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Posted 26 March 2021 - 03:05 PM
And the Steel Clan can be further redecoed into the Iron Clan.
Posted 26 March 2021 - 03:31 PM
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Posted 28 March 2021 - 11:00 PM
Demona, Xanatos, and Angela aren't Main Cast? I'd pretty much consider any of the cast from the initial 5 part post modern day to be Main cast. So add in Owen. And Angela was main cast after her introduction.
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Posted 29 March 2021 - 10:18 AM
Xanatos I'd put in the main cast, but Demona was more of a frequently-recurring role since she'd disappear for a good number of episodes now and then (even discounting the Avalon World Tour that took out most of the main cast).
Posted 19 April 2021 - 11:43 AM
Yes sir! A local artist painted it! There was even a Darkwing Duck mural at one point as well!— Hannah (@Hmcgee429) April 19, 2021
Posted 25 May 2021 - 01:42 PM
There actually exist two Goof Troop comics originally published in Disney Adventures magazine that take place after A Goofy Movie, with one featuring Max and P.J. interacting with Bobby, Roxanne, and Stacey during the next school year (which would be 10th grade), and the other featuring Max, Goofy, and P.J. wearing their Goof Troop clothes during this post-movie era but then P.J. switches to his movie clothes by the comic's end since Roxanne also shows up at that point too. I presume that the second comic takes place even later during the next school year after the one in the first comic (which would here be 11th grade) since it is implied that Max and Roxanne have been dating each other for a long time by this point.
Readable scans of the first one can be found here (scroll WAY down the page since it's near the bottom past a whole bunch of other things, below a poster for A Goofy Movie and above stuff about An Extremely Goofy Movie) and scans of the second one can be read here.
Something I didn't mention back then is that there actually exists a third comic set after A Goofy Movie, a French comic only ever published in Le Journal de Mickey way back in 1997.This comic takes place during the next February to come after the movie's time, around Valentine's Day, and sees Max afraid of losing Roxanne to another guy.
I own a physical copy of the French magazine issue that this comic was published in, but never scanned it because my copy is kinda delicate and I didn't want to risk damaging it.
BUT, thankfully, someone else has beaten me to the punch and posted high quality scans of their own copy. The comic is in French only, so it still needs to be translated (I myself used Google Translate and a number of other sources to make my own English-translated script in Microsoft Word, so if anyone wants a summary, I can help).
The Mega links to download the scans can be found in the third post of this Lost Media Wiki forum thread. I recommend the second Mega link since it will download faster than the first. The download file is in .cbr format, so the image files will have to be extracted. There are only eight pages, plus the magazine's cover featuring Mickey and Minnie making out.
Edited by Sabrblade, 25 May 2021 - 01:44 PM.
Posted 25 May 2021 - 05:01 PM
we have unfortunately lost Samuel E Wright, voice behind "Little Mermaids" Sebastian.
Posted 25 May 2021 - 06:58 PM
Not just Sebastian. He was also the first Broadway version of Mufasa.
Posted 07 June 2021 - 12:33 PM
Goofy is called "Dingo" in French? Is that cognate to "dingus" by any chance?
"Dingo", his French name, means about the same thing as the word goofy in English. ... It is derivated from the word "Dingue", an adjective that means "inconsiderate and crazy".
Posted 07 June 2021 - 07:48 PM
In French-dubbed Disney media, his name is pronounced more like "Dongo" or "Dahngo". It's an "ah" sound instead of "Ding-oh".
Heh, watching A Goofy Movie in French is a very surreal thing. Pete's name is "Pat", Bigfoot is renamed "Yeti", and Bobby's surname "Zimuruski" is slightly changed to "Zimurinski".
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