, with art by Karl Moline, and will be about two teenagers trying to rescue their parents from an evil secret society.
Inside the Magic's article mentions that Marvel has more Disney Kingdom books in the pipeline, although they haven't decided which attractions will be featured next.
Here's the cover to the first Seekers of the Weird:
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