History Heartwarming / DarkwingDuck

9th Mar '17 7:14:11 AM cacaxa91
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* In issue #8 of the Joe Books run, after Bushroot is forced to [[spoiler: kill Posey by his own hand after another destructive potato zombie rampage and despite his best efforts to talk her down, Darkwing comes to sit next to him as things are dying down, even admitting that he wishes things didn't have to come to that.]]

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* In issue #8 of the Joe Books run, after Bushroot is forced to [[spoiler: kill Posey by his own hand after another destructive potato zombie rampage and despite his best efforts to talk her down, Darkwing comes to sit next to him as things are dying down, down to talk, even admitting that he wishes things didn't have to come to that.]]
9th Mar '17 7:09:33 AM cacaxa91
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*In issue #8 of the Joe Books run, after Bushroot is forced to [[spoiler: kill Posey by his own hand after another destructive potato zombie rampage and despite his best efforts to talk her down, Darkwing comes to sit next to him as things are dying down, even admitting that he wishes things didn't have to come to that.]]
1st Feb '17 7:55:58 PM HeroGal2347
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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]] This actually casts a heartwarming FridgeBrilliance over [[spoiler: ''[=DuckTales=]'']] as a whole series -- [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=]]] constantly gripes about Launchpad's idiocy, crash habit, and anything else he can think of, but [[spoiler: he continually lets him be in a position to harm his earnings or his kids -- two things we know he cares about. Scrooge]] wouldn't let Launchpad do those things if he ''didn't'' trust him much more than he generally implies.

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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]] This actually casts a heartwarming FridgeBrilliance over [[spoiler: ''[=DuckTales=]'']] as a whole series -- [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=]]] constantly gripes about Launchpad's idiocy, crash habit, and anything else he can think of, but [[spoiler: he continually lets him be in a position to harm his earnings or his kids -- two things we know he cares about. Scrooge]] wouldn't let Launchpad do those things if he ''didn't'' trust him much more than he generally implies.
29th Jun '16 10:22:05 AM HeroGal2347
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[[AC: The Quiverwing Quack]]

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2nd Jun '16 11:48:30 AM HeroGal2347
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* Despite being an emotional mess, Launchpad takes time out of his own grief to try to comfort Gosalyn, placing an arm around her and patting her on the back as she sobs.
7th May '16 11:39:44 AM HeroGal2347
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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]] This actually casts a heartwarming FridgeBrilliance over [[spoiler: ''[=DuckTales=]]] as a whole series -- [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=]]] constantly gripes about Launchpad's idiocy, crash habit, and anything else he can think of, but [[spoiler: he continually lets him be in a position to harm his earnings or his kids -- two things we know he cares about. Scrooge]] wouldn't let Launchpad do those things if he ''didn't'' trust him much more than he generally implies.

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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]] This actually casts a heartwarming FridgeBrilliance over [[spoiler: ''[=DuckTales=]]] ''[=DuckTales=]'']] as a whole series -- [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=]]] constantly gripes about Launchpad's idiocy, crash habit, and anything else he can think of, but [[spoiler: he continually lets him be in a position to harm his earnings or his kids -- two things we know he cares about. Scrooge]] wouldn't let Launchpad do those things if he ''didn't'' trust him much more than he generally implies.
7th May '16 11:39:00 AM HeroGal2347
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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]]

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* At the end of the first comic, [[spoiler:Quackwerks is handed over to Scrooge who puts Launchpad in charge of it, after saying how much he trusts him.]]]] This actually casts a heartwarming FridgeBrilliance over [[spoiler: ''[=DuckTales=]]] as a whole series -- [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=]]] constantly gripes about Launchpad's idiocy, crash habit, and anything else he can think of, but [[spoiler: he continually lets him be in a position to harm his earnings or his kids -- two things we know he cares about. Scrooge]] wouldn't let Launchpad do those things if he ''didn't'' trust him much more than he generally implies.



* Also in the first comic, Gosalyn hears some troubling news on the radio and her first response? Instead of going headlong into it herself like she usually would, she sets out to get Launchpad despite the fact that [[spoiler: they haven't seen each other in a year!]]

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* Also in the first comic, Gosalyn hears some troubling news on the radio and her first response? Instead of going headlong into it herself like she usually would, she sets out to get Launchpad despite the fact that [[spoiler: they haven't seen each other in a year!]]year!]] Given that Gosalyn is the one who brings up Launchpad first in the comic, she may have simply taken this as an opportunity to [[spoiler: get her family back together.]]
7th May '16 11:03:22 AM mkrgolf
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* From the end of the "Crisis On Infinite Darkwings" arc: as the hundreds of assembled Darkwings attempt to battle [[spoiler: Paddywhack]], they're not doing much damage. Then Gosalyn shows up, and as ''every single Darkwing'' catches sight of her, this produces a massive flood of love and positive emotion, that [[spoiler: Morgana is able to channel to defeat and imprison Paddywhack effortlessly.]]

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* From the end of the "Crisis On on Infinite Darkwings" arc: as the hundreds of assembled Darkwings attempt to battle [[spoiler: Paddywhack]], they're not doing much damage. Then Gosalyn shows up, and as ''every single Darkwing'' catches sight of her, this produces a massive flood of love and positive emotion, that [[spoiler: Morgana is able to channel to defeat and imprison Paddywhack effortlessly.]]
1st Apr '16 11:36:36 AM HeroGal2347
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* When Launchpad and Gosalyn come in the door crying uncontrollably, Darkwing immediately jumps up and tries to hug the two of them. (It didn't work, considering that he's a ghost at this point, but it's the thought that counts.)
18th Mar '16 5:13:28 PM HeroGal2347
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* DW was honestly concerned about Launchpad [[spoiler:when he, LP, was being approached by a sand storm. And Launchpad chased after Darkwing when he was swept away by the sandstorm.]]

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* DW D.W. was honestly concerned about Launchpad [[spoiler:when he, LP, when he (L.P.) was being approached by a sand storm. And Darkwing had been stewing about having to act as the sidekick for most of the episode before this, but when he sees that Launchpad chased after Darkwing when is unaware of the oncoming sandstorm, he shouts, "Launchpad!" and runs out to get him. Then he gets smacked into the windshield of the car Launchpad was riding in and gets swept away by the sandstorm.]] sandstorm. When Launchpad sees that he's in trouble, he jumps from the car, calling, "I'm coming, D.W.! I'm coming!" All this is happening in the middle of a sandstorm so severe that the guards assigned to escort the two reported that they were both dead.



* The first meeting between Gosalyn and the BadFuture version of Launchpad. When she first finds him, he's surprised but delighted to see her again, and she jumps into his arms, saying how nice it is to see a friendly face after what she's seen of the dystopic St. Canard.



* DW actually chooses to spare Bushroot the usual beating and jailing after Bushroot helps save him from a giant plant monster, choosing instead to let him go. Coming from someone who has every reason to hate Bushy this means a ''lot''.

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* DW D.W. actually chooses to spare Bushroot the usual beating and jailing after Bushroot helps save him from a giant plant monster, choosing instead to let him go. Coming from someone who has every reason to hate Bushy this means a ''lot''.



* Any interaction between DW and Gosalyn that isn't intended to be comedic. They may be after each other like cats and dogs half the time, but no animated work captures the love between a father and his little girl like this series could. In fact, if you watched a few episodes before "Darkly Dawns the Duck", you'd think Gosalyn really was DW's daughter, not just adopted. THAT'S how good their relationship is.
* There's an episode where someone tries to frame Herb Muddlefoot for a series of crimes. When SHUSH tell Darkwing to investigate, DW refuses, stating that Herb would never do such a thing. It's heartwarming to see that even though DW finds him annoying, he never once doubts Herb's innocence.

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* Any interaction between DW D.W. and Gosalyn that isn't intended to be comedic. They may be after each other like cats and dogs half the time, but no animated work captures the love between a father and his little girl like this series could. In fact, if you watched a few episodes before "Darkly Dawns the Duck", you'd think Gosalyn really was DW's D.W.'s daughter, not just adopted. THAT'S how good their relationship is.
* There's an episode where someone tries to frame Herb Muddlefoot for a series of crimes. When SHUSH tell Darkwing to investigate, DW refuses, stating that Herb would never do such a thing. It's heartwarming to see that even though DW D.W. finds him annoying, he never once doubts Herb's innocence.



* DW and Gosalyn '''again''' get one at the end of the comic's first story arc, when Darkwing [[DisneyDeath thinks Gosalyn is dead.]]

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* DW D.W. and Gosalyn '''again''' get one at the end of the comic's first story arc, when Darkwing [[DisneyDeath thinks Gosalyn is dead.]]



* Later when we see him next, Launchpad [[spoiler:crashes into a building to save Darkwing and for a moment it's just like old times until DW's look reminds LP of the rift and even that is quickly mended.]]
* DW usually has a hard time saying no to Gosalyn.

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* Later when we see him next, Launchpad [[spoiler:crashes into a building to save Darkwing and for a moment it's just like old times until DW's D.W.'s look reminds LP L.P. of the rift and even that is quickly mended.]]
* DW D.W. usually has a hard time saying no to Gosalyn.
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