Friday, December 25, 2009

"The Black Pearls of Tabu Yama"

Naturally, Barks did quite a number of Christmas stories over the years. The general consensus opinion would be that "A Christmas for Shacktown" tops them all, and I don't think I could really argue against that in good faith, though one cannot understate the importance of "Christmas on Bear Mountain," in which, in a fatal instance of fateful fate, Barks decided that Donald should have a rich uncle.
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