On sale date: December 12, 2023
The comic strips that made Donald Duck a star… and the huff-and-puff howls of Disney’s legendary lobo!
The 1930s were the heyday of Disney’s second-ever newspaper comics feature: the full-color weekly Silly Symphonies! Fantagraphics’ latest volume showcases Donald Duck’s extended run as star of the strip: from his pranks on Goofy to his battles with Mickey’s naughty nephews—and the unforgettable debut of Donald’s own riotous relatives, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, first created for this strip by artist Al Taliaferro! Also in this volume: the perilous pork pursuits of Zeke the Big Bad Wolf, who with the Three Little Pigs also made his comics debut in Silly Symphonies! Plus dog tales with Pluto… and two tales of Elmer Elephant, one plotted by comics maestros Carl Barks and Walt Kelly!Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies 1935-1939: Starring Donald Duck and the Big Bad Wolf is part of the The Floyd Gottfredson Library series.
- Full color.
- 12.4" × 9"