Series: Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest DuckTales Stories

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Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest Ducktales Stories Volume 1 by Carl Barks1
Disney Presents Carl Barks' Greatest DuckTales Stories, Vol. 2 by Carl Barks2

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  4. The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney's Donald Duck #1 Four Color #9-223 1942-1949 by Carl Barks (1984)
  5. Walt Disney Treasures: Disney Comics: 75 Years of Innovation by Floyd Gottfredson (2006)
  6. Donald Duck And Uncle Scrooge: Somewhere In Nowhere (Walt Disney Presents) by John Lustig (2005)
  7. Uncle Scrooge Adventures, Barks/Rosa Collection Vol. 1: Land of the Pygmy Indians / War of the Wendigo by Don Rosa (2007)
  8. Showcase Presents: House of Mystery, Vol. 1 by Scott Nybakken (2006)
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  10. Casper the Friendly Ghost by Leslie Cabarga (2007)
  11. The Muppet Show Comic Book: Meet The Muppets (Muppet Graphic Novels (Quality)) by Roger Langridge (2009)
  12. Uncle Scrooge #322 by Walt Disney (2003)
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  15. Donald Duck Adventures Volume 2 by Walt Disney (2003)

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