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 Post subject: "The Wrong Culprit"/"Le faux coupable" English Transcript!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2016 2:29 pm 
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http://gregory-weagle.livejournal.com/363591.html

This one required a lot of embellishing of WildCat's lines because he had a weird accent for some reason. Highlights of this story include:

- Molly literally burying Kit in the sand.
- Rebecca's punishment on Kit was the highest point of the story.
- Don Karnage cutting himself with his own sword.
- Molly threatening to make Kit stop spinning gently in order to come along.
- Baloo crashing into Khan's Tower
- Khan being called a dirty old man by the kids.
- The final panel.

And that should do it.


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 Post subject: Re: "The Wrong Culprit"/"Le faux coupable" English Transcrip
PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2016 6:26 am 
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Thanks for translating these French comics. Boy, the characters' voices and sometimes even their basic personalities lose something in the translation, don't they? At times, they "sound" as wooden as Wildcat's forced laugh at the end of "Paradise Lost". But I guess that's due to Google's lack of knowing the nuances of the French language.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2016 7:55 am 
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I noticed that Mad Dog in this comic was caring about the captain who hurt himself by his cutlass. :) And I know that Prince od Pirates is more daredevil than I expected :D


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2016 1:46 pm 
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Thanks for translating these French comics. Boy, the characters' voices and sometimes even their basic personalities lose something in the translation, don't they? At times, they "sound" as wooden as Wildcat's forced laugh at the end of "Paradise Lost". But I guess that's due to Google's lack of knowing the nuances of the French language.


To be fair; I only translated it to make it readable so I could do the review properly and understand what is going on. Most of this would have been localized to death if this became a comic book. Although; only half of it could be salvaged since many of the out of character moments are on the artists working on the comic. Needless to say; I don't like Baloo crashing his plane into Khan's tower.

By the way; I still have these comic book stories still left to do:

Sadly; I was trying to locate the remaining comics, but I couldn't find any of them except for a transcript of the "True Baloo" comic as seen here: http://www.angelfire.com/me2/messerschm ... baloo.html . Sorry; but I don't review transcripts here except to check my own work for mistakes and such. But there you go. There are at the most, seventeen comic stories unaccounted for:

North American Comics:

Disney Adventures:

DA1.01 - Mission: Maybe Sort Of A Little Impossible - Notable for having humans in it.
DA4.06 - Last Rights
DA4.05 - Weighty Matters
DA4.08 - Bye, Bye SeaDuck - I believe the Danish version is Bye, Bye, Baloo since they are written by the same writer according to INDUCKS.
DA5.01 - True Baloo - No relation to the VHS tape with the same name.
DA5.04 - All In Your P.O.V.

Journal Of Mickey (France):

JM2082 - Taupe Gun (Tan Gun)
JM2061 - Super Noel - Yes; TaleSpin had three Christmas stories and two in the comics!
JM2055 - Watermelons & Potatoes (Pasteques & Pataques)
JM2086 - The Flying Dutchman ("Le Hollandais volant")
JM2071 - Don't Play With Amulets ("Il ne faut pas jouer avec les amulettes")
JM2079 - The Land Of Forgetfulness ("Le pays de l'oubli")

Unknown Comics:

D - The Khan Job
D - Bye, Bye, Baloo - I think this one is Bye, Bye, SeaDuck.
D - Head Over Heals
German - The Last Fight - I think it's supposed to be called "The Last Flight"

Source: https://coa.inducks.org/comp2.php?hero= ... sort1=auto


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Here's a link to a website featuring some downloadable comics. One of them is "Welcome to Gumbeaux".

http://sonicsatam.com/prettysideofpain/tsgoodies.html


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:02 pm 
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All the comics I could find have been reviewed.

One final note: Volcano of Gold was also based on a Super Baloo comic in France, but was translated and localized by Bobbi Weiss for North America.

Also; many of the North American comics are colored differently in France. Witness Kit's airfoil in Danger With Dangerwoman, which is colored in purple with a blue middle. Kind of a shame since I do love the concept of Kit having dozens of these airfoils in different colors. The television series had two colors: the metal one and the butterscotch one in The Old Man & The SeaDuck (although the comic books changed it to the default color in the television series.)

Whew! The only things I have left is to clean up, correct grammar, and add some additional commentary to a few articles remaining and that's it. I'll start that in November. Currently; I'm under the weather at the moment.


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I always knew Khan was a dirty old man and he was too attractive to Karnage who doesn't seem know that this old man is a pervert. Poor Karny hurting himself but he did ask for it for playing with his sword.


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