Ducktales #1 (2nd Printing) Cover

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Ducktales #1 (2nd Printing)

IDW: January 3, 2018   Writer: Joe Caramagna   Art: Lucas Usai   Cover: Marco Ghiglione  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 82771401336800111   Diamond ID: OCT178118   GCIN: 987279

Woo-oo! In 'The Great Experiment of the Washing Machine,' Donald and the Nephews visit a top-secret lab, chock-full of crazy inventions to make life easier? but might make them SHORTER, instead! And then, learn 'The Chilling Secret of the Lighthouse!'

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