Gusbert's Grandmother was a female anthropomorphic duck.
An elderly woman with a passable resemblance to Elvira Duck by the turn of the 19th century, Captain Gusbert Walton's grandmother was the subject of deep love and respect from her grandson, who wrote to her daily even when in an expedition to the North Pole. In one particular long example of those letters, Gusbert informed her of his encounter with Victor von Duckenstein and Victor's tale itself.
Behind the scenesEdit
Gusbert's Grandmother has a small role in the 2016 story Duckenstein.
As the story is one of the Grandi Parodie, she is a historical counterpart to a present-day regular, namely, Grandma Duck — much as Gusbert Walton resembles Gus Goose. As to the "Frankenstein parody" aspect of things, she takes over the role of the original Captain Walton's sister (Margaret Walton Saville) as the person he writes the tale to.