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Walt Disney's Comics and Stories Archives Volume 1 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. Juli 2011

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Floyd Gottfredson began work for Disney in 1929 as an animation assistant. From 1930 to 1975, he served as the primary artist on the Mickey Mouse newspaper strips. Gottfredson created classic co-stars for Mickey’s world: ex-con Butch, Captain Churchmouse, Eli Squinch, Dr. Einmug, and the fiendish foe of “Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot.” The new recruits were abetted by Gottfredson’s brilliant characterizations of Minnie, Horace, Clarabelle, Pete, and especially Goofy. Al Taliaferro began working as a comic strip penciler in 1934. His early comics work involved Bucky Bug and other Silly Symphony Sunday characters. In 1938, he started the first Donald Duck newspaper strip. Within that strip, he created many fan-favorite duck characters including Grandma Duck and Donald’s infamous nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie.

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Comics Landmark 2. August 2011
Von Brent R. Swanson - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
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.S.); chunks of other Gottfredson stories appear throughout. 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: faithful to the original printing and large enough (though not exact size) to be legible. 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. 3.

"Walt Disney's Comics & Stories" No. 1 is a landmark of comics publishing, of Disney comics, and Disneyana in general. 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.
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Disney Collectors and Fans of Al Taliaferro's Donald Duck strip should be pleased with this book 7. August 2011
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This book is a piece of Disney history: it presents issues 1 and 2 of "Walt Disney's Comics and Stories" in their entirety; not just the comics, but the text features, spot illustrations, puzzles and even the advertisements, taken from photstats of the actual comics themselves, which accounts for the odd look of the book's printing. One of the highlights of these issues is the inclusion of many of Al Taliaferro's Donald Duck dailies and Sunday pages. These strips just don't seem to get as much attention as the works of Floyd Gottfredson and Carl Barks. Being mostly pantomime gag strips, they don't have the luxury of a continuing narrative, but they are wonderfully drawn and usually funny. A few seem cryptic to today's readers, and some in of the earlier Sunday pages Donald Duck is quite obnoxious, but these strips are worth having in any classic Disney comic collection. We also get the complete "Mickey Mouse: Island in the Sky" by Floyd Gottfredson, as well as the end of the "Robinson Crusoe" serial that was previously running in Mickey Mouse Magazine and the beginning of "Oscar the Ostrich" (which Fantagraphics will eventually get around to printing, hopefully). There are also some text features adapting Disney shorts into prose, (like "The Robber Kitten", "The Flying Mouse" and "The Little Whirlwind" to name a few) with publicity artwork accompanying them. Also, Mickey Mouse tells kids the joys of good table manners and shoe shining in verse, there are riddles and crossword puzzles, and there's even a dance lesson, "The Donald Duck Doodle", based on publicity art from the short "Mr. Duck Steps Out" which has to be seen to be be believed! Today's kids may find this book to be old-fashioned, but collectors will treasure having it on their bookshelves.
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A novel idea: making classic comics available AND affordable 30. August 2011
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I applaud BOOM! Studios for going with a trade paperback format for WALT DISNEY'S COMICS & STORIES ARCHIVES VOL. 1, for the introduction makes a good case for why an expensive hardcover wouldn't have been such a stretch. Collecting the complete WDC&S # 1 and 2 from 1940 (warts and all, thank goodness), this release enables more readers to experience these extremely rare books that hold such an important place in comic history. 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. While this may be distracting to some, I felt it served the material well; however, it was odd to see that the same strips had apparently been recolored for use as a cover background. In addition, the introduction and afterwords were a bit difficult to read, as they consisted of brown ink on sepia backgrounds. Overall, this was a nice and affordable release, and I'll certainly grab the upcoming Disney's Four-Color Adventures Volume 1, but I believe that's the last one scheduled, as the Disney license is now moving to Marvel. I doubt the series of books initiated by BOOM! will continue, and that's a shame, as they've done such a good job with it. Gentlemen, it was fun while it lasted. I salute you.
Disappointing for me 9. Mai 2013
Von danny boy - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I am a Donald Duck fan. Any reprinting of original material is always welcome to me as I can revel in pure nostalgia. This particular issue had so much potentially to offer me but when I started to read the stories, I couldn't. They were printed in a very dark and faded style which turned me off completely.

All they had to do was to brighten up the pictures, restore some of the line work and it would have been magnificent.
Good Old Fashioned Disney Comics 23. Oktober 2011
Von Roger Farnham - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
This is a collection of the early stories and cartoon panels that appeared in the various Disney comic books. There are a number of 3 and 4 panel Donald Duck cartoons and several short stories. If you grew up reading Disney comics like I did then this will stir up some old memories. If you were not lucky enough to read these first run then now is your chance. Get it and enjoy.
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