Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The Monster of Sawtooth Mountain: Disney Masters Vol. 21 (The Disney Masters Collection) (Hardcover)
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In this collection of comics stories, Mickey and Goofy are trapped in cold and snow with a monster below!
Adventure-seeking Mickey doesn’t usually regret being Chief O’Hara’s freelance detective — but all bets are off when the Chief pitchforks Mickey and Goofy into saving Cousin Frosty’s winter resort from a monster! From snowballs to cliffside falls, deadly accidents have Sawtooth Mountain in an uproar … and if a man-eating yeti isn’t responsible, who is? And "Sawtooth Mountain" is just the start! Mickey confronts mystical elves in "Pineapple Poachers"… and is forced to reform the villainous Pegleg Pete in "Mickey’s Strange Mission!" A recreation of the stories’ original Dell Comics color is icing on the cake.
Fantagraphics’ Disney Masters series unearths a treasure trove of previously unavailable comics epics in the grand Walt Disney tradition: expanding the lore of Mickey, Donald, and Scrooge, anthologizing the work of fan-favorite North American talents, and bringing you the best of the acclaimed international artists who have popularized Disney around the world. Rediscover Duckburg… and rewrite history!
About the Author
Paul Murry (1911–1989) was a Disney comic book artist who most notably worked on the Mickey Mouse serials of the 1950s, '60s, and '70s for Dell Publishing and Gold Key Comics. Previously, he worked as an assistant at Walt Disney Animation Studios, where he contributed to projects such as Pinocchio and Dumbo, among others. He also made a name for himself as a gag cartoonist and illustrated a number of Woody Woodpecker comic books.
David Gerstein is an animation and comics researcher, writer, and editor best known for his work with The Walt Disney Company and its licensees. His published projects include Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: The Don Rosa Library (Fantagraphics, 2014-2018) and Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History (with J.B. Kaufman; Taschen, 2018). He lives in North Carolina.