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by Erik Hedman,Wanda Gattino
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  • Author:
    Erik Hedman,Wanda Gattino
  • ISBN:
    1608865533
  • ISBN13:
    978-1608865536
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    KaBOOM!; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Animals
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    1665 kb
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    1807 kb
  • DJVU format
    1348 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    149
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Uncle Scrooge, the world’s most beloved penny-pinching patriarch of the Duck family, returns in an unprecedented game of cat and fowl! The wily witch, Magica d. .This is one volume you'll treasure so much, you'll want to lock it up in YOUR money bin Whether you are a long time Carl Barks fanatic, a Duck Tales fan, or someone who has not yet been thrilled by the adventures of Scrooge McDuck, this collection has a little something for everyone Scrooge McDuck stands poised to meet a new.

Uncle Scrooge, the world's most beloved penny-pinching patriarch of the Duck family, returns in an unprecedented game of cat and fowl! The wily witch, Magica de Spell, has set her sights, once again, on Scrooge's number-one dime, and will stop at nothing to get her hands on it once and for all! Hold on tight for a wild trip spanning from Duckburg to Denmark as Scrooge and his nephews fend off evil, and even uncover some treasure along the way in the epic "The Hunt for the Old Number One!" show more.

Uncle Scrooge: The Hunt for the Old Number One. Boom! Studios, 2010 Series.

Written by Erik Hedman. Art by Wanda Gattino.

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When Scrooge, Donald, and the nephews set off on a series of treasure hunts around the world, they are pursued everywhere by the witch Magica de Spell, who is after the magical first dime Scrooge ever made.

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Boy do these books take me back! I have recently started selling my old comics and these books are great for still having a few of the old stories around!
saafari
Not up to the Barks or Rosa standards, but fine for kids who may be looking for a new comic.
Elizabeth
Any true fan of Uncle Scrooge and the gang knows that the trademark quality that defines their best adventures is hard work. In the classic tales by masters Carl Barks and (more recently) Don Rosa, our heroes depended upon ingenuity and cleverness to achieve their goals and to escape from peril. It was usually their own extraordinary efforts that saved the day and rarely random chance solutions that presented themselves at the last moment. This quality required hard work on the parts of Scrooge, Donald, and the triplets, but even more so from the authors who had to plan carefully and research meticulously in order to provide exotic and adventurous mysteries and dilemmas with which a reasonable solution could always be found at the last moment.

Unfortunately, you won't see much of that hard work occurring in this volume, in which both heroes and villains depend upon an extraordinary amount of dumb luck in order to provide last minute surprises and solutions. The stories are certainly written in the style of the classic Carl Barks adventure stories, but writer Erik Hedman either fails to see or fails to deliver the substance beneath the window dressing. The characters feel generic and uninspired, the stories are all loosely plotted and barely strung together into a connecting story arc, and (as stated at length already), random chance plays the largest and most memorable role in these stories.

I gave this volume 3 stars because it is neither a remarkably good story nor a remarkably bad one. In fact, it's about as generic a story as a Carl Barks imitation can get. I strongly recommend skipping this volume (in spite of the great looking cover) and waiting for the next volume, Uncle Scrooge: Around the World in 80 Bucks, a truly fantastic Scrooge story that understands and respects the heart of this genre and its characters, and almost feels as if Barks wrote it himself.
Umrdana
Fine book