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Crooge's life Of Ducks and Dimes and Destinies and Dream of a Lifetime in which the Beagle Boys invade Scrooge's subconscious mind and wreak havoc during dream versions of the various Life of Scrooge chapte. This is a great companion piece for the Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck series with great in between issues and a fantastic last story with Inception before Inception with Donald going inside Scrooge mind to stop Beagle Boys from finding out the combination to his huge vault in Duckburg

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The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Companion

You asked for them and here they are the pre chapters the post chapters and the in between chapters of Don Rosa's Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Included in this companion are the stories The Cowboy Capta. Rosa really knows how to inject pathos and meaning into what could have been a simple silly alternate history of the world Donald Duck meeting his dead mother Hortense as a dream memory in his Uncle s mind is extremely touching even if it has to end in a bit of slapstick And honestly I can t believe they didn t include Rosa s Hearts of the Yukon in the official Life Times It had an incredibly poignant ending right up there with the deaths of Scrooge s parents in the official volume This entire volume this simple Companion is just as good if not better than the original

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In of the Cutty Sark The Vigilante of Pizen Bluff The Prisoner of White Agony Creek Hearts of the Yukon and Sharpie of the Culebra Cut Finally rounding out the collection are two slightly unusual takes on S. Such a heartbreaking love story What could have been


10 thoughts on “The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Companion

  1. says:

    First and foremost I have to thank a good friend of mine a comic aficionado who is kind enough to lend this book to me Although I met Scrooge McDuck since I was a little girl and became a fan instantly I barely read the English version let alone knowing Don Rosa Had I read the English version I would have become an avid reader of Don Rosa's version earlierAfter reading the book my long forgotten uestion about why Scrooge did not have a wif

  2. says:

    I think its the best comics i ever read The narrative the story the sentiment EverythingThis and the main book of course

  3. says:

    Rosa really knows how to inject pathos and meaning into what could have been a simple silly alternate history of the world Donald Duck meeting his dead mother Hortense as a dream memory in his Uncle's mind is extremely touching even if it has to end in a bit of slapstick And honestly I can't believe they didn't include Rosa's Hearts of the Yukon in the official Life Times It had an incredibly poignant ending right up

  4. says:

    The book is terrific fun balancing humor adventure romance and history to make an entertaining blend Rosa's com

  5. says:

    “Maybe it's nicer to pretend that there's one person in this sorry world that I might that I can”Don Rosa delves deeper into Scrooge's life and the fun adventures continue Above all I appreciated the way his relations

  6. says:

    Such a heartbreaking love story What could have been

  7. says:

    Big fan of the main Life of Scrooge arc collected in vol 1 The main part of ths second volume adds to that 4 stars easilySadly I’m not particularly fond of the three bonus stories “Of Ducks and dimes and destinies” “The Dream of a Lifetime” and “The Old Castles Other Secret” While there are overlaps and connections to both the main Life of Scooge arc and the BC chapters in the 3 extras they do feel tacked on 4 3 and

  8. says:

    This is a great companion piece for the Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck series with great in between issues and a fantastic last story with Inception before Inception with Donald going inside Scrooge mind to stop Beagle Boys from finding out the combination to his huge vault in Duckburg

  9. says:

    A must have for those who enjoyed The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuckAlso a nice standalone book of stories featuring Scroo

  10. says:

    This is the kind of uality entertainment people should think of when they think of Disney I was shocked at how mature these stories were Make no mistake they are still all ages comics But they are all ages comics that are sharp deep and not written down for the kiddies Even without Don Rosa's text pages I would