Carl Barks storytime:
A 32-page classic from 1952 "The Golden Helmet"
Don Rosa sequel is also great.
There was a torrent maybe on pirate bay 2013 or so.
There is 10 folders like this:
Set 01 Donald Duck 4c0009-4c0223
Set 02 Donald Duck 4c238-138
Set 04 Uncle Scrooge 021-043
Set 08 WDC&S 095-166
and so on.
Duck Tales episodes might have been on the same torrent too. Can't remember.
Do they all have awful coloring like this comic? It's much too cool and blue compared to the originals
Just compare this >>77500203
I randomly opened few of them and most resemble the ones I posted. But The Ghost of the Grotto for example looks older.
Thanks a ton, guys! These are great, and I'm glad you've pointed the way to a decent torrent.
I've been reading a ton of Don Rosa's Duck comics so these are pretty great. Found the link on a /v/ thread believe it or not.
Have a mega.
this one ooorrrrr..
Shaking my head
I guess I'm gonna storytime Rosa's The Lost Charts of Columbus then? It's the 1995 sequel to The Golden Helmet by Carl Barks, of course.
And that's it for The Lost Charts of Columbus.
Got the second Rosa slipcase last week. The fourth volume has the first half of Life and Times!
A reply like that is often used as an easy bump for the thread.
Me too! I've been making a habit of reading a story or two before I go to bed every night. Comfy as hell.
Not sure if I want to commit to collecting the complete Carl Barks stuff, though. That collection is going to be massive when (if) it is completed...
Uncle Scrooge in Only a Poor Old Man
This is the first story where Beagle Boys have a major role.
"Darkest Africa" from 1948.
This story has little questionable portrayal of africans and they usually only print the censored version.
Third panel was completely removed from the censored version.
Time for dirty secrets.
"Gladstone's Terrible Secret"
This was one of Barks' personal favourites.
For all the kinds of crazy shit that goes down in the ducks' world this wouldn't even be a blip on the radar. It might get one line as a footnote in some newspaper "Town makes big omelet" and nobody would think twice about it.