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  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Publisher: FANTAGRAPHICS (8 Dec. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606994743
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606994740
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 2.3 x 26.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 249,412 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Peter Richardson VINE VOICE on 3 Jan. 2012
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I've been an ardent fan of Carl Barks' Donald Duck comics for over forty years. When I first encountered these stories I realized I was being entertained by a master storyteller. His rich and incisive characterizations of Donald and his nephews as well as his creation of a host of richly delineated supporting characters had me hooked from the off. In fact it is Barks's support cast, not least of which is Donald's miserly, money grubbing Uncle Scrooge, that informs and shapes so much of the stories that are presented in this introductory volume.

The first volume of what will be a thirty volume collection, is not chronologically the first of Barks Duck stories. Fantagraphics have wisely chosen to kick off their series with the stories from December 1948 through to August 1949. The stories are broken down into three sections, commencing with the epic adventures at the start, including the title story "Lost in the Andes", which many connoisseurs of Barks regard as his masterpiece and also including "The Golden Christmas Tree", "Race to the South Seas", a story dominated by Donald's insufferably lucky Gladstone Gander and lastly a truly weird story entitled "Voodoo Hoodoo".

These are followed by a run of the short ten page stories that Bark's created for the monthly Walt Disney's Comics and Stories as well as an eight page Christmas story from the rare Firestone Giveaway Comic. The stories are all mini masterpieces and add even more depth to Uncle Scrooge and the aforementioned Gladstone Gander. All the single page strips as well as all the relevant Barks covers are included. Readers coming to these stories for the first time (how I envy them) will by this stage be totally seduced and desperate for more of Barks.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christoffer on 7 July 2012
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There have been many attempts to reprint Carl Barks cartoons over the years.. But all collections fail because of poor choice in colour, paper, censorship etc...
But this new series is amazing. Magic even!. The format is same size as the original mags from the 40-60s.. the colouring is spectacular, the paper and book it self is totally well selected..
Finally - the book cover, layout and extra material.. again, so well done.
A super modern book paying a lot of respect to both hard core Barks fans as wells a newcomers.
And it's at a very good price.

Can't wait to get them all..
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Squirr-El TOP 50 REVIEWER on 3 May 2013
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This volume reprints the Donald Duck stories of Carl Barks from 1948 and 1949. It is the first volume of a new `Carl Barks Library' dedicated to reprinting his comic book stories of Donald Duck and his Uncle Scrooge. It contains 200 pages of comics, along with an Introduction and Story Notes. The stories are separated into the longer `Adventures', the `Shorter Stories' and the `Gags' -
P001: Lost in the Andes
P033: The Golden Christmas Tree
P053: Race to the South Seas!
P075: Voodoo Hoodoo
P107: `The Short Stories"
P109: Toyland
P117: The Crazy Quiz Show
P127: Truant Officer Donald
P137: Donald Duck's Worst Nightmare
P147: Pizen Spring Dude Ranch
P157: Rival Beachcombers
P167: The Sunken Yacht
P177: Managing the Eco System
P187: Plenty of Pets
P197: "The Gags"
P198: Jumping to Conclusions
P199: The True Test
P200: Ornaments on the Way
P201: Too Fit to Fit
P202: Sleepy Sitters
P203: Slippery Shine
P204: Tunnel Vision
P205: Story Notes

The 8-page introduction by Donald Ault is a short biography of Carl Barks; the 22 pages of Story Notes, which include 4 full-page covers and several relevant comic-book panels, give a detailed analysis of each story, which can be skipped if you have the good fortune to not be an obsessive footnote reader... The stories will be collected in chronological order, but the volumes will be released `out of sequence', so this is not actually volume 1, but the beginning of Carl Barks' `golden age' of storytelling. The first volume of Uncle Scrooge, released next in this series, is actually volume 12 in chronological order.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Squirr-El TOP 50 REVIEWER on 5 Aug. 2014
Format: Hardcover
This volume reprints the Donald Duck stories of Carl Barks from 1948 and 1949. It is the first volume of a new `Carl Barks Library' dedicated to reprinting his comic book stories of Donald Duck and his Uncle Scrooge. It contains 200 pages of comics, along with an Introduction and Story Notes. The stories are separated into the longer `Adventures', the `Shorter Stories' and the `Gags' -
P001: Lost in the Andes
P033: The Golden Christmas Tree
P053: Race to the South Seas!
P075: Voodoo Hoodoo
P107: `The Short Stories"
P109: Toyland
P117: The Crazy Quiz Show
P127: Truant Officer Donald
P137: Donald Duck's Worst Nightmare
P147: Pizen Spring Dude Ranch
P157: Rival Beachcombers
P167: The Sunken Yacht
P177: Managing the Eco System
P187: Plenty of Pets
P197: "The Gags"
P198: Jumping to Conclusions
P199: The True Test
P200: Ornaments on the Way
P201: Too Fit to Fit
P202: Sleepy Sitters
P203: Slippery Shine
P204: Tunnel Vision
P205: Story Notes

The 8-page introduction by Donald Ault is a short biography of Carl Barks; the 22 pages of Story Notes, which include 4 full-page covers and several relevant comic-book panels, give a detailed analysis of each story, which can be skipped if you have the good fortune to not be an obsessive footnote reader... The stories will be collected in chronological order, but the volumes will be released `out of sequence', so this is not actually volume 1, but volume 7, but it is the beginning of Carl Barks' `golden age' of storytelling. The first volume of Uncle Scrooge, released next in this series, is actually volume 12 in chronological order.
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