This is the final Gladstone published issue of the title. Each internal left hand page features a Carl Barks question and answer trivia compiled by Geoffrey Blum and Bruce Hamilton. Each right hand page features a flick-book style illustration of Mickey Mouse walking towards and falling down a manhole. The artist is Chase Hinton with John Clark credited for 'adaptations'.
The cover is believed to be the work of Hank Porter and questioningly attributed to him on the contents page
The editorial occupies half the inside cover with accompanying photograph of Bruce Hamilton and Carl Barks, and three-quarters of a page of the inside back cover
Gladstone editorial pages had previously stated this story would be unlikely to see print as Disney felt it inappropriate. Don Rosa has said online that someone at Disney objected to the depiction of the Peeweegah Indians as racist. Rosa had followed Carl Barks' lead in portraying them all looking alike. Having decided he was no longer going to publish comics with Disney characters Bruce Hamilton presumably ignored the ban to present an English language version of a story by a popular creator.