70th Heaven (40 jaar DD Feest! in the original Dutch) is a comic story written by Evert Geradts, penciled by Daan Jippes and inked by Michel Nadorp. It features appearances by Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Gladstone Gander, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Elvira Duck, Gyro Gearloose and the Little Helper.
Also featured are Gus Goose, Neighbor Jones, Launchpad McQuack, Magica De Spell, Goofy, Madam Mim, Alice, Basil of Baker Street, Witch Hazel, Beelzebub, Big Chief, Bucky Bug, Bo Bug, Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, Brer Bear, Big Bad Wolf, Li'l Bad Wolf, Captain Hook, Christopher Robin, Doctor Dawson, Dumbo, Timothy Q. Mouse, Ellsworth Bheezer, Fifer Pig, Fiddler Pig, Practical Pig, Pinocchio, Gepetto, The Seven Dwarfs, John Foulfellow, J. Audubon Woodlore, Jaq and Gus, José Carioca, Lambert, Little Hiawatha, Little John, Lucifer, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, Mr Smee, Pedro, Peter, Peter Pan, Prince John, Professor Ratigan, the Queen of Hearts, Robin Hood, Scamp, the Beagle Boys, the Lost Boys, Tinker Bell, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, and Willie the Giant.
Donald Duck hosts a party in celebration of the Dutch Donald Duck comic book's 40th anniversary. But Gladstone Gander is hosting his own party, and the invitations fly all throughout the world. Many characters show up to the party, but they are directed to Donald's party instead, turning it into a huge celebration. And when Neighbor Jones tries to ruin the party, it's up to the crowd to save the party.
Behind the scenes
This story was first published on October 23rd, 1992, in the Dutch Donald Duck #1992X43. It was printed in English in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #715, where, to avoid confusing readers not familiar with the plot device of Donald's story being recounted in comic books in-universe, the Donald Duck book was replaced with a "homebrew community paper" created by Humperdink Duck, called the Webfoot Waddle, meant to celebrate its 70th birthday in that story. While the story avoided mentioning it, the date of a 70th anniversary was, of course, an allusion to the anniversary of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories.