The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library #27 - Walt Disney's Donald Duck: Duck Luck
(November 2022)

Fantagraphics, 2011 Series
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Volume
27
Price
35.00
Pages
216
On-sale Date
2022-11-29
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
Fantagraphics Books Inc.
Brand
Fantagraphics [Legacy Torch]
ISBN
978-1-68396-653-1 Search at WorldCat
Barcode
9781683966531 53500
Editing
Mike Catron (credited as J. Michael Catron) (senior editor)

Issue Notes

Duck Luck (Table of Contents)

Donald Duck / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
?

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Gladstone Gander; Grandma Duck; Daisy Duck
Synopsis
Gladstone Gander presents Grandma Duck with a golden egg, while Daisy Duck looks on. Donald has just received a swift and painful kick in the rump.
Keywords
golden egg; repurposed art; swift kick

Indexer Notes

This cover image is a composite of Barks illustrations from the stories "Too Much Help" page 2, panel 6 and "Terrible Tourist" page 10, panel 7.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 1)

blank page(s) / 3 pages (report information)


Indexer Notes

Orange-toned blank pages. Inside front cover and the first two interior pages.

Walt Disney's Donald Duck by Carl Barks (Table of Contents: 2)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (Donald Duck head illustration)
Inks
Carl Barks (Donald Duck head illustration)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Donald Duck

Indexer Notes

A Donald Duck head inside a circle, added to the middle of the Donald Duck logo.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 3)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Script
Mike Catron ?
Pencils
Carl Barks
Inks
Carl Barks
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Huey; Dewey; Louie
Keywords
repurposed art

Indexer Notes

Publisher information, editorial credits, indicia, and a single illustration of Huey, Dewey, and Louie repurposed from the story "Sitting High" - page 10, panel 3.

Walt Disney's Donald Duck "Duck Luck" by Carl Barks (Table of Contents: 4)

credits, title page / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (Donald Duck head illustration)
Inks
Carl Barks (Donald Duck head illustration)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Donald Duck

Indexer Notes

A Donald Duck head inside a circle, added to the middle of the Donald Duck logo. Lists "Fantagraphics Books Seattle" as publisher.

Contents (Table of Contents: 5)

table of contents / 2 pages (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Daan Jippes
Inks
Daan Jippes
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Characters
Magica De Spell
Keywords
repurposed art

Indexer Notes

Includes a repurposed illustration of Magica De Spell by Daan Jippes from the story "Bottled Battlers" - page 3, panel 3.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 6)

blank page(s) / 1 page (report information)


Indexer Notes

Light green-toned blank page.

Duck Luck (Table of Contents: 7)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Susan Daigle-Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Yum, yum! That chop suey and chow yuk was the yukkiest!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in plain upper/lowercase]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Gladstone Gander; beat cop; Chinese fish merchant; motorist stuck in mud; patrol car cop; supermarket clerk
Synopsis
Donald tries to debunk the predictions of a Chinese fortune cookie.
Reprints
Keywords
antique car; Dismal Swamp; fortune cookie; horseshoe; luck; model plane; skepticism

Indexer Notes

Script credit reads: "Uncredited script rewritten by Carl Barks".

Story references the Dismal Swamp, which would figure prominently in Barks' later "The Swamp of No Return" in Uncle Scrooge (Western, 1963 Series) #57 (May 1965).

Sitting High (Table of Contents: 8)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Among the many winter visitors in glamorous Palm Sands are Donald Duck and his nephews!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Brigitte Van Doran; Gasmore Gravytrain; Jane Girlsfield; Snarlin Grando; Tallin De Saddle; trash-burning woman; local news photographer; Tripe Magazine photographer; celebrity-obsessed stampeding crowds
Synopsis
Donald tries various ways to achieve fame.
Reprints
Keywords
actors; actresses; camel-riding; celebrities; fame-is-fleeting; flagpole-sitting; golf; politicians; series of mishaps; you-can’t-win

Indexer Notes

Celebrity parody names abound: "Snarlin Grando" = method actor Marlin Brando. "Jayne Girlsfield" = full and shapely actress Jayne Mansfield (with hair tresses drawn by Barks to mitigate or deemphasize her upper figure, perhaps in consideration of the Dell Comics Code). "Prince Raindeer and Princess Lace" = Monaco monarchs Prince Rainier and Princess Grace. "Brigitte Van Doren" = an amalgam of glamorous actress Brigitte Bardot and busty actress Mamie Van Doren.

