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I feel like I should be able to pinpoint the voice here, but I just can’t.

On the other hand, I haven’t had any coffee yet.

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I’m the goddamn Donald Duck?

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NCallahan said on March 17th, 2008 at 10:37 am

Well, nobody said “Do you really think…”, so I know it’s not Mark Millar.

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If he were really going to write it, at least three of those children would have died gruesome on-panel deaths from kerosene soaked candy.

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Geez, and here I thought the kids’ dialogue would make it painfully obvious.

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Is he the @#$%^%$ Donald Duck?

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“Gander don’t shiv.” That’s all I needed. (And honestly, even before reading the page, he was the first person to pop into mind.)

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Oh, gawd, I remember this original comic, too.

Uncle Scrooge > Gladstone Gander, though.

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Warren Ellis?

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I know what’s throwing everybody off on the new writer.

It needs more Whores.

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Also, I never before realized how deeply disturbing it is that they do indeed sell eggs in Duckburg.

It’s like buying children. That you EAT.

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El Bastardo Magnifico said on March 17th, 2008 at 1:56 pm

No Merkel?

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Sam Rauch said on March 17th, 2008 at 2:16 pm

Gladstone in the sixth panel is just perfect.

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Unlucky7 said on March 17th, 2008 at 3:00 pm

Haven’t read too many of his books to be completely sure, but…Garth Ennis?

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….the shiv line is a big clue.

It wouldn’t be funny if he just came out and said “I’m the #@$#@#@$ Duck, welcome to Hell.” Subtlety, cats – it’s the name of this game.

No matter what you’re parodying, this is just out and out hilarious.

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Oh, Frank Miller?

That would explain it.  I can rarely make it all the way through anything he’s written.

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You nearly made me spit orange juice all over my screen and keyboard.

Well done, sir, well done.

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VersasoVantare said on March 17th, 2008 at 8:06 pm

For me, it was the internal monologues that let me identify the parody. Internal monologues that sound like one-way conversations with a specific person are one of Miller’s most distinct writing traits. Helps give them their hard-boiled feel.

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malakim2099 said on March 17th, 2008 at 10:20 pm

Apparently on the third page Donald saves Daisy from Gander’s thugs, and they get quacking on a pier.

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really feels like Frank Miller, but I’m not positive. “Gander don’t shiv” gives me that DKR-made-up-slang vibe.

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You win the internet.

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Damn. I am still asleep at this unholy hout, I never even saw wat site was this, took it for granted it was Newsarama or whatever. Would you believe I got to the last panel of the first page before I actually realized this wasn’t for real?

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…and yes, I’m too sleepy to spell right. Months ago it was changing keyboard that did it to me; now, it’s just being awake before noon. So sue me.

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Gladstone really is a completely unlikable son-of-a-goose.

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Moral Man said on April 26th, 2013 at 3:50 am

Who do you think I am? Are you dense? Retarded or something? I am the Goddamn Donald Duck!

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THAT Chiseler said on August 20th, 2015 at 7:33 pm

I love Signor Miller’s work, but this makes me MARKEDLY GLAD he never wrote Donald Duck Adventures.

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