In the end, they’re both great American icons, but oddly enough, it’s the talking duck who lives in a world with Mickey Mouse whose exploits are more tempered with reality. Superman is a far better example of what we should be…
…but Uncle $crooge is a little bit closer to what we are.
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Gris Grimly
Mickey Mouse by Lewis Crow
The adventure of the Duckburg student by Enrico Faccini
Inspired by the short story The Adventure of the German Student by Washington Irving
Uncle Scrooge: The meanest, wealthiest duck in town by Romano Scarpa
In 1957 Scarpa was contacted by the Disney Britain publisher in order to realize some one page stories for the weekly magazine Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse. Scarpa realized three stories: Morty and Ferdy in Twin Trouble, The Last of the Mohigoof and this one, that was published on the 54th number of the magazine.
Source: romanoscarpa.net (it)