Made up joke and pun names are liberally mixed in with the celebrity parody names, giving pause to modern readers less familiar with the celebrity culture of the late-1950s and early-1960s: "Tallin De Saddle", "Cuddles Marrymore", "Rocky Stonejaw", and a famous politician named "Gasmore Gravytrain".

Among the media focused on Donald on pages 3 and 4 is "Bathé News", a sendup of Pathé News, once a supplier of newsreels to movie theatres.

The Madcap Mariner (Table of Contents: 9)

Donald Duck / comic story / 9 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Ducks are pawns and cod are kings in this briny tale of ice and fish in the roaring northern seas!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Uncle Scrooge; Gyro Gearloose; crew of the Daffy-O; rival crews of cod fishing boats; codfish contest judge; reporters
Synopsis
Aboard the good schooner Daffy-O, unseaworthy Donald, with the boys and a "lubber crew", must win the Fishermen's Gold Cup for Uncle Scrooge at the annual cod fishing competition... or else. While disadvantaged in almost every way, Scrooge has provided Donald with a "secret device" to compensate - the nature of which is unknown to Donald and his crew.
Reprints
Keywords
cod; contest; fishing; ineptness; schooner; sea or island setting; secret weapon

Indexer Notes

Originally submitted by Barks as a ten-page story, the equivalent of one full page has been edited out of Barks' submission for the original printed version and all subsequent reprints. Every printing of this story has been nine pages.

Small Fryers (Table of Contents: 10)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - My little nieces, April, May, and June, came to visit me the other day!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; April; May; June
Synopsis
Daisy's nieces come to visit, and mess up her kitchen.
Reprints
Keywords
diary; kitchen; mess; nieces

Indexer Notes

While the feature logo on this story reads "Daisy Duck", it is actually an entry in the "Daisy Duck's Diary" series.

Terrible Tourist (Table of Contents: 11)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
There are two kinds of tourists roaming foreign lands - the proper kind and -
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; squad of Hondorican police; first senorita; second senorita; second senorita's papa; Conchita; the Duckburgian Consul to Hondorica
Synopsis
Donald obsessively attempts to gather Latin American souvenirs and is most obsessed with getting a rose from a balcony-serenaded senorita as the ultimate prize.
Keywords
balcony; comic obsession; dogged persistence; escalating events; guitar; Hondorica; Latin America; reused story; senorita; serenade; souvenirs; tourists

Indexer Notes

Donald and the boys visit Hondorica, the locale of a previous adventure in Barks' earlier "Secret of Hondorica" in (Dell, 1952 Series) #46 (March-April 1956). https://www.comics.org/issue/12731/#106997

Serenading gags reworked from an originally unpublished story in which Donald aggressively serenades Neighbor Jones with Christmas Carols. The Neighbor Jones story has since been printed in various collections.

Lost Frontier (Table of Contents: 12)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Look out, Captain Gadabout! That snowman will get you!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Captain Gadabout; mesa-dwelling cavemen
Synopsis
On a remote high mesa, Donald and the nephews discover cavemen.
Reprints
Keywords
cavemen; exploring; mesa

Stranger than Fiction (Table of Contents: 13)

Donald Duck / comic story / 9 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
What nicer way could one spend a rainy day than curled up with a good book!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Gyro Gearloose; Gyro's Helper; experimental mice; various Duckburg police; police psychiatrist; Old Satchel Face (alligator)
Synopsis
Donald expresses his displeasure with his nephews reading science fiction, but then decides to show them up with the help of Gyro and his transport-beaming invention.
Reprints
Keywords
abounding oddities; one-upping; reading; science fiction; transporter

Indexer Notes

Gyro's device which transmits people and objects "electronically along beams of cosmic rays" would seem to be a forerunner to the Transporter technology of Star Trek the Original Series (1966-1969), as well as its many sequels, and at the same time derivative of Al (David) Hedison's ill-fated transport device from "The Fly" (1956), and perhaps additional media and literary precursors.

In this story, Gyro's invention was inspired by a science fiction magazine article titled "Ten Seconds to Mars" by Spicer Willits. The fictional author is a combined tribute to the earliest readers/fans to make contact with Carl Barks - John Spicer and Bill Spicer (the latter an eventual letterer for Western Publishing) and Malcolm Willits.

