Jaybird cannon in "The Doom Diamond" (US 70)
Daniel van Eijmeren
dve at kabelfoon.nl
Sun May 25 15:23:08 CEST 2003
Page 12 of Barks' story "The Doom Diamond" (US 70) seems to suggest
that the jaybird cannon in Scrooge's submarine is attached *upside
down*. When Scrooge shows the cannon to Donald (panel 12.4), they're
standing on the submarine's ceiling.
This is not an error. I just found it funny to notice.
(An explanation could be that Scrooge foresaw the possibility of being
put upside down, so he made two jaybird cannons. One on the floor. And
one upside down on the ceiling, meant as an alternate floor.)
"I'm putting my heart back into my chest -
all fractured and tattered - in need of a rest!"
(Which Barks story?)
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