As some of you have noticed, a lot of links on this site have been dead for a while. We've lost the first few pages of a lot of issues, and if you try to access them, you just get a dead end.
Unfortunately, it's not a problem we can easily fix, as the posts in question have been removed by BlogSpot, at the request of Disney. It's a fairly automated procedure, so I don't think we'll have lawyers breathing down our necks anytime soon, but just to be on the safe side, we are NOT going to reupload the pages in question. (BlogSpot made it clear to me, in a polite yet firm automated email, that if I simply reupload everything, they might have to shut down my account.)
Obviously, this was always a risk with what we're doing, and obviously the people at Disney are entirely within their rights. We can just hope that the fact they care, means that they might be getting around to PKNA themselves at some point.
So, what does this mean for us in the future? Well, we were always intending to take a step back from PKNA after issue #11, so it doesn't change THAT much. Still, we might slow down a little in the future - especially the very near future, as we try to figure out what to do next.
I've thought about setting up a mailing list, just in case this site suddenly gets shut down. (Hey, you never know.) We might not know what we're going to do YET, but it'd be a shame if we couldn't reach you guys when we figure it out. If you'd like to be added to that kind of list, just write to birch_PKNA@yahoo.com and write 'Mailing list' in the headline.
Any questions, just ask me in the comments. We're still figuring out how to deal with this situation, so we'll see what happens.
(But, hey, maybe this will finally get us to focus on translating the special features for the first few issues. Som maybe SOME good will come out of it.)
And now: ANGUS TALES!
(Special thanks to Murray who did the translating on this one.)
Original title: cani
Writer: Tito Faraci
Artist: Silvia Ziche
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Disney has already shown an interest in the characters – Superduck comics are now available in the US, the UK, and Italy through Disney Digicomics! A growing archive of never-before-translated comics are now available. Here’s a brief explanation.
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