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Decades before Jurassic Park, Doc Dustibones brings Mickey to Cave-Man Island — a lost world where fossil monsters survive alive! From stampeding brontosaurs to saber-tooth tigers, all of Goofy's least favorite Stone Age scares are here... and Dustibones is building a blimp to carry them to America! What could possibly go wrong? Floyd Gottfredson produced a canon of legendary, rip-roaring tales starring Mickey as a daring, two-fisted hero — in a world-famous series of legendary adventures! Lost in Lands of Long Ago also includes several other stories and more than 30 pages of prehistoric extras! You’ll enjoy rare behind-the-scenes art, vintage publicity material, and fascinating commentary by a clan of Disney cave bears. Rediscover the wild, unforgettable personality behind the icon: Floyd Gottfredson’s Mickey Mouse. Edited by Disney historian David Gerstein and Gary Groth.
Praise for the Series:
2012 Eisner Award Winner: Best Archival Collection/Project – Strips
2012 Harvey Award Nominee: Best Domestic Reprint Project
"A revelation. As in his
contemporaneous animated cartoons, this Mickey is a feisty, wisecracking daredevil... Gottfredson’s charmingly old-fashioned drawings accentuate the gags
and briskly propel the plotlines."
– Gordon Flagg, Booklist
" I have a feeling that this book,
crafted with such obvious care, will earn Gottfredson a new legion
of admirers." – Leonard Maltin
"From the beautifully reproduced strips to the densely packed
ancillary features, this must be the book that editors David Gerstein
and Fantagraphics’ co-founder Gary Groth wanted for years for their
own libraries. Their enthusiasm shows in the wonderfully designed
package. This book is highly recommended for any Disney fan and fans of America's rich comic strip history." – Rich Clabaugh, Christian Science Monitor
Praise for the Mouse:
“Great lover, scholar, soldier, sailor, singer, toreador, tycoon, jockey, prizefighter, automobile racer,
aviator, farmer. Mickey Mouse lives in a world in which space, time, and the law of physics are nil. He
can reach inside of a bull’s mouth, pull out his teeth and use them as castanets. He can lead a band or
play violin solos; his ingenuity is limitless; he never fails.” — Time Magazine (1931)