Originally submitted by Barks as a ten-page story, the equivalent of one full page has been edited out of Barks' submission for the original printed version and all subsequent reprints. Every printing of this story has been nine pages.

False Flattery (Table of Contents: 14)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 0.5 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - You just can't trust men - not even men parrots!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; parrot; attractive female duck
Synopsis
Daisy buys a parrot that compliments her, until he sees a more attractive option.
Reprints
Keywords
diary; fickleness; flattery; parrot

Indexer Notes

Top half of page.

[Junior Woodchucks Singing and Celebrating] (Table of Contents: 15)

Junior Woodchucks / illustration / 0.5 page (report information)

Pencils
Daan Jippes
Inks
Daan Jippes
Colors
?

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Junior Woodchucks
Synopsis
A truckload of Junior Woodchucks sing as they roll merrily along.
Keywords
repurposed art

Indexer Notes

A green-colored silhouette illustration repurposed from "Saviors of the Lake" page 2, panel 4. Lower half of page.

Boxed-In (Table of Contents: 16)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited) (rewrite); Chase Craig ? (original script)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Man, what a day!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in cursive]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Daisy Duck
Synopsis
Huey, Dewey, and Louie try their best to sabotage Daisy and Donald's "Box Social" picnic trip.
Reprints
Keywords
Junior Woodchucks; picnic; sabotage

Indexer Notes

Per a previous indexer: "Barks rewrote a script sent to him by editor Chase Craig".

Mr. Private Eye (Table of Contents: 17)

Donald Duck / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Susan Daigle-Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Great are the feats of fiction's clever detectives!
Feature Logo
Walt Disney Donald Duck ["Walt Disney" in plain upper/lowercase]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Uncle Scrooge; mayor of Duckburg; Daisy Duck; The Beagle Boys; various Duckburg police; three bakers; King Notraks of Toolong Sarong
Synopsis
Showing great deductive skills when it comes to solving mysteries and "who-dun-its" in books and on TV, Donald decides to become a private eye. His first case is to protect a valuable hypnotic opal from being swiped at an outdoor ceremony held to present the opal to a visiting king.
Reprints
Keywords
detective; opal; visiting royalty

A Sticky Situation (Table of Contents: 18)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Bob Gregory
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - Men are BEASTS!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Donald Duck; Clarabelle Cow; Horace Horsecollar; April; May; June; tire-changing guy; logger; mountain climber; fireman; helicopter pilot;
Synopsis
Daisy, fed up with Donald and men in general, takes her nieces camping in the wilderness. Finding themselves stuck atop a high peak, and rescued by men, they decide all men are not beasts - just Donald.
Reprints
Keywords
battle-of-the-sexes; be-careful-what-you-wish-for; camping; diary; doing-something-their-own-way; high peak; rescue; wilderness

Indexer Notes

Writer Bob Gregory's daughter, cartoonist Roberta Gregory, states the following in the Story Notes for "Ruling the Roost". "And though my dad did not write this story, he did write the first two non-Barks Daisy stories mentioned above."

This would indicate that Bob Gregory was the uncredited writer of "A Sticky Situation" and "Ring Leader Roundup".

Stylistic analysis of the remaining stories ("Too Much Help", Ruling the Roost", and "Daringly Different") would indicate their author to be the equally-uncredited writer Vic Lockman.

Ring Leader Roundup (Table of Contents: 19)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Bob Gregory
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - Today I found a ring big enough to make a queen blink twice!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Donald Duck; police lost-and-found clerk; Moe the Jeweler; "Foots" Diamond (jewel smuggler); two Duckburg cops
Synopsis
Daisy finds a lost ring that she uses to make Donald think that she has a another boyfriend, but the ring contains a midget radio used by diamond smugglers.
Reprints
Keywords
diamond ring; diary; jealousy; jewels; mix-up; smuggling

Indexer Notes

Writer Bob Gregory's daughter, cartoonist Roberta Gregory, states the following in the Story Notes for "Ruling the Roost". "And though my dad did not write this story, he did write the first two non-Barks Daisy stories mentioned above."

This would indicate that Bob Gregory was the uncredited writer of "A Sticky Situation" and "Ring Leader Roundup".

Stylistic analysis of the remaining stories ("Too Much Help", Ruling the Roost", and "Daringly Different") would indicate their author to be the equally-uncredited writer Vic Lockman.

