History WesternAnimation / DARKWINGDUCK

14th Mar '17 11:14:25 PM Karxrida
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* CivilianVillain: Tuskernini has pulled this off a few times, most notably in "Adopt-a-Con".


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%%* FalselyReformedVillain: Tuskernini has pulled this off a few times, most notably in "Adopt-a-Con".
9th Mar '17 3:18:57 PM MisterCPC
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*** The 2016 comic ends up reversing the last two, however.
4th Mar '17 1:23:18 PM nombretomado
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* CaptