Uncle Scrooge #15 - Carl Barks art & cover

Carl Barks
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge v1 #15, 1956 - Flintheart Glomgold, a South African mine owner, lays claim to being the richest duck in the world. A challenge ensues, resulting in a tally of his fortune against Scrooge's. When they come out even, it all boils down to who has the longest ball of string. Carl Barks makes use of the African settings to create hilarious and visually clever situations. The wild animal stampede and subsequent collision pages 17-18 is especially good. Rounding out the book are two more enjoyable Barks tales: Scrooge moves his massive money bin to make way for progress and Gyro Gearloose invents a languare translator with unintended results.
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Barks cover pencils and inks = ***
"The Second Richest Duck"
Barks pencils and inks 20 pages = ****
Uncle Scrooge 
untitled story Barks pencils and inks 7 pages = ***
Gyro Gearloose untitled story Barks pencils and inks 4 pages = ***
Barks inside front cover pencils and inks (black and white) = ***
Barks inside back cover pencils and inks (black and white) = ***

Carl Barks
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