Uncle Scrooge / Four Color Comics v2 #386 - Carl Barks art & cover

Carl Barks
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge / Four Color Comics v2 #386, 1952 - When the Beagle Boys erect a building next to his money vault, Uncle Scrooge transports and hides his gazillions in a nearby reservoir. Unfortunately, an old habit gives it away. On one of Carl Barks' finest covers, Donald Duck strains while Uncle Scrooge calculates. The illustration is rich in detail and the composition is perfectly balanced. The inclusion of Huey, Louie and Dewey adds scale and depth to the scene. The story itself is impeccably drawn, from the settings to the characterizations. The tale's climax on page 26 exceeds expectations with its bold rendition. In addition to this classic cover and story, Barks also draws three stand alone pages. "Only a Poor Man" was later reprinted in Best of Walt Disney Comics #96172. This is number 1 of 70 Uncle Scrooge issues with Barks art and/or covers (not including reprints).
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Barks cover pencils and inks = *****
"Only a Poor Man" Barks story pencils and inks 32 pages = ****
Barks back cover pencils and inks = ***
Barks inside back cover pencils and inks (black and white) = ***
Barks inside front cover pencils and inks (black and white) = ***

Carl Barks
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