mouse-ducks at wanadoo.fr
Tue Apr 10 14:55:59 CEST 2001
>>the desert island would be a comfortable place
>>if I had a CD player, 4 of Oldfield's titles, a good number
>>of Barks and Rosa comics, and my Bible.
Ha, the famous "desert island" / "what objects would you like
to save from a disaaster" issue...
A friend & I tried to make a list of CDs & films we'd like to have on a
high tech desert island. At first, I thought we might choose 50 titles
maximum per list, then try and boil it down. Well, I was way over the
50 titles in my preliminary list! Still haven't solved the dilemma.
Maybe I should have *everything* ready to carry away, just in case...
More to the point: haven't tried doing it for the comics yet.
A few titles spring to mind. (lists below, no particular order).
What would you (everyone) take along?
1/ Land Beneath the Ground
2/ Only a Poor Old Mind
3/ Back to the Klondike (with the fish currency story that follows--
that's one album)
4/ Golden Helmet
5/ Lost in the Andes
6/ In Old California
7/ Christmas in Shacktown
8/ Letter to Santa
9/ Sheriff of Bullet Valley
Barks 10-pagers (much more difficult):
Quiz show, Nightmares, Donald's Big Imagination
1/ L&T (original 12, new ones, future ones, all!)
2/ Son of the Sun
3/ Last Sled to Dawson
5/ Space Varmints
6/ Hearts of the Yukon
7/ Duck that Never Was
8/ Unviersal Solvent
9/ Black Knight
10/ Once and Future Duck
11/ Return to Plain Awful
And certainly many more I can't think of right now.
Actually, this is also the much-debated "favorite story" issue.
I haven't taken part in such a debate yet, so this will complete
my introducktion a bit in a sense, even though it's not a list I've
given much thought about.
Gottfredson's mouse would have to be save as well.
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