Don Rosa is the best

Dyskutujemy głównie o rysownikach komiksów, ale nie zapominamy o innych Wielkich pracujących dla Wytwórni Disneya z Wujkiem Waltem na czele.

Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Cz sty 26, 2012 3:01 pm

Dowiedziałem się, że w tym roku Don będzie w Niemczech. Czy ktoś wie jakie miasta odwiedzi?
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Young_McDuck » Pt sty 27, 2012 6:39 pm

donald duck665 napisał(a):Dowiedziałem się, że w tym roku Don będzie w Niemczech. Czy ktoś wie jakie miasta odwiedzi?


A wiesz kiedy? Co do pytania myślę, że Berlin.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Pt sty 27, 2012 8:54 pm

Nie wiem :-( Natrafiłem na tą informację na http://blog.duckmania.de. Będę wdzięczny za jakiekolwiek informacje!
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez WDCmaniak » Pt sty 27, 2012 9:19 pm

Jano sugeruje, że Don pojawi się w Niemczech jesienią. Szczegółowy plan zostanie ustalony zapewne latem.

Oficjalny rozkład jazdy to póki co:
USA:
MegaCon, Orlando -- 17-19 lutego
Planet ComiCon, Kansas City -- 24-25 marca
Emerald City Con, Seattle -- 31 marca - 1 kwietnia
SpringCon, Minneapolis -- 19-20 maja
HeroesCon, Charlotte -- 22-24 czerwca
San Diego ComiCon -- (nie jako oficjalny gość; tylko w roli kolekcjonera)
DragonCon, Atlanta -- 31 sierpnia - 3 września
Baltimore ComiCon -- 8-9 września
Kanada:
FanExpo, Toronto -- 23-26 sierpnia
Włochy:
Torino Comics, Torino, Italia -- 13-15 kwietnia (wstępnie)
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » So sty 28, 2012 11:19 am

Dzięki. Gdyby był w Berlinie to może bym pojechał (na przyjazd do Polski raczej nie ma co liczyć).
Podobają mi się też figurki Złotki i Sknerusa.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez rav815 » So lut 04, 2012 12:04 pm

Ktoś wrzucił na kwejka motyw Incepcji zaczeprnięty z Dona Rosy :)
http://kwejk.pl/obrazek/899705/incepcja.html

Fajnie, bo dużo osób może zaciekawi się tematem.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Wt lut 21, 2012 7:09 pm

Kupiłem numer Uncle Scrooge z komiksem Rosy "Czarny rycerz powraca" i zauważyłem, że w amerykańskiej wersji ulubione obrazy Sknerusa to obrazy, które namalował Barks. Fajny pomysł :D
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Scarpomaniak » Wt lut 21, 2012 7:18 pm

Ponieważ tak właśnie chciał Rosa, ale Egmont nie pozwolił mu na to i w prawie wszystkich wydaniach tego komiksu (w tym polskim) nie ma ich, tylko są rysunki, a mam pytanie jak kupiłeś ten numer?
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Prowadzi bloga Kacza Agencja Informacyjna, w którym informuje o komiksach Disneya wydawanych w Polsce i na świecie.
Ma nadzieję, że nastaną lepsze czasy dla komiksów Disneya.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Wt lut 21, 2012 8:00 pm

Kupiłem go na amazon.co.uk. Oprócz niego kupiłem też Walt Disney's Comics and Stories: No. 663 z komiksem "The Magnificent (minus four) Seven Caballeros!", ale jeszcze nie doszedł.
Na stronie brucehamilton.com są fajne komiksy z wydawnictwa Gladstone, myślę, że opłaca się kupić.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Young_McDuck » Śr lut 22, 2012 2:24 pm

donald duck665 napisał(a):Kupiłem go na amazon.co.uk. Oprócz niego kupiłem też Walt Disney's Comics and Stories: No. 663 z komiksem "The Magnificent (minus four) Seven Caballeros!", ale jeszcze nie doszedł.


A nie masz kłopotów z dostawą do Polski (jeżeli mieszkasz w Polsce), gdy kupujesz komiksy przez zagraniczne serwisy?
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Śr lut 22, 2012 3:39 pm

Jeżeli chodzi o dostawę (do Polski) to troszkę więcej trzeba zapłacić, ale z wysyłką jest OK :D
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez donald duck665 » Śr mar 21, 2012 9:52 pm

Czy jest szansa na wydanie A little something specjal w KD na np 65 urodziny sknerusa (to jeden z moich ulubionych komiksów, motyw ze Zlotka - genialny :D ).

