Disney Duck Comics Coming in March!

One of the best things about being a Disney Duck Fan is the comics. There is a wealth of great stories to be read. There have been Disney Duck comics going all the way back to the 1930s. Today IDW is one of a few comic book publishers who produce monthly Disney comic books, but they are the sole place where you will find monthly Disney Duck comics books.

The month of March brings us two issues containing stories of our favorite ducks; Uncle Scrooge #43 and DuckTales #19. I’ve been enjoying the monthly Uncle Scrooge from around the world each month. The description for issue #19 of DuckTales… well, it’s non-existent. I’m not sure why such a generic description was used or why there is no information on the creative teams. We do know from a tweet that Joe Caramagna did not write the two-part story found in DuckTales #19.

You can check out the descriptions and possible covers below.



Uncle Scrooge #43

Vito Stabile, Carlo Panaro (wr) • Francesco Guerrini, Paolo Campinoto (a) • Marco Mazzarello (c)

What happens when Uncle Scrooge gets his greedy hands on Donald Duck’s magical hammock? Nothing simple and easy, that’s for sure! While Donald just wants a well-earned nap, Uncle Scrooge has other ideas in mind… See the hilarious results in “The Helpful Hammock!”

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Uncle Scrooge #43



DuckTales #19—Cover A: Various

Various (wr) • Various (a) • Various (c)

What new adventures will Scrooge McDuck and company get up to this month? Find out in another exciting issue of DuckTales!

FC • 32 pages • $3.99


Not Final Art! DuckTales #19


DuckTales #20 is scheduled to be released in April, but there is no issue on IDW’s solicitations for May. The comic has had some release issues in the past that has moved it around within the month, but I don’t believe we’ve skipped an issues since the series premiered. Joe Caramagna has stated on Twitter that he has written issues beyond DuckTales #20. 

Will you be picking up these two Disney Duck comics this month? Don’t forget you can always join the conversation in the comments below or on Twitter @DuckTalks

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