You might know Don Rosa from his Eisner Award winning work on Uncle $crooge and Donald Duck comics, but did you know he was quite famous among comic fans even before that? In 1971, Don started his very own strip, "The Pertwillaby Papers," in The Kentucky Kernel, the daily student's newspaper at the University of Kentucky where he later earned a civil engineering degree. It was subsequently continued in the famous Rocket's Blast Comicollector fanzine, and several plot elements of title character Lancelot Pertwillaby's adventures were later re-used in Don's Duck comics. Now, for the first time ever, relive all the completely uncut episodes of this zany series in a unique collector's edition that contains tons of bonus features like newspaper articles, interviews, ads, several additional comics from Don's youth and much more! Also included are introductions by Don himself, Pertwillaby co-creator Ron Weinberg and former Marvel and DC writer Roger Stern!