The Duckburg Agitator is a newspaper published in Duckburg.

Description & HistoryEdit

One of Duckburg's many local newspapers, the Agitator was one of the newspapers which, at the end of the summer of 1971, predicted an incoming cyclone. Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck and the other Junior Woodchucks of their troop, who had been camping out in the woods in the days leading up to the cyclone, had not been made aware of this, and ended up convinced that their attempt at a Guidebook-aided raindance had been responsible for rousing the freak storm, until they stumbled upon the issue of the Agitator whose headline spoke of the cyclone, which eased their conscience.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Duckburg Agitator appears in the 1972 Carl Barks-written story Storm Dancers.

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