re re what's this: "SCROOGE MCDUCK CAPITALIST & PROUD OF IT!"
Nuno J. Silva
nunojsilva at ist.utl.pt
Wed Jan 2 19:03:16 CET 2013
On 2013-01-02, Olivier wrote:
>>>>>> and I agree. It looks fully unserious to me -- in particular the awful price for 12 pages
>>>>>> without even an author's name to it, but also "the project" itself. My level of skepticism
>>>>>> did now decrease after this brief exchange with the seller
> Still not much information.
> I have just searched for this title, and the most interesting result so far
> is this reference on the Disney Comics Forum, last September (on the 27th--
> that's message # 24):
> "There is a follow up to it "Scrooge McDuck Capitalist and Proud" that I
> have been dying to read but alas the last time I saw it for sale it was 300
> (far too much for my stingy heart).
> Here is a link to an online PDF of "How to Read Donald Duck", copies of it
> do pop up on ebay from time to time as well.
> Also, here is a link to one of the authors follow ups, after learning that
> most of what he was attacking was the work of one man.
> http://www.english.ufl.edu/imagetext/ar . _2/kunzle/
I guess this link got mangled somehow, it should be
> And lastly here is my reply to "The Parts That Got Left Out of the Donald
> Duck Book,
> or: How Karl Marx Prevailed Over Carl Barks" which I'll post on my rather
> empty blog. I actually already quoted a couple of paragraphs on this in my
> last post. http://blog.mcduckindustries.com/ "
Nuno Silva (aka njsg)
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