In addition to hearing my dad sing his rendition of "Five Fat Turkeys Are We" to me over the phone (which my siblings and I burned into his brain over the course of many grade school assemblies), one of my favorite Thanksgiving traditionsis hitting my search engine of choice to skim comic book covers celebrating the baked bird/tofurky-filled American holiday. Unlike the arguably more popular Christmas and Halloween holidays, however, there's just not a ton of Thanksgiving comic book covers to go around. But be thankful! There's at least, like, 35 of them, which I've collected in no particular order for you to browse after the jump. Be warned, though, for whatever reason Donald Duck really wanted to murder his fellow fowl back in the day.
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