Szukałem w necie stron na ktorych można kupić Rosa collection i najtaniej znalazłem pierwsze pudelko za 175€ (ze zobowiazaniem ze zakupie pozostałe dwa pudełka). Czy ktoś przypadkiem trafił na stronę gdzie można kupić taniej :?:

Czy ktoś wie gdzie można kupić figurke sknerusa wzorowana na rysunkach Rosy :?:

PS. Sory za pismo w niektórych momentach ale pisałem z iPhona (i tak dobrze ze mam polska czcionke).
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Young_McDuck » Cz mar 22, 2012 8:55 am

donald duck665 napisał(a):Czy jest szansa na wydanie A little something specjal w KD na np 65 urodziny sknerusa (to jeden z moich ulubionych komiksów, motyw ze Zlotka - genialny :D ).



Co do "A little something special" szansa jest :) Powiększyło ją wydanie niedawno w KD "Back to the Klondike", przez które wiemy, że istnieje wydanie dłuższych komiksów w KD. Fajnie by było gdyby wydali coś na kształt tego: http://coa.inducks.org/issue.php?c=pl/UKD1994-01 na 65-lecie Sknerusa.
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Scarpomaniak » Śr kwi 11, 2012 1:27 pm

Pytanie dla fanów, jakie wydania "Życia..." widzimy na tym zdjęciu?
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Re: Don Rosa is the best

Postprzez Gladstone » Cz kwi 12, 2012 7:00 pm

Don Rosa regularnie odpowiada na pytania fanów na włoskim forum Papersera. Kilka ciekawszych odpowiedzi (po angielsku):

1. >>>>>I would like to ask if you have ever thought about making cartoons based upon your comics, or asking someone doing it?
Now really, be serious! You must know something about copyright laws. My stories belong to the Disney corporation. Only they can decide to make animated cartoons based on the stories, and only they could make those cartoons (or pay to have them made for them in China or Korea, as they do). And they would not need to pay me a cent to undertake such a project, or even tell me they planned to do so.

And I rather doubt they will.

Nor would I *want* them to!


2.The first time I met Rosa at a convention (this was just back in April, so this is current), I asked him about this very thing: whether he had a sort of fantasy ending in the back of his head (that he obviously wouldn't be allowed to actually realize). He told me that he did indeed, and that it resembled in outline Alan Moore's Superman story "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" Basically, Scrooge disposes of his money bin in the ocean or something, fakes his own death, and goes to live with Goldie.

>>>>>WOW! Can I ask you if you have other details in your mind?
No... since there was no possibility of such a story ever being published, I never wasted time putting any thought into it.

But just look at Moore's "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow" -- if anyone is not familiar with this great story, it came at the point in time (already many years back in the 1980's) when DC realized that sales were dropping and the whole concept of Superman had to be totally revamped for modern readers. (This was years ago -- since then, totally revamping old characters is done about once each year, I think, in attempts to bolster always dwindling sales.)

But DC also knew there were loyal readers of the old days (like me!) who LOVED the Superman comics of the late 50's & 60's and DC wanted to do something for us. So Alan Moore wrote a story that involved ALL the classic Superman characters and situations and wrote a very loving ENDING to all of it. It was billed as an "imaginary story", but we knew it was NOT really meant to be imaginary. All the Superman stories SINCE then have been imaginary.

So just imagine that story with $crooge in the place of Superman (or Clark Kent) and all the Duckburg friends and villains in the other roles... and there you have my story of what happens to $crooge McDuck.

3. >>>>>My hope is that we could at least see this "well done 9 book set" in English - maybe published by the same Egmont? Do you think it would be possible, sooner or later?

No.

I) Egmont CANNOT publish it in English because they only have licenses to publish Disney materials in the languages of the countries in which they have licensed branches.

II) Even if they COULD publish it in English, their licenses would not allow them to sell it outside of those licensed countries. And there SURELY is no possibility of enough sales in any individual Egmont country to make an English edition profitable... even IF they had an English-language license... which they don't.

