|From The Tuscaloosa News - April 11, 1971 (layout slightly edited for this blog)|
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Reading it now 47 years later it doesn't have too much new or unknown information if you are a Disney comic fan. But being from an American newspaper in early 70's, and about Italian Disney comics, it's still a fun read. Especially interesting is the fact that Romano Scarpa is mentioned in the article. Back then it was not common knowledge who created the stories seen on print.
Zio Paperone e il drakkar volante, the Scarpa story mentioned in the article still hasn't been printed in English.
Another interesting fact is that in the early 70's the Italian Disney comic production didn't require approval from the American office any more, but they still sent over copies of all stories. I wonder what archive they ended up in, and if they still are a useful resource if publishers wants to reprint old Italian stories.