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#8 - that's real true 08/04/2016 on Dewey is a good brother 0
#7 - he revealed important information to germany, makes sense 08/04/2016 on Edward Snowden got honored... 0
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#3 - courage has a genuine superpower, he defeated all his enemies …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/04/2016 on Courage vs Scooby +98
#5 - sherlockbatman (08/04/2016) [-]
"Courage claims victory through the use of the most shameful of all magic: the Power Screech. But, a win is a win. Congratulations Courage."
#33 - puttman (08/05/2016) [-]
Very appropriate
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#11 - after* 08/04/2016 on alright 0
#10 - they were both before a donald duck comic about venturing in d…  [+] (11 new replies) 08/04/2016 on alright 0
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#34 - Shramin (08/04/2016) [-]
Don Rosa and Carl Barks made some amazing Scrooge McDuck stories.
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#35 - herecomesjohnny (08/04/2016) [-]
you read scrooge's youth comics from these guys? they were huge in france so i read them, but outside of french friends i've never met anyone that even knows about uncle scrooge comics
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#36 - Shramin (08/04/2016) [-]
Donald Duck and Scrooge McDuck as well as Don Rosa and Carl Barks are and were huge in all of western Europe. I started reading and collecting the weekly Donald magazines in Norway at the age of 4, currently 28 and the only reason I stopped is because I can't get them in North America.

You wouldn't believe how hard it is to get Scrooge comics in North America, comic nations my arse.
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#37 - herecomesjohnny (08/04/2016) [-]
i was always into those thick monthly uncle scrooge magazines, childhood treasure right there
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#38 - Shramin (08/04/2016) [-]
The pocket books were always great!
Honestly though, nothing beats what Carl Barks, Don Rosa and Marco Rota created.
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#39 - herecomesjohnny (08/04/2016) [-]
even just for the huge amount of tiny little things in panels. Always a gag going on in the background. The Uncle Scrooge youth adventures were my faves, this epic damn origin saga with also the origin of all his nemesis' and teddy roosevelt and his first love and fortune and all that, gotta love that shit!

I don't remember this stuff often, cheers for the walk down memory lane.
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#40 - Shramin (08/04/2016) [-]
No problem, and its never too late to pick it back up. I recently purchased "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" Volume 1 and 2, and they are very much readable as an adult, with aspect easier to understand now versus as a child.
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#41 - herecomesjohnny (08/04/2016) [-]
Last time i revisited my old scrooge comics was at the age of 17 one summer, perfectly readable
#48 - herecomesjohnny (08/05/2016) [-]
oh great, cheers
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#11 - herecomesjohnny (08/04/2016) [-]
after*
#3 - once again if you're french you get a **** you  [+] (3 new replies) 08/04/2016 on if you dutch you aint much +9
#11 - lemonpizzapie (08/04/2016) [-]
fuck you

-sincerely, a cheap dutch motherfucker.
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#8 - danmegaflakes (08/04/2016) [-]
fuck you
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#21 - trollinggenius (08/04/2016) [-]
Fuck me, i need love