|Daily OCD Extra: Donald Duck: Lost in the Andes preview & Gary Groth interview at the L.A. Times|
|Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under previews, interviews, Gary Groth, Disney, Daily OCD, Carl Barks||11 Oct 2011 4:04 PM|
Geoff Boucher of the Los Angeles Times talks to Gary Groth about The Carl Barks Library — "There is in fact an emotional truth at the center of Barks' work; he even said that this was his primary goal, though I can’t dig up the quote at the moment, perhaps I’m thinking of when he told an interviewer that in his stories he was 'telling it like it is' and 'laying it on the line.' The comics critic Don Phelps once told me that it was Barks who made Donald Duck a citizen of the nation of comics characters, which I always remember as being a particularly eloquent way of saying that he invested Donald with such humanity." — and presents a 10-page preview from Donald Duck: Lost in the Andes.