Saturday, July 30, 2011

"Ducktargnan and the Three Musketeers"

So I was messing around on inducks, when I came this British series from 2010, called Disney Literature Classics, which seems to be a chopped-down version of a Brazilian series (to add to the confusion, there seems also to be a differently-numbered Irish version, though this could just be confusion on inducks' part). Most of the issues aren't fully indexed, but from those that are it looks as though it mostly consists of old Italian stories that have otherwise never seen the light of day in English.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Hey, whatever, man! I need to find out if they ever discover that lost mine!
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Saturday, July 9, 2011

"Darkest Africa" really, how cool is the cover of the issue of Donald Duck Adventures that reprints this story?
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Monday, July 4, 2011

Surprisingly Specific Requests

From a letter in Mickey & Donald 14, by one Lee Hopper III:
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"A Very Goofy King Midas"

I was just idly flipping through an issue of Gladstone's Donald & Mickey, and came across this story, which I certainly had never read before, because really, now--there was nothing about the idea that appealed to me. But I started reading it, 'cause it was there. Makes sense, right?
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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Duck Comics Revue: Now in Spanish!

Sort of, in a very limited way. I was thrilled--possibly to an excessive degree--when José Massaroli emailed me with kind words about my entry on "One Thin Dime." He wanted to translate the entry into Spanish for his blog (of COURSE he has a blog--and what looks to be a pretty interesting one, though I don't speak a word of Spanish). Results here, for those of you who like this blog but HATE the fact that you always have to read it in stupid ol' English.

New entries soon, I hope.