japanese translations of DWJ

Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk Philip.Belben at powertech.co.uk
Wed Sep 26 11:38:41 EDT 2001

> Lovely cover art - I really, really like it - especially the Witch Week one.

Yes, I liked the Witch Week cover.  Castle in the Air is pretty good, too, but
I'm not so keen on the Howl cover.  A bit too much to take in for my liking.

> Was there a kookaburra in witch week? I don't remember.

Well, they sang about one in the music period.  But Brian's magic kookaburras
weren't very realistic, and he did away with them pretty quickly...


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