History ComicBook / DarkwingDuck

25th Sep '17 3:19:09 AM MarkLungo
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* UncertainDoom: [[spoiler:Dean Tightbill.]] We don't know of Steelbeak actually ''opened'' the "alligator briefcase" or if he just used the threat of it to frighten [[spoiler:Tightbill]] into handing over the money.

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* UncertainDoom: [[spoiler:Dean Tightbill.]] We don't know of if Steelbeak actually ''opened'' the "alligator briefcase" or if he just used the threat of it to frighten [[spoiler:Tightbill]] into handing over the money.
25th Sep '17 1:34:08 AM Kooshmeister
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Dean Tightbill. In "Beauty and the Beet" he was admittedly kind of a jerk, but he was portrayed as a coldly pragmatic penny-pincher at worst. [[spoiler:As of this comic series, he's become a full-fledged evil villain conducting evil scientific experiments. May count as a FaceHeelTurn depending on how much of a good guy one considered him to be before.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Dean Tightbill. In "Beauty and the Beet" he was admittedly kind of a jerk, but he was portrayed as a coldly pragmatic penny-pincher at worst. [[spoiler:As of this comic series, he's become a full-fledged evil villain conducting evil scientific experiments. May count as a FaceHeelTurn depending on how much of a good guy one considered him to be before.]]
25th Sep '17 1:32:52 AM Kooshmeister
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Dean Tightbill. In "Beauty and the Beet" he was admittedly kind of a jerk, but at worst was merely unsympathetic to Bushroot and portrayed as a coldly pragmatic penny-pincher at worst. [[spoiler:As of this comic series, he's become a full-fledged evil villain conducting evil scientific experiments. May count as a FaceHeelTurn depending on how much of a good guy one considered him to be before.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Dean Tightbill. In "Beauty and the Beet" he was admittedly kind of a jerk, but at worst he was merely unsympathetic to Bushroot and portrayed as a coldly pragmatic penny-pincher at worst. [[spoiler:As of this comic series, he's become a full-fledged evil villain conducting evil scientific experiments. May count as a FaceHeelTurn depending on how much of a good guy one considered him to be before.]]
25th Sep '17 1:28:24 AM Kooshmeister
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* TookALevelInJerkass: Dean Tightbill. In "Beauty and the Beet" he was admittedly kind of a jerk, but at worst was merely unsympathetic to Bushroot and portrayed as a coldly pragmatic penny-pincher at worst. [[spoiler:As of this comic series, he's become a full-fledged evil villain conducting evil scientific experiments. May count as a FaceHeelTurn depending on how much of a good guy one considered him to be before.]]
* UncertainDoom: [[spoiler:Dean Tightbill.]] We don't know of Steelbeak actually ''opened'' the "alligator briefcase" or if he just used the threat of it to frighten [[spoiler:Tightbill]] into handing over the money.
31st Aug '17 9:51:32 PM MirandaShadowind
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* DistractedByTheSexy: Combined with a variant of ATruceWhileWeGawk in issue #5 of the Joe Books run, which is a re-imagining of an old ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' comic story, "The Kitty Kat Kaper". In both versions, Darkwing barges in on a hotel room gathering of some of his RoguesGallery, who are watching a beauty pageant on Pay Per View and refuse to budge until it's over. Darkwing and Launchpad quickly become equally distracted and buy-in off-panel to watch too. The fighting doesn't start until the pageant's over.
20th Jul '17 11:02:55 PM Ambaryerno
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** Many in the Boom! series:
*** The first arc is titled "[[Comicbook/TheDarkKnightReturns The Duck Knight Returns]]," with covers [[https://camo.derpicdn.net/e5d20dd0c2bbe29e19d3922244e3624b81dcb3a2?url=http%3A%2F%2Fdarkwingblog.files.wordpress.com%2F2010%2F10%2Fdarkwingdarkknightcomparison1.jpg referencing (and parodying) the iconic image]] of Comicbook/{{Batman}} leaping through a dark sky illuminated by lightning.
*** Duckthulhu is, of course, a reference to the Main/CthulhuMythos.
*** "Crisis of Infinite Darkwings" is a nod to Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths.
29th Jun '17 10:56:34 AM Silverblade2
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** In Issue #2, Quackerjack goes down this road (carrying [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Joker]] level insanity with him) at the very mention of Negaduck's name.

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** In Issue #2, Quackerjack goes down this road (carrying [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker [[ComicBook/TheJoker Joker]] level insanity with him) at the very mention of Negaduck's name.
16th Jun '17 5:34:03 AM Dutchtica
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* CrazyPrepared: Darkwing wrote a superhero instruction manual just in case Camille Chameleon, a ''oneshot villain from the series'', should ever impersonate one of his friends, ''and he immediately susses her out when she reads the book'' as it exposes her SnakeTalk.
28th May '17 6:03:17 PM HeroGal2347
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* PetTheDog: Darkwarrior Duck, after his defeat by Quiverwing Darkwing, urges him to help Darkwing Prime have one of the last victories he'll have before [[spoiler: Morgana's]] disappearance.
22nd May '17 9:14:01 AM CaptainTedium
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* CutenessProximity: In the fifth issue of the Joe Books revival, Launchpad and Darkwing have difficulty taking Fluffy seriously because he happens to be an adorable kitten.

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* CutenessProximity: In the fifth issue of the Joe Books revival, Launchpad and Darkwing have difficulty taking Fluffy seriously because he happens to be an adorable kitten.kitten and they can't stop gushing over how cute he is.
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