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One of the most peculiar uses of comics in a marketing context, is the Bazooka Joe comic. For roughly sixty years (from 1952 onwards), Topps included a short comic with its Bazooka Joe brand of bubblegum, chronicling the adventures of … Continue reading
Finnish cartoonist Jaakko Seppälä created this overview of ten iconic comic characters as drawn in each of their typical styles. Left to right, we see Albert Uderzo (Astérix), Bill Watterson (Calvin), Carl Barks (or another Donald Duck artist), Hergé (Haddock), … Continue reading
In terms of mash-up, it doesn’t get much better than this : French superstar François Avril doing a version of the classic Tintin comic, l’Île Noire (The Black Island), featuring Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse (channelling both Tintin and Ranko … Continue reading
I was cleaning up my kids’ room when I found this issue of the Dutch Donald Duck magazine of two years back. I immediately noticed something strange. Just count the number of ice cream scoops Donald has on his head, … Continue reading
I’m a great fan of Robert Goodin‘s Covered project, which presents classic comic covers reimagined by contemporary cartoonists. Goodin himself has just provided the best one so far, I think, with Donald Duck and his nephews as real ducks (based … Continue reading
The arrival of the new Donald Duck Weekly is a high point in my kids’ week. This Dutch Disney magazine excels in bringing a consistent high-quality mix of imported and translated stories, together with homegrown work. Story material doesn’t only … Continue reading