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Don Rosa The Duck Who Never Was 1994 p6 by Don Rosa - Comic Strip
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Don Rosa The Duck Who Never Was 1994 p6

Comic Strip
1994
Ink
45 x 32 cm (17,72 x 12,6 in.)
Cm
Upper Halfpage
Lower Halfpage

Inscriptions

Signed twice

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Beautiful page (page 6) from the Don Rosa classic (The Duck Who Never Was). Don did this 16-page story in 1994 to celebrate Donald’s 60th birthday.
A disillusioned Donald finds himself (spoiler-alert - while dreaming) in a World where he was not born and Duckburg had to evolve without him.
This great page starts with a (slightly modified) look back at Carl Bark’s first story featuring Giro Gearloose, before we are confronted with little Helpers lifeless form...next we have the Money Bin and a surprise meeting with Grandma Duck...really beautiful shots of Donald...

About Don Rosa

Keno Don Hugo Rosa (/ˈkiːnoʊ ˈdɑːn ˈroʊzə/), known simply as Don Rosa, is an American comic book author and illustrator known for his stories about Scrooge McDuck, Donald Duck and other Disney characters. Many of his stories are built on characters and locations created by Carl Barks, including the story that brought him to fame as a modern Disney artist – the Harvey Award-nominated comic, The Son of the Sun. Rosa created about 90 stories between 1987 and 2006. In 1995 he won the Eisner Award for "Best Serialized Story" for his 12-chapter work The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck.

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