“W.H.A.D.A.L.O.T.T.A.J.A.R.G.O.N.” is a 1997 Donald Duck story by Don Rosa. This story was originally made to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Huey, Dewey and Louie’s first appearance in a newspaper comic strip drawn by Al Taliaferro.
The story’s title can be read as whada lotta jargon (what a lot of jargon), but is also an acronym that stands for When Huey And Dewey And Louie Originally Thought To Adopt Junior-Woodchuck Attitudes, Regulations, and Grandiose Organizational Nomenclature.
In this page, you'll find images from Don Rosa's comic “W.H.A.D.A.L.O.T.T.A.J.A.R.G.O.N”.
By clicking on the button below each picture, you can display the "D.U.C.K." dedication.
As a game, Don Rosa hid the four letters in most of his artworks, and fans had a blast looking for them in the pictures.
The dedication can be hard to find. Move your mouse over each picture to zoom-in!
Comic images available from these pages are © The Walt Disney Company.