History ComicBook / DarkwingDuck

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.
3rd May '17 5:45:25 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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* DeliciousFruitPies: As a parody of the comic book ads featuring [[Creator/DCComics DC]] and [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]] superheroes defeating villains by offering Hostess products, the sixth issue of the Joe Books revival has Darkwing Duck defeat Splatter Phoenix by trapping her inside an ad for [[BlandNameProduct Mostess Veggie Pies]].
2nd May '17 12:40:17 AM CaptainTedium
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In February 2015, the first 16 issues of the Boom! Comics series and both stories in the single annual issue were reprinted as a trade by Joe Books Inc., rewritten by original editor Aaron Sparrow to better fit the show's tone and featuring a new epilogue. This was followed with a new series written by Sparrow and produced by Joe Books that began in May 2016 and is reported to be canceled after its 8th issue.

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In February 2015, the first 16 issues of the Boom! Comics series and both stories in the single annual issue were reprinted as a trade by Joe Books Inc., rewritten by original editor Aaron Sparrow to better fit the show's tone and featuring a new epilogue. This was followed with a new series written by Sparrow and produced by Joe Books that began in May 2016 and is reported to be was canceled in March 2017 after its 8th issue.
eight issues.
14th Mar '17 11:43:39 PM MarkLungo
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14th Mar '17 11:26:18 PM MarkLungo
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* HalloweenEpisode: The 2-Part story "Dawn of the Day of the Return of the Living Spud" takes place over Halloween Night

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* HalloweenEpisode: The 2-Part story "Dawn of the Day of the Return of the Living Spud" takes place over Halloween Nightnight.


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* HeelFaceTurn: In the first issue of the new comic series, one of Drake Mallard's co-workers is [[spoiler: his old classmate Elmo Sputterspark, aka Megavolt.]]
14th Mar '17 11:23:44 PM MarkLungo
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In 2010, nearly 2 decades after ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' went off the air, Disney revived the franchise with the announcement of a brand-new four-issue comic miniseries, later expanded to a ongoing monthly comic series, published by [[Creator/KaboomComics Boom! Kids]]. Unfortunately, the comic book was cancelled in 2011 after 18 issues due to Creator/{{Disney}} obtaining ownership of Creator/MarvelComics and revoking Boom's license to make comics based on Disney properties. Boom! managed to weasel the publication of a few more issues to conclude the story arc they were publishing at the time, ''Dangerous Currency,'' even after they had lost the license. [[DidntThinkThisThrough Bad Idea]]: not only has Disney sued Boom! for this, ''Dangerous Currency'' has never been reprinted anywhere ''in the whole world'' ever since, and Disney constantly hammers that it's now "non-canon".

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In 2010, nearly 2 decades after ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' went off the air, Disney Creator/{{Disney}} revived the franchise with the announcement of a brand-new four-issue comic miniseries, later expanded to a ongoing monthly comic series, published by [[Creator/KaboomComics Boom! Kids]]. Unfortunately, the comic book was cancelled canceled in 2011 after 18 issues due to Creator/{{Disney}} obtaining ownership of Creator/MarvelComics and revoking Boom's license to make comics based on Disney properties. Boom! managed to weasel the publication of a few more issues to conclude the story arc they were publishing at the time, ''Dangerous Currency,'' even after they had lost the license. [[DidntThinkThisThrough Bad Idea]]: not only has Disney sued Boom! for this, ''Dangerous Currency'' has never been reprinted anywhere ''in the whole world'' ever since, and Disney constantly hammers that it's now "non-canon".



** Muckduck makes his first appearance in the second issue of the Joe Books ongoing. When Darkwing escapes from Liquidator via the garbage chute, the garbage comes alive and reveals Muckduck, a creature literally made of filth and trash.

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** Muckduck makes his first appearance in the second issue of the Joe Books ongoing. When Darkwing escapes from Liquidator via the garbage chute, the garbage comes alive and reveals Muckduck, [[MuckMonster a creature literally made of filth and trash.trash]].
14th Mar '17 11:16:04 PM Karxrida
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* ReformedVillain: In the first issue of the new comic series, one of Drake Mallard's co-workers is [[spoiler: his old classmate Elmo Sputterspark, aka Megavolt.]]
14th Mar '17 11:14:53 PM Karxrida
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* CivilianVillain: In the first issue of the new comic series, one of Drake Mallard's co-workers is [[spoiler: his old classmate Elmo Sputterspark, aka Megavolt.]]


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* ReformedVillain: In the first issue of the new comic series, one of Drake Mallard's co-workers is [[spoiler: his old classmate Elmo Sputterspark, aka Megavolt.]]
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