Friday, April 17, 2009

Robert Goodin covers Walt Disney's Comics and Stories 211




















Original cover by Carl Barks; Dell 1958. Robert Goodin's website is here.

29 comments:

  1. Oh my, is it good and cute! Makes me think me of some of my favourite books.

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  2. Man, this might be my favorite Covered cover so far.

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  3. Yes, yes and yes! Bloody fantastic. My favourite Covered so far.

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  4. I love the direction you took.

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  5. Admit it Rob, you just started this blog so you could eventually post this and blow everyone else out of the water.

    Just kidding -- there's been a lot of great stuff here, but this is definitely my favorite so far.

    We'll miss ya at Stumptown this weekend.

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  6. Thank you, everyone, you are all very kind.

    Mike - I'm wishing I could be at Stumptown. I was suffering a bit from show fatigue, so I cut back. You two will be at San Diego, won't you? I think Georgene and I will have another chill, pool party.

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  7. Very clever--and very nicely done!!

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  8. Seriously amazing. Maybe you could sell a brother a print?

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  9. amazing. I love that even though they look like real ducks they are no less as expressive than the original Carl Barks style ducks.

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  10. just a tiny bit of a rip off of don rosa's (back) cover of the comics journal 183. still very nice though

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  11. Super amazing, Rob! I need to get off my duff.

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  12. This is really beautiful! You should make kid's books! Hey, I'm full of all sorts of helpful advice. Seriously, BEE-YOOTI-FUL!

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  13. Oh, excellent. The nephew's still have the same look in their eyes, which is a clever touch.

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  14. Besides being clever (which it undoubtedly is) it's just absolutely great craftsmanship. Bravo!

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  15. Niiice!!! I love it!
    (BTW: The original cover is by Tony Strobl.)

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  17. Love the classic storybook feel to this one. Beautiful piece of work.

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  18. It's years later and this one still sticks in my mind. Truly awesome. I love it.

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