Also included in this issue:
Cover of "Uncle Scrooge #18"--original source of the "Pygmy Indians" story; art by Carl Barks, color by Scott Rockwell (1 pg)
Cover of "Uncle Scrooge Adventures #10"--first Gladstone reprinting of the "Pygmy Indians" story; art by Daan Jippes, color by Sue Kolberg (1 pg)
"In the Land of the Peeweegah", a text commentary by Don Rosa detailing his history with the Barks story and coming up with his sequel (3 pgs)
"World of the Wendigo", a collection of covers used for European publications of Rosa's "Wendigo" story; Rosa, until this volume, had never drawn a cover for the tale (1 pg)
Synopsis: Scrooge is tired of Duckburg's massive air pollution problems (much of which he caused) and vows to move to the "Northern Wilds" where he encounters the Peeweegah, a tribe of "pygmy Indians".
Notes: Story originally published in Uncle Scrooge (1953) #18.
Synopsis: Scrooge, Donald and the boys visit the "Northern Wilds" (now firmly established as in Canada) where Scrooge's factory workers claim to be terrorized by the "wendigo". As it turns out, all the activities are being done by the Peeweegah who kidnap Scrooge and accuse him of breaking his word to keep the land clean.
Notes: 27 pages
Reprinted from "Micky Maus 45-47/1991" (Germany).