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The Little Mermaid

There isn't much that I know about this run of strips.  I'm not even sure that they were published, but I can't imagine why they weren't.  Although the copyrights aren't on them, they may have been imposed only on the proofs. For many years Disney put out short-run Christmas specials as little advertisements pushing the current feature.  There were runs of The Jungle Book, Peter Pan, Robin Hood, and so forth.  The characters always find the "true meaning of Christmas" (although some would argue that they never really found the true meaning, i.e. the birth of Christ).  If anyone can confirm that these were indeed published (probably in December of 1989), please let me know!  (Another note:  I have no idea who the artist of the strips was either, so if anyone knows please email me as well!)

 

Example of The Little Mermaid daily number 4 in the Christmas storyline, artist and date of publication unknown.

 

Example of The Little Mermaid daily number 11 in the Christmas storyline, artist and date of publication unknown.

 

Example of The Little Mermaid daily number 13 in the Christmas storyline, artist and date of publication unknown.

 

Example of The Little Mermaid daily number 23 in the Christmas storyline, artist and date of publication unknown.

 

Example of The Little Mermaid daily number 24 in the Christmas storyline, artist and date of publication unknown.  Beautiful shot of the cast in the last panel, including King Triton, Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian in a Santa hat!

 

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