Rumble Seat Roadster by Carl Barks
GUESS WHAT FRIENDS IT’S COVER DUMP TIME AGAIN, Edition # “Scrooge McDuck is a Piece Of Work ain’t he”
god i just found this again while folder cleaning
one of the few crossdressing ducks that didn’t make me break out in hives, on account of not having been forced to do it for emasculating reasons or anything, it’s just a practical solution to daisy having too many obligations since they look exactly, and i mean exactly the same
one of those obligations was manning a kissing booth for charity and donald punching a catcaller in the face escalates into guys just fucking lining up to get decked by a cute little duck
get on his fucking level, mickey
Donald in comics is the best and we can’t be friends if you disagree.
I’M GONNA GUSH ABT DONALD’S ARK BC IF YOU HAVENT SEEN IT WHAT ARE YOU DOING???
FIRST OF ALL?? It was wonderful animation! Some of the best I’ve seen from Disney
It includes Donald’s horrible bad luck
IT HAS DAISY?? BEING A BEAUTIFUL AND AMAZING, CARING GIRLFRIEND
LOOK AT THAT!!!
Also it has this
more good Donny slapstick
The whole trip on Noah’s ark, Don and Daisy think they’ve lost each other in the flood.
BUT ONCE THEY GET TO THE NEW WORLD THEY FIND EACH OTHER AND THEY’RE SO HAPPY!!!
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD FIND FANTASIA 2000 SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS SHORT
I love and adore the animation and the story of this so, so much… and Daisy’s and Donald’s relationship… is portrayed in such a touching, heartbreakingly beautiful way here…
Thank you for sharing this here, everyone needs to know how amazing this movie is.. Especially this part of the movie :“’D it’s so dang adorable
Happy Valentine’s Day, duck fans!
Before you bid adieu to the Christmas season (which I won’t be bidding adieu to for another week or so), here is one of Carl Barks’ greatest yarns, “A Christmas for Shacktown,” from Four Color #367 (January 1952).
If I were a Disney animation executive, I’d have this story lifted wholesale from the printed page, without changing a word, and scheduled to air as a primetime animated Christmas special in December 2018.
Now, that would be a Christmas miracle…
Sidenote: Notice how Scrooge utters variations of the phrase “only a poor old man” at different intervals in the story. Obviously, it was kicking around in the Good Duck Artist’s head, probably because “Only a Poor Old Man,” a.k.a. Uncle Scrooge #1, was mere months away from being published in Four Color #386 (March 1952).
Some of the Duck pictures from Wdw!!!! Will upload pics of me and Donald and Daisy later!!!!
Tomorrow, it’s the last Uncle Scrooge of the year, featuring the return of O.K. Quack!
Which cover is your favorite? One of them looks like it was meant for Donald Duck before that title was put on hiatus…
Ahhhh…it’s my favorite time of year!