Previews of April 2004 Gemstone Comics ZeldasTriforce at
Fri Jan 30 06:19:15 CET 2004

Dane wrote:

What I always found amusing about Daisy was that she was constantly trying to 

"do good" in the community, whether it was for fund-raising or any other 
random do-gooding plot device. And yet, she has no morals whatsoever. That 
more about humanity than any large, thick books with carpeted spines.

I agree wholeheartedly with that statement.

I read Previews vol. XIV #2 today and here are the previews for Gemstone 
comics in April 2004:

Donald Duck and Friends #315--- In "Snooper By The Book" Donald mystifies the 
nephews when he sets up a private detective practice, and succeeds! Mickey 
must match wits with "Bagarthach the Arch-Fiend" after he unwittingly releases 
an ancient demon from its bottle prison. And Grandma and Gus wrap up in 
"Grandma goes to Town." FC, 32 pages, $2.95.

Mickey Mouse and Friends #264--- Join Mickey and his compatriots as they try 
to defend their homes against "The Dictator From The Future." Then enjoy some 
lighter fare as Donald and Gladstone square off for Daisy's affections (once 
again) in "That Carnival Atmosphere." And wind down with Goofy and Li'l Bad 
Wolf stories. FC, 32 pages, $2.95.

Uncle Scrooge #329--- Don Rosa's epic "Dream of a Lifetime" (lettered by Todd 
Klein) tales Scrooge on a whirlwind tour of his life via his dreams -- with 
the Beagle Boys hot on his heels! Can Donald get into Scrooge's dream, get the 
Beagles out, and awaken the old duck before disaster strikes? Prestige Format. 
SC, 7x10, 64 pages, FC, $6.95.

Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #644--- William Van Horn leads the book with 
"What A Drag," another of the Donald ten-pagers he's famous for. Mickey, Big 
Bad Wolf, Daisy, and the Nephews make appearances in their own features, and 
two vintage stories are reprinted: "Bootle Beetle," from WDC&S #82, and Carl 
Barks' "The Firebug" (From Dell Four Color #108). Prestige Format. SC, 7x10, 64 
pages, FC, $6.95.

A few reprints, but a pretty good lineup(though nothing is said about US 329 
besides the Rosa story).

Derek Smith
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