In what is sure to be one of the most acclaimed comics events of
2011, Fantagraphics has announced
that they will be publishing a definitive collection of Carl
Barks' seminal run of Donald Duck comic stories. In an exclusive
interview with Robot 6, Fantagraphics co-publisher Gary Groth
revealed that the company—which announced their plans to publish
Gottfredson's Mickey Mouse comics last summer—had acquired the
rights to reprint Barks' work from Disney and that the first volume
will be released in fall of this year. The comics will be published
in hardcover volumes, with two volumes coming out every year, at a
price of about $25 per volume.
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