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Disney. 24 Articles. Disney Princess #1 – 12 (). Other Comics heroines have returned in this hilarious collection of Disney Princess comic strips !. Walt Disney's Comics And Stories # (). Other Comics The fourth wall breaks as Mickey and Goofy discover they're really living in a comic book. Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, also known as Walt's Disney Comics and sometimes abbreviated WDC or WDC&S, is a long-running anthology comic book.
Product details Age Range: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. I doubt the series of books initiated by BOOM! This was a perfect gift for my 11 year old grandson who loves to read comics. Timeline 16 messages.
If you were not lucky enough to read these first run then now is your chance. Get it and enjoy. Not what I expected.
This was a perfect gift for my 11 year old grandson who loves to read comics. I have wished that the old comics were still available for children This is a good compilation of the WD comics. It is typical of the original material and is well worthwhile. Getting hands-on access to a couple of the most sought-after and most expensive vintage comic books ever published is a bit like being granted access to a collection of Shakespeare folios or Dickens first editions. The first issues of "Walt Disney's Comics and Stories" were the bridge between the "Mickey Mouse Magazine" and the comic book that would become one of the best-selling periodicals of all time.
Seen today, the chief attraction in these first two issues is the heavy amount of reprinted "Mickey Mouse" newspaper strips by the Floyd Gottfredson staff. The famous "Island in the Sky" storyline is reprinted intact and if my counting is correct, this particular reprint is only the third time it's been reprinted as such in the U.
There is also a lot, maybe too much, of Al Taliaferro's "Donald Duck" strip, as well as text stories based on Disney short cartoons. As time went on, the newspaper material would gradually be scaled back in favor of new stories generated specifically for the magazine.
Within three years, new Donald Duck short stories by Carl Barks would become the leading feature of the periodical, helping to propel it to a reputed three million copies in sales per issue. Compared to those later issues, these first two, with the exception of the Gottfredson material and some of the Taliaferro strips, seem rather stodgy and maybe even relentless in their promotion of all things Disney.
But they also offer a priceless view of pre-WWII Disney comics and marketing, as well as an idea of the "anything goes" humor offered without the least disclaimer or apology. Physically, this book is everything a softcover reprint should be: Original covers and interior advertising are included, and the pages are numbered for easy reference.
The only quibble I have is with the preface pages, which are printed against a brown, textured background. The closing pages are printed against this too, but they are legible, whereas the opening pages seem to be printed in a smaller or lighter typeface and are more difficult to read. Among the bonus features in the back is a reprint of a Gottfredson painting and a poetry parody from "Mickey Mouse Magazine" No.
If you're not among the few who can find and afford to buy an original copy, then this volume is a must-have, and certainly rates as one of the best and most important archival volumes published this year. I applaud BOOM! The bulk of the collection consists of some classic Disney adventure strips featuring Mickey Mouse "Island in The Sky", "Robinson Crusoe", and "Oscar the Ostrich" , plus a wealth of Donald Duck gag strips that are just as funny today as they were 70 years ago.
Mixed in with these are short illustrated text pieces, puzzle pages, ads, and even dance lessons that enhance the nostalgic factor of the original material, but on their own, they didn't make much of an impression. The real attraction here is the strips, and while I've never taken much time to study the work of creators Floyd Gottfredson and Al Taliaferro, this book made me realize just why they are so highly regarded.
It's definitely inspired me to try other collections of their work, so this reprint served its purpose. As to the quality of the printing, the publishers were going for accuracy when they decided to use a faded and offset coloring.
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