Duck's Bluff Story is INDUCKS's pseudo-title for a nameless comic story written and drawn by Carl Barks. It features Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck and Peg-Leg Pete, with heavy mentions, in their debuts, of Donald's great-grandfather Bluffer Duck and Pete's great-grandfather Boothead Pete.
Traveling to Duck's Bluff, a Wild West town named after their heroic sheriff ancestor Bluffer, Donald Duck and his nephews arrive just in time to find the entire population turned against the Duck clans by wrongful accusations that Sheriff Duck had been a fraud all along! Can Donald and the triplets clear their ancestor's name, or will Duck's Bluff have to be renamed just plain “Bluff”?
- Bluffer's defeat of the Masked Raiders in Carbine Canyon is mentioned in Volume II of The History of the Wild West as well as in Volume II of Dastardly Deeds, the autobiography-cum-criminal record of Boothead Pete.
- The story is contained within Picture Stories of the Great Duck Tribe (1959), which explains the context for the splash panel Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck looking at the picture of Donald Duck stealing their pocket money, prompting Donald to admit this was to pay for the fare to Duck's Bluff.
Behind the scenesEdit
This story was first published in 1959 in Four Color Comics #995 as part of Picture Stories of the Great Duck Tribe. It was reprinted in the same format in the Australian Giant #158, but was reprinted on its own in several other countries and languages.