Remaining Barks JW scripts / King Scrooge the First script
timoro at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 19 02:26:31 CEST 2007
Geoffrey Blum writes on first set of the Egmont's CBL that the pencil
layouts for 'King Scrooge the first' has been found. Roughly a year ago
Jippes told me that he had done all of the JW-stories, except for "CAPTAINS
OUTRAGEOUS", "LIFE SAVERS"and "PERIL OF THE BLACK FOREST". That included
"KING SCROOGE the FIRST". I pressume that by now he have done all Barks
scripted stories, and they will appear in the Library - Carl Barks Samlade
verk - Carl Barks' Samlede Værker - Carl Barksin kootut - books number 29
or 30. Blum or Stefan Diös would more about details.
----- Original Message -----
From: "D.M. van Eijmeren" <dve at kabelfoon.nl>
To: "Timo Ronkainen" <timoro at hotmail.com>; <dcml at nafsk.se>
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 9:08 PM
Subject: Remaining Barks JW scripts / King Scrooge the First script
> Timo Ronkainen, September 17, 2007:
>> Jippes made his version of Perils of the Black Forest about a year ago.
>> It will be part of the Egmont's Carl Barks Library.
> Below a list of remaining scripts of which I don't know if Jippes has
> redrawn them or not:
> - 'King Scrooge the First' (US 71, script: Barks, 21 blz.) (script
> - 'Life Savers' (JW 6, script: Barks, 5 blz.) (script lost?)
> - 'Looter of the Lake' (JW 9, script: Barks)
> - 'Teahouse of the Waggin' Dragon' (JW 19, script: Barks, 16 blz.)
> - 'Hark, Hark, the Ark' (JW 23, script: Barks)
> - 'Captains Outrageous' (JW 25, script: Barks, 15 blz.)
> Have any of these stories been redrawn by Jippes? Will all stories be
> by him?
> I've heard that material of the pencil script of 'King Scrooge the First'
> found and that Jippes inked it. On internet I've seen a scan of panel
> which shows versions of Strobl, Jippes and apparently Barks.
> Has the pencil script been found? And if so, is it completely or only
> partially discovered? And has it been published?
> Best wishes,
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