BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Uncle Scrooge #400, Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers #3, Irredeemable #22, Darkwing Duck Classics Trade Paperback, The Muppet Show Comic Book: Muppet Mash, and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? #19.

UNCLE SCROOGE #400
Written by Rudy Salvagnini, Byron Erickson,Carl Barks
Drawn by Giorgio Cavazzano, Daan Jippes, Carl Barks
SC, 24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER: Don Rosa
COVER (LIMITED EDITION): Daan Jippes
COVER (DELUXE EDITION): Carl Barks
Diamond Code: DEC100845
Diamond Code (DELUXE EDITION): DEC100846

It’s the celebration of 58 years of “Uncle Scrooge” with the milestone 400th issue, and much to Scrooge’s chagrin, we’re sparing no expense! Join us as we pay tribute to the perennial penny-pincher with an oversized 40-page issue stuffed with classic stories not to be missed — some published in the U.S. for the first time! First up, the incomparable Carl Barks appears as himself in this story, actually meeting Scrooge McDuck and clan in Duckburg! It’s a heartwarming tribute to Scrooge’s creator by modern master Giorgio Cavazzano in “The Duck Man.” Next, watch in awe as the witch, Magica de Spell, finally gets her hands on Scrooge’s Number One Dime in the classic story “Obsession” seeing print in the US for the first time, with art by master artist Daan Jippes! Then delight at three, count ‘em, three, one-page gags by the one and only Carl Barks himself that appeared in the very first issue of Uncle Scrooge — “Osogood Silver Polish,” “Coffee for Two,” and “Soupline Eight.”

Deluxe edition cover features the amazing Carl Barks oil-painting “Money Lake,” making it a must-have!

CHIP ‘N’ DALE RESCUE RANGERS #3
Written by Ian Brill
Drawn by Leonel Castellani
SC, 32 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER A: Leonel Castelleni
COVER B: Sabrina Alberghetti
Diamond Code: DEC100830

It’s the return of your favorite furry flatfoots in an all-new original ongoing series! Trouble for the Rescue Rangers changes from big to absolutely huge when the team travels to the Arctic to saddle a sleuth of crazed polar bears. But the fur really flies when Chip confronts Monterey Jack, and the very leadership of the Rescue Rangers is on the line! Join DARKWING DUCK writer Ian Brill and MARVEL SUPERHERO SQUAD artist Leonel Castellani for part 3 of “Worldwide Rescue,” brought to you by BOOM! Studios and the Disney Afternoon Revolution!

DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP? #19
Written by Philip K. Dick
Drawn by Tony Parker
SC, 24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER: Brett Weldele
Diamond Code: OCT100860

The Eisner-nominated series from the book that inspired the movie BLADE RUNNER continues as Rick Deckard makes a decision that may be the biggest mistake of his life. Or it may also be the most enlightening experience of his life. There are only three renegade Nexus-6 androids left and you won’t believe what happens next in Philip K. Dick’s sci-fi masterpiece!

IRREDEEMABLE #22
Written by Mark Waid
Drawn by Peter Krause, Diego Barreto
SC, 24pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER A: Scott Clark
COVER B: Diego Jourdan
Diamond Code: DEC100822

The Paradigm fought, dreamed, and wished for a world without Plutonian — and now they have it! But what Plutonian left in his absence is as horrifying as the Mad God himself. And far away, in the depths of space, Plutonian finds himself an unlikely captive in a terrifying extraterrestrial incarceration of torture and horror. How he’ll gain freedom from captors even crazier than himself will send shock waves throughout the galaxy! Mark Waid’s Eisner & Harvey Award-nominated series reaches new heights in this explosive issue!

DARKWING DUCK CLASSICS TPB
Written by Brian Swenlin, Doug Gray, Jim Bricker, John Blair Moore, Kevin Campbell
Drawn by Chris Allan, Cosme Quartieri, David Schwartz, John Blair Moore
SC, 160 pgs, FC, SRP: $3.99
COVER: Ed Murrieta, Brian Garvey
ISBN13: 9781608866540
Diamond Code: OCT100890

Collected for the first time ever! The original DARKWING DUCK series that fans have demanded! If you love the new DARKWING DUCK original BOOM! comic series, then you’ll love these classic tales originally published while the show was on the air. That’s right all you hardcore D.W. fans out there…here’s your chance to rediscover the daring duck of mystery as he gets downright dangerous in his very first comic book escapades, not seen in over a decade! Delight as the Disney Afternoon Revolution takes you on trip down memory lane as Darkwing Duck battles his most famous foes, and learns the ropes of fatherhood all in this 160-page volume!

THE MUPPET SHOW COMIC BOOK: MUPPET MASH TPB
Written by Roger Langridge
Drawn by Roger Langridge
SC, 128 pgs, FC, SRP: $9.99
COVER: Roger Langridge
ISBN13: 9781608866113
Diamond Code: DEC100844

Harvey Award-winning and Eisner Award-nominated Roger Langridge’s MUPPET SHOW COMIC BOOK continues its genius run. After a trip to Eastern Europe, Gonzo’s acting even stranger than what qualifies as normal – displaying a new penchant for avoiding sunlight! Statler and Waldorf show their age when an act strangely reminiscent of the days of the Pharoahs makes the Muppet curmudgeons wax nostalgic for their mummies. Meanwhile, the flames of romance rekindle in the old malcontents for a suspiciously youthful crush!

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  1. January 31, 2011 at 8:57 am — Reply

    I love me some DW, but Im not sure Im all in on the whole DW Classic thingy.
    This could be becaurse im running throu all the old TV episodes at the moment. Buuuut naaaah, I thing I’ll rather have the “new” DW in my comics, thank you.

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