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DONALD DUCK Daily Newspaper 5
Walt Disney's Donald Duck: The Daily Newspaper Comics Volume 5
By (author): Bob Karp Illustrated by: Al Taliaferro
9781684054626 Hardcover English General Trade HUMOR / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons Mar 26, 2019
$53.99 CAD
Out of stock indefinitely 8.75 x 11.38 x 1.05 in 272 pages IDW Publishing Library of American Comics
Collect all of the original Donald Duck daily comic strips in deluxe editions for the first time ever!

From the Disney Vaults! This fifth volume includes 750 sequential daily comic strips from January 1, 1948, through the middle of 1950 drawn by Al Taliaferro and reproduced from original material in the Disney files! It’s time to laugh again with Donald, Daisy, and those impetuous nephews: Huey, Dewey, and Louie.

Series Overview: A multi-volume series that collects the Donald Duck daily newspaper comic.

Robert Louis “Bob” Karp was an American comics writer. He began working for the Walt Disney Company in the 1930s, and from 1938 to 1974 he wrote the scripts for the daily Donald Duck newspaper strips which were illustrated by Al Taliaferro and, after Taliaferro’s death in 1969, by Frank Grundeen.

Charles Alfred Taliaferro was born in Montrose, Colorado in 1905 and moved with his family to Glendale, California in 1918. “I knew I was going to be a cartoonist,” he told interviewer Jim Korkis in 1968. “I’ve always believed that if you want anything bad enough and you work hard enough for it, eventually you’ll get it.” In the middle of the Great Depression in 1931 he learned that the Walt Disney Studio had jobs available. “I went in and was hired on the spot: January 5, 1931,” he recalled.

At first he inked Floyd Gottfredson’s Mickey Mouse newspaper strip. He then went on to draw the Silly Symphonies Sunday page, where on September 16, 1934 he first drew Donald Duck, the character with whom he would become forever associated.

Author Residence: Deceased

Charles Alfred Taliaferro was born in Montrose, Colorado in 1905 and moved with his family to Glendale, California in 1918. "I knew I was going to be a cartoonist," he told interviewer Jim Korkis in 1968. "I've always believed that if you want anything bad enough and you work hard enough for it, eventually you'll get it." In the middle of the Great Depression in 1931 he learned that the Walt Disney Studio had jobs available. "I went in and was hired on the spot: January 5, 1931," he recalled.At first he inked Floyd Gottfredson's Mickey Mouse newspaper strip. He then went on to draw the Silly Symphonies Sunday page, where on September 16, 1934 he first drew Donald Duck, the character with whom he would become forever associated.

Illustrator Residence: Deceased

Marketing: Promotion through a variety of Social Media; Facebook (128k), Twitter (98.8k), Tumblr (25k), with a feature on IDWpublishing.com

Inclusion in Direct-to-consumer Newsletter (40,000 unique and engaged fans)

Cross promotion in IDW’s monthly titles (Circulation over 350,000)

Cross promotion with Disney’s Social Media



Publicity: Digital review copy made available to 3000 industry and press contacts

Special focus on Kid’s comics sites, blogs, and Disney fan sites

Special focus on archival and original comic-art fan sites

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