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    Default X Rated Mickey and Donald Comics?

    I have found an x rated mini comic book simply entitled "Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck". The basic premise is that Donald arrives for dinner early and interrupts a moment of intimacy between Mickey and Minnie. It appears to be at least 30 or 40 years old. Does anyone know anything about this booklet?

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    Hey, sounds like you found yourself a Tijuana Bible! Awesome! These were cheapy porn books that, like porn flicks of today, would parody current pop culture - But, y'know, dirty.

    (Googling around for Tiujana Bibles and Mickey Mouse will get you more info. I don't feel 100% comfortable about posting links. :) )
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    Yep, sounds like a Tijuana Bible to me
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    That's so awesome! My grandpa has a whole bunch of Tijuana Bibles from when he was a kid! Haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reptisaurus! View Post
    (Googling around for Tiujana Bibles and Mickey Mouse will get you more info. I don't feel 100% comfortable about posting links. :) )
    There are also a couple of history/collections that should be available on Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidgamerjon View Post
    I have found an x rated mini comic book simply entitled "Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck". The basic premise is that Donald arrives for dinner early and interrupts a moment of intimacy between Mickey and Minnie. It appears to be at least 30 or 40 years old.

    Man, that's awesome. That definitely sounds like you've found yourself a Tijuana Bible, although if its only 30 or 40 years old, that would be a very late one I would think. I'm no expert but as far as I've always understood it, Tijuana Bibles basically died out during the 1960s.

    As a complete aside, I worked at a printer's when I left school in the late 80s and we used to print an underground Czechoslovakian newspaper called Nova. This was before the collapse of the Eastern Bloc and it was a subversive and highly illegal (in Czechoslovakia) anti-government newspaper. But what always blew my mind was that amongst the anti-communist rhetoric it was full of pornographic depictions of Walt Disney characters...very much in the style of Wally Wood's Disneyland Memorial Orgy picture. Since, I didnt read Czechoslovakian, I could never tell how these smutty Disney cartoons were relevant to the content of the newspaper. It always struck me as very bizarre though.



    Quote Originally Posted by Reptisaurus! View Post
    Googling around for Tiujana Bibles and Mickey Mouse will get you more info. I don't feel 100% comfortable about posting links.
    I, however, have no such qualms.

    Suffice it to say, these links are all Not Safe For Work.

    Your first stop would probably be http://www.tijuanabible.org

    There's also a page on the Pulp International website dedicated to Tijuana Bibles here.

    Plus, if you're interested, you can view Wally Wood's Disney Orgy picture here
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    Actually, the 30-40 year ago time frame is closer to Air pirates Funnies ('71).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Pirates
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDG View Post
    Actually, the 30-40 year ago time frame is closer to Air pirates Funnies ('71).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Pirates
    Air Pirates wasn't a "mini" comic though.

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    Yeah, that description does not sound like Air Pirates.

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    I'm fairly sure I found a panel from the exact comic in my cursory googling. (Tijunana Bibles + Mickey, third result.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDG View Post
    Actually, the 30-40 year ago time frame is closer to Air pirates Funnies ('71).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Pirates
    ...Some years back , when my father was still alive ( he would be 85 now ) , I asked him if he'd ever had any encounters with TB's/" eight-pagers " .
    He was just a little too old to have encountered comic books , beyond Platinum Age strip reprints , and the only pulps he read , by his own words , were WWI airfighters ones , which he threw away after a few weeks just like Time and Reader's Digest and the like...he said yes .
    " We called them ' fuck books ' " , he said !
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    Nope, you're all wrong. That was just a regular issue of Four Color #1073.

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    So from what y'all have shown me, what I have is definitely older than what I initially thought. Does anyone know a more specific time frame for this one? Thanks for all the input.

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    Is that the one where Donald tells Minnie "I'm gunna put a duck egg in ya?" Because I've seen that one and it's pretty wild. I remember it being drawn in an older more Gottfredson-esque style than the Barks style, so I'm sure it was very old.

    This is the book where I saw it reprinted, if anyone is interested.

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Tij.../9780743255899

    The most messed up Tijuana Bibles I've seen are the Popeye ones. Apparently superhuman feats of strength encouraged the artist to draw other things in ludicrously exaggerated ways. Oh, and there's a Little Orphan Annie one that features Annie in a scene of beastiality.

    Another thing that's interesting about these is evidence that the range of human sexuality was just about as diverse then as it is today, even if it isn't featured in much of the more respectable media from the time. They put the stars of these together in just about any combination you can think of.
    Last edited by Shawn Hopkins; 02-25-2010 at 10:14 PM.

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