The Carl Barks Library in Color is a series of 141 Disney comics albums reprinting most of the Duck comics written and/or drawn by Carl Barks. The set was published by Gladstone Comics from 1992 to 1998.

The series is a full-color reprinting of The Carl Barks Library, a black-and-white collection published by Another Rainbow Publishing from 1983 to 1990.[1] Each album also contains a two to six page essay on an aspect of Barks' life and work, a literary analysis of the stories in that album, or other related historical material.

Some stories with Grandma Duck, Daisy Duck, and Junior Woodchucks are not included in the series. However, they are included in the similar German series, Die Barks Library.[2][3][4]

The series is divided in 6 subseries:

See also

References

  1. ^ Syllwasschy, Gerd. "The Carl Barks Library in Color". Barksbase. Retrieved 3 August 2019.
  2. ^ Barks Library Special Oma Duck on INDUCKS
  3. ^ Barks Library Special Daisy Duck on INDUCKS
  4. ^ Barks Library Special Fähnlein Fieselschweif on INDUCKS
  5. ^ The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories in Color 1-51 on INDUCKS
  6. ^ The Carl Barks Library of Uncle Scrooge One Pagers in Color 1-2 on INDUCKS
  7. ^ The Carl Barks Library of 1940's Donald Duck Christmas Giveaways in Color 1 on INDUCKS
  8. ^ The Carl Barks Library of Gyro Gearloose Comics and Fillers in Color 1-6 on INDUCKS
  9. ^ The Carl Barks Library of Donald Duck Adventures in Color 1-25 on INDUCKS
  10. ^ The Carl Barks Library of Uncle Scrooge Adventures in Color 1-56 on INDUCKS