Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #281 (August 1993)
Scrooge seeks an heir for his vast fortune, but his choices are limited. Three pots of money settle the issue in Carl Barks' "Some Heir Over the Rainbow." Then, in "A Matter of Security," (art by Daniel Branca) Scrooge decides his money bin can do without guards!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #282 (October 1993)
Scrooge and Donald clash over the value of a coin in the classic Barks ten-pager "The Trouble With Dimes," which makes a pointed observation of collecting in general. Gyro Gearloose gets competition from a rival in the Egmont Group's "Formula X."
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #283 (December 1993)
"Foxy Relations" by Barks reprints the first Walt Disney's Comics and Stories appearance of Uncle Scrooge, from 1948. Filling out the issue are three new stories from Europe, featuring Scrooge (who meets and old friend), Gyro (who tries to be punctual), and the Beagle Boys (who never stop being the Beagle Boys!).
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #284 (February 1994)
Donald, masquerading as a foreign potentate, tries to con his Uncle Scrooge out of a free Christmas dinner in "Turkey With All the Schemings," a classic 10-pager by Carl Barks (from which the cover art is taken). Top stories from Europe featuring Scrooge and Gyro Gearloose round out the issue.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #285 (April 1994)
Starting this issue, Gladstone proudly presents Don Rosa's epic "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" series, to be published in 12 consecutive issues of Uncle Scrooge. Part one, "The Last of the Clan McDuck," tells of the young Scrooge's life in Scotland, and how he acquired his first dime. All installments will be from 15-28 pages in length, with new covers by Rosa illustrating each chapter, and editorial commentory by Rosa - the 'story behind the story'!.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #286 (June 1994)
The second installment of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" is the 28-page "Master of the Mississippi," in which the young Scrooge works his way up the Mississippi as a cabin boy and finds his Uncle Pothole, gambler and riverboat captain. Scrooge and Uncle Pothole battles the likes of Porker Hogg and the Beagle Boys in search of sunken treasure on the river bottom. With both accompanying text and a new cover by Rosa
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #287 (August 1994)
Don Rosa's cover illustrates the third chapter of his 12-part series, "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck." "Buckaroo of the Badlands" chronicles Scrooge's encounter with the infamous James Boys. Also, "Duckmade Disaster," written by Carl Barks but drawn by another artist for its original publication in the 1960s. Now Barksologist Daan Jippes has redrawn it in true Barks style!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #288 (October 1994)
The fourth installment of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" is the 15-page "The Raider of Copper Hill," in which the youthful Scrooge gets his first lesson in big business when he tries to acquire the famous Anaconda Copper Mine. Don has produced a new cover for this issue, as well as editorial commentary to tell "the story behind the story." Tony Strobl's "The Fickle Fortune Finder" backs up the issue.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #289 (December 1994)
Don Rosa's twelve-part series, "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" continues with chapter five, "The New Laird of Castle McDuck," a fifteen-page adventure that takes young Scrooge back to Scotland to reclaim his ancestral home from the evil Whiskerville family. Rosa provides a new cover and accompanying text. A Tony Strobl ten-pager "I.O.U......But Who?," fills out the issue.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #290 (February 1995)
In chapter six ("The Terror of the Transvaal") of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" series, young Scrooge sales to Capetown South Africa to get in on the gold rush. Scrooge finds it's not easy to prospect gold, especially with all the villains and
out to get him! Also included in this issue is "Bye-Bye Money Bin" drawn by Tony Strobl, in which the Beagle Boys follow Scrooge around the world to discover where he's hidden all the money he emptied out of his old money bin.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #291 (April 1995)
Don Rosa's "Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" continues with "Dreamtime Duck of the Never-Never." Young Scrooge encounters the best and worst of the land 'down under' as his search for fortune takes him to the outback of Australia. With both accompanying text and a new cover by Rosa. Also, "A Case of Too Much Money," featuring Scrooge versus his nemeses, the Beagle Boys.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #292 (June 1995)
"The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" by Don Rosa continues with chapter eight, "King of the Klondike." In this book-length installment, sourdough Scrooge struggles as a gold miner along the banks of the White Agony Creek.
