Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow’s Ducktales #20

Ducktales #20 hits stores tomorrow, starring America’s favorite capitalist fowl, Scrooge McDuck. And Scrooge is up to his old tricks, trying to cut corners at his company by using free labor instead of hiring someone by bringing on an intern, much to the chagrin of Dr. Gyro Gearloose!

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Making matters worse, this intern, Fethry, appears to be totally incompetent! But since he’s related to the boss, he gets this coveted (but unpaid position), regardless of merit!

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Does it matter if this will wreak havoc for Gyro’s science? Do capitalists care about science anyway? Perhaps Scrooge is hoping Fethry will sabotage Gyro’s important climate change study?

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

When will Duckburg free itself from the shackles of capitalism? Will Gyro murder McDuck and seize the means of production for himself? You’ll have to pick up the issue and read the rest of the story if you want to find the answers to these questions.

Ducktales #20 hits stores next Wednesday.

Ducktales #20
(W) Various (A) Various (CA) Disney
It’s another two-part adventure for Uncle Scrooge, Gyro Gearloose, and Huey, Dewey, and Louie as Fethry Duck joins the team in the “Saga of the Super-Intern!” What chaos will be unleashed in Duckburg this time?!
In Shops: Apr 10, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20 Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

Capitalism and Nepotism Collide in Tomorrow's Ducktales #20

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