Continuing my Christmas Comic Book Marathon, here's a Gold Key gem from the year I was born. Donald Duck, Uncle Scrooge and Huey, Dewey and Louie and Christmas all around.
I think I should have mentioned this before, but the mind plays tricks and assumes when it's busy. All the comic book scans I've posted here for the holdiays have been scans I've glommed over the last dozen or so years off of Usenet, or the Internet. The best thing about the digital age to me, is the accessability of all the things I love, even from earlier ages. Old Time Radio, Comic Books, classic Television, classic Film, Comic Strips, Music, etc...I capitalize them all purposefully to underline their importance. All these things were things you could only get hints of in the stone age of pre-1995 unless you were very wealthy or spent vast amounts of time, and even then you would only be privy to a minor percentage of all that's out there.
I want to thank all the original scanners of and posters of the huge digital library of these things who've always been generous enough to share them all with the masses.
And I want to wish a very Merry Christmas to them all. There are some of us out here who truly appreciate it.
And to all the great comic book blogs out there who continue to add to this digital library and add even more with insightful commentary and insight, the same goes out to all of you. I shall be contributing more and more as time goes by. My scans for my Sunday posts of "Nemo: the Classic Comics Library" are only part of my payback to all of you.