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Four Color Comics (1942) - #9
"Donald Duck #1"
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Cover Artist(s):
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Cover Date: October 1942
Cover Price: US $ 0.10

Issue Tagline: Donald Duck finds Pirate Gold!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 64 pages

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Carl Barks Collection (2005) HC vol. 01
Carl Barks Collection (2005) #1
The Carl Barks Library of Donald Duck Adventures in Color (1992) #1

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Penciller(s):
Hank Porter

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Hank Porter

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An image for Black Pete exists Black Pete
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Writer(s):
Homer Brightman
Bob Karp

Penciller(s):
Carl Barks
Jack Hannah

Inker(s):
Carl Barks
Jack Hannah

Colorist(s):
Western Publishing Production Shop

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An image for Black Pete exists Black Pete
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This story is significant for containing Carl Barks' first comic book work.
According to Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book (Michael Barrier, 1982), this story derives from unproduced storyboards by Homer Brightman for "Morgan's Ghost", an unproduced Disney feature which would have starred Mickey, Goofy and Donald. Thus Bob Karp is technically the "adapter", rather than the writer.

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