For some reason, almost all of the characters created by the legendary Carl Barks got their own solo titles at some point. As unlikely as it seems, the Beagle Boys even got their own title that ran for forty-seven issues over the course of fifteen years (it's schedule was very irregular).
This story features one of the few other characters that didn't have his own book: Gladstone Gander.
from THE BEAGLE BOYS #12, 1971
I highly doubt that the character's name was coincidental. By 1971, Richie Rich was Harvey's top selling title. Perhaps the writer just got tired of using Uncle Scrooge??
- THE BEAGLE BOYS
- Sunday Funnies: GOLDEN AGE BATMAN
- FIRST IMPRESSIONS, DEAPOOL STYLE
- Hot Stuff Meets His Worst Enemy
- The Two Ton Superman
- MORE PATSY AND HEDY
- Sunday Funnies: ZIPPY
- PATSY AND HEDY
- Superheroes That Time Forgot: CAPTAIN NICE
- CLAIRE DE NUIT (BETTY BY NIGHT)
- The Batman In Canada
- The St. Valentine's Day Plasterer
- Sunday Funnies: ANDY CAPP
- Deadpool Karaoke
- Richie Rich And The Expert
- Meet Buddy Bradley...
- THE SPIRIT JAM
- Can you tell me how to get to......
- Sunday Funnies: ZIGGY
- FREE BATMAN!
- FAMOUS FIRST APPEARANCE: The Joker
- FAMOUS FIRST APPEARANCE: Patsy Walker
- FAMOUS FIRST APPEARANCE: The Mysterious Mister Myx...
- STAR BORES
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