Uncle Scrooge #33 (10 Copy Cover) Cover

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Uncle Scrooge #33 (10 Copy Cover)

IDW: December 27, 2017   Writer: Carlo Chendi   Art: Giorgio Cavazzano   Cover: Massimo Fecchi  

UPC: 82771400839503331   Diamond ID: OCT170512   GCIN: 983868

'The Big Blast-Off Blowout!' When a giant satellite plummets to earth at light speed, the McDuck Money Bin lies right in its path! Can Scrooge dodge a crash course... or will the Beagle Boys make this space chase scarier? Uncle Scrooge's solo book joins IDW's DuckTales for a double-McDuck punch! Blast off with master Disney artist Giorgio Cavazzano for a wild space saga-featuring the return of interstellar whacko O.K. Quack!

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