Too Much Help (Table of Contents: 20)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Vic Lockman
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - Usually a letter from Grandma Duck is very cheery reading material, and so was this particular letter - until I read between the lines!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Grandma Duck; Gladstone Gander; Gus Goose
Synopsis
Daisy, convinced that Grandma Duck is having trouble, takes Gladstone to her farm to bring her luck.
Reprints
Keywords
best of intentions; diary; farm setting; good luck; series of mishaps; unwanted help; wrong impression

Indexer Notes

Writer Bob Gregory's daughter, cartoonist Roberta Gregory, states the following in the Story Notes for "Ruling the Roost". "And though my dad did not write this story, he did write the first two non-Barks Daisy stories mentioned above."

This would indicate that Bob Gregory was the uncredited writer of "A Sticky Situation" and "Ring Leader Roundup".

Stylistic analysis of the remaining stories ("Too Much Help", Ruling the Roost", and "Daringly Different") would indicate their author to be the equally-uncredited writer Vic Lockman.

Ruling the Roost (Table of Contents: 21)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 8 pages (report information)

Script
Vic Lockman
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - Being a secretary isn't easy, especially when your boos is Uncle Scrooge McDuck!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Uncle Scrooge; taxi driver; startled pedestrian; super jet elevator operator; Scrooge's guards; Scrooge's valet; McDuck Motorcar Company engineers; Loot Chute contractor; Miss Robin (Daisy's secretary); group of Scrooge's creditors; excited car-wives; dour car-husbands
Synopsis
When Scrooge can't be found, Daisy makes decisions for him, until he's finally located stuck in a chute leading to his underground jewel vaults.
Reprints
Keywords
best of intentions; diary; doing-something-their-own-way; enterprise; executive decisions; ingenuity; missing person; mystery; overconfidence

Indexer Notes

Writer Bob Gregory's daughter, cartoonist Roberta Gregory, states the following in the Story Notes for "Ruling the Roost". "And though my dad did not write this story, he did write the first two non-Barks Daisy stories mentioned above."

This would indicate that Bob Gregory was the uncredited writer of "A Sticky Situation" and "Ring Leader Roundup".

Stylistic analysis of the remaining stories ("Too Much Help", Ruling the Roost", and "Daringly Different") would indicate their author to be the equally-uncredited writer Vic Lockman.

Daringly Different (Table of Contents: 22)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 4.5 pages (report information)

Script
Vic Lockman
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Digikore Studios (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - It suddenly dawned on me the other day that our civilization is becoming boring because everybody does everything just like everybody else!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Donald Duck; Gussie Fussy (Daisy's neighbor); Gyro Gearloose (cameo in silhouette only); reporter from "Hooray Home Magazine"; various other neighbors of Daisy)
Synopsis
Daisy tries to break out of cookie-cutter subdivision mold with unusual touches for her house and yard, but eventually all of her neighbors imitate her.
Reprints
Keywords
diary; doing-something-their-own-way; gardening; home decor; rugged individualist

[April, May, and June Do Some Baking] (Table of Contents: 23)

Daisy Duck's Diary / illustration / 0.5 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks
Inks
Carl Barks
Colors
?

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; April; May; June
Synopsis
Daisy's nieces seriously mess up her kitchen.
Keywords
repurposed art

Indexer Notes

A green-colored illustration repurposed from "Small Fryers" page 1, panel 4. Lower half of page.

Friendly Enemy (Table of Contents: 24)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (credited) (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - When I mentioned to Donald I was bored of late, he heartily suggested that I learn to skate!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Donald Duck
Synopsis
Donald suggests roller skating and then sculpting to alleviate Daisy's boredom. Neither go as planned.
Reprints
Keywords
best of intentions; boredom; diary; roller skating; sculpting

Indexer Notes

No actual character dialogue occurs in this story. It is entirely narrated by Daisy's diary entries. Each of those diary entries ends in a rhyme, except the last one.

