Disney & Cartoon Comics

Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #141 (1940 Series) June 1952 Dell Comics Grade G Feat. Carl Barks Art and Stories


  • Details
    Cover artist(s): Carl Barks. Witer(s): Carl Barks, Don Christensen and Bob Karp. Penciller(s): Carl Barks, Gil Turner, Al Taliaferro, Bill Wright, and Riley Thomson.

    Donald Duck in "The Think Box Bolix" 10 pages, story and art by Carl Barks. "L'il Bad Wolf" 6 pages, art by Gil Turner. "Grandma Duck" 8 pages, story by Don Christensen art by Bill Wright. Mickey Mouse in "The Mysterious Pill Plot" 6 pages, art by RIley Thomson (unconfirmed). "School Play" (Mickey's nephews). Basically 2 pages of book text with one art panel. Plus 2 short stories, each 1 page by Bob Karp and all art by Al Taliaferro.

    1st printing.
    Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded.
    This comic book is in used condition complete with cover and pages attached it has flaws that warrant a G grade.

    *1/2 spine split. Cover detatached at bottom staple.
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