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: Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: "Race to Death Valley" (Vol. 1) (Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse) (): Floyd Gottfredson, David Gerstein, Gary Groth: Books. But in his s heyday, Mickey rose to fame as an epic hero — a bold, adventurous scrapper battling mobsters, kidnappers, and spies! And Mickey’s greatest feats of derring-do took place in his daily comic strip, crafted by one of history's greatest cartoonists — Floyd. 4 May Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: Race to Death Valley. Publisher: Fantagraphics Length: pages. Writer: Floyd Gottfredson Price: $ Contributors: David Gerstein (Editor), Gary Groth (Editor) Publication date: Amazon. Over the decades, much has been lost from the world of newspaper comics.
Mickey Mouse, Vol. 1 has ratings and 34 reviews. Matt said: I love vintage newspaper comic strips, their rich visual language, and what they say abou. 11 Oct Today everyone knows Mickey Mouse as the cheerful ambassador of all things Disney. But back in the s, Mickey gained fame as a rough-and-tumble, two- fisted epic hero ― an adventurous scrapper matching wits with mobsters, kidnappers, spies, and even (gulp!) city slickers! And Mickey's greatest. Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse is a series of books collecting the span of work by Floyd Gottfredson on the daily Mickey Mouse comic strip. The strips are reproduced from Disney proof sheets and artwork from private collections. Contents. [hide]. 1 Background; 2 Format; 3 Volumes & box sets. Box sets. 4 Reception; 5 See.
9 May In the world of funny-animal comics cultdom, artist-writer Floyd Gottfredson is overshadowed by Carl Barks, the Donald Duck artist. But Fantagraphics Press' new Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: “Race to Death Valley” contains all you need to know to revel in the very different, deeply pleasurable work of. 15 Jun One of the most eagerly-anticipated projects in comics. Today everyone knows Mickey Mouse as the cheerful ambassador of all things Disney. But back in the s, Mickey gained fame as a rough-and-tumble, two-fisted epic hero — an adventurous scrapper matching wits with mobsters, kidnappers, spies.