pays off in the end, and he's about to make his fortune - and an enemy - with the discovery of the "goose egg nugget!" With a new cover and commentary by Rosa.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #293 (August 1995)
In chapter nine ("The Billionaire of Dismal Downs") of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" series, Scrooge has made his first billion and returns to make his ancestral home in Scotland the center of his soon-to-be empire. Scrooge soon learns he doesn't fit in with the local crowd and makes a big changes in plans. Carl Barks' "Gold of the 49ers'" rounds out the issue, in which Huey, Dewey and Louie and their Junior Woodchuck troupe search the desert for some lost gold bars.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #294 (October 1995)
"The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" by Don Rosa continues with chapter ten, "The Invader of Fort Duckburg." Scrooge arrives to stake his claim on top of Killmule Hill (renamed to Killmotor Hill) where a dilapidated Fort Duckburg still stands. But he's greeted by the original Junior Woodchucks, the Beagle Boys, and the President of the United States!!! Discover Donald Duck's parents, from whom he inherited his fowl (er foul) temper! Also included is another installment by Rosa of "The Making of The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck". Concluding the issue is "E.A.T", drawn by Daniel Branca, in which a mineral-eating Venutian creature is stolen by the Beagle Boys and let loose in Scrooges' money bin!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #295 (December 1995)
The eleventh installment of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" is the full-length "The Empire-Builder From Calisota," in which, after 23 years of globe-trotting, wheeling, dealing and becoming increasingly obsessed with money, Scrooge returns to Duckburg as the richest man in the world. Introducing Bombie the Zombie and little Donald Duck! A Rosa cover for this issue, as well as editorial commentary to tell "the story behind the story" are included.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #296 (February 1996)
In the twelfth and final chapter ("The Richest Duck in The World") of Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" series, Scrooge, after having retired from public life and spent the last 5 years as a virtual recluse, invites Donald and the boys to spend the night on Bear Mountain and then to his mansion for Christmas dinner. He is a frail shell of the duck he used to be, until the Beagle Boys try to steal everything in his money bin and Huey, Dewey and Louie inspire him to begin anew his adventures! Rosa concludes his "story behind the story" and Vic Lockman rounds out the issue with "The New Buck-Mobile". Scrooge thinks transporting his money is secure with his new armored car until the Beagle Boys install their new remote control gadget on it!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #297 (April 1996)
"Of Ducks and Dimes and Destinies" is also considered by Don Rosa to be "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, Part 0". Scrooge relates how he came to earn his Lucky Number One dime as a young shoeshine boy in Scotland. Unbeknownst to the little 10-year old shoeshine boy, Magica De Spell figures into Scrooge getting his first dime! Also included in this issue is "No Dime for Stardom" written by the Egmont Group and drawn by Daniel Branca, where Magica is trying to get Scrooge's Number One Dime again - this time as disguised as a rat and an actress.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #298 (June 1996)
Featuring "The Pauper's Glass," a book-length tale by William Van Horn that details the problems that ensue when Uncle Scrooge develops amnesia and the stages an aggressive takeover of his own business!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #299 (August 1996)
In "The Too-Safe Safe" by Carl Barks, Donald asks for Gyro's help in protecting Uncle Scrooge's money bin and now it's so protected even Scrooge can't get at his money! Also included in this issue are 3 short stories about Scrooge and his fantasticatillions!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #300 (October 1996)
The 300th issue of Uncle Scrooge is celebrated with 48 pages of Scrooge stories. Leading off is "The Sunken Yacht" by Carl Barks, the now legendary story of how the nephews used ping pong balls to raise a ship from the bottom of the bay. The second story is "Coin of the Realm" by William Van Horn, in which Scrooge flies to a tropical island to collect a 60-year old debt, now worth $1,000,000. He doesn't get the million but he does get 'big money'! In "Go Slowly Sands of Time", plot by Carl Barks and art by Vicar, Scrooge, Donald and the boys travel to the far-off valley of the Hunzas to find the secret of longevity. After eating and drinking all sorts of Hunza 'cures', Scrooge finds that he's unknowingly known the secret all along! Rounding out the issue is Don Rosa's "Noboby's Business" in which Scrooge gives Donald and Gladstone each $1000 to see how well they'll invest it in the next 24 hours. These two turn the entire market upside down! (very limited supply)
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #301 (December 1996)
In Barks' "Statuesque Spendthrifts," Scrooge McDuck's legendary spending battle with the Maharahah of Howduyustan ends on a note that clearly points up how vastly superior Scrooge's wealth is to that of the supposedly "richest man in the world." "The Moving Money Bin," a Danish story by Vicar, deals with the ponderous nature of the McDuck fortune in another time-honored way - by having the Beagle Boys make another attempt at stealing it. Interestingly enough, the Boys come about as close as they've ever come to success in this tale, actually managing to load Scrooge's money into the boxcars of a freight train!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #302 (February 1997)
Donald finds a way to sell Scrooge's 'unsellable' mechanical monkeys but having them stay sold is the problem - in "Monkey Business" by Carl Barks. In "The Telltale Hand" (art by Tony Stobl), the Beagle Boys plan to break in to the money bin by finding out where Scrooge has written down the combination. In another Tony Stobl story "The Beagle Boys Meet Abner the Actor," the Beagle Boys try to perfect their bank-robbing skills by enlisting the help of the 'man of a thousand faces.'
