Donald Duck: Terror of the Beagle Boys

Donald Duck Terror of the Beagle Boys When Donald and the boys wind up in Old California the rush is on for the gold in them thar hills Carl Barks delivers another superb collection of outrageous hijinks preposterous situations bambooz

  • Title: Donald Duck: Terror of the Beagle Boys
  • Author: Carl Barks
  • ISBN: 9781606999202
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Donald and the boys wind up in Old California, the rush is on for the gold in them thar hills Carl Barks delivers another superb collection of outrageous hijinks, preposterous situations, bamboozlement, befuddlement, and all around cartooning brilliance.

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    About “Carl Barks”

    1. Carl Barks

      Carl Barks March 27, 1901 August 25, 2000 was an American Disney Studio illustrator and comic book creator, who invented Duckburg and many of its inhabitants, such as Scrooge McDuck 1947 , Gladstone Gander 1948 , the Beagle Boys 1951 , The Junior Woodchucks 1951 , Gyro Gearloose 1952 , Cornelius Coot 1952 , Flintheart Glomgold 1956 , John D Rockerduck 1961 and Magica De Spell 1961 The quality of his scripts and drawings earned him the nicknames The Duck Man and The Good Duck Artist People who work for Disney generally do so in relative anonymity the stories only carry Walt Disney s name and sometimes a short identification number Prior to 1960, the creator of these stories remained a mystery to his readers However, many readers recognized Barks work and drawing style, and began to call him the Good Duck Artist, a label which stuck even after his true identity was discovered by John and Bill Spicer in 1959 After Barks received a 1960 visit from Bill and John Spicer and Ron Leonard, he was no longer anonymous, as his name soon became known to his readers.Writer artist Will Eisner called him the Hans Christian Andersen of comic books In 1987, Barks was one of the three inaugural inductees of the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame From

    977 thoughts on “Donald Duck: Terror of the Beagle Boys”

    1. This was a birthday gift from my brother. It's the tenth volume in the series of Fantagraphics collections, although it's not like they're being released in order. The comics here see not only the introduction of the Beagle Boys, but also the organization of Junior Woodchucks to which Huey, Dewey, and Louie belong. In the first appearance of the criminal gang, they're actually successful, but not due to their own efforts so much as Scrooge and Donald's attempts to prevent them backfiring. The Be [...]


    2. É uma unanimidade mundial: as melhores, mais bem inventadas, mais complexas, mais informativas, mais engraçadas e mais bem desenhadas histórias dos patos de Walt Disney são as de Carl Barks!Seu estilo detalhado e de muita qualidade tornou-se inconfundível e sinônimo das melhores histórias. Aliados aos excepcionais desenhos, seus roteiros eram bastante sofisticados e incluíam informações sobre países, indústria, lendas, mitologia grega, nórdica, árabe, etc. Ouvi falar pela primeira [...]


    3. É uma unanimidade mundial: as melhores, mais bem inventadas, mais complexas, mais informativas, mais engraçadas e mais bem desenhadas histórias dos patos de Walt Disney são as de Carl Barks!Seu estilo detalhado e de muita qualidade tornou-se inconfundível e sinônimo das melhores histórias. Aliados aos excepcionais desenhos, seus roteiros eram bastante sofisticados e incluíam informações sobre países, indústria, lendas, mitologia grega, nórdica, árabe, etc. Ouvi falar pela primeira [...]


    4. Traditionally very good volume. Here we can find introduction of Beagle Boys, Bolivar, Junior Woodchucks or Scrooge's first dive into his money and few nice long stories like "Dangerous Disguise" or "In Old California". But besides that there are also great 10-pagers including two ones which are teaching us a lot about economy and are one of mine favourites: "A Financial Fable" and "Trouble with dimes". And more!


    5. The bulk of the stories in this have the typical Barksian charm and momentum in them. What makes this volume stand out, for me, is 'Donald Duck in Old California', maybe my favourite Barks tale yet. It's got this wistful quality to it, like the author is aching for an era that he wasn't even alive in. That wistfulness marks it as something more and personal than the usual goofy adventures of Donald and clan. Good stuff.


    6. A great addition to the Carl Barks Library! A nice eaxample of the many things Mr. Barks could do well.A sampler plate of Barks!


    7. Splendid old comics from the legendary pen of Carl Barks, (1901-2000) who created the magical world of "Duckburg" to accommodate Donald Duck, his nephews and several characters he created such as Scrooge McDuck and the Beagle Boys. All of these stories are from 1951, and feature Donald and the boys in a spy story in Monte Carlo, a trip to Alaska to recover one of Scrooge McDuck's lost gold ships, and a car accident in rural California and rescue by Indians that somehow dreamily transports the Du [...]


    8. One great story about Donald Duck, the nephews, and spies that veers closer to Mad Magazine territory that anything else I've seen from Carl Barks (there are spies and counterspies and counter-counterspies and ) A couple of good economics stories as well featuring Uncle Scrooge (of course), including one where everyone gets a piece of Scrooge's money and stops working, leading to a collapsed society that Uncle Scrooge (of course) takes advantage of.


    9. One of the best of the series so far. This volume includes the first appearance of the Beagle Boys, the first appearance of the Junior Woodchucks, Scrooge's first dive into his money, and a terrific sea monster.





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