Classics are back at BOOM! Celebrate 70 years of Walt Disney’s Comics with the greatest Mickey Mouse tales ever told! Including stories that haven’t seen the light of day since their first printing over 50 years ago! Sail the dangerous seas with Mickey and a horde of pirates in the Walsh/Gottfredson tale “The Pirate Ghost Ship!” marking its first complete reprint since 1944. Experience the wonder of Gottfredson’s “Laundry Blues” from 1932 in its first re-printing ever! Don’t miss this extra-sized, 40-page anniversary issue, featuring the fantastic Goofy tale by Romano Scarpa, “Don’t Worry About It,” making its American printing debut! This is what you have been waiting for! Featuring covers by Mickey master artist Casty and the legendary Floyd Gottfredson! --
Almost 70 years in the making! Don't miss this blockbuster 300th issue as the seminal fan-favorite series returns with an unforgettable line-up of stories! First, mouse mischief multiplies when a cloning experiment goes wrong in a tale we could only call '300 Mickeys!' Then, experience the classic Floyd Gottfredson tale, 'Dan the Dogcatcher', in its first wide U.S. release since 1932 - and in its original layout! Available in two versions: the Regular version featuring a cover by Disney modern master, Casty; or the Deluxe version, with a special cover surprise by Disney Comics legend, Daan Jippes! --
The original German title, Faustrecht der Freiheit, which roughly translates as "Might Makes Right," describes rather bluntly the crux of this compelling drama, one of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's most acclaimed films. Fassbinder takes a rare starring role as Franz–"Fox" to his friends–a gay carny thrown out of work when the cops close a fairground sideshow. Introduced to a group of cultivated homosexuals by an antique and art dealer (Karlheinz Böhm of Peeping Tom fame), he becomes involved with high-class dandy Eugen (Peter Chatel), who finds the naive, uneducated innocent easy prey when he unexpectedly wins 500 thousand marks in the lottery.