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Have Your Elf a Merry Little Christmas

We watched a few Christmas-related things this month, and I wasn’t necessarily planning to post about them all at once, but that’s kind of how it worked out. There were some things for which I don’t necessarily have a full … Continue reading

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Duck and Cover

Today, I’m looking at two more Carl Barks comic collections. Uncle Scrooge: The Twenty-Four Carat Moon – The title story here has a rather wacky plot, Astronomers discover another moon behind the regular one that’s made entirely out of gold. … Continue reading

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King Solomon’s Mines, Exit 75, I’m Still Alive

A Witch in Time, by Constance Sayers – This is another book I found at a discount from some promotion I don’t remember. It’s the story of Helen Lambert, a recently divorced woman who goes on a date with a … Continue reading

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Drag Out the Dickens

I can’t quite recall what my introduction to A Christmas Carol actually was. I have a memory of my dad reading it to me as a kid, quite possibly an abridged version, even though it’s pretty short as is. I … Continue reading

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Going Blotto

I’m continuing with the Disney Masters series as available on Comixology, and I don’t have too much to say about the third and fourth volumes. Some good stories, but it’s more fun to write about the really crazy ones, and there … Continue reading

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Jumping Jupiter!

Donald Duck: Uncle Scrooge’s Money Rocket, by Luciano Bottaro – The second in the Disney Masters series features the work of another Italian artist and writer, showcasing three imaginative madcap tales. In the titular story, when the Beagle Boys find … Continue reading

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Disney, My Head Is Spinning

This time, I’m reviewing some more collections of Disney comics. Donald Duck: The Black Pearls of Tabu Yama, by Carl Barks – One of the better stories begins with the bizarre premise that canner P.J. McBrine is trying to ruin … Continue reading

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Up in the Air, Junior Birdgirl

Lost Worlds, by Clark Ashton Smith – Joe Bongiorno’s Lost Histories from the Royal Librarian of Oz contains a few references to Smith’s work, including the sorcerer Eibon and Tsathoggua, his patron toad-god from Saturn, which made me interested in … Continue reading

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A Foray Into Animated Enchantresses

A few days ago, Tavie brought up how both Disney and Warner Bros. cartoons have witches named Witch Hazel, both voiced by June Foray, and said I should write a post about that. From the brief research I did, it … Continue reading

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Life’s Good for the Multiplujillionaires

Uncle Scrooge: The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan, by Carl Barks – The library system now has another volume in Fantagraphics’ series of reprints that I hadn’t yet read. I’m not totally sure whether I should keep the ones I … Continue reading

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