The Carl Barks Library Set 1 - Donald Duck



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The Carl Barks Library is the ultimate archival collection of Carl Barks' justly famous duck stories.

This set reprints long format Donald Duck stories from Four Color #9-223 (1942-1949). These are the classic adventure stories ("The Mummy's Ring," "Sheriff of Bullet Valley," "Lost in the Andes," "Frozen Gold") that inspired George Lucas and numerous others.

Other classic stories include "Pirate Gold" Barks' art debut on Donald Duck and "Christmas on Bear Mountain" the first appearance of Uncle Scrooge.

These volumes are packed with extra bonus materials including articles, interviews, previously unpublished artwork and duck paintings in color!

Special features in this set include Barks storyboard drawings from unproduced Disney cartoons "Morgan's Ghost" and "Northwest Mounted" and an essay by Thomas Andrae.

Published by Russ Cochran and Bruce Hamilton.

Volume 1 has a bump to the top of the spine otherwise all three volumes are Near Fine with light wear to the spine ends and corners and occasional mild age toning to the interior pages. The slipcase is Very Good with moderate shelfwear to the bottom and a hole at one top corner of the slipcase.


Carl Barks

Condition & Attributes

3 Very Fine volumes in Near Fine slipcase (mild shelfwear to slipcase)



Publishing Information

Scottsdale, AZ
Another Rainbow

Physical Description

12.75 inches
9.25 inches
664 pages
color and black & white
pictorial cloth