Walt Disney's Donald Duck Adventures, Volume 21

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Gemstone, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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In "Merman Donald," our hero swallows a bottle of "Aqua-pills," which enable him to breathe under water like a fish - only he doesn't know when the pills will wear off! Next, in "Absolutely Mickey," the famous mouse tries using a genie's magic to make life easier for his friends... only to find that it's no simple task. Finally, Donald's in business as the "Master of Disaster," and when Duckburg's hit by earthquakes, he sets out to stop them. But in the underground kingdom of Terry Fermy, Donald meets one disaster he can't master - teenagers!

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John G. Clark received his Ph.D. at Stanford University and was Associate Professor of History at the University of Kansas. He was the recipient of the Agricultural History Prize Manuscript Award, and has also published articles on economic history in several scholarly journals.

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