Donald D. Markstein
ddmarkstein at cox.net
Mon Dec 9 19:32:57 CET 2002
> Hei, all!
> As you probably know, in the US they distinguish between
> Donald's home "Duckburg" and Mickey's home "Mouston". Do
> any of you know if that's the situation in any European
> languages as well?
> Sigvald :-)
At Egmont, Donald and Mickey both live in Duckburg.
And what does it mean to say "in the US", when speaking of practices among
Disney comics publishers? I know they used "Mouseton" when Disney was
publishing its own comics, but that was only a brief period, and a long time
ago now. I don't recall how Gladstone did it, but whatever it was, they're
not doing it anymore. And we don't know yet how the new publisher will do
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