Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #22 (September 1993)
When Scrooge discovers a letter describing a hidden gold mine, he packs off with Donald and the nephews to find "The Prize of Pizarro," by Barks. Then, Gyro Gearloose tries to find water for Grandma Duck's farm in "To Divine is to Err" by the Gutenberghus Group.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #23 (November 1993)
This double-sized helping of our favorite miser is topped by a fully painted cover by Mel Crawford. Features a 32-page Paul Murry story starring Scrooge, Donald and Mickey attempting to thwart the machinations of the Phantom Blot and his cohorts, the Beagle Boys. There's also a "Financial Fable" by Barks, and from Denmark, a working vacation for Uncle Scrooge.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #24 (January 1993)
In "The Little Gronins" by Paul Halas & Brian Claxton Scrooge's hydroelectric project is being sabotaged by mysterious little people and he, Donald and the boys try to discover their identity. Next, Gyro figures out a way to trap lightning in a box so he can sell it to consumers. Unfortunately, not all goes as planned - in "Trapped Lightning" by Carl Barks. The third story, "Minus de Milo" by Paul Don Hinrichsen - art by Vicar, takes us on a time-travel adventure 2000 years in the past to discover the location of the arms and head of a priceless Grecian statue.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #25 (March 1994)
Penny-pinching Uncle Scrooge refuses to buy new glasses, giving the Beagle Boys a chance to pinch his fantasticatillions! Now Donald and the kids must try to help reclaim the McDuck fortune in "The Money Well," a book-filling 26-page reprint of the Carl Barks classic, sporting a new cover by Don Rosa.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #26(May 1994)
The cover of this double-sized issue is from a Carl Barks' painting based on our lead-off story "Back to the Klondike." This landmark Uncle Scrooge epic features art not included in the original comic! Then, the world's richest duck explains the mysteries of finance in the much requested "Uncle Scrooge and Money," drawn by Tony Stobl. Don't miss this one!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #27 (July 1994)
Check it out, duck fans - this issue features the first U.S. printing of Don Rosa's 28-page epic, "Guardians of the Lost Library"! When he can't buy the collected knowledge of the Junior Woodchucks, Uncle Scrooge takes the nephews on a world-spanning search for the lost library of Alexandria, with some surprising results!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #28 (September 1994)
This 64-page double-size special leads off with one of Barks' most famous stories - "The Land Beneath the Ground," in which Scrooge, Donald and the boys discover strange creatures that are about to shake Duckburg with their earthquakes! Then, in Romano Scarpa's "The Man From Oola Oola - Part One," Scooge's incredible new computer will not work properly except for someone it likes - and the only person it seems to like is Mr. Bunz from a remote island called Oola Oola. Rounding out the issue is Vic Lockman's "High-Tech Crooks" where the Beagle Boys bring in their cousin, Supersensitive-176, to crack Scrooge's money bin! $7.00
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #29 (November 1994)
In Romano Scarpa's "The Man From Oola Oola - Part Two," the boys uncover a sinister plot to suck Scrooge's money from his money bin into the huge new computer without him knowing it! But where does it go from there? Following this is a special article entitled "The Man From Oola-Oola: a Fable About Friendship" by Alberto Becattini and Leonardo Gori. The second story is "Danger Island" by John Kane and Charlie Martin, when Scrooge, Donald and the boys get shipwrecked on a mysterious island that has a fairy-tale-like castle on it!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #30 (January 1994)
This 64-page double-size special leads off with another of Barks' most famous stories - "The Golden Fleecing," in which Scrooge is kidnapped by strange-looking characters and brought to the fabled land of Colchis. Then, in Romano Scarpa's "The Lentils of Babylon - Part One," the Beagle Boys find a huge cache of ancient lentils and figure out a way to cause ruin to Scrooge and profit for them..