Undercover Girl (Table of Contents: 25)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - One day I saw a hat that I simply had to have!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Clara Cluck; bird woman; pig woman
Synopsis
Daisy buys a new hat that's so big no one can see who she is.
Reprints
Keywords
diary; getting-more-than-you-bargained-for; hat

The Inventive Gentleman (Table of Contents: 26)

Daisy Duck's Diary / comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
Gary Leach (color restoration)
Letters
Garé Barks
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Dear Diary - I could tell from afar that the bus was quite overcrowded!
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Daisy Duck; Gyro Gearloose; many bus riders
Synopsis
Gyro comes to Daisy's aid when she has to stand on the bus.
Reprints
Keywords
bus; diary; less-than-satisfactory-solution

Saviors of the Lake (Table of Contents: 27)

Junior Woodchucks / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited) (layout); Daan Jippes (credited)
Inks
Daan Jippes (credited)
Colors
Disney Italia (credited)
Letters
Paul Baresh (credited); Daan Jippes (credited) (see notes)
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor of American version)

Job Number
D 2006-237
First Line of Dialogue or Text
What gives the Junior Woodchucks the boundless vigor to do their mighty good deeds? One answer is -- Vitamin Zee!
Feature Logo
Junior Woodchucks Western Logo 2
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Huey; Dewey; Louie; other Junior Woodchucks; The Great C.O.O.L.H.E.A.D.; Uncle Scrooge
Synopsis
When the Woodchucks' favorite ice-skating lake is ruined by pollution the befouled trail leads directly to Uncle Scrooge and his new automated factory, but what is Scrooge's secret product and how will the closing of the factory affect the Woodchucks in the end?
Reprints
  • DK from Anders And & Co. (Egmont, 1949 series) #4/2008
  • Originally published in Huey, Dewey and Louie Junior Woodchucks (Western, 1966 Series) #9 (April 1971) as "Looter of the Lake" with script by Carl Barks pencils, inks, and letters by John Carey. https://www.comics.org/issue/24188/#166498
Keywords
best of intentions; breakfast cereal; commercial endorsements; environmental awareness; ice-skating; lake; melting ice; pollution; redrawn story; unintended consequences

Indexer Notes

Junior Woodchuck Leader Acronym: The Great C.O.O.L.H.E.A.D. (Calmer of Outbreaks, Outcries, Lamentations, Hassles, Expostulations, Animosity, and Disquietude).

Lettering credit is "Paul Baresh with Daan Jippes"

Bottled Battlers (Table of Contents: 28)

Junior Woodchucks / comic story / 12 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited) (layout); Daan Jippes (credited)
Inks
Daan Jippes (credited)
Colors
Susan Daigle-Leach (credited)
Letters
Jon Babcock (credited)
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor of American version)

Job Number
H 94141
First Line of Dialogue or Text
It is early spring in Duckburg!
Feature Logo
Junior Woodchucks Western Logo 2
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Huey; Dewey; Louie; other Junior Woodchucks; The Great D.E.M.I.J.O.H.N.; Magica de Spell; various unhelpful passing motorists
Synopsis
Magica de Spell imprisons roadside bottle picker-uppers Huey, Dewey, and Louie in a giant bottle and, quite cynically, not a single passing motorist stops to help the bottled boys.
Reprints
Keywords
bottles; environmental awareness; litter; magic; redrawn story; sorceress

Indexer Notes

Junior Woodchuck Leader Acronym: The Great D.E.M.I.J.O.H.N. (Dynamic Earthshaking Molder of Immaculate Junk Obliterators Here and Now).

Maple Sugar Time (How Sweet It Is!) (Table of Contents: 29)

Junior Woodchucks / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited) (layout); Daan Jippes (credited)
Inks
Daan Jippes (credited)
Colors
Disney Italia (credited)
Letters
Paul Baresh (credited)
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor of American version)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Need I ask you Junior Woodchucks again to suggest ways we can raise money for our charity fund?
Feature Logo
Junior Woodchucks Western Logo 3
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Huey; Dewey; Louie; other Junior Woodchucks; The Great S.L.A.P.P.Y. P.A.P.P.Y.; Uncle Scrooge; Donald Duck; Littlest Chickadees; Auntie Chickadee (Chickadee leader); The Beagle Boys
Synopsis
Everyone's out to get maple sap... from maple trees, or one another's sap buckets.
Reprints
Keywords
escalating events; maple sap; maple sugar; maple trees; redrawn story; trickery; working-at-cross-purposes

Indexer Notes

Junior Woodchuck Leader Acronym: The Great S.L.A.P.P.Y. P.A.P.P.Y. (Stern Advocator of Peanut-Picking Yard-masterism and Peerless Abecedarian Producer of Prideworthy Youth!).

The parenthetical portion of the title, (How Sweet It Is!), is a line made famous by comedian Jackie Gleason on his television variety show (1962-1966) and (1966-1970).

