Uncle Scrooge #392

Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: June 9, 2010 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 9.0
    Major Spoilers - Stephen Schleicher Jun 13, 2010

    All I need to do is even mention DuckTales to friends and colleagues and they immediately go off on their childhood love for the television series. Anyone who has any love for the television series owes it to themselves to get to the comic book store and pick up a copy of Uncle Scrooge #392. There is a good adventure, a solid story, and features all the beloved characters from the television series. Granted, there's no Bubba Duck, but I did say the issue features all the beloved characters from the television series. Uncle Scrooge #392 is a good book, and deserves 4.5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    cxPulp - Walt Kneeland Jun 11, 2010

    This is a great issue, whether for regular readers, or to simply pick up as your first-ever. It should be of particular enjoyment to fans--new and old--of the classic DuckTales animated series. And at $2.99, the time one has to spend to read the entire issue provides a much better value than many comics on the market today. When considered beyond just the story and the art, the nostalgia factor heightens the overall enjoyment of this issue. Highly recommended. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 9, 2010

    Readers like me who were a tad discouraged by the relative lack of DuckTales elements in the main story will at least have the backup feature to fall back on. Penned by writers from the Disney Adventures magazine, this tale evokes much more of what I loved about the cartoon. Webby does appear in this one, as does Scrooge's accountant/superhero Fenton Crackshell. The plot involves Webby and the nephews attempting to build their own Gizmoduck suit. When the Beagle Boys stop by for another dose of attempted robbery, the quartet find the perfect opportunity to put their new toy to use. This segment is every bit as fun as the main story. Even better, it really does feel like a lost snippet of the cartoon. With any luck, future issues will manage that effect on a more consistent basis. But even if not, Uncle Scrooge continues to offer the same charming storytelling it has for decades. Read Full Review

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