Gyro appears in F&SF
trygve at tc.umn.edu
Thu Jan 27 02:01:02 CET 2000
> However, as both kinds of fiction could be described as fantasy,
> expanding from talking ducks to starships as one grows up makes
> some sort of sense.
Well I have an interest in both Disney comics and Science Fiction, and Gyro fits well into both categories. He seemed like the most likely Disney character to appear in F&SF. I wonder, though, how many people are fans of both comics and SF. I'd guess there are more SF fans that comic fans, but what percentage of each overlap the other?
> This sounds very interesting. Do you have the magazine yourself, or did
> you see it somewhere on the net? I don't think I speak only for myself when
> saying, that I would like to see the whole short story:-)
Unfortunately, I don't have this in electronic form. I borrowed the magazine from a friend who alerted me to this story.
"Maybe I'm glad; maybe I'm sad; maybe I'm just a little mad!" -Gyro Gearloose
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