It's getting apparent that the Disney name is meaning much more than Mickey, princesses, and the like. It's well known that ABC, Marvel, ESPN, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and the like are under the company. I am very well noted that branding each sister company separately is the only way to keep the main flagship Disney name for general audiences, but over the years it has changed to where PG13 movies were released under the Disney banner, and majority of the fandoms and society at least know that Marvel is under Disney. I've also read about the recent blogs from Steve Hulett talking about the Marvel shows (except Spider-Man to my knowledge) ongoing. Plus, 21st Century Fox's properties (Fox Animation and Blue Sky, need I say more?) are currently being acquired by Disney on top of that. There'd be no way to keep the branding separate for so long since it'll eventually become cluttered, and jobs will be either merged or lost. At Warner Bros. Animation, the DC side is still churning out critically acclaimed DTVs, shows, miniseries, and specials. At Marvel? It's been at least mixed overall over the years with the several studios they've had on their own, and Marvel Studios is part of Walt Disney Studios as of now. With Big Hero 6 technically a Marvel comic, I think it could work. Maybe remove Mickey from the logo or call it Marvel Television Animation, like how Disney used Jetix as if it was its own studio. Thoughts?