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #31(March 1995)
"The Lentils from Babylon" continues with part 2, in which Uncle Scrooge's business with the seemingly legit Beagle Boys takes a turn for the strange! This newly translated story comes from the pen of Italian comic legend Romano Scarpa. Don Rosa provides an all-new cover.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #32 (May 1995)
Is the "World's Richest Duck" doomed to be a penniless pauper? The answer lies in the conclusion of "The Lentils from Babylon," the newly-translated epic from Italian comic book legend Romano Scarpa. This installment continues the saga of Scrooge's partnership with his nefarious enemies, the Beagle Boys. Backing up the issue is a Gyro Gearloose short by Vic Lockman. Cover by Don Rosa.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #33 (July 1995)
This 64-page issue is truly a collector's item! First, the U.S. premiere of "Horsing Around With History," Carl Barks' newest story, with art by William Van Horn. Uncle Scrooge, Donald, and the boys are on a secret trip to find the Trojan Horse - but it might not be as secret as they think! Then, from the first Uncle Scrooge comic book in 1952, Carl Barks' "Only a Poor Old Man," in which Uncle Scrooge sinks his fortune to keep it from the Beagle Boys! The painted cover by William Van Horn illustrates the lead story.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #34 (September 1995)
Leading off this issue is "The Money Counting Machine, " story and art by David Gerstein and Daniel Branca - a Beagle Boy scheme to steal Scrooge's riches that ........well, you'll just have to read it! In "Beagle Bug-Off" by Vic Lockman, Gyro invents a spray for Scrooge that repels all Beagle Boys - but it also attracts flies!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #35 (November 1995)
In "The Treasure Temple of Khaos" by Jan Kruse, Scrooge finds a floor plan of the ancient Temple of Khaos and hires Donald and the boys to accompany him on this search for vast riches. Also included are two special "The Year That Was 1941" features - "Goofy Questions" (riddles from Goofy) and "Hollywood Chatter" by Minnie Mouse.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #36 (January 1995)
There's a strange tale of Diamonds and ghosts back on the old McDuck lands in Scottland and Scrooge, Donald and the boys are game to unravel the mystery - in "The Diamond of Duncan McDuck." (story/art by Jan Kruse and Ben Verhagen) When Gyro invents something and has no idea of its purpose, Scrooge just HAS to find out what it does - in "Throwaway Invention" by Dwight Decker.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #37 (March 1996)
In "Colossus of the Nile - Part I" by Romano Scarpa, Scrooge is tricked by the Beagle Boys into thinking there is platinum beneath the imposing sculpture of Ramses II on the shore of the Nile river. However, the Beagles Boys have their eye on the statue itself and what lies inside of it!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #38 (May 1996)
In "Colossus of the Nile - Part II" by Romano Scarpa, Scrooge is disappointed not to find any platinum but finds a different treasure instead, while Donald uncovers the Beagle Boys' secret plot to steal the statue. In the last story, does one of the Beagle Boys actually go legit?! Find out in "Their Hero, Cousin Zero" by Vic Lockman.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #39 (July 1996)
Issue #39 contains one of Carl Barks' most famous and beloved stories, "Tralla La". Scrooge, his nerves frazzled by all the demands on him because of his vast fortune, has been ordered by his doctor to recuperate in a place where there is no money - a place in the Himalayan mountains called Tralla La.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #40 (September 1996)
Join the adventure and Scrooge and Donald head to Nomoola, a remote village in the snowy Alps, in order to find the rarest Dog in the world. Will Scrooge win the 1 skyrillion dollar prize for most exotic dog? Find out in "The World's Rarest Dog" by Tom Anderson. In "The Hi-Tech, Low-Down Blues" (story/art by John Lustig and Daniel Branca) Scrooge's computer breaks down right after it says he owes a billion dollars in taxes. Luckily (?) Donald just happens by with Mr. Wonderful, a robot who is the ultimate office machine. Oh Oh!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #41 (November 1996)
This issue features Parts 1,2 & 3 of "The Starkos Statue." (art by Vicar) After their ship goes down in a violent storm at sea, Scrooge, Donald and the boys drift through a strange fog that seems to have altared time.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #42 (January 1996)
In this issue's full-length story, "Treasure of Marco Polo" by Carl Barks, Scrooge, Donald and the boys get enmeshed in the internal conflict in Unsteadystan, after they find a treasure map in the broken-off tail of a jade elephant.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #43 (March 1997)
