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A crossover between the Darkwing Duck and DuckTales comics occurs in issues 17—18 and issues 5—6, respectively, of each.
Darkwing Duck tells the adventures of the titular superhero, aided by his sidekick and pilot Launchpad McQuack from DuckTales. In his secret identity of Drake Mallard a parody of Kent Allard, the alter ego of the Shadow , he lives in an unassuming suburban house with his adopted daughter Gosalyn, next door to the bafflingly dim-witted Muddlefoot family.
Darkwing struggles to balance his egotistical craving for fame and attention against his desire to be a good father to Gosalyn and help do good in St.
Most episodes put these two aspects of Darkwing's character in direct conflict, though Darkwing's better nature usually prevails.
The show was the first Disney Afternoon series to emphasize action rather than adventure, with Darkwing routinely engaging in slapstick battles with both supervillains and street criminals.
While conflict with villains was routine in earlier Disney Afternoon shows, actual fight scenes were relatively rare. Darkwing Duck was also the first Disney Afternoon property that was produced completely as a genre parody.
Prior shows would contain elements of parody in certain episodes, but would otherwise be straight-faced adventure concepts, this in the tradition of Carl Barks' work in the Disney comics.
By contrast, every episode of Darkwing Duck is laden with references to superhero, pulp adventure, or super-spy fiction. Darkwing Duck himself is a satirical character.
The fictional city of St. Canard is a direct parody of Gotham City. Darkwing Duck was developed as a last-minute replacement with concept artwork by Michael Peraza for a proposed reboot of The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show , when the management team realized that Disney did not own the rights to the characters Disney merely held home video rights to the series.
The show was a spin-off of the very successful series DuckTales. The name "The Masked Mallard" became an epithet often used in the new show to refer to Darkwing himself.
It turned out that the title Double-O Duck could not be used as the Broccoli family owned the 'double-o' title.
A new name was selected, "Darkwing Duck". Thus, Stones designed a new character for the lead, Drake Mallard , while selecting McQuack as the sidekick.
Other elements of the show, such as Darkwing's habit of coining new catchphrases every time he announced himself, would be invented during production.
Where most prior Disney Afternoon series included at least some preexisting animated characters, Darkwing Duck featured a completely original cast.
Even the DuckTales characters it reused had no counterpart in early Disney shorts or the comics. Darkwing Duck first aired on The Disney Channel on March 31, , as a "sneak preview",   and then from April 6 into July 14 of that year as a regularly scheduled run on weekend mornings,    as it was advertised to be "The newest animated TV series exclusively to The Disney Channel".
In reality, this was a preview-run of the series before it aired on The Disney Afternoon. Seasons 1 and 2 were aired simultaneously in the autumn of Season 1 aired in syndication as part of The Disney Afternoon block of shows.
Seasons 2 and 3 aired on Saturday mornings on ABC. The final episode aired on December 12, All episodes remained in syndicated reruns on The Disney Afternoon until and then returned to the line-up from to The series was last seen in the U.
Certain episodes from the show's original run rarely re-aired while the show was on Toon Disney. These episodes appear to have been removed for content reasons.
The most prominent of the rarely seen episodes is " Hot Spells ", which was never re-aired after its initial broadcast on ABC because of its religiously sensitive subject matter.
Darkwing Duck was one of the first American animated TV series to be officially broadcast in syndication in the former Soviet Union.
The show formerly aired on Disney XD in international territories such as the Netherlands and Germany. The videotapes also included a Darkwing Duck music video which played at the end of each tape.
It included 25 episodes, plus the two-part pilot "Darkly Dawns the Duck", as opposed to the uncut version's release on VHS.
The second volume, containing the next 27 episodes, was released on August 7, It is currently unknown if Disney has any intentions of releasing the remaining 37 episodes on DVD.
No official releases have been made outside the United States and Canada. As of September , the majority of the series is available for purchase on the iTunes Store and Google Play ,  with the lone exception of the banned episode " Hot Spells ".
The entire series including the episode "Hot Spells" is currently available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video in Germany. The first season comprising the show's first two seasons is available in six volumes while the second season comprising the third season is available in one volume.
Disney Comics published a four-issue Darkwing Duck comic book mini-series in late , right around the time of the show's syndicated premiere.
This mini-series was an adaptation of a draft of the script for "Darkly Dawns the Duck". Like the TaleSpin comic before it, it was meant to spin off a regular comic series, but the Disney Comics implosion happening at the time prevented that plan.
