Uncle Scrooge #32 (10 Copy Cover) Cover

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Uncle Scrooge #32 (10 Copy Cover) Issues Additional Issues

Uncle Scrooge #32 (10 Copy Cover)

IDW: November 29, 2017   Writer: Byron Erickson   Art: Massimo Fecchi   Cover: Marco Mazarello  

UPC: 82771400839503231   Diamond ID: SEP170543   GCIN: 982172

'Whom the Gods Would Destroy!' When Magica De Spell uses a stolen magic wand to turn the Beagle Boys into super-powerful Greek gods, Scrooge McDuck thinks they've found his Achilles heel! Bullet points: * Continues this beloved series' legacy numbering at #436! * Disney Comics master Byron Erickson (Uncle Scrooge: World of the Dragonlords) is back with a feature-length sword and sorcery epic!

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