The adventures of Donald Duck continue in these kid-friendly-sized collections, which feature all-new-to-the-USA stories. Watch as the world's most famous duck narrowly escapes dangers of his own making, time and time again.
Skindiver Donald chases a fish dinner straight into Princess Reginella’s awesome subaquatic world—just in time for duck-smashing deepwater danger! Then treasure-hunting Don seeks to succeed where Viking Leif the Legendary failed! But the "Helmet of the Gods," once worn by Odin himself, may sit a bit uneasily on our mortal duck's head…
Collects IDW's Donald Duck issues #19–21.
About the Author
Rodolfo Cimino (1927-2012) was an Italian cartoonist who began working on Disney comics in 1958 and continued until 1976 when he committed full time to a political career. In 1987 he returned full-time to comics and in 1991 won the Prix Anaf for Best Writer and in 2007 won the Prix Papersera.
Giorgio Cavazzano is an Italian artist that started his career at the age of 14 inking for Romano Scarpa producing stories for Disney with the characters Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck, and others. He is known for combining the traditional appearance of Disney characters with realistic illustration of technological gadgets and machinery.