However, Darkwing Duck stories were regularly printed in Disney Adventures magazine between the November and January issues. Additionally, Darkwing Duck stories were also regularly featured in Marvel Comics ' short-lived Disney Afternoon comic book.
Studios announced that they would be releasing a four-issue Darkwing Duck miniseries, titled "The Duck Knight Returns", starting in June of that year.
The series was written by Aaron Sparrow uncredited , Ian Brill and drawn by James Silvani, and was set one year after the end of the show. A 4-part crossover story with Disney's DuckTales , titled "Dangerous Currency", was released with parts 1 and 3 for DuckTales 5 and 6, and parts 2 and 4 for Darkwing Duck 17 and The comic also made a lot of homages to other Disney shows: Magica's powered up form in 7 has emblems that reference film villains like Hades and Jafar, someone holds a sign saying "Bring Back Bonkers " in the background of 6, and 3 shows Launchpad tried to get a job with Gadget Hackwrench of the Rescue Rangers from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
Studios prematurely losing the Disney Comics license. On January 20, , it was reported that the series would be returning to the comic book format.
Darkwing Duck is now wearing a purple necktie instead of his usual turtleneck. The first issue debuted on April 27, Titled "Orange is the New Purple".
The comic was cancelled after eight issues due to poor sales. On July 25, , it was announced that the Boom! Studios would be reprinted in Disney's Afternoon Giant.
The first issue will be released in October Throughout the run of BOOM! Studios ' Darkwing Duck comic series, there was controversy as to who was responsible for the series.
Editor Aaron Sparrow is largely credited with the idea to relaunch the property and has claimed to have plotted the first arc and come up with many of the concepts for following story arcs.
However, artist James Silvani has publicly credited Sparrow not only with the idea of bringing the series back, but assisting him in ghost-writing much of the series and changing a lot of the concepts Brill brought to the series following Sparrow's departure from BOOM!
Comics, rasslin', and movies are my thing. Ook Disney. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. I make them too. Darkwing's TV producer feels that Darkwing's TV show needs a new gimmick in the form of a spin-off character, which might really be Darkwing's replacement by Dr.
Reginald Bushroot! This scheme is actually a scam by the TV producer to steal money from the show with an over-inflated Expense account —since it is much cheaper to have a plant such as Bushroot as the main star than an actor such as Darkwing!
Herb and Binke Muddlefoot are actors who have act of out characther ruthless business tycoons due to a hidden clause in their acting contract that "The Studio is always Right".
The Muddlefoots and Bushroot get to ride in a limousine which Darkwing and Gosalyn have to sneak in the studio disguised as Donald Duck and Louie Duck!
Only appearance of the Darkwing Duck fan club who recognize Gosalyn but not Darkwing! Negaduck steals a diamond that can steal other people's powers.
After he steals the powers from Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator and Quackerjack, they have to use their weaknesses to stop Mega-Negaduck.
It's Ammonia Pine's worst nightmare! It would be easy for Darkwing Duck to stop them. But Gosalyn, not having enough allowance to buy a video game, has discovered that she can cash in whatever she recycles… including the Thunderquack's engine, the Ratcatcher, a few gas guns, etc.
While investigating pizza topping crimes, Darkwing falls for a beautiful, creepy villainess called Morgana MacCawber. Alien hats from outer space invade earth, take control of a slew of nuclear weapons, and demand to be made rulers of the universe.
Debut of Flarg, Barada and Nikto. This time, the fiendish organization is in control of the tides themselves. Gander Hooter teams up Darkwing and Gryzlikoff to foil the plot, and they end up fighting amongst themselves rather than getting to the bottom of things.
Honker notices a villainess named Splatter Phoenix making her way through the museum by way of the paintings.
When Honker tries to tell people about it, no one believes him. Mostly his parents punish him for going crazy. Gosalyn gets involved and ends up stuck in a painting.
At the end Honker was telling the truth about Splatter Phoenix and Splatter has been arrested and Honker punishment has been overturned by his parents.
When Quackerware comes to life, S. Drake investigates by joining in on Herb's Quackerware sales route. Bulba refuses their offer and burns only with the desire to have revenge on Darkwing, which includes kidnapping Gosalyn and Honker.
To make matters worse, a recent accident has Darkwing in a wheelchair. Can he defeat a new and improved Terminator machine and rescue the kids in his condition?
Darkwing is to appear as the guest of honor at a comic book convention, while Splatter Phoenix terrorizes the town by "improving" boring art.
