Carl Barks' Duck: Average American (Critical Cartoons)

 Carl Barks' Duck: Average American (Critical Cartoons) PDF ePub book

From 1942 to his retirement in 1966, Carl Barks drew Donald Duck comic books (the seventh greatest comic of the twentieth century according to The Comics Journal) for Walt Disney. He took what should have been a bland franchise and turned it into a classic of comics. Drawing on his own experiences (most notably a brief stint as a chicken farmer), Barks went to create a character who was remarkable...

Series: Critical Cartoons (Book 2)
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Uncivilized Books (January 20, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0988901404
ISBN-13: 978-0988901407
Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.2 x 6 inches
Amazon Rank: 643222
Format: PDF ePub fb2 djvu book

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Interesting background stories from some of Carl Barks better known duck stories. I did not agree with everything Mr. Schiling brought out, however, he did point out several items that I had overlooked for years. I have been a Barks fan from the ver...

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not being remarkable. In his pursuit of a good job, his boredom with suburban life, his temper, his squabbles with neighbors, and his resolve in the face of his many failures, Barks's Donald Duck was truly your average American.Peter Schilling, Jr. is the author of The End of Baseball and writes about film and the arts for a variety of publications. He has been reading and studying Carl Barks's entire catalog since he was a child.