Somehow, the tale didn't catch on, selling only a quarter of its run of 10, So, you know, that makes it OK. Chris Sanders In the Sandersverse, the law of gravity is more of a suggestion, really. The book was a result of Dr. Chris Sanders What type of scene is the bear filming, we wonder? He was also a professor of biochemistry at Boston University, known for being a huge fan of logic and scientific reasoning. And it only gets weirder from there.
That's how Barks once envisioned himself during retirement:
Carl Barks The little-known origin of Daisy Duck. Well see if this rings a bell:. And here, ladies and gentlemen, is proof positive that even one of the "Big Three" science-fiction writers, PhD in biochemistry, longtime member and vice president of Mensa and possessor of history's second-most-impressive pair of mutton chopswasn't above telling a good old-fashioned dick joke:. It didn't help -- the movie utterly tanked and is generally viewed as a big ol' gulp of career poison to which Osamu luckily possessed a genetic immunity. Back in the early s, way before people came to know him as the Donald Duck Guy, Barks began his career at a racy men's magazine called the Calgary Eye-Openera job that involved penciling lots and lots of cartoon bazongas.