The cover to Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies 1932-1935: Starring Bucky Bug and Donald Duck, featuring the title of cartoony fonts over an illustration of Bucky Bug looking toward the camera with hands near his face, a classic illustration of Donald Duck behind him, and a pig with a hand accordion dancing and playig his instrument while walking through a field.
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Al Taliaferro, Earl Duvall, Ted Osborne, Merrill De Maris

Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies 1932-1935: Starring Bucky Bug and Donald Duck

On sale date: April 11, 2023

The wild adventures of the first Disney star created just for comics—and Donald Duck’s hilarious funny-page debut!

1932 saw the launch of Disney’s second-ever original comic strip, the full-color weekly Silly Symphonies, and with it came the debut of Bucky Bug, a daring, rhyming, mischievous squirt whose escapades took him from brutal birds of prey to the terrifying trenches of the Great Flyburg War! With his brave lady friend June and bumpkin pal Bo, Bucky even travels to a mixed-up Mother Goose Land… where a not-so-merry Old King Cole has mayhem on his mind!

Now in this latest stand alone Disney reprint collection, readers can follow all of Bucky’s adventures and the Symphonies Sunday sagas that followed, which also includes Donald Duck’s debut as the barnyard’s spoilt brat in “The Wise Little Hen”… and further tales of golden age Silly Symphony cartoon stars: egotistical Max Hare, slow-but-sure Toby Tortoise, and that awful bandit Dirty Bill (who “never took a bath, and he never will!”).


Full color.
12.3" × 9"