That Toy Story comic has already been in sale on Amazon and online bookstores for a while. A bit strange it's not distributed by Diamond until April..
To get a better overview of "The Story of the Movies in Comics" series from Dark Horse, I made this list (dates from Amazon, some are probably going to be changed):
Some of these got published by Joe Books not so long ago, also under a series with the same name. And some got announced but cancelled by Joe Books. So keeping track of the movie adaptations can be a bit confusing. But there are some interesting ones from the upcoming Dark Horse series:
- Onward is new, and has never been pulished before - The Frozen book has the adaptation of Frozen 2, not published in English before - Incredibles 2 was announced by Joe Books but cancelled, and is not published in English before - Finding Dory was announced by Joe Books but cancelled, and I don't think this one has been published in English before
The rest I'd consider reprints, but I like the fact that they collect several adaptions in the same book (Toy Story 1-4, Frozen 1 & 2, Nemo and Dory etc.)
What I find odd about all these movie adaptation books now is the fact that Dark Horse has been making their own movie adaptations in house. They made Snow White and The Little Mermaid last year each in a miniseries that later got a trade release and they've got ones for both Frozen movies coming out this year in graphic novel form.
Like why is this and Frozen 1 and 2: The Story of the Movie in Comics both coming out within a couple months of each other? That doesn't make much sense. And I also kinda wish they would compile multiple movies that don't have sequels into one book or something. These adaptations are only around 50 pages or so I think and to me, the value just isn't there for dozens of these smaller books.