Comic Book Cats, number 89: Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #630, cover drawn by William Van Horn and colored by Gary Leach, published by Gladstone in November 1998.
You don’t find too many Disney cats, do you? No doubt that’s an inevitable result of having a mouse as your corporate mascot. Still, from time to time cats do pop up in Disney stories. Here’s a nice cover featuring Donald Duck walking in the hot sun, trying to cool down with an ice cream cone, only for it to be dripping to the ground, where an advantageous cat is eagerly licking it up. Too bad I didn’t find this one a couple of months ago, back during the summer heatwave. Well, better late than never.
William Van Horn began working on Disney comic books in the late 1980s. He was a prolific contributor to the “Duckverse,” writing and drawing numerous stories featuring Donald Duck, Scrooge McDuck and Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Van Horn retired in 2017.
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Comic Book Cats, number 89: Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories #630, cover drawn by William Van Horn and colored by Gary Leach, published by Gladstone in November 1998. You don’t find too many Disney cats, do you? No doubt that’s an inevitable result of having a mouse as your corporate...