Carl Barks borrows his own opening-page gag from "Micro-Ducks from Outer Space" Uncle Scrooge (Western, 1963 Series) #65 (September 1966), where he piles money bags high enough (almost) to seal a broken window rather than buy a new pane of glass. https://www.comics.org/issue/20376/#149321

Traitor in the Ranks (Table of Contents: 30)

Junior Woodchucks / comic story / 13 pages (report information)

Script
Carl Barks (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited) (layout); Daan Jippes (credited)
Inks
Daan Jippes (credited)
Colors
Egmont (credited)
Letters
Bill Pearson (credited)
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor of American version)

Job Number
H 92085
First Line of Dialogue or Text
Huey! Dewey! Wake up! This is training day for new recruits!...Wake up, I say!
Feature Logo
Junior Woodchucks Western Logo 2
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals
Characters
Huey; Dewey; Louie; other Junior Woodchucks; The Great B.R.A.S.S. G.A.S.S.E.R.; Donald Duck; The Great O.D.D. B.A.L.L.E.R.
Synopsis
To prevent his nephews from winning any more Junior Woodchuck medals (which have quite literally overrun the house), Donald tries to sabotage their efforts toward training new recruits by posing as a six-year-old aspiring Woodchuck with "an over-active digestion" to account for his size.
Reprints
Keywords
best-laid-plans; disguise; forest setting; imposter; medals; recruiting; redrawn story; sabotage

Indexer Notes

Junior Woodchuck Leader Acronyms: The Great B.R.A.S.S. G.A.S.S.E.R. (Brain Rattling Assigner of Stupendous Sweatouts and Giver of Awesome Scathing Scoldings and Expurgatory Roustings), and The Great O.D.D. B.A.L.L.E.R. (Observer of Devious Doings and Bestower of Accolades and Limitless Laurels upon Entitled Recipients).

Carl Barks Cover Gallery (Table of Contents: 31)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script
Mike Catron (credited as J. Michael Catron)
Pencils
Carl Barks (credited) (Donald Duck repurposed art)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited) (Donald Duck repurposed art)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
1960-1961 was a busy time for Carl Barks.
Characters
Donald Duck
Synopsis
Introduction to the Carl Barks Cover Gallery.
Keywords
background information; cover gallery; editorial feature; repurposed art

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #247] (Table of Contents: 32)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie
Synopsis
It's "low-bridge" for Donald when the boys play paddleball.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #247 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #77] (Table of Contents: 33)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Feature Logo
Walt Disney's Donald Duck ["Walt Disney's" in cursive - two lines]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; bee
Synopsis
Donald discovers a bee flying inside his space helmet.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #77 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #250] (Table of Contents: 34)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie
Synopsis
Huey, Dewey, and Louie build a large and messy charcoal fire for Donald's backyard barbecue.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #250 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #78] (Table of Contents: 35)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Feature Logo
Walt Disney's Donald Duck ["Walt Disney's" in cursive - two lines]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck
Synopsis
Donald finds out what happens when a lawn mower meets a lawn sprinkler.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #78 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #79] (Table of Contents: 36)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Feature Logo
Walt Disney's Donald Duck ["Walt Disney's" in cursive - two lines]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck
Synopsis
Donald learns that you can't put the toothpaste back into the tube.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #79 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Dell Four Color #1239 Donald Duck Album] (Table of Contents: 37)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks
Inks
Carl Barks
Colors
?
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Uncle Scrooge; Grandma Duck
Synopsis
The Ducks pose behind a bear rug, with Huey, Dewey, and Louie peeking out from beneath the rug.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover illustration for Dell Four Color #1239 Donald Duck Album (1961) sans the original Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #80] (Table of Contents: 38)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Feature Logo
Walt Disney's Donald Duck ["Walt Disney's" in cursive - two lines]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; canary
Synopsis
A canary joins Donald in his flute playing.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #80 (1961) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #83] (Table of Contents: 39)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Feature Logo
Walt Disney's Donald Duck ["Walt Disney's" in cursive - two lines]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie (only red-clad Huey's face is seen)
Synopsis
The boys help Donald march with a big bass drum.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #83 (1962) intact, except for the Dell Comics publisher's logo.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #295] (Table of Contents: 40)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
At Uncle Scrooge's logging camp Donald gets in more jams than the logs. Read Timber Tycoon.
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Uncle Scrooge; woodpecker
Synopsis
An angry woodpecker imperils Donald's lumberjacking.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #295 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #296] (Table of Contents: 41)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Daisy Duck; Mickey Mouse; Goofy; fish; disgruntled rabbit
Synopsis
Stage magician Donald gets his tricks mixed-up.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #296 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #101] (Table of Contents: 42)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Donald and his nephews fight off a fireball attack in an attempt to save The Incredible Golden Iceberg!
Feature Logo
Donald Duck [Western Logo 1]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Uncle Scrooge; Gyro Gearloose
Synopsis
The Ducks and Gyro are imperiled by a deadly shower of fireballs.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #101 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #298] (Table of Contents: 43)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie
Synopsis
The boys mess-up Donald's floor faster than he can vacuum.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #298 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #103] (Table of Contents: 44)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
Treasure of Aztec-Land plus The Golden Galleon
Feature Logo
Donald Duck [Western Logo 1]
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; The Beagle Boys
Synopsis
Donald and his nephews run down the steps of an ancient Aztec pyramid, with the Beagle Boys in hot pursuit.
Reprints
Keywords
cover reproduction

