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    Walt Disney Comic Album Series Hardback Volumes I-III (Gladstone, 1984). One of the most endearing and enduring characters in history, Uncle Scrooge, was the brainchild of the ever-inventive Carl Barks for Walt Disney. Nobody in Scrooge's long history could bring him to life like the inimitable Carl "Duckman" Barks. If you could not afford the original comic books, and who could, the next best things were the beautiful,l high-quality reprints published by Gladstone. This series was a library of Uncle Scrooge by Carl Barks. Here you get the first three volumes that reprint: Vol. I - Four Color #386 (#1)-5; Vol. II - #6-10; and Vol. III - #11-15. These are top-of-the-line reproductions and will hold an honored place on your book shelf. The volumes are bound in leather with gold-stamped spines and a vignette of Donald and Mickey with the Gladstone logo on the front cover. Original issue price for these books was $125 each. The amazingly original shrink-wrap is still on these books so if you are so inclined you can be the first to peruse these stories.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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