Mickey Mystery and Pocket Books
Jørgen Andreas Bangor
jorgenb at ifi.uio.no
Sun Dec 4 19:12:52 CET 1994
I took a closer look on them. There seem to be two artists. Not too
different, but one of them is, IMNSHO, better than the other. The
better one is the one who has _not_ drawn that farm story. The better
one is, among other things, much better in drawing fur and hair.
None of them is Ferioli, BTW. His Mickey has a much bigger head.
Ah, why did I mention Ferioli? Well, his, and these two artists,
mice aren't that different. They all seem to follow this "new" way of
Earlier this year someone (must have been Harry) mentioned an Italian
story with Carl Barks. This story was, as far as I remember, published
in the German book #192 (or something close to that). The same story was
published in the Norwegian #152 (#160 was published a couple of weeks
ago). So: Are the German books smaller than the Norwegian, or are there
a lot of books that are skipped, or something, here in Norway?
The Norwegian books have 256 pages. For a short period they had 264
BTW: I was wrong when I said that we have about 700 regular pages a
month here in Norway -- it's closer to 850.
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