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Donald Duck #103 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

[Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #301] (Table of Contents: 45)

Donald Duck / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils
Carl Barks (credited)
Inks
Carl Barks (credited); Larry Mayer
Colors
?
Letters
typeset
Editing
Chase Craig (original editor)

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie
Synopsis
The boys' three fishing lines pull Donald out of his boat.
Reprints

Indexer Notes

Reproduces the cover for Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #301 (1965) as originally published, with the Gold Key Comics logo, cover date, cover code, cover price, and all cover copy.

Story Notes (Table of Contents: 46)

Donald Duck / text article / 15 pages (report information)

Script
Rich Kreiner (credited); Joe Torcivia (credited); Alberto Becattini (credited); Matthias Wivel (credited); Thad Komorowski (credited); Daniel F. Yezbick (credited as Daniel Yezbick); Stefano Priarone (credited); Roberta Gregory (credited)
Pencils
Carl Barks (spot illustrations)
Inks
Carl Barks (spot illustrations)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Synopsis
Observations and analysis from Disney comics scholars and historians on each story in this volume.
Keywords
analysis; background information; editorial feature; misattributed author's credits

Indexer Notes

Individual articles are authored as follows:

Rich Kreiner on "Duck Luck" and "The Madcap Mariner".

Joe Torcivia on "Sitting High" and "Saviors of the Lake".

Alberto Becattini on "Terrible Tourist".

Matthias Wivel on "Lost Frontier".

Thad Komorowski on "Stranger Than Fiction".

Daniel Yezbick on "Boxed-In", "Mr. Private Eye", "Ring Leader Roundup", "Too Much Help", and The Daisy Duck One-Pagers (five individual stories).

Stefano Priarone on "A Sticky Situation" and "Bottled Battlers".

Roberta Gregory on "Ruling the Roost" and "Daringly Different".
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Joe Torcivia on "Maple Sugar Time (How Sweet It Is!)" and "Saviors of the Lake" -- Erroneously credited to Daniel Yezbick. A correction was published in The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library #28 Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge "Cave of Ali Baba" by Carl Barks. https://www.comics.org/issue/2539015/

Carl Barks Life Among the Ducks (Table of Contents: 47)

text article / 2 pages (report information)

Script
Donald Ault (credited)
Pencils
Alan Light (credited) (photo of Carl Barks)
Inks
Alan Light (credited) (photo of Carl Barks)
Colors
?
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
"I was a real misfit," Carl Barks said, thinking back over an early life of hard labor - as a farmer, a logger, a mule-skinner, a rivet heater, and a printing press feeder - before he was hired as a full-time cartoonist for an obscure risqué magazine...
Genre
biography
Characters
Carl Barks (in 1982 photo)
Synopsis
A biography of Carl Barks.
Keywords
artist; background information; biography; editorial feature; writer

Contributors (Table of Contents: 48)

text article / 2 pages (report information)

Script
various (see notes)
Pencils
Carl Barks (filler illustration)
Inks
Carl Barks (filler illustration)
Letters
typeset

Genre
biography
Synopsis
Brief biographies of the various feature contributors to this volume.
Keywords
biography; repurposed art

Indexer Notes

Feature contributors supply their own biographies.

A repurposed Barks illustration of Donald Duck and the nephews from the story "Sitting High" (page 4, panel 8) rounds out page two of this feature.

