Topic: The Walt Disney Company
Dunder Mifflin paper – the product at the heart of NBC’s hit comedy “The Office” NBC Universal – is now a real product. It's even on sale, $34.95 for a 20-pound carton, at online office supplier quill.com and the NBC online store. Manufactured by quill.com, the paper bears the Dunder Mifflin logo and slogans “Limitless paper in a paperless world” and “Quabity first." Dunder Mifflin paper is the latest in a long line fictional TV and film goods that turn into successful products. Will "The Office" office paper do as well as these Top 6 items?
11/29/2011 06:23 pm
'The Muppets' has catchy musical numbers, well-placed celebrity cameos and genuinely funny jokes.
11/28/2011 12:48 pm
The genius of Carl Barks is collected for a fresh generation of fans, in a new series by Fantagraphics Books.
11/21/2011 02:36 pm
Steve Jobs: the genius rebel who saw the world – computers included – differently from the rest of us.
11/01/2011 03:56 pm
It may not be easy being green like Muppet favorite Kermit the Frog, but sometimes it's even harder to be hip.
10/25/2011 03:51 pm
Mary Blair, who received her own Google Doodle on Friday, greatly influenced early Disney animation. She's remembered today as one of Walt's favorites.
10/21/2011 06:49 pm
The distinctive visual style of Disney artist Mary Blair has its roots in an early-20th-century artistic movement that sought to blend sound and color.
10/21/2011 03:20 pm
Constance Marks's sprightly documentary tells the heartwarming story of the man behind the furry red face.
10/21/2011 12:49 pm
Mary Blair played a key role in Disney's early years. A Google Doodle on Friday honors her work.
10/21/2011 10:52 am
Saturday's launch of J.K. Rowling's Pottermore, the new website about all things Harry Potter, comes after an extended test drive. Some see crass commercialism. Others see 'amazing' world.
10/15/2011 10:22 am