Scrooge, Donald and the boys go 'down under' to investigate why sheep on his Australian ranch keep disappearing - in "The Queen of the Wild Dog Pack" by Carl Barks.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #44 (May 1997)
Can Scrooge's Number One Dime survive an attack by TWO Magica De Spells? Find out in "Two in One," story and art by David Gerstein and Daniel Branca. In Carl Barks' "Gyro Gearloose: Inventor of Anything," Gryo's speedy gas helps out a friend's car and also solves a problem with his pesky neighbor! Rounding out the issue is "Sheepish Ranger," story and art by Gerstein and Vicar. In order to be hired as overseer of Scrooges' ranch, Donald has to catch the wolf that scared the previous owner away.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #45 (July 1997)
"The Secret of the Duckburg Triangle" (story by the Disney Studio and art by the Jaime Diaz Studio) is this issue's feature story. What starts off as a simple beach-combing effort, turns into a treasure hunt in the Duckburg Triangle!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #46 (September 1997)
Leading off this issue is "The Tides Turn" (story by The Egmont Group art by Daniel Branca). Scrooge's life is turned upside down when the Beagle Boys steel his second most valuable object, The Conquistador's Helmet, the possession of which gives its owner the rights to the hill on which Scrooge's money bin sits! Next, Gyro invents something that actually works! - in "The House on Cyclone Hill" by Carl Barks. Then, Scrooge's wins the battle with the ecologists when he cuts down the "Cornelius' Oak Tree" (by The Egmont Group), but ends up creating another problem for himself.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #47 (November 1997)
A classic Barks story, "The Menehune Mystery," fills this issue. Scrooge's new plan to hide his money on a deserted island is discovered by the Beagle Boys, who steal his money and island, and make Scrooge, Donald and the boys work as their servants!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #48 (January 1997)
Two great Barks stories grace this issue. First, in "The Great Steamboat Race," Scrooge is finally convinced to finish the steamboat race his uncle never finished, but must raise the boat from the bottom of the Mississippi! In the second story "Riches, Riches Everywhere," Scrooge sets out to prove he is the best prospector in the world and the adventure begins when he randomly picks the middle of Australia as the place to begin digging.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #49 (March 1998)
Scrooge, Donald and the boys find a hidden compartment in the old trunk of Scrooge's Uncle Orville Smew, an infamous bank robber and co-leader of the Poke-In-The-Eye Gang. A diary tells them where to look for buried loot and the adventure begins! - in "The Diary of Sideburns Smew" by Paul Halas and Dave Angus. In "Chumpneys" (story by Paul Halas and Donnie Avenell, art by Vicar), Magica De Spell disguises herself as a nurse on a health farm and does her best to get Old Number One away from Scrooge.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #50 (March 1998)
One of Barks most famous tales, "The Secret of Atlantis," graces this issue. Scrooge realizes there's money to be made in collectibles and figures out a way to make a 1916 quarter the rarest coin in the world. The real adventure begins when he has to retrieve the quarter from the bottom of the ocean!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #51 (March 1998)
USA #51 contains the epic full-length issue, "The Treasure of the Ten Avatars" by Don Rosa. Come join Scrooge, Donald and the boys as they scour Ollieynstan for natural resources and ancient riches. However, the evil Maharajah has different plans for them!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #52 (March 1998)
Egmont Publishing presents two stories for this issue. First, in "The Black Diamond" Scrooge coerces Donald into entering into the domain of Doug Mutt, (modern day pirate) in order to retrieve the long lost Black Diamond! In the second story, "Taking a Gander," Magica De Spell brain-washes Gladstone into using his luck to help steal Scrooge's Old Number One.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #53 (March 1998)
In "Secret of the Incas - Part One " by former Gladstone editor Byron Erickson (art by Cavazzano), Donald and the boys team up with Brigitta MacBridge and Gyro's mind-reading invention to find an inexpensive thing that Uncle Scrooge would want for his birthday. It turns out that finding the lost Inca treasure of Itzda Pitz is what he really wants!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge Adventures #54 (March 1998)
This last issue of Gladstone's Uncle Scrooge Adventures ends with the exciting conclusion to "Secret of the Incas " by Byron Erickson (art by Cavazzano), in which Brigitta, Donald and the boys help Scrooge find the treasure that eluded him in the past - the booby-trapped Incan treasure of Itzda Pitz!
(FINAL ISSUE OF SERIES)