Thursday, August 26, 2010

Donald Duck

Donald Duck is known as a character from Disney's immensely popular, known for always get into trouble and full of bad luck: D, ok let's look at the history of Donald Duck itself
Early development Although a Disney publication called Mickey Mouse Annual 1931 mentions a character named Donald Duck, the character first appeared in comics in the newspaper that based on the short film The Wise Little Hen and published in 1934, for a few years later, Donald appeared in Disney a few strips, and in 1936, he has developed into one of the most popular characters in the Silly Symphonies comic strip. Ted Osborne was the main writer of these strips, with Al Taliaferro as his artist. Osborne and Taliaferro also introduced several of Donald's character, including his nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie. In 1937, an Italian publisher Mondadori make the story named the first Donald Duck comic books. 18 page story created by Federico Pedrocchi is the first story that tells Donald as an adventurer, not as a comedian. Fleetway in England also began publishing comic books featuring Donald Duck.
Donald in comics When the cartoon Donald enjoyed high popularity in the United States and around the world, comic books weekly and monthly enjoyed their greatest popularity in many European countries, notably Norway and Finland, but also Danish, German, Italian, Dutch, and Swedish . Most of the comics produced by the Walt Disney Company in Italy and the Italian branch of the Walt Disney Company Egmont in Danish, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish. According to data about Disney comics worldwide, American comics, Italian and Danish spread to several countries. Nearly among all countries under, publications comic continues in Australia, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech, Danish Faroe Islands), Estonia, Finland, Guyana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, UK, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Germany, Colombia, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Egypt, Norway, France, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, China, Turkey, Greece, and former Yugoslavia
Developments under Taliaferro A daily comic strip called Donald Duck by Taliaferro drawn and written by Bob Karp began to emerge in the United States on February 2, 1938. Taliaferro and Karp create more characters for Donald's world. Dogs St. Bernard named Lubas, and his family including his cousin Gus Goose and grandmother Elvira. Also the emergence of a girlfriend of Donald, Daisy Duck. Taliaferro also gave Donald a car, namely the red car berplat 313 number with the type of car Belchfire Runabout 1934, in a
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