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Criminal gang coup on Earth: Tank crackers are 70 years old!  (Photo)

Criminal gang coup on Earth: Tank crackers are 70 years old! (Photo)

Berlin (OTS) Tank crackers have been doing mischief in Duckburg for more than 70 years. In November 1951, legendary duck painter Carl Parks gave tank crackers their first appearance. It was the 134th issue of the American series “Stories and Stories of Walt Disney”. Since then, the red turtleneck sweater gang of criminals has had one big goal: to break into Dagobert Duck’s money store and his adorable billions.

A memory that you not only wish to celebrate underground, but with three Egmont Ehapa publications. This allows fans to throw their crime reading party at home in the anti-burglary living room.

In the LTB Duck Edition 72 “The Art of Cracking,” tank crackers are used consistently at 336 pages. Right before the decisive break and the really big reversal, they end up behind bars with regular pauses to reflect. The LTB Duck Edition (€7.99) will be available in stores from November 5th.

At Walt Disney Lustiges Taschenbuch (LTB) No. 552 “70 Years of the Panzerknacker” scammers attempt to loot Dagobert Duck’s cash store. An enduring challenge to Duckburg’s criminal model. From November 9, LTB number 552 “70 years of Panzerknacker” (€6.99) will be in stores and in Available. In addition to the breathtaking adventures of crooks, there are ten other stories from the world of Duckburg.

The Egmont Comic Collection will also celebrate 70 years filled with bankruptcies, coups and thefts with a hardcover release starting November 3. The anniversary volume “70 Years of the Panzerknacker” (ISBN 978-3-7704-0195-6, €25.00) presents a selection of the “best” works of Duckburg’s beloved millionaires by famous star illustrators, including German publications.

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To read the PDFs, review transcripts and copy the drawings on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the tank-breaking, please contact the press.

Inquiries and contact:

Anja Adam
Press and public relations
Egmont Ehapa Media GmbH
Egmont Verlagsgesellschaft mbH
Phone +49 (0) 30/24 00 85 35