Carl barks and the disney comic book

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Series :: The Complete Carl Barks Disney Library

While Gottfredson established 'Mickey Mouse' as a comics character in the newspapers, Barks did the same for 'Donald Duck' in the comic books. Both combined high quality illustration work with a talent for captivating storytelling. Each artist enriched their characters' universe with colourful and recurring personalities, which are still used by many Disney comics artists today. Yet the admiration for Barks goes further, almost to cult levels. Compared with many other "funny animal comics" his characters feel more real, believable and relatable. Donald and his nephews are portrayed far more intelligent and sympathetically than their original cartoon versions.
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The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck by Don Rosa (Disney, Carl Barks, Ducktales, Comics)

Carl Barks

This list of Carl Barks' Disney stories is incomplete as it does not contain covers and unpublished comics, and some titles, writers and exact dates in the list are unknown. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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As a cartoonist, Carl Barks was no quack—although his characters were. Born March 27, , and raised on an Oregon farm, Carl worked a variety of jobs, ranging from logger to factory worker, before he became a freelance artist in the s. A self-taught cartoonist—influenced by the Mickey Mouse newspaper strip—Carl caught wind that the Walt Disney Studio was hiring artists and beat tracks to Hollywood. He joined the animation department in Within a few months, Carl moved to the story department where he helped write stories for cartoons, including the Donald Duck shorts Modern Inventions and Timber. In , he began developing comic books, starting with Donald Duck Finds Pirate Gold , and continued creating comic books until his retirement in

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