One of the most impressive things we noticed at E3 was the level of respect that Disney developers hold for their characters. They speak about Mickey Mouse, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Swampy the Alligator with love and admiration, the same way you'd describe dancing with Astaire or acting with De Niro. This emotion pours through into the games and projects the studios work on, and Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two is no exception. While at E3, we spent a little time with Mickey's magic brush, before chatting with Junction Point animator Christian Sheppard about his experiences.
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