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(W) Carl Barks, Daan Jippes (A) Daan Jippes, Carl Barks
The secret of Ali Baba's hidden treasure, the return of
Magica de Spell - and a rare story never before seen in
the U.S.!
"You can't depend on anything in Persia being what it seems!" warns
Uncle Scrooge. But when he, Donald, and the nephews are approached
by a wayward archaeologist bearing fragile clay tablets that point the
way to Ali Baba's lost cave, the hunt is on for the most fabulous treasure
of the ancient world! And Scrooge will soon discover how true his
words really are! Then, Scrooge shields his Money Bin in an indestructible
glass that defies the efforts of Magica de Spell and the Beagle Boys to crack it.
What could possibly go wrong? Plus: the oddball inventions of the ever-eccentric
Gyro Gearloose! Additionally, we're proud to present a rare story started by Carl
Barks and completed by internationally acclaimed Duck artist Daan Jippes, never
before published in the U.S. - "The Pied Piper of Duckburg."
Carl Barks delivers another wildly imaginative collection of outrageous adventures,
laugh-out-loud comedy, and all-around comic book brilliance. Each page is
meticulously restored and newly colored, with insightful story notes by an international
panel of Barks experts.
Carl Barks (1901-2000) entertained millions around the world with his timeless tales
of Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge. One of the most brilliant cartoonists of the 20th
century, he is a Disney Legend and has been inducted into the William Randolph
Hearst Cartoon Hall of Fame and the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame. Daan
Jippes (b. 1945), an internationally beloved Duck artist, lives in the Netherlands.
In Shops: May 31, 2023
SRP: $35.00

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