Walt Disney's Duck Album, no. 686


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Walt Disney's Duck Album, no. 686


This comic features Disney's duck family: Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Grandma Duck, and the kids Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Notably, the publisher Dell Comics did not print the Comics Code Authority stamp of approval on its comic book covers, and instead insisted on the wholesomeness of its publications. This "Duck Album" issue was drawn by mainstay Disney artist Tony Strobl. While Carl Barks is perhaps the best known "Duck artist" for his work on Scrooge McDuck, Anders Berglund has documented how "after 1954, it was Strobl who was responsible for a majority of the content in Donald Duck." (Reference: Anders Berglund, "Ducks Aren't Barks Only: Here's the Classic Donald Duck of Tony Strobl," The Art Bin, http://art-bin.com/art/strobleng.html)




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