As part of the Barks Remarkspodcast (, I am maintaining what I call the "Barks Remarks Adventure Map." Here is the most recent iteration of the map, current with our release of the episode covering "the Second-Richest Duck":
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Note that the map is not complete, but rather is updated every few weeks, as we release corresponding episodes.
Also, the ten-pagers are largely domestic affairs, generally taking place in Duckburg, but a handful may be interesting to map. At some point I will probably create a second maps layer so that people can toggle the adventure stories and ten-pagers on and off. I will probably need to crowdsource for help thinking of those locations, though! (Ones that come to mind include Omelet, the ducks' Florida visit from "a Charitable Chore," and Donald's trip down Niagra Falls).
There is something of a key; you'll find Donald stories in blue markers, Scrooge stories in red. I welcome comments, but remember, this will not be an exact science!