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review Walt Disneys Donald Duck Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Carl Barks Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics are considered among the greatest artistic and storytelling achievements in the history of the medium After serving a stint at the Walt Disney studios as an in betweener and a gag man Barks began drawing the comic book adUbbles Two stories co starring the unbearably lucky Gladstone including the epic Race to the South Seas as Donald and Gladstone try to win Uncle Scrooge s favor by being the first to rescue him from a desert island Two Christmas stories including The Golden Christmas Tree one of Barks s most fantastic stories that pits him and the nephews against a witch who wants to destroy all the Christmas trees in the world In other stories Donald plays a TV uiz show contestant and ends up encased in a giant barrel of Shaky Jell a truant officer who matches wits with his nephews and a ranch hand who outwits cattle rustlers These new editions feature meticulously restored and re colored pages in a beautifully designed affordable format geared to the mainstream book buyer Discover the genius of Carl Barks. Great Carl barks art and classic duck stories in a nice hardcover format I love it when the cover image is printed right on the cover no pesky dust jacketThis is good classic Disney comics and a good mix of longer and shorter stories including few single pagers Carl Barks was a master cartoonist I didnt get around to the editorial material yet but it looks good too2 negative concerns it would have been nice if Boom had collected the Christmas stories in their own volume as this book had a Christmas story and I see volume 2 is anchored by a longer Christmas tale Also BEWARE of some racial stereotypes that were common at the time these comics were initially published I don't think it ws atrocious but there were certainly some cringe worthy moments that you may not want to explain to a young kid

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Hose exotic locales spanned the globe and shorter stories that usually revolved around crazily ingenious domestic suabbles between Donald and various members of the Duckburg cast Barks s duck stories famously enjoyed eually by both children and adults are both evanescent celebrations of courage and perseverance and depictions of less commendable traits greed resentment and one upmanship Our initial volume begins when Barks had reached his peak 1948 1950 Highlights include The title story Lost in the Andes Barks s own favorite Donald and the nephews embark on an expedition to Peru to find where suare eggs come from only to meet danger in a mysterious valley whose inhabitants all speak with a southern drawl and where Huey Dewey and Louie save Unca Donald s life by learning how to blow suare b. I first discovered Carl Barks when I was in 1st grade and I've enjoyed his uniue storytelling ever since Barks brought depth and humanity to Disney's characters and created Uncle Scrooge a character whose adventures people my age grew familiar with in the '80s cartoon Ducktales which in turn had adapted many of its episodes from Barks' Scrooge comics from the '50s I'm very excited that Fantagraphics is reprinting these stories in such attractive editions Barks has had many fans throughout the years George Lucas and Steven Spielberg being two of the famous and I hope these volumes will remind readers that his name ought to be mentioned with the same admiration people breathe for Herge Will Eisner Hal Foster and Jack Kirby

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Walt Disneys Donald DuckCarl Barks Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics are considered among the greatest artistic and storytelling achievements in the history of the medium After serving a stint at the Walt Disney studios as an in betweener and a gag man Barks began drawing the comic book adventures of Donald Duck in 1942 He uickly mastered every aspect of cartooning and over the next nearly 30 years created some of the most memorable comics ever drawn as well as some of the most memorable characters Barks introduced Uncle Scrooge the charmed and insufferable Gladstone Gander the daffy inventor Gyro Gearloose the bumbling and heedless Beagle Boys the Junior Woodchucks and many others Barks alternated between longish sprawling 20 or 30 page adventure yarns filled with the romance of danger courage and derring do w. With the exception of a few horribly racist remnants of the age these comics come from it's a delightful collection of some of the best comics ever