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Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest DuckTales Stories, Volume 2
     

Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest DuckTales Stories, Volume 2

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by Carl Barks, John Clark (Editor)
 
  • Tied in with the release of Disney's classic DuckTales TV series on
    DVD, Gemstone is issuing these special graphic novels collecting the vintage
    Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge stories that DuckTales adapted to animation. This second volume includes "Giant Robot Robbers," "The Golden
    Fleecing," "The Horseradish Story," "The Status Seeker

Overview

  • Tied in with the release of Disney's classic DuckTales TV series on
    DVD, Gemstone is issuing these special graphic novels collecting the vintage
    Carl Barks Uncle Scrooge stories that DuckTales adapted to animation. This second volume includes "Giant Robot Robbers," "The Golden
    Fleecing," "The Horseradish Story," "The Status Seeker," "Tralla-La" and more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781888472387
Publisher:
Gemstone Publishing
Publication date:
08/08/2006
Series:
Disney's Duck Tales Series , #2
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d)

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Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest DuckTales Stories, Volume 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
You can't go wrong with Disney. This time-honored company always come up with winners! And Volume 2 of DUCKTALES is no exception. ¿¿¿ I read it to some preschoolers at a friend's school and they laughed themselves silly. They especially liked THE HORSERADISH STORY. Since horseradish isn't a common, everyday food (relish), I had to first tell them what it was, and when I mentioned it was in the mustard family and was pretty strong, they understood. ¿¿¿ The specially-designed graphic book is a beautiful piece of art, as well as containing wonderful stories and awesome characters. Uncle Scrooge is still the 'scroogiest' man in comics, and I enjoyed getting reacquainted with him. ¿¿¿ To me, one of the greatest treasures of life is the sound of happy, laughing, giggling children, and this book sure made these preschoolers laugh. The happy sounds rang in my head all day, and, of course, I laughed right along with them. ¿¿¿ Highly recommended and don't miss the DUCKTALES TV series on DVD.