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #303 (April 1997)
In "Rocks to Riches" by Carl Barks, Donald and the boys grind Scrooge's basket full of lemon-sized diamonds down to the size of peas in Donald's rock tumbler. But, they also find a treasure map on the shell of a turtle! In the second story "The Case of the Gold Bars," drawn by Tony Stobl, the Beagle Boys rob Gyro of all the gold bars he just made for the bank but the weight is bringing down their getaway helicopter! Next, Donald gets fired while trying to catch a thief in "The Pilfering Millionaire" - story by Morag Prunty and Dave Angus and art by Vicar.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #304 (June 1997)
Donald is hired by the Mayor to protect the famous "Cat's-Ege" Opal but the Beagle Boys have their own plans for the gigantic jewel - in "Mr. Private Eye" by Carl Barks. Two reporters doing an article on Scrooge are prepared for a day of boredom but unprepared for what happens in "A Day in the Life of Scrooge" drawn by Vicar. In "Super Beagles" (art by Tony Stobl), the Beagle Boys blackmail Gyro into inventing gadgets that will make them uncatchable!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #305 (August 1997)
In Barks' "Flour Follies" Donald is hired by Scrooge to demonstrate his new super-concentrated flour. Unfortunately, the instructions are in Sowbuggian! Next, when Donald tries to make the local Junior Woodchucks Commander look bad, somehow he ends up looking better than ever! - in "Rival Idol" by Grom Transgaard. Then, embarrassed by Donald's low professional status, Uncle Scrooge makes him president of a run-down motel so he can prove himself - in "A Matter of Factory" by Carl Barks.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #306 (October 1997)
This issue features Don Rosa's "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, Part 6 1/2: The Vigilante of Pizen Bluff." In this episode Scrooge meets up with Buffalo Bill Cody, Annie Oakley, Uncle Pothole and the Dalton Gang and the Wild West is never the same!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #307 (December 1997)
In "The Plane Truth" by Gail Renard, Gyro invents an engine that makes anything fly! Scrooge's bad temper gives him a bad image and nomatter how he tries to smooth things over, they get worse! - in "Temper Temper" by Gorm Transgaard. Next, Donald, enraged from getting hit by the nephews' remote control plane, decides to go fishing, unaware that the dam is about to release a huge amount of water on him! - in "Remote Control Rescue" by Per Hedman.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #308 (February 1998)
"Winifred's Revenge" (script by Gary Gabner, art by Mau Heymans) is all about one crabby old witch and how she plans to ruin the Christmas spirit in Duckburg. Also included is "Deck the Streets" by the Egmont Group, in which the nephews figure out a way to get the two stingiest ducks in Duckburg into the Christmas spirit!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #309 (May 1998)
Leading off this first prestige format issue of Uncle Scrooge is "W.H.A.D.A. L.O.T.T.A. J.A.R.G.O.N" by Don Rosa, which is the story of how Huey, Dewey, and Louie first became Junior Woodchucks. Then, in "Money To Burn" (story by John Kane and Charlie Martin and art by Vicar), when the electric company overcharges Scrooge by 50 cents, he decides he can do without electricity! In Per Erick Hedman/Vicar's "Deep Sea Trouble," Scrooge hires Donald to deliver mail at his underground research and diamond mining operation - unaware that the Beagle Boys are nearby ready to steal Scrooge's goodies. In Carl Barks "Snow Duster," Gyro is called upon to save the day by melting the snow in the stadium for the big game but crashes his plane - can his little helper help? Also, in "King of Fools" (story by Russel Lewis and Tom Anderson, art by Jose Colomer Fonts), Scrooge has be selected to play host to King Grumpy of Farawaystan - and the Beagle Boys use the occasion to try and get into Scrooge's money bin - what else!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #310 (June 1998)
In the second prestige format issue of Uncle Scrooge, Don Rosa's "Sign of the Triple Distelfink" tells how Gladstone got bad luck on his birthday by being stuck by lightning. Can getting struck twice undo the bad luck!? In "The Spider Yarn" (story by Paul Halas and Brian Claxton, art by Marsal Abella Bresco), Scrooge sees dollar signs when he learns of the incredible strength of the filament spun by Beguni spider! Then, in "A Sticky Story" (story by Per Erik Hedman and Gary Gabner, art by Francisco Rodriguez Peinado), Scrooge hires Gyro to invent a way to make jam out of a pinch of powder and a drop of water and hires Donald to run the jam factory. (Oh...oh!) Also included is Carl Barks' "Back to Long Ago" in which Scrooge and Donald learn, under hypnosis, that they were sailors 400 years ago who buried some kind of treasure on a Caribbean island. Now, it's a race to see who can dig up the treasure first! (SOLD OUT - valued at over $50 due to extreme scarcity) Check for special notices on the Gladstone Home Page in case any becomes available.
