Darkwing Duck is a special hero for me. He turned up in the Disney Club one saturday afternoon, then on ARD. From the very first moment I was in love with this St. Canard crimebuster.
Mastermind of the series was Tad Stones, whom I met on Facebook quite a bit later. We agreed on an interview in various parts. This is the first part ...
10 years after the print edition, now available as ebook: An exciting ethnological study on the most prominent Native American leader in the 19th century…
„These essays provide us with new dimensions of Sitting Bull, the Lakota leader; they further help define the material culture of the man“.
Preambel: We want to look behind the work of some British SF-writers resp. US-authors, who are known as »milestones« of SF-literature ( or at least »mighty pebbles«).
First I want to speak about Harry Harrison.
Naturally it's my personal view, nevertheless I want to name the column »the German view«.
Let's talk about the Hugo Awards. Horst has brought together a bunch of viewpoints about the Sad Puppy campaign, and the response to it, and we all owe him a huge vote of thanks.
Now to toss some dynamite into the discussion.
The Hugo Awards don't matter. Period.
I'm going to ask you to ignore everything you've heard about the Hugo Awards for the last ten years. I know it will be hard. Make that probably impossible, but I'm going to ask anyway.
So, let's go back to the days of First Fandom - 1938 to be precise. Before 1938 there'd been no fannish activity. Well, yes, the Futurians technically predated First Fandom, but they didn't count since they all went on to be writers.