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Today everyone knows Mickey Mouse as the cheerful ambassador of all things Disney.  But back in the 1930's, Mickey gained fame as a rough-and-tumble, two-fisted epic hero - an adventurous scrapper matching wits with mobsters, kidnappers, spies, and even (gulp!) city slickers!  And Mickey's greatest feats of derring-do took place in his daily comic strip, written and drawn by one of the greatest cartoonists of the 20th century - Floyd Gottfredson.     

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The Free Comic Book Day book from Fantagraphics is a reprint story of Walt Disney's Micky Mouse during the the celebrated run of Floyd Gottfredson.  This is a wonderful primer to what Micky was like during the peak of his published comics.  This story was written for all ages, there are jokes kids will not get that adults will and there is a simple story with a good moral that any age can enjoy, even children today.This book was not only comic panels, there was a great introduction from David Ge...

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