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Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #58 - Carl Barks art


Walt Disney's Comics and Stories v1 #58, 1945 - Huey Louie and Dewey tumble into the depths of the Grand Canyon, prompting Donald Duck to go into rescue mode and gain fame for his heroism. Despite the spaciousness of the setting, Carl Barks opts to fit in more panels per page than usual. His well-crafted drawings become trapped into uncomfortably small spaces. The overall result appears hurried and convoluted. This story was later reprinted in Donald Duck Adventures #17. On an unrelated note, the cover is the first to use a patriotic theme in support of our efforts in WWII. Other artists in this issue include Walt Kelly.
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Untitled Barks story pencils and inks 10 pages = **

Carl Barks
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