Here’s a few panels from Caves of Wind (Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #617) that I personally consider really cute.

Sure, it may not seem like it at the first glance, but you have to know something. For the most part, Gyro does what he does because he likes inventing and he wants to help people of Duckburg as much as he can. Unfortunately it makes him open to being taken advantage of. Moreover - often he’s treated very badly by his customers (Fail Guy is the most extreme example).

So I personally consider this Little Helper changing the price on the bill as his way of protecting Gyro’s interest; as Helper protecting his friends from being taken advantage of.


WALT DISNEY’S COMICS AND STORIES #492 Whitman Comics Nov 1981 (Western Publishing)

Donald Duck - [The Sunken Yacht] – feat. Huey, Dewey, Louie, Uncle Scrooge - 10 pages (by Carl Barks)

Chip ‘n’ Dale - The Shortcut Blues - 5 pages (art by John Carey)

Pluto - Two-Faced Pluto – feat. Morty, Ferdie, Butch - 1 page text story (art by Tony Stobl)

Winnie-the-Pooh - One Ghost Too Many – feat. Christopher Robin, Roo, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, Eeyore, Kanga, Owl - 8 pages (Script by Vic Lockman, pencils by John Carey, inks by Bill Wright)

Mickey Mouse - The Geyser Mystery – feat. Goofy, Dr. Ohm, Dunkley - 8 pages (art by Paul Murry)



THE WALT DISNEY THEATER - 20,000 Weeds Under The Sea

Walt Disney Comics and Stories #301 October 1965

Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Captain Hook and Smee in a reimagining of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.