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #311 (July 1998)
This issue begins with Don Rosa's "Last Lord of Eldorado," an epic treasure-hunting tale involving Scrooge, Donald, the nephews and Flintheart Glomgold! In "The Black Widow" (story by Gail Renard and Jack Sutter, art by Jose Colomer Fonts), Scrooge and his wealth are in grave danger from the evil 'Black Widow'. Also included is Carl Barks' "Outfoxed Fox" - one of the few times that Scrooge loses a deal and gets a dose of his own medicine! (VERY limited supply)
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #312 (August 1998)
Leading off this issue is "The Hands of Zeus" (story by Jan Kruse/David Gerstein, art by Bas Heymans) in which Donald gets suckered into some worthless land but Scrooge turns it into a profit! In "Cold Duck" by Pat MacGreal, art by Jose Colomer Fonts, Scrooge, Donald and the boys discover a flying saucer that crashed at the South Pole - with aliens inside who plan to conquer the Earth! Also included is "Guard Dog Bolivar" (story by Mike Sharland & Bob Bartholomew, art by Daniel Branca). Scrooge's money bin is at the mercy of the Beagle Boys - unless Donald's big lovable dog, Bolivar, can stop them! $8.00
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #313 (September 1998)
Scrooge, Donald and the boys are trapped in an ancient vampire's castle in "Castle Rollingstein" - story by Jan Kruse, art by Ben Verhagen. In Paul Murry's "Mickey's Top Secret Ambition," Mickey almost gets blasted into outer space! Also featured in this issue is Carl Barks' "Fantastic River Race" where it's a riverboat race as Scrooge and Gyro vie with the Beagle Boys to see who will get hired to transport gold bullion for the bank!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #314 (October 1998)
This issues leads off with "The Black Knight" by Don Rosa in which the world's greatest thief is in town to match wits with Uncle Scrooge! Carl Barks' "The Midas Touch" is featured next - with the story of how Magica De Spell first became obsessed with melting down Scrooge's Number One dime. Scrooge, Donald and the boys race to Mount Vesuvius to try and stop her!(EXTREMELY limited supply)
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #315 (November 1998)
Scrooge buys a pet bird that only eats fresh sardines - and all the sardines seemed to have vanished! - in Romano Scarpa's "The Flying Scot" part 1. In Carl Barks' "Sagmore Springs Hotel," Scrooge decides to test Donald's ability and promotes him from potato-peeler to hotel manager (of a deserted hotel, of course!) In "The Bungee Jumpers" (story by Pat McGreal, art by Vicar), Donald decides he's the master bungee jumper of Duckburg and challenges Scrooge to a contest! (Can Donald actually win this one?).
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #316 (December 1998)
In Romano Scarpa's "The Flying Scot" part 2, Scrooge, Donald and the boys discover that their still-alive ancestor, Danblane McDuck, and his flying ship are behind the sardine shortage! In Carl Barks' "The Runaway Train," hundreds will die unless Huey, Dewey and Louie can get someone to listen to them! Also included in this month's issue is "A Curious Cure," (story by Russel Lewis and Brian Claxton, art by Tino Santanach) in which Scrooge and Glomgold are brainwashed and kidnapped by evil doers who plan to take over the two vast fortunes - legally!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #317 (January 1999)
Leading off this issue is "Memories" (story by John Lustig and art by Vicar) in which Magica De Spell's first hex makes Scrooge forget her. Then, when she can't get into the money bin, she must undo this hex and hit him with a deadlier one! In "Code of Duckburg" by Carl Barks, the boys get a free reindeer from Gladstone but have to get Uncle Donald's permission to keep it! In "Pawns of the Loup Garou," also by Barks, Scrooge, Donald and the boys meet face to face with the terrible gigantic wolf of the North!
Walt Disney's Uncle Scrooge #318 (February 1999)
In Don Rosa's "Cowboy Captain of the Cutty Sark," (part 3 1/2 of the "Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck"), witness young Scrooge as he matches wits with the wily Sultans of Java and, with Ratchet Gearloose's help, rides out the tidal wave and
explosion of Krakatoa. In Carl Barks' "Wily Rival," Gyro's curiosity is severely tested when another inventor is in the patent attorney's waiting room - with a hidden invention by his side. Next, what do cigars, flying saucers, and Uncle Rumpus have to do with anything? Find out in William Van Horn 's "Secrets," (FINAL ISSUE OF SERIES - VERY Limited Supply)