Classics are Back at BOOM! This January
By The Editor
November 2, 2010 - 13:10
Shipping as an oversized anniversary issue, WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES #715 features:
- Life Savers," a Carl Barks-written story from 1969 newly illustrated by Dutch master Daan Jippes in the Barks style and starring the Junior Woodchucks – published for the first time in the U.S.!
- Writer Ruud Straatman and American master artist Don Rosa's Daisy Duck story “Forget Me Not” from 1989.
- “70th Heaven!” by Dutch master artist Daan Jippes in its American publishing debut.
- A previously untitled Li'l Bad Wolf/Donald Duck tale by Gill Turner in its first appearance since 1950!
Bursting at the seams with 40 pages, WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES #715 ships with A and B covers by beloved classic Disney comics artists William Van Horn and Daan Jippes respectively.
MICKEY MOUSE #304 features:
- Bill Walsh/ Floyd Gottfredson tale “The Pirate Ghost Ship!” marking its first reprint with every single panel complete since 1944.
- Legendary Mickey Mouse artist Floyd Gottfredson’s “Laundry Blues” from 1932 in its first re-printing ever!
- A Goofy tale by Italian master Romano Scarpa, “Don’t Worry About It,” printed for the first time in English!
Also weighing in at 40 pages, MICKEY MOUSE #304 features covers by modern Mickey master artist Casty and the legendary Floyd Gottfredson!
WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES #715 and MICKEY MOUSE #304 ship this January with a price tag of $3.99. WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES #715 carries a Diamond code of NOV100833 and MICKEY MOUSE #304 carries a Diamond code of NOV100830. To find a comic book store near you download one of the ComicBookBin apps.
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