Unca Walt meets Snow White
trygve at maroon.tc.umn.edu
Fri Mar 17 01:42:44 CET 1995
>...they have now decided that Gladstone CANNOT use the title UNCLE WALT'S
>COLLECTORY. I understand that "Uncle Walt" is a term used by Disney employees
>when speaking derogatorily about their own corporation, and they can hardly
>allow the name to be used as the title of a funnybook!
They apparently have quite a different view then the fans do. Now if
someone were to publish reprints of Walter Lantz or Walt Scot comics would
Disney object if THEY used "Uncle Walt?"
>UNCLE WALT'S COLLECTERY:
>Isn't "CollectOry" spelled with an "O"? How was it spelled on
>that old Barks lithograph?
I wouldn't be surprised, but the Gladstone Ad in CBG spells it with an "E."
> THE SNOW WHITE COMIC FROM MARVEL:
> Yeow! So they DID reprint the 10-pager from WDC&S 47! Now I have
>to get my hands on this comic... typical for Marvel that they didn't
Yeow is right! I had never looked at those Marvel Disney comics assuming
that they were just doing new material. Now I wonder what other goodies
have been slipping by...
Tryg Helseth <trygve at maroon.tc.umn.edu> Minneapolis, MN, USA
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