(TV Series) (story - 2 episodes, 1987) (story "The Unsafe Safe" - 1 episode, 1989) (story "Tralla La" - 1 episode, 1989) (story "The Status Seeker" - 1 episode, 1987) (story "The Golden Fleecing" - 1 episode, 1987) (story "The Lemming With The Locket" - 1 episode, 1987) (story "Land Beneath the Ground!" - 1 episode, 1987) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1987) (story "The Giant Robot Robbers" - 1 episode, 1987)
Was a major writer/artist at Dell/Gold Key Comics best known for his acclaimed adventure stories featuring Donald Duck and his friends and relatives including original characters like Uncle Scrooge McDuck.
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Did You Know?
One of the greatest difficulties in handling characters is in figuring out how each character is going to react to a certain situation. In that respect, Uncle Scrooge is fairly easy to keep in line. He will always choose the cheapest way to meet an emergency.
In 1999, Comic's Journal published a list of top 100 comics in the 20th century. Carl's Donald Duck stories ranked #7 on the list. His Uncle Scrooge stories ranked #20.