Barks's "new" Daisy
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Tue Jun 12 11:29:20 CEST 2001
Marco Barlotti <marcobar at ds.unifi.it>, wrote at Tue, 12 Jun 2001
11:03:59 +0200 (MET DST):
> At 17.03 11/06/01 +0200, "Olivier" <mouse-ducks at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> >One final thing: does anyone know why Barks so drastically changed
> >Daisy & Gladstone in his very last stories (the beauty salon and the
> >Ancient Mariner ones)? Editorial demand, I presume? How horrible
> >they look! they can't be Daisy and Gladstone! They must be-- they
> >have to be-- cons!
> The story W WDC 308-06 "The Beauty Business" ends with Donald
> "creating" whith his beauty business a new Daisy. As a sort of
> continuity, Daisy keeps the same look in the last stories written and
> drawn by Barks in which she appears: W WDC 312-01 "The Not-so-ancient
> Mariner" and W US 68-02 "Hall of the Mermaid Queen". Maybe Barks
> wanted to leave us with a "modern" Daisy, who knows? Remember that W
> WDCD 5-?2 "The Dainty Daredevil" was drawn by Barks but not written
> by him.
As a novice, I'm not familliar with this new look att all. Anyone got
any good pointers to imageson the www?
<bark at bofh.se>
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