Mickey Mouse was created as a replacement for Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, an earlier cartoon character created by the Disney studio for Charles Mintz, a film producer who distributed product through Universal Studios. In 1928, with the series going strong, Disney asked Mintz for an increase in the budget. But Mintz instead demanded that Walt take a 20 percent budget cut, and as leverage, he reminded Disney that Universal owned the character, and revealed that he had already signed most of Disney’s current employees to his new contract. Angrily, Disney refused the deal and returned to produce the final Oswald cartoons he contractually owed Mintz. Disney was dismayed at the betrayal by his staff but determined to restart from scratch. The new Disney Studio initially consisted of animator Ub Iwerks and a loyal apprentice artist, Les Clark, who together with Wilfred Jackson were among the few who remained loyal to Walt. One lesson Disney learned from the experience was to thereafter always make sure that he owned all rights to the characters produced by his company. 
Another question that is connected to this is this: what's so wrong about looking for coloring pages of SpongeBob Squarepants for yourself? Along this same line of thinking is this particular question as well: how many of you reading this have ever gone looking for SpongeBob printable coloring pages so that you could make your own coloring book without having to leave your home? Is all of this a bit much to even think about right now? If it is, than that in and of itself says that you have thought about this subject at least once or twice. We are not here to tell you that this is right or wrong for you, just that you really are not alone in your thoughts about this one.
For less than $10 you can buy a jumbo coloring book and a box of Crayola crayons. There is nothing like the smell of new crayons and getting reacquainted with your favorite color as well as opening a fresh coloring book and looking through all the possibilities before choosing your first page to color. (You can also search the Web for the many sites which offer free, printer-friendly coloring pages.)
But the alphabet color pages which come with designs and small drawings like beautiful coloring objects make it easy for them to remember the words. When 'H for Horse or Home or House' is linked with pictures or cartoons of the objects, they find it interesting and funny and remember quickly. Thus this is one very important benefit that you get from alphabet coloring pages. All the alphabet coloring pages are designed by designers who draw alphabets in variety of shapes that create some kind of interest in their minds and they can imagine and related them to objects. Such images on the pages reinforce letter and numeric figure recognition and also improve writing skills. The children also try to draw or write the alphabets beautifully as in the coloring pages. Thus their basic starts with some discipline and interest to create things better.
All you really need to do is get on the internet and type in a search. Just type in ”Halloween coloring pages” and you will come up with 1000's of different sites that are linked to Halloween, and there will be so many Halloween coloring pages to choose from. Just go to a number of dissimilar sites and download or print whatever ones you like the best. It is a good idea to pair the Halloween coloring pages with the age of the people who will be coloring them in. The older the youngsters, the more complicated the pages can be. If you have mostly toddlers, pre-schoolers, or kindergartners, you will want to stick with basic, simple coloring pages that have large expanses to color and simple things like pumpkins or witches or black cats.