Walt Disney's Donald Duck #280 (September 1993)
Donald and the boys find themselves in a fishy situation with cousin Gladstone Gander in Barks' "Salmon Derby." A series of classic 1930s "Silly Symphony" Sunday pages by Al Taliaferro feature a younger, brassier Donald Duck!
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #281 (November 1993)
The cover combines the work of Daan Jippes and Al Taliaferro. Barks' ten-pager "Ten-Star Generals," pits ex-Little Boonehead Donald's woodlore against the Junior Woodchucks. 1930s Donald Duck "Silly Symphony" Sunday strips by Al Taliaferro feature Donald at his rascally best.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #282 (January 1993)
After Gladstone finds a diamond in the park and rubs it in Donald's nose, Donald is determined to outdo him so he and the boys go scouring the desert for jewels in "Gemstone Hunters" by Carl Barks. Watch Donald find 101 ways to get into trouble in the "Silly Symphony" Sunday strips by Ted Osborne and Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #283 (March 1994)
Donald is on his way to the Winter Olympics - if he can outmaneuver Gladstone! - in "From Duckburg to Lillehammer," a new 12-page tale by Don Rosa. More of Al Taliaferro's Donald Duck Sunday newspaper strips from 1937 complete the issue in style. The cover features art by Rosa and Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #284(May 1994)
Donald's the king of cloud control, but jealousy may rain on his reign in "The Master Rainmaker," by Carl Barks. Our chronological reprinting of Al Taliaferro's Donald Duck continues with the first on the 1938 daily strips. The cover features art by Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #285 (July 1994)
When the nephews' pet chipmunk steals Donald's car keys during a trip through the south, trouble soon follows in "Cheltenham's Choice," another great ten-pager by Carl Barks. 1938 Donald Duck daily newspaper strips from the hand of duck master Al Taliaferro fill out the issue. Cover adapted from art by Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #286 (September 1994)
Featured in this 64-Page giant issue is Don Rosa's "The Duck Who Never Was," in which Donald gets bonked on the head by an ancient museum vase containing a genie who grants him one wish! In "The Case of the Vanishing Coats" written by Ted Osborne and penciled by Floyd Gottfredson, Donald and Mickey do their best to find out how clothes are mysteriously disappearing from Uncle Amos's shop. Next, the nephews have their hands full all night after Donald drinks a huge concoction of parsnip and banana oil and creamed gooseberries right before he goes to bed - in "The Birthday Boy" by William Van Horn. In Federico Pedrocchi's "The Secret of Mars" Donald gets kidnapped and taken to Mars, where he uncovers a nefarious plot by the evil Dr. Kraus. Also, Donald tries to plant a garden while the local gang of crows try to eat the seeds - in the "Victory Garden" by Carl Barks
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #287 (November 1994)
In "The Chickadee Challenge" by Carl Barks the Junior Woodchucks' honor is at stake after being challenged to a woodcraft challenge by the Little Chickadees! Experience an arsenal of antics in the Daily Donald Duck Strips by Bob Karp (art by Al Taliaferro.)
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #288 (January 1994)
In "Rants About Ants" by Carl Barks, Donald goes on a rampage when ants escape from the boys' art farm. Enjoy more crazy capers in the Daily Donald Duck Strips by Bob Karp.(art by Al Taliaferro.)
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #289(March 1995)
Huey, Dewey and Louie think they're giving Donald a furry fine Christmas gift in "Donald Duck and the Hammy Camel," a 1954 10 pager by Carl Barks - but Donald's not so sure! Also, 16 pages of 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro. Cover designed and adapted from panel art taken from Barks' lead tale.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #290 (May 1995)
Leading off is Carl Barks' 10-pager "Good Canoes and Bad Canoes," in which Donald finds himself up against his insufferably lucky cousin, Gladstone Gander. This time the rivals are competitors in a four-event canoe race. Will the duck be defeated, or will help arrive from an unexpected source? 16 pages of 1938 Donald Duck newspaper strips, drown by Al Taliaferro, round out the issue.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #291 (July 1995)
Donald is determined to become a flower expert, no matter what the cost to life or limb! "Fearsome Flowers" is a 1958 ten-pager by Carl Barks. The cover by Flemming Andersen of Europe ties in with the story. Also, 1930s daily strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #292 (September 1995)
Donald sees dollar signs after Gyro invents a lure that is irresistible to porpoises - in "Noble Porpoises" by Carl Barks. Also, a surplus of shenanigans from the 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro, as well as a special article about Taliaferro by Bruce Hamilton.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #293 (November 1995)
In "The Dye is Cast" by Carl Barks, disaster strikes Duckburg's water supply when Donald dumps a box of super dye into the reservoir rather than bug powder. Bruce Hamilton's special article about the 1940s "Hollywood Chatter by Minnie Mouse" is included as well as the famous Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #294 (January 1995)
Follow the adventures of Donald the "The Persistent Postman," by Carl Barks, as he delivers the strangest mail to the strangest places! More Donald disasters from the 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #295 (March 1996)
In "Donald Duck: Volunteer Fireman" by Carl Barks, Donald dreams of being recognized as a fire-fighting hero, but something always seems to get in the way! Donald gets into more hot water in the 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #296 (May 1996)
When Donald lands a new job as a Border Guard, slick smugglers make their move - in "Borderline Hero," by Carl Barks. More zany episodes with Donald from the 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #297 (July 1996)
In "The Littlest Chicken Thief" by Carl Barks, Donald and the boys think they can tame a little coyote but Grandma Duck knows better! Dozens of hilarious 1930s Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro round out the issue..
