The 28th entry in the Hey, Daisy, Whatever Happened To Scrooge? series was written and drawn by Don Rosa. It features potential versions of Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck, and the grave of Scrooge McDuck.
In a glimpse to a timeline where the Unaging Effect never existed and Scrooge McDuck died in 1967, the aged Duck family visits his grave, with Daisy asking Donald to tell her the story of Scrooge's final adventure…
- Scrooge McDuck was born in 1867, and, in this account, dies in 1967 at the age of a hundred.
- Donald Duck and Daisy Duck appear to now be married, judging by their rings.
- Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck grew up and stopped wearing identical clothing.
- Scrooge's gravemarker bears the epitaph “Fortuna Favet Fortibus” (meaning “Fortune favors the bold”).
- Rosa was not the first to use an aged Donald Duck and Daisy Duck trying to recall the circumstances of Scrooge McDuck's passing as his entry in Hey, Daisy, Whatever Happened To Scrooge?; Bob Foster's 1982 entry used much the same premise.
Behind the scenes
This entry in the Hey, Daisy, Whatever Happened To Scrooge? series, first published in the German fanzine Der Donaldist - Sonderheft #77, was printed in the United States of America in in Walt Disney Treasures #2 (2008) and in Volume 3 of the Don Rosa Library. It is without a doubt the most famous entry in the series, having served as the opportunity for Don Rosa to present his vision of the epilogue to the “canon” of Carl Barks's stories and his own, with Scrooge dying and the triplets growing up. The date of 1967 was chosen as the year Barks stopped drawing new adventures of Uncle Scrooge in the real world.