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A cover gallery of 'Zootopia' books

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zootopiajuniornovelization.jpgBack in August, we ran a story about upcoming tie-in books for Disney's Zootopia. Yesterday, the artwork for those books' covers were finally revealed.

The books featured are all meant primarily for children; in fact, most are meant for very young children just learning to read. But, due to the fact that they're meant primarily as children's storybooks, they feature a lot of artwork. Though interior illustrations have not been released, the covers are worth taking a look at for furries.

The Zootopia Junior Novelization would probably be of the most interest to furry fans actually looking to read something, as it would directly summarize the plot from the screenplay. However, it also features the least interesting cover; just the two leads of the movie, Judy and Nick, as they would appear in the CGI animated movie. The more interesting book covers are below.

Spoiler warning: If you're the kind of person who considers tie-in children's book covers possible spoilers, avoid reading further.


The Official Zootopia Handbook

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The Zootopia Little Golden Book

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The Zootopia Big Golden Book

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Super Animals

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The Big Case

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Big Trouble in Little Rodentia

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The Stinky Cheese Caper and Other Cases from the ZPD Files

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I feel like that episode of South Park where the kids watch a Terrance and Phillip trailer and are all like, "He was wearing a cowboy hat! Did you see that, he was wearing a cowboy hat!" but I am strangely fascinated to find out what's up with Nick's flower on the Big Golden Book cover.

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Interesting criss-cross of art styles on display there, I must say.

Actually the book with the MOST interest to Furry Fans is going to be the inevitable "Art of Zootopia" coffee table book. Ohhhhhh yes!

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There will never again be a time when Disney releases a movie with no tie-ins.

Well, I'll be...

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I can't remember the last time they EVER released a movie with no tie-ins. They're the world standard for tie-ins!

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Well, it was either Disney or Star Wars, who have now teamed up, so the debate's kind of moot.

The "moichandizing" scene from Spaceballs recently got even funnier (also, I would totally buy Zootopia: The Flamethrower in a heartbeat).

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There was a slew of merchandising for Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" in 1937. Not as much as there is today, but it certainly didn't lack tie-ins. If you want funny merchandising, what about the "Despicable Me 2" plastic airgun marketed as the "fart blaster"?

Fred Patten

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Formerly Wichita's only furry comic.