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Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: "High Noon at Inferno Gulch" (Vol. 3) (Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse) Hardcover – July 2, 2012
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We ve already seen the gorgeous treatment that Fantagraphics has given to books like Peanuts... sothere s no doubt that Gottfredson s Mickey Mouse will get the same. Kudos to them for bringing thework of a legendary artist back to today s readers in a way that will honor his memory and contributionsto the medium.--David Wolkin
About the Author
David Gerstein is a comic book writer/editor and animation historian specializing in the Disney Standard Characters. His books include Mickey and the Gang: Classic Stories in Verse and Walt Disney Treasures―Disney Comics: 70 Years of Innovation. He lives in New York City, NY.
Gary Groth is the co-founder of The Comics Journal and Fantagraphics Books. He lives in Seattle.
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The stories here are boilerplate for the era. Mickey at sea (twice). Mickey out west (twice). Mickey battling a mysterious phantom villain. Mickey battling mobsters. These storylines have even been done by Gottfredson in previous volumes but they never get boring even if they are somewhat derivative. "A Race for Riches" is a near carbon copy of Gottfredson's first Mickey story "Race to Death Valley" except that the story here is much better, in fact just about everything about his writing, character development and art have improved. I loved when Peg Leg Pete was strafing Mickey and Horsecollar from above shouting, "Hugs and Kisses, Haw Haw". This kind of lightness and humor is a far cry from the stale jokes Mickey was spewing in the earlier story. Another funny thing is the whole pecking order of the animals in Mickey's world.Read more ›
I also came to learn that the great Mickey Mouse adventure stories by Gottfredson were actually reprints of the daily and Sunday Mickey Mouse comic strips. But what was frustrating, was that while Carl Barks materials were reprinted completely several times (and now are again being reprinted by Fantagraphics), no one had done a comprehensive reprint of Gottfredson's work. Until now.
This then is the third of what should be about 15 or so volumes reprinting all the dailies (and now also Sunday) Mickey Mouse adventure strips by Gottfredson. While he worked on the strip for several decades, I believe they will only go from 1930 to 1955, when the adventure stories ended in favor of gag-a-day strips (per editorial decree). And he also only worked on the Sunday strip for about 5 years. So with about 2 years per daily volume, there should be 12 volumes of dailies and 2 of Sundays.
Each volume will follow the same basic format. A great introductory essay that gives info on the strip and the current set of stories. Then the stories, broken up into distinct storylines with some introductory info on each.Read more ›
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One of the world's most recognizable pop-culture icons, Walt Disney's unstoppable breadwinner Mickey Mouse has a wild past of which many fans are blissfully and unenviably unaware. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Ryan Anthony
This is classic Mickey Mouse. This is the Mickey Mouse I grew up with (I'm older than dirt). Like Carl Barks, Floyd Gottfredson was a master story teller and though some of his... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this as a gift for my husband. We have been amazed at the depth of story and character in this book. Love, love, love it.Published on June 2, 2013 by Ines Peek
this book was a X-mas gift for my son and he loved it , so that is what I wantedPublished on February 7, 2013 by Winston E. Stakely