The Tourist from the End of the Universe (titled Paperino e il Turista Spaziale in the original Italian) is a comic story written by Tito Faraci, penciled by Giorgio Cavazzano and inked by Sandro Zemolin. It features Scrooge McDuck, O.K. Quack, Donald Duck and the Beagle Boys (including Blackheart Beagle). Jonathan Gray's 2015 localization also mentions Clerkly and Gyro Gearloose (it is unknown at present whether those references were present in the original).


Uncle Scrooge's Money Bin is threatened by an out-of-control, explosive satellite set to crash into it and destroy it… There's not enough time to move out his money, so Scrooge is forced to ask O.K. Quack to use his shaky grip on telekinesis to move the Bin out of the way in time. It works, but the explosion distracts the alien kook long enough for the flying Bin to fly away to who-knows-where… Can Scrooge find his Bin before the Beagle Boys do?

Behind the scenesEdit

This story was first printed on the 8th of November, 1981 in the Italian Topolino #1353. It was printed in English in Uncle Scrooge #437, with the script slightly altered (by Jonathan Gray), as usual with modern American translations.

This story is notable for being the second-ever appearance of O.K. Quack. It was published just a week after Quack's debut.

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