Not so anceint Mariner and other things
komixgreekpage at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 12 19:39:18 CEST 2001
Anders Christian wrote:
> In Denmark he's supposed to do, but not often shown
> together with him, and I could list the first 5
> stories to proove it.
In the 15 years I'm reading Disney Comics [I'm 17 1/2
years old so guess when I started reading :-) ] I read
only 2 stories with both Mickey/Goofy and
1. Uncle Scrooge meets the Phantom Blot by Paul Murry
2. A five-part story by Romano Scarpa which in greek
titled "Who stole Mickey Mouse 1500?" (I have no idea
how the italian title is. It is a story with a golden
plaquet) and almost all the famous characters appear.
In Greece it came out in the special edition of the
weekly Mickey Mouse for the 1500 issues that the
> -I-coded story JB 118ce
> I TL 1790-A 26 3 BSa FVa -- [part:11]
> [ser:Zodiac Stone]
> Which also prooves Apostolis wrong, since Mickey is
> very much seen in the money bin in the story
I've forgot that story! Maybe because I never bought
the special edition of it. It came out several years
ago, in a book named "H Zodiakh Petra" (Zodiac Stone)
> Mouseton, Mickeyville, Topilonia (?) and others.
> what is it in greek, all Duckburg, as it is here?
Duckburg = Limnoupolh (LakeCity). The greek name
sounds good to my ears, but I also like the "Duckburg"
name. They gave this name maybe because ducks supposed
to live in lakes.
Mousetown = Mickey City
> Yes, Don redres some panels, or copied (Don?) and
> don't tell me you yourself doubt one second that not
> only those panels but the whole Lo$, and the
> whole work of Don is one large
> tribute/hommage/honnering of the Duck Man. :-)
Well, I believe that the whole Lo$, and the whole work
of Don is one large tribute/hommage/honnering of the
Duck Man ;-)
This is really one of the best works about Scrooge's
life. These episodes are full of references, humor,
action and... hard work :-)
> I believe those blueprints are as real as they can
I agree with you
> well, Apostolis, sorry, but I don't think any of
> your money ever reached Barks or Rosa or any other
> artists, writer or plotter.
I think you're right on that.
Best Wishes from the hot Athens (where the temperature
reached the 40*C degrees today, yay!)
Apostolis Trikourakis, Athens, Greece
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