One comics creator whose work can truly be appreciated by all ages is Carl Barks. Here is another splendiferous hardcover volume in the fifteen-year Fantagraphics Books project of bringing the entirety of his work for The Walt Disney Company back into print in a complete, thirty-volume edition of The Carl Barks Library. This is the sixth volume to be released (but is the eighth position, chronologically speaking, of the series as they are being released out of order) so it looks like we're a fifth of the way there. In this volume readers will get the chance to enjoy Barksian takes on the world of 1949 in graphic novellas such as the titular "Trail of the Unicorn", along with the mega-classics “Luck of the North” and “Land of the Totem Poles.” An out-of-season Christmas classic is also on hand here – "Letter to Santa" – along with a bevy of immortal WDC&S 10-pagers, a handful of one-pagers, and the usual endnotes by a select cadre of Barks-experts, which provide welcome details, historical background and analysis. This volume is also notable for including some of Barks's most iconic covers, including WDC&S #108. This volume is introduced by Diary of a Wimpy Kid creator, Jeff Kinney.