$crooge McDuck, Donald Duck's infamous grumpy Scottish uncle, was created in 1947 by a freelance artist named Carl Barks. For nearly a century, the richest duck in the world has inspired countless creative fans around the globe who turned his adventures into music, films, sculptures, books and so on. To unveil this (duck) tale, we met with Keno Don Rosa, his biggest fan, who became the celebrated author of the world-famous biopic: The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck. The Will Eisner award winning artist explains the reasons behind his love for the Disney-licensed character while recreating some of its most famous portraits. Following Uncle Scrooge's webbed-step around the world, this 'duckumentary' also features some of the most unique and talented minds that were inspired by the character including Tuomas Holopainen, leader of Finnish metal band Nightwish, and Don Murphy, producer of the Transformers movie franchise.