Thats and thems
bangfish at cableone.net
Fri Aug 20 19:22:34 CEST 2004
> As I watched the movie I saw why this movie would be especially
> appropriate for including a Gemstone order form. The narrator (a
> turtle) begins telling the story by reading out of a comic book. And
> when the film ends, the credits are given in a comic book format. I
> noticed that the comic book the turtle is reading is priced 25 cents.
Disney animator: Say, we should put a price on this comic. Whattaya
Animation supervisor: Hmm...last time I bought a comic, I think I paid
Disney animator: Sounds good to me.
> So, Gary, do we have any 25 cent comics books from Gemstone to look
> forward to in the near future? :)
> Leonard Maltin, the film critic and narrator/coordinator for the
> Disney Treasures DVD's, has included clips of covers from the early
> 1930 and 1940 Mickey Mouse Magazine and Walt Disney Comics and
> Stories in the Wave 3 Donald Duck DVD. I have recently sent email to
> his web site www.leonardmaltin.com saying that it would be nice if in
> future DVDs he could also show some of the latest covers and even
> mention Gemstone to help revitalize Disney comics. I hope others will
> also write to him to help achieve the same.
Thanks for bringing this up. It sure couldn't hurt.
> Don Rosa wrote:
>> I am of the school of thought that a
>> comic book script and art should be done by a single person
>> to have that special spark.
> Goscinny and Uderzo made wonderful Asterix stories together.
Yes they did - they were a real team. I have enjoyed the Asterix
stories Uderzo himself has written, but they just don't have that
special spark of the classic Goscinny/Uderzo collaborations.
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