Where Did These Duck Stories First Appear? (Table of Contents: 49)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script
Mike Catron
Letters
typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library collects Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge stories by Carl Barks that were originally published in the traditional American four-color comic book format.
Keywords
background information; editorial feature

Indexer Notes

A compiled listing of original first appearances of the stories reprinted in this volume.

The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library (Table of Contents: 50) (Expand) /

Fantagraphics Books: The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

Now Available! (Table of Contents: 51) (Expand) /

Fantagraphics Books / promo (ad from the publisher) / 1 page (report information)

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 52)

blank page(s) / 3 pages (report information)


Indexer Notes

Orange-toned blank pages, on the last two interior pages and the inside back cover.

Icebergs at Sea, Gyro's Teleporter, and Captured by Cavemen! (Table of Contents: 53)

Donald Duck / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script
Mike Catron
Pencils
Carl Barks; ? (photos)
Inks
Carl Barks; ? (photos)
Colors
?
Letters
?; typeset

First Line of Dialogue or Text
On the roaring North Seas, Donald and the boys are out to win the Fisherman's Gold Cup for Uncle Scrooge.
Genre
anthropomorphic-funny animals; humor
Characters
Donald Duck; Huey; Dewey; Louie; Daisy Duck; April; May; June; Carl Barks (photo inset)
Keywords
repurposed art

Indexer Notes

This back cover image is a composite of repurposed Barks illustrations from the stories "The Madcap Mariner" (page 6, panel 1) and "A Sticky Situation" (page 6, panel 1).

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Table of Contents
  1. 0. Duck Luck
    Donald Duck
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. Walt Disney's Donald Duck by Carl Barks
  4. 3. [no title indexed]
  5. 4. Walt Disney's Donald Duck "Duck Luck" by Carl Barks
  6. 5. Contents
  7. 6. [no title indexed]
  8. 7. Duck Luck
    Donald Duck
  9. 8. Sitting High
    Donald Duck
  10. 9. The Madcap Mariner
    Donald Duck
  11. 10. Small Fryers
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  12. 11. Terrible Tourist
    Donald Duck
  13. 12. Lost Frontier
    Donald Duck
  14. 13. Stranger than Fiction
    Donald Duck
  15. 14. False Flattery
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  16. 15. [Junior Woodchucks Singing and Celebrating]
    Junior Woodchucks
  17. 16. Boxed-In
    Donald Duck
  18. 17. Mr. Private Eye
    Donald Duck
  19. 18. A Sticky Situation
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  20. 19. Ring Leader Roundup
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  21. 20. Too Much Help
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  22. 21. Ruling the Roost
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  23. 22. Daringly Different
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  24. 23. [April, May, and June Do Some Baking]
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  25. 24. Friendly Enemy
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  26. 25. Undercover Girl
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  27. 26. The Inventive Gentleman
    Daisy Duck's Diary
  28. 27. Saviors of the Lake
    Junior Woodchucks
  29. 28. Bottled Battlers
    Junior Woodchucks
  30. 29. Maple Sugar Time (How Sweet It Is!)
    Junior Woodchucks
  31. 30. Traitor in the Ranks
    Junior Woodchucks
  32. 31. Carl Barks Cover Gallery
  33. 32. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #247]
    Donald Duck
  34. 33. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #77]
    Donald Duck
  35. 34. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #250]
    Donald Duck
  36. 35. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #78]
    Donald Duck
  37. 36. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #79]
    Donald Duck
  38. 37. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Dell Four Color #1239 Donald Duck Album]
    Donald Duck
  39. 38. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #80]
    Donald Duck
  40. 39. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #83]
    Donald Duck
  41. 40. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #295]
    Donald Duck
  42. 41. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #296]
    Donald Duck
  43. 42. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #101]
    Donald Duck
  44. 43. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #298]
    Donald Duck
  45. 44. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Donald Duck #103]
    Donald Duck
  46. 45. [Cover Gallery: Cover to Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #301]
    Donald Duck
  47. 46. Story Notes
    Donald Duck
  48. 47. Carl Barks Life Among the Ducks
  49. 48. Contributors
  50. 49. Where Did These Duck Stories First Appear?
  51. 50. The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library
    Fantagraphics Books: The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library
  52. 51. Now Available!
    Fantagraphics Books
  53. 52. [no title indexed]
  54. 53. Icebergs at Sea, Gyro's Teleporter, and Captured by Cavemen!
    Donald Duck
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