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Walt Disney's Donald Duck : The Daily Newspaper Comics: 1945-1947 (Hardcover) (Al Taliaferro)
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Direct from the Disney Vaults! As the Second World War comes to a close in 1945, readers are kept guffawing with their daily dose of mayhem, featuring the one-and-only Donald Duck!Once society began to settle into a post-war calm the comics pages grew even more manic, with Donald and his nefarious nephews playing havoc with anytning that passed for normal. As Alberto Becattini observes in his exlusive introduction to this volume, the town where the Ducks dwell was the home of frantic frivolity–and plenty of graffiti featuring the names "Al" and "Bob"! There are insider chuckles and all-ages belly laughs aplenty in these strips, collected in an archival edition for the first time ever! This fourth volume includes 750 sequential daily comic strips from July 2, 1945 - December 31, 1947.
Number of Pages: 268
Publisher: Random House Inc
Volume number: 4
Author: Al Taliaferro
Street Date: June 6, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-38-7910
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