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Mickey Mouse: Zombie Coffee

Award-winning French cartoonist/Disney animator Régis Loisel presents an amazing brand-new Mickey adventure — set in Mickey’s classic 1930s golden age! Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck, Horace Horsecollar, and Clarabelle Cow go camping to forget the Great Depression. But when they return…

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A Comic Shop Tour Part 2

Last month my son and I took two days and visited most comic shops between Scarborough and Stoney Creek. Please give that a look before continuing here as I’ll be making references to that post. This time around we decided…

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Silly Symphonies Vol. 2: 1935-1939

This second of four volumes presents the spectacular Sunday pages from 1935 to 1939, featuring the first comic strip adaptation of a feature-length film—Snow White…the original Donald Duck series, plus the Three Little Pigs (and the Big Bad Wolf, of course), Elmer…

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A Comic Shop Tour Part 1

With the pandemic still in full swing, my son and I were feeling nostalgic for the “hunt” or finding that great item at a great price. So I decided we would have a short getaway and take two days to…

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Silly Symphonies Vol 1 1932 1935

Silly Symphonies Vol 1: 1932-1935

This first of four volumes presents all the strips featuring Bucky Bug, the first Disney character to be originated in newspaper comics, as well as adaptations of several popular Silly Symphonies cartoons, such as The Wise Little Hen (introducing Donald Duck!), The Tortoise and the…

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Jet Scott Volume Two

When the world is faced with strange anomalous threats, there is one man who can be called on to set things right-Jet Scott! Along with his colleagues at the Office of Scientifact, Jet uses the power of science to solve…

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Daily Cartoons 1929-1930

This series presents a chronological reprinting of Ripley’s famous daily cartoons, reminding us that first and foremost that Robert Ripley—explorer, radio, movie and television personality, entrepreneur and museum impresario—was an astounding artist-cartoonist. In an era when few people travelled outside…

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