Darkwing and Gosalyn go with Morgana to her old magic school, where she is to present her thesis paper. Gosalyn tries to find a shortcut to learning magic.
A news reporter wants to film Darkwing Duck on his cases. But she thinks what Darkwing is doing is too boring. So she becomes a villain for DW to fight to boost her ratings.
Will DW be canceled permanently? Gosalyn, working for her school newspaper, covers the three way battle between the Rubber Chicken, Cement-head and Darkwing Duck.
Morgana opens up a new restaurant, but Darkwing forgets to cancel the guests coming there: The Cute Little Lost Bunnies!
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Syndicated Disney Afternoon. Darkwing Duck is a little known crime fighter of St. Canard, dying for a big break , and the publicity that goes with it.
Yet when he gets on the trail of the infamous Taurus Bulba 's latest scheme, he gets into more trouble than he expected, and ends up adopting a young girl, by the name of Gosalyn.
Gosalyn is now under Darkwing's protection, but Taurus Bulba is still out to get her, believing she has the Waddlemeyer Ramrod arming code.
But Gosalyn doesn't know anything about it. The owner of the local miniature golf course, Lilliput, has invented a helmet that allows him to communicate with ants.
He then uses a shrink ray to shrink the buildings and landmarks of St. Canard, using the ants to haul the now-shrunk buildings back to the miniature golf, where they become part of the course.
Eventually Lilliput shrinks Darkwing down to an even tinier size. Title Reference: Night of the Living Dead.
Title Reference: The Grapes of Wrath. Absent : Gosalyn. Darkwing Duck falls afoul of Megavolt and comes out blind.
Undaunted, DW tries to keep going using a few inventive gadgets, but Gosalyn, Honker and Launchpad almost get killed because of his arrogance.
Gosalyn and the gang plan to nab Megavolt themselves, but get caught by him instead. Infuriated at how he's portrayed in his new comic book , Darkwing decides he can write the comic better himself.
But he keeps getting interrupted by everyone, who then add their own little bits. Finally, even Megavolt joins in the writing of the story.
Megavolt gets zapped with his new invention, which lets him turn regular home appliances into living things.
He assembles a group consisting of a salon chair, a refrigerator, a guitar, and a TV. Darkwing Duck has to stop them before they take over St. Title Reference: Trading Places.
Title Reference: Bearskin Rug. Title Reference: Days of Thunder. When the other superheroes Neptunia, Gizmoduck , Morgana, and Stegmutt hear about this, they band together to form the Justice Ducks.
Darkwing, who wants all the credit for the Fearsome Five's defeat, is less than thrilled -- but when he faces the Fearsome Five, he soon finds out the job is more than he can handle.
The Justice Ducks are each defeated and captured by the Fearsome Five. Darkwing soon becomes their only hope, and the five heroes join in battle against the five villains, with the ultimate victors deciding the fate of the whole city.
Title Reference: The movie Arachnophobia. Title Reference: When Worlds Collide. Honker and Gosalyn track down a set of dinosaur footprints , and are led to the nefarious Dr.
Fossil, duck turned dinosaur. With his de-evolution ray and the aid of a passing comet , Fossil plans to end the current life on the planet to give dinosaurs a second chance.
Title Reference: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness. Title Reference: Faster than a speeding bullet Absent : Gosalyn. The program has sent Tuskernini to Drake's house.
On January 18, , Joe Books Twitter feed reported that Darkwing Duck would be returning to monthly comics beginning in April with Sparrow and Silvani at the helm.
According to Silvani's Twitter account, "Dangerous Currency" has been declared non-canon by Disney, and will not be referenced within the new series.
In the DuckTales reboot, Darkwing Duck plays a major recurring role. The show itself first appears in the episode "Beware the B. While watching the episode, Launchpad states that the actor portraying Darkwing Duck is "an old school actor who did all his own stunts" named Jim Starling — a spoof of his voice actor, Jim Cummings; who reprises his role as the character alongside Michael Bell as Quackerjack.
Canard being stated in the premiere episode and the name of the evil organization F. Both F. Banana Brain", featuring Paddywhack.
After an insane Starling's attempt to kill Mallard results in the set's explosion and Starling's presumed death, the movie is canceled.
However, Launchpad convinces Drake to become a real superhero, while Starling, having secretly survived the explosion, becomes Negaduck.
Drake later reappears in "Moonvasion! Darkwing features prominently in the two-part episode "Let's Get Dangerous! On April 2, , a rumor surfaced that Disney would be rebooting the series for a premiere on Disney XD.
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