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An unexpected legal case involving ship cruises leads to Scrooge earning his seventh million in a story titled (very conveniently) “My Seventh Million.” Then, in “The Only Thing I Fear,” Scrooge comes face-to-face with (you guessed it!) his greatest fear! Lastly, in “Generosity,” Scrooge shows the Beagle Boys a token of his (dis)affection.
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Zounds! What disaster doth await when the Beagle Boys hatcheth yet another plan to soweth chaos and discord in Uncle Scrooge’s world? When a Renaissance Faire comes to Duckburg, things get positively… well, medieval for Scrooge and his nephews. But is there a knight in shining armor waiting in the wings to save the day? Probably not, but it will be an event to remembereth in “The Renaissance Faire…Affair!”
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Fethry Duck takes center stage this issue in four stories new to the U.S.! In “The Golden Domino,” Fethry plans to enter a competition in Duckburg, but when Uncle Scrooge demands Donald Duck help, things quickly go awry. In “The Uncertain Service,” Fethry’s time at the tennis court is anything but an ideal workout; then, Fethry’s London vacation leads to some… unique photos in “Holiday Snapshots.” Lastly, Fethry enlists Donald’s help with a very mysterious package for Ludwig Von Drake, but can the latter make it through the experience?!
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It’s story time at Grandma Duck’s farm, and this time Uncle Scrooge tells Donald and the nephews how he made his sixth million dollars in the appropriately-titled “My Sixth Million.” Then, what should be a simple business deal for Uncle Scrooge instead becomes “The Dessert Disaster.” So end the year with two stories guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth before another year of new-to-the-U.S. stories begins!
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After successfully charting an uncharted island, Uncle Scrooge, Launchpad, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby head back to McDuck Manor. But the Launchpad that leaves the island with them is different than the one that arrived, and it’s really upsetting Dewey! As Launchpad acts more and more out of character, Dewey is determined to get to the bottom of things before they get too out of hand! Find out if he succeeds in “Will the Real Launchpad Please Stand Up?”
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Uncle Scrooge and company return with all-new stories never before seen in the U.S.! Not everyone wishes Uncle Scrooge a happy birthday as Magica De Spell is once again up to her old tricks in “The Vortex of Time!”; in “The World of Ideas,” Gyro Gearloose’s latest invention allows Uncle Scrooge and the nephews to experience reality in a way they’ve never done before-with (almost) un-chaotic results for Uncle Scrooge! Then, “The Helpful Hammock” may be Donald Duck’s favorite thing in the world, but it leaves Uncle Scrooge unhappy with his lazy nephew… until he too succumbs to the hammock’s powers of relaxation! But what does that mean for his business?!
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It’s another exciting collection of all-new adventures with three special double-length stories! What will Uncle Scrooge, Gyro Gearloose, Mrs. Beakley, Webby, Huey, Dewey, and Louie get up to this time? Find out in “The Greatest Invention He’s Never Had,” “The Incredible Shrinking Webby,” and “Marooned in Mystery Manor!” Collects DuckTales issues #15-17.
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It’s the holiday season, and what better way to celebrate love, joy, good cheer, friends, and family than with eight moments brand new to the U.S.! There are plenty of heartwarming stories in this collection, so spend this Christmas with all your favorites as they celebrate the season in style!
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Life on the farm is not easy, especially when you’re twelve years old and you really can’t stand life getting in the way of YOUR life! But all of a sudden Donald finds himself thrown into a new one that might be much better when he moves to the big city to attend a fancy school with lots of new kids to become friends with. However, things are actually not as easy as they seem. Donald will fall in love, deal with new teachers, homework, assorted crazy adventures, and realize that growing up is really difficult, especially when you’re really only a kid!
Celebrate Donald Duck’s 85th anniversary with this special eight-part story brand-new to the U.S.!
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It’s the continuation of how Uncle Scrooge earned his first millions with the first of four new stories! In “My Fifth Million,” find out how Scrooge became a pentamillionaire through luck, hard work, and unquestioning vision. Actually, better make that poor vision, as you’ll find out! Then, in “The Paradoxical Protest,” the Beagle Boys decide to stop attacking Scrooge’s Money Bin and instead go on strike. But is that actually good news for Scrooge’s finances, or a monetary disaster waiting to happen?