Don Rosa list + intro letter
H.W.Fluks at research.ptt.nl
Wed Sep 2 18:10:20 CEST 1992
Per Starback writes:
> I guess new people to the list might be interested in getting things
> like the Don Rosa list, so I'm planning on making a standard welcoming
> message to the list that tells about interesting information files I
> keep as part of the mailing list administration.
So you will keep the lists up-to-date?
> Welcome to <blah blah blah. address of list etc.>
> I keep some files here, composed from earlier messages to the list,
> that might be of interest to you. Just write to me and ask for any of
> them, and I'll send them to you. They are:
> * members
> The members of the mailing list, with their email addresses.
(I recommended this list to Andrew Davies, Australia. I he a member?)
> * rosa
> A list of Don Rosa's Disney stories and covers and where they are
> printed. There is information on publication in the USA, the
> Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
Don't forget to correct my 'typing error' in the Scandinavian column of the
story 'Return to Plain Awful'...
> * recurring
> Rich Bellacera's "Disney Toon Character List" of recurring characters.
> (Not restricted to Disney *comics*.)
> * story-codes
> An explanation of the various story codes, i.e., the production codes
> of the stories that are sometimes found in the first panel of the
> stories. By Harry Fluks.
> Is this a good idea? The above is just random thoughts at the moment,
> and not a definite list. What should be there?
I think some of the lists are still 'under construction'. You should make that
clear to the newcomers. (Or is Rich's list complete now?)
Maybe you could also add some Frequently Asked facts about Don Rosa, why he
went to Gutenberghus etc. It was on this list once, but also several times
on rec.arts.comics or rec.arts.disney.
> One thing that I
> definitely think should be there, but that I haven't got is a list of
> the current Disney comics, with short notes on what they contain.
> Beauty & The Beast
> Colossal Comics Collection
> Disney Adventures
> Donald Duck Adventures
> Uncle Scrooge
> Walt Disney's Comics & Stories
> There are more, aren't there?
Not much more. I think there was a comic called Sebastian, but I'm not sure.
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