Disney-comics digest #109.
mas at cs.bu.edu
Mon Sep 27 03:20:37 CET 1993
David Gerstein writes:
> But wherever the "D. U. C. K" is on US 281 completely eludes
>me!!! I'm stuck!
It took me a while, but I managed to find it - it's in the coins that
Scrooge has in his shovel.
> Len Wein, by the way, laid down the law in 1990 that in new
>stories, Scrooge should have his DuckTales dialect written into the
>balloons! Hence stories like "Coffee, Louie or Me" in US 257, wherein
>Scrooge refers to "m' money bin!" Phooey! (Van Horn didn't obey that
>regulation; *only* Jaime Diaz stories adopted it.)
I'm not that informed, but from what I've been able to gather, there
seem to be *many* reasons to dislike Len's tenure on the Disney books.
"I am Scrooge McDuck of the clan McDuck. There can be only one!"
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