The top-billed series continues! Join Uncle Scrooge, Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and all their Duckburg friends as they hunt for treasure on awesome adventures!
Scrooge's treasure hunts can lead to some pretty spooky places, and spooky comes in all sorts of packages! But whether they're trying to outwit the ghost of Nostradogmas, discover the creepy secret of the Pumpkin People, or solve the mystery of a town where not everything is what it seems, Scrooge and the gang have it covered. It's all just water off a duck's back to them!
Collects issues #3-5 of the ongoing series.
About the Author
Joey Cavalieri is a comics writer and editor with numerous credits for both DC and Marvel. With over 30 years of experience in the comic industry, Joey has worked on such wide-ranging titles as Detective Comics, The Flash, Spider-Man 2099, Action Comics, Superman, Justice, Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Green Lantern, Justice Society of American, and many, many others.
Luca Usai is an Italian comic artist. His passion for cartooning and animation first emerged after he saw The Sword in the Stone as a child. He studied at the Istituto Europe di Design in Milan and attended the Disney academy. Since then he's worked on the comics adaptations of many or Disney's greatest franchises, including Up, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, and Cars. He's also drawn for the long-running Disney comic series Topolino.
"The series is a great way to bring people my age nostalgia and younger generations a new love for DuckTales. This issue is another fun comic book full of adventure and comedy that makes for a great comic book reading experience." –Comics: The Gathering
"The comic still thrives upon being the companion book for the Disney XD (Disney Channel) series filling the void left by the hiatus of the series that fans can enjoy time and time again until the return of the DuckTales episodes." –DisKingdom.com
"If youre enjoying the new DuckTales series, I would really suggest you give this comic a read. Odds are, if you like the show, youre already a comic book fan anyway, and these comics definitely hold to the high writing standard set by the show, and give you valuable insight into the past adventures of the older members of the Duck family." –Geekery Magazine