DuckTales #7 Review

by Nathan Koffler on March 16, 2018

Writer: Joe Carmagna
Artists: Luca Usai, Antonello Dalena, Andrea Greppi, Gianfranco Florio, and Michela Frare
Colorists: Kawaii Studio and Giuseppe Fontana
Letterer: Tom B. Long
Publisher: IDW

DuckTales #7 provides another fun and easy read with all of our favorite characters. As usual, there is adventure and humor within each story. This month’s issue wasn’t the absolute best of the series, which has had some amazing issues, but is great nonetheless and worth the read.

The first story, “There Is No Place Like A Ghost Town,” is a lot of fun and I could have read an entire issue of just this story. Uncle Scrooge and Louie explore an old Western style ghost town that Uncle Scrooge has purchased. They find out there is supposed to be gold buried there and obviously that is where the adventure begins. This story has a lot of laughs and is very enjoyable.

The second story, “The Stone of Truth,” is not as entertaining as the first, but it definitely has it’s fun moments. Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby are home alone when an insurance risk assessor comes to see how dangerous Uncle Scrooge’s life is. I didn’t fully get what the point was, but they eventually take him on a tour of the manor and hijinks follow.

The whole issue is an easy and comfortable read and perfect for comic book readers of all ages. The writing and artwork throughout the issue is great as usual. Anyone who enjoys anthology comic books with silly yet fun stories will absolutey enjoy this issue.

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