There's sight gags galore and the spoken jokes are on point too. The comic even has a solid backup story and a one-page gag strip to cap it all off. It's a lot of bang for your buck. Uncle Scrooge would be proud. Read Full Review
Donald and the boys find out the manager of the hotel is swindling money from the hotel and they chase him into of all places, Disneyland. There's a myriad of cameos and locales shown from the classic amusement park that most Disney-philes will enjoy. There's also 2 backup stories in a thick package of a book sure to please most any fans of this material. For new readers, it's an acquired taste but I'm thinking the vintage look and appeal of the book is a big bonus. Read Full Review
All around awesome. The first story is part one of two about a con artist trying the shist money out of "poor" Scrooge. The second is the best one. It has a surprise twist that if you like me love it when Uncle Scrooge gets something he hadn't bargained for. The art as always is crisp and vibrant. The story is witty and intriguing a total must buy.