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Carl Barks - Trick or Treat, signed/numb. > Carl Barks Gallery > Carl Barks - Other signed lithographs
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Signet faksimile edition of an original page by Carl Barks from "Trick or Treat", 1997, just 313 copies, signed personally by Barks and numbered.

Faksimile 1 "Trick or Treat "
Edition 313, 1997.

Format: WxH: 50x70cm (19.7x27.6")

Print/Paper: 5 colors print

Editor: Dreidreizehn 1997 (Koproduktion mit Werner Original Art&Print)

Edition: 299, num. Certifikate. Signed.

This original page from the comic story Trick or Treat was completed by Carl Barks in March 1952. This edition is the first faithful 5-colour-facsimile print.
It was printed on acid-free drawing cardboard in 50x70cm format. Apart from the four classic printing colours, a fifth colour which was specially mixed was applied on the entire cardboard. This edition is exclusively limited to 299 copies. The prints were signed by Carl Barks in April 1997.

In 1952, at the suggestion of Western Publishing, his publishing house at that time, Carl Barks drew Trick or Treat as an adaption of the cartoon bearing the same name which had existed up to then only as a storyboard. He amplified the scenario by some sequences and made a 32-page comic story out of it. It was submitted to Western Publishing to be published in Donald Duck 26. The editor, Alice Cobb, however, thought the new scenes to be too violent and regarding the content only vaguely related to the cartoon. Apart from 10 interior pages also this first half page was deleted by the censor. The new version consisted then of 23 pages.

On page 20 of the original version choosen for this edition, Barks confronts Donald Duck with the six-armed sea monster Smorgasbord, which, after an exiting fight is finally blown up by Donald with some Dynamite. This violent scene, also, is lacking completely in the later version.  -  E-mail:

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