Dave Rawson's "Toot Suite", etc.

DAVID.A.GERSTEIN 9475609 at arran.sms.edinburgh.ac.uk
Mon Jan 30 19:17:57 CET 1995

      DAVE:  Are you the same Dave Rawson who wrote the 
Bugs/Porky/Daffy story "Toot Suite" which I just read in a British 
Bugs Bunny monthly?  E-Mail me privately (so I can regain your E-Mail 
address) and I'll praise your ear off... and enquire how you came to 
be writing these stories, as well as Disney ones?  This is far better 
than a lot of the stories DC has had made... for one thing, it 
convinced me to buy the comic!  
      Ever read some of the very good Dell LT comics from their glory 
days, roughly 1943-1955?  Good stuff with often-superb art;  if not as 
good as Barks, Gottfredson, Taliaferro, and Gil Turner's wolves, it's 
sure better than a lot of the Disney stories done by Whitman.  The 
Henery Hawk stories of the day have super art and a sort of self-built 
mythology on the order of John Stanley's Little Lulu comics.  And 
then there's Beaky Buzzard, who makes Goofy look like Einstein.

      JORGEN:  You still out there?  I hope you'll be so kind as to 
summarize some recent issues, since the British weekly has chosen to 
run a two-part Beagle Boys story around now and we've been stuck with 
only a page of Ducks each week for two weeks!

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