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #298 (September 1996)
Donald is invited to Daisy's Social Club's 'Suppressed Desire' party and goes as a
knight. Things go badly for Donald until he finds a way to shine - in Carl Barks' "Knight in Shining Armor." Tony Strobl's "Grandma is Stumped" puzzle and Al Taliaferro's masterly Donald Duck strips are also included.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #299 (November 1996)
In Carl Barks' "Life Guard Daze, " after a long spell of quiet at the beach, Donald longs for excitement to show his prowess as a lifeguard and excitement is what he gets! Daisy asks Donald to dog sit and when she gets back he may really be in the dog house! - in Tony Strobl's "The Dog Watcher." This issue's newspaper strips by Bob Karp and Al Taliaferro focus on Donald and the boys in their camping adventures.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #300 (January 1996)
The 300th issue of Donald Duck comics is celebrated with 48 pages of fun! Starting off with "Hero 300" by Mau Heymans, Donald is selected as 'hero of the year' and worshipped by the Duckburgians until they suddenly turn on him! In "Andold Wild Duck and the Runestones's curse!" by Marco Rota, join Andold (Donald in days of old?) as the commandant of Castle Walstaen - poised to battle the invading Vikings! It's a war of music and dance between Donald and Gladstone in "Disco Ducks" by Fred Milton and Daan Jippes.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #301 (March 1997)
In "The Smugsnorkle Squatty" by Carl Barks, Donald and the nephews battle as to who has the smartest dog! Donald's story of how he defeated the abominable snowman is in doubt by the nephews in Tony Strobl's "Self-Made Hero." Filling out the issue are more Donald Duck capers the the1930s newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #302 (May 1997)
The boys new gold-finder invention gets Donald into hot water with Daisy in "The Gold Finder" by Carl Barks. In "Terror in the Trash" (story by John Lustig and art by Vicar), Donald and the boys find out that one man's garbage is another man's treasure! Al Taliaferro entertains the readers with Donald exploits from his1930s newspaper strips.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #303 (July 1997)
In "The Cantankerous Cat" by Carl Barks, Donald thinks he can tame the local stray cat - against the advice of the nephews. Donald's winning first prize in the 'dream home' contest doesn't turn out the ways he expects - in "Donald's Dream house" by the Egmont Group. The issue is filled out with more great 1930s newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #304 (September 1997)
The Junior Woodchucks' glory rests with Donald winning the boxing fight with "Boldan True" the champion of the Goostown Burrow - in "Bubbleweight Champ " by Carl Barks. In "The Famous IOU" by The Egmont Group, Donald is hired by Uncle Scrooge to collect a debt from a reclusive movie star. More Al Taliaferro's gags are found in this issue's collection of 1930s newspaper strips.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #305 (November 1997)
In "Mockingbird Ridge" by Carl Barks, when Uncle Scrooge is looking for land with the right kind of echos, Donald and Gladstone each try to buy land that they expect to resell to Scrooge at a tidy profit. Not even Gladstone's uncanny luck can overcome Scrooge's ability to turn a profit! Donald's bragging gets him trouble with Daisy and he must do whatever it takes to get an autograph from the elusive adventurer, Mr. Gatsby - in "The Autograph" by the Egmont Group. More chortling is in store as you read over Al Taliaferro's 1930s newspaper strips.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #306 (January 1997)
Donald becomes so good at being a Master Cleaner, no job is challenging enough for him until he has to tackle Big Beth, the town hall clock - in "A Clean Case of Competence" - story and art by Fred Milton and Daan Yippes. Al Taliaferro's 1930s newspaper strips show Donald at his best/worst! Also included in this issue are short stories and gags by William Van Horn, Tony Strobl and John Lustig.
Walt Disney's Donald Duck #307 (March 1998)
In "Going to Sea" (story and art by Fred Milton and Daan Yippes), Donald stands on the wharf, dreaming of a life of adventure on the high seas - little realizing that, in a few moments, adventure/disaster awaits him! Through some strange act of nature, Donald's 'ordinary' cake wins 1st, 2nd AND 3rd prize - in William Van Horn's "Be My Gust." Donald Duck newspaper strips by Al Taliaferro and 1and 2 page gags by William Van Horn round out this issue. (FINAL ISSUE OF SERIES)