Here’s where the fun begins: awesome 1980s and 1990s comics based on the classic Disney Afternoon TV cartoons!
From the pages of Disney Adventures and its sister magazines come much-requested feature-length thrillers! In “Just Us Justice Ducks,” Darkwing Duck and DuckTales’ Gizmoduck are called to action when the Fearsome Five — Negaduck, Megavolt, Liquidator, Bushroot, and Quackerjack — successfully take over St. Canard! Then Goofy and Max take a trip on the open road… far from Max’s beloved Roxanne, but into the clutches of a Bigfoot in the original comics adaptation of A Goofy Movie! Then in “The Legend of the Chaos God,” an evil spirit named Solego is trapped in a priceless gem… and wreaks havoc on Cape Suzette, Duckburg, and St. Canard. It’s up to the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Scrooge McDuck, Darkwing, and the TaleSpin crew to stop him! “…Everybody’s busy, bringing you a Disney Afternoon!”
Pop culture writers and children’s authors David Cody Weiss and Bobbi JG Weiss, featured in this volume, have scribed hundreds of books and comics featuring Disney, Warner Bros., and DreamWorks properties. In the early 1990s, they were also two of the most prolific talents in Disney Adventures magazine’s beloved early days.
About the Author
Bobbi JG Weiss and David Cody Weiss are multimedia writers and editors whose work spans games, books, comics, and much more, for IP licenses such as Disney (90+ comics stories), Warner Bros., and DreamWorks.
Jonathan H. Gray is a cartoonist, translator, and educator. Gray’s writing and comics have been published by Disney, Archie, and IDW. He currently teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
John Blair Moore (1948–2018) was a prolific comic book and strip artist from St. Louis, Missouri. After being published in newspapers and creating a series for DC, Moore began writing and drawing comics for Disney and Egmont throughout the 1990s and into the 2000s.
Cosme Quartieri is an Argentine cartoonist and colorist who created Disney comics and contributed to Disney Adventures magazine throughout the 1990s.
Robert Bat is a cartoonist and inker working out of Argentina. Bat contributed to Disney comics, focusing on Ducks and Princesses, in the 1990s.
For those clamoring to read a classic adventure story starring Darkwing Duck and other beloved Disney properties, [this collection] looks to be a fun, must-read collection of some of their best stories.
— Screen Rant
A beloved animation hero dips his beak into new worlds of adventure in this new collection of awesome 1980s-90s comics inspired by classic Disney afternoon cartoons.
— Animation Magazine
Like many of Fantagraphics releases, this book offers Disney DuckFans great stories to enjoy. For many of us who grew up in the '90s this collection will be a great opportunity to experience these stories again or for the first time.
This collection transported me back thirty years to when I’d rush into the house after school and spread my homework out on the kitchen table to complete it while watching Darkwing Duck and company on a tiny 13 inch television.
— Panel Patter
Created with real heart and care for the properties at hand.