Here's an active forum I recommend, and from which I have come from:
*Les fans de Mickey et Picsou: A French-speaking forum about Disney comics. It is directly linked/affiliated (?) to the Picsou Wiki. I am an active member here (with the same name!).
Yes, it's quite surprising that the Picsou wiki has so many pages! The fact that French Disney comic production has ceased is no problem. Let's say there are some very passionate French contributors. They also post on the aforementioned forum.
Hi guys! Here are two Greek pages:
ΚΟΜΙΞ Wiki: The Greek Counterpart of Picsou Wiki and Paperpedia. The Wiki is about Disney comics but its focus is the KOMIX Magazine (greek page about the magazine, french page) and the stories it publishes.
DisneyComicsPress: Linked to ΚΟΜΙΞ Wiki, this site is for Disney Comics and it has reviews of Greek and Idw Issues, News for the Disney Comics in Italy, some intrviews taken by the site's members from creators like Gervasio or Q & A from Greek Comics Cons, in which Disney Artists answer fan's questions.
The Disney Comics Mailing List just sort of died out without formal last rites ... what was the reason for that? Is it just the outdated nature of mailing lists in general? On a similar topic, does an archived version of the old Disney Comics Forum still exist, as we were assured when it first went down? And if so, is there any hope that a searchable, non-modifiable version will ever see the light of day again? This forum seems to have more-or-less taken its place, but there were a lot of interesting threads and a lot of useful information there, and it'd be a shame if it were really lost forever.
The DCML seems to be being used again occasionally now. Still not often, though.
Post by TheMidgetMoose on Feb 1, 2020 21:31:19 GMT
I know this is quite an old thread, but I just recently a found a blog that I'd love to share with you all. It's called Disneyville. I actually just found it today, so I can't say a whole about it yet. It seems to have a focus on old and vintage Mickey Mouse material, such as old and obscure storybooks, comics, and postcards. It looks very neat! I think it does count as a Disney comics website, as a few of the blog posts are about old comics, though I'll repeat that the comics discussed are, from what I've see thus far, typically old and obscure.
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Post by Baar Baar Jinx on Feb 7, 2020 15:12:50 GMT
I feel just awful that the Yahoo Group "Duck Comics of Barks and Rosa", that was founded in 1999, could not be saved during the recent purge of all Yahoo Groups. It had been defunct for several years, of course, but it would have been nice to preserve it for posterity. There weren't many venues for English discussions on Disney comics in those days, so the data was of historic importance, and there were some interesting discussions there. Unfortunately, moderator access was lost which effectively meant that Yahoo could (or would) do nothing to save it. A real shame (it spawned a couple of spinoff Groups that I presume have also been lost).