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Monday, November 23, 2009

A Thanksgiving Duck

A turkey gets the best of the Duck on this Thanksgiving-themed cover from the November 1940 issue of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories. This was only the second issue of this long-running title—all the more remarkable given it just published its 700 issue. Word is that the new publisher, Boom! Comics, will start running more comics in the classic tradition of this great comic book that will be celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2010. Reason enough to give thanks.

1 comment:

Disappointed said...

Hey Jim,

I enjoy your articles in d23 and Sketches, any comment on the suspension of the Walt Disney Collector's Society by Ene$co today? This means only 2 issues of Sketches this year, instead of the 4 we all paid for, and no more to come.