III) Okay..... there IS a possibility that there will be an English language edition of my complete works. I'd better not say more than that until the publisher decides it's time to announce it. But it WILL NOT be an edition as deluxe as the current Egmont DRC. As I said, there would definitely be no market for something that expensive. If they decide to do it, it would probably be a sorta "Don Rosa Collection Lite"... more like the HALL OF FAME edition that came out in the late 2000's. But that would be better than nuthin'. Maybe.

4.THE STAR-STRUCK DUCK - I'm guessing you saw this in that DONALD DUCK TREASURY published by @#$%& Boom Comics. I was in the process of preparing to sue that company for its unauthorized use of my name to sell their products. I absolutely objected to everything they were doing -- it's very humiliating for the world's most popular comics to be treated like it's material of minor importance by a third-rate publisher. I gave them permission to reprnt Gemstone's LIFE & TIMES OF $CROOGE McDUCK because that was a book done by people who resected the material and of which I approved every page. But beyond that book, I did not want these Boom people to be using my work without my approval. I did not like seeing Disney comics treated like this in America.
They also did not have a license to print collections of one artist's work. Fantagraphics has that license, and they are acting on it with their fabulous Gotfredson and Barks libraries. The Boom DONALD DUCK TREASURY claimed that it was publishing "the work of many great international writers and artists"... but you notice that all issues planned to ("by chance") reprint only Don Rosa stories until they ran out. Anyway, I would not allow them to use any of the texts that accompany my stories in books by publishers of whom I approve. So THAT'S why you need to ask me this question because I would not allow that book to print my text. (I will own no copies of those books, nor will I autograph copies when I travel.)

YOUR ANSWER (finally!)-- Here is the text I would not allow Boom to use that explains "The Star-Struck Duck":

THE STAR-STRUCK DUCK

Late in 1988 I was asked by Gladstone to create a very special story! The Disney-MGM Studio themepark was nearing completion and Disney had asked Gladstone Comics to create a Donald Duck story to promote the new park, an assignment the editors passed to me. This was especially interesting because I was then invited to have a special VIP tour of the unfinished park! I stopped by DisneyWorld for that purpose while returning from a Christmas vacation in Key West, and I was given a private tour of the entire place. I made various notes and sketches that I would use in writing a Donald Duck story set in the Park.
When I was growing up in the mid 1950’s, Dell’s Disney comics sometimes also featured similar special stories where Donald or Mickey or other Disney characters were shown visiting the brand new Disneyland amusement park in California, promo stories surely requested by Disney then just as they had requested a Disney-MGM Studio promo story from Gladstone. The way in which those old Dell stories worked was that we would see Donald taking his Nephews to Disneyland, then after about a page he would say “y’know, this reminds me of the time that…” and the story would switch from involving Disneyland to a flashback tale of something else altogether. Well, I wanted to do something better than that! I would actually have my entire story take place in the new Disney-MGM Studio Park. I would have Donald interact with every attraction in the new park, even with geographic accuracy. I would have lots of funny references to old Disney films and history. And I would even use Mickey Mouse in the story! Now, a few of you may know that in my personal view of Donald Duck’s “Universe” Mickey Mouse does not really exist… at least not as a chum that Donald might sometimes interact with. But I thought it would be an amusing situation if I used Mickey Mouse as being a famous “movie star” in Donald’s world, and having the action involve a Keystone Kops chase through the Park that results when Donald is trying to get the famous Mouse’s autograph. And I thought I did a really magnificent job accomplishing all that! I spent most of January creating a masterpiece of promotion spotlighting every square meter of that new theme park.
But the story was never produced. Disney rejected my script when Gladstone showed it to them.
You might think that the reason for rejection was the bizarre manner in which I use Mickey Mouse within my own personal vision of the Duck Universe. You might think it’s because I made too many references to old movies or other characters that only film buffs like me would understand. You might think it was because I based the closing gag on an old expression that might no longer be understood (and which you Europeans might not know?): “I can’t remember his name, but his face sure rings a bell”. But no, none of those. The reason I was given for Disney’s rejection was that they thought my story was “too commercial”. BOING! Huh? Wasn’t that the whole idea?!
Anyway, this is the only Duckstory I ever wrote that was rejected and that I never completed with finished art.
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