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Zkuq said:

Absolutely ridiculous, especially since we're apparently talking about a zombie instead of a human character. It would be easier to support this decision if there was any indication of or reason to suspect any real harm done, but I bet it's just one white person (or a few of them) that raised the issue and got things moving.

For context here is Bombie the Zombie. 

He was definitely modelled after an African man (and in the story was one) with extremely exaggerated racial features. His appearance in the comic in question was more innocuous, but I can see why Disney wouldn't be keen on acknowledging this character. Definitely not expecting to see a Bombie meet and greet next time I go to Disney World.