I think this has officially reached the realm of laughably ridiculous.
Just this weekend, my toddler and I were drawing Monsters, Inc. and Looking for Nemo characters using Crayola(R) markers. We did so for our own enjoyment, a perk normally reserved for the valuable paying customers of Disney's benevolent, generous, and altruistic market offerings. Perhaps we should inform Disney of this potential flood of harmful infringement facilitated, perhaps even actively encouraged, by the despicable evil-doers of Binney & Smith, makers of the evil Crayola(R) infringement tools.
At the very least, these evil tools for primarily infringing activity made such harmful infringement more possible and perhaps more likely, what with all the colors -- coincidentally the same colors used to draw these valuable, copyrighted characters, colors like red, green, blue, orange, black, white, yellow, and purple. A mere coincidence that these colors, the very same colors needed to draw many Disney characters, are packaged and sold as a group? I think not!
And, what about the manufacturers of the very foundation of our infringing extravaganza, paper? Let's not let them off the hook!