Can't read issues of Fritz the cat online >Fritz the cat been out of print for...

Jaxson Gomez
Jaxson Gomez

can't read issues of Fritz the cat online
Fritz the cat been out of print for decades
Is Fritz the cat borderline lost media at this point?

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http://lostmediawiki.com/Category:Lost_animation
http://lostmediawiki.com/Category:Lost_comics
Michael Thomas
Michael Thomas

user, you really don't know how to search the internet, do you?

Hudson Russell
Hudson Russell

It's not in any of the Crumb collections?

Samuel Gutierrez
Samuel Gutierrez

I enjoyed the movie but it seemed disjointed, makes sense that it had a comic because I had no idea if I should know any of the characters. But beyond that yeah, it was hard enough to find the movie, it's lost to the public. And maybe that's for the best.

Jason Thompson
Jason Thompson

At least Fritz saw a DVD release 16 years ago. Song of the South never, officially, came out on video tape, nor DVD (Nor will it probably ever be rereleased).

This is now a "Lost media" thread.

Gabriel Kelly
Gabriel Kelly

white people
black people
in a universe where there are no white or black people, only furries

Joseph Gonzalez
Joseph Gonzalez

http://lostmediawiki.com/Category:Lost_animation
http://lostmediawiki.com/Category:Lost_comics

Well this is interesting.
Did that issue of Spyboy that was literally stolen from someone's car ever show up?

Carson Parker
Carson Parker

Didn't it come out on VHS in Europe?

Joseph Watson
Joseph Watson

I'm waiting for the Kingdom Hearts level.

Gavin Walker
Gavin Walker

Fritz the cat been out of print for decades
Not exactly. Fritz had his stories collected in both The Complete Crumb Collections and The Life and Death of Fritz The Cat, both published by Fantagraphics Comics, a publisher not known for keeping their books in print for long (exceptions aside). Rare, but not lost.

Leo James
Leo James

It's really hard to find the original, first Grendel series.
It's frustrating because the entire Grendel mythology, and every story since, either references or takes place during this one story, but I've never read the original.

Nicholas Moore
Nicholas Moore

The most irritating thing for me was that it's infamous for being "racist" when the real reason "progressive" people hate it is because it isn't racist enough towards whites. (Basically not following the Uncle Tom's Cabin narrative.)

Kevin Richardson
Kevin Richardson

Reading up on the film, Walt did push for them to hire Maurice Rapf to make the film more balanced. Here's what one film historian said about the matter:

"Rapf was a minority, a Jew, and an outspoken left-winger, and he himself feared that the film would inevitably be Uncle Tomish. 'That's exactly why I want you to work on it,' Walt told him, "because I know that you don't think I should make the movie. You're against Uncle Tomism, and you're a radical."

Daniel Lewis
Daniel Lewis

Didn't Wagner retell it in various comics over the years, though? In Devil by the Deed and the Black, White, & Red series?

Nathan Allen
Nathan Allen

Not as a linear story. Only as side-stories and pinups and bits of prose.

Looks like the lost issue was found and released as Spyboy 13.1.

One comic not mentioned in the Lostmediawiki is Grant Morrison's graphic novel Aliens: Matrix.
Funny, because they have the cancelled Saturday morning cartoon Operation Aliens, and that is about as obscure as they come.

Cooper Fisher
Cooper Fisher

Well, this torrent seems pretty complete: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:em4xvftqjcrw3mdoq47p3v2j6yfj2gk7&dn=Grendel&xl=3067830150&fc=219

It has the two issues whose covers you posted plus the third one, that seems to be the last of that series.

Blake Ward
Blake Ward

And Comico Primer 2.

Caleb Cox
Caleb Cox

Thanks for that, for years Matt Wagner wouldn't allow the original story to be republished.

Noah Young
Noah Young

How come?

Daniel Bennett
Daniel Bennett

Dunno. In the introduction he says everybody assumes it's because he's embarrassed of his early work. He says that's not true, but he doesn't offer a better reason.
I guess he used to be embarrassed, but he got over it.
I personally really like the first version, there's a clarity to his vision, all of the other Grendel stories are just echos of the original story.

Ryan Ramirez
Ryan Ramirez

Coonskin tho

Nathaniel Ross
Nathaniel Ross

Thanks

Adrian Walker
Adrian Walker

Basically not following the Uncle Tom's Cabin narrative.
I'm reading UTC right now and seems pretty varied to me.
We have a slave owner that's nice with his slaves, a racist slave owner that's nice with his slaves and a malicious slave owner that's awful with his slaves but not because he's racist rather cause he's a manlet.

Owen Cook
Owen Cook

Never liked the mixture between the liveaction settings, it never meshed well.

Aaron Peterson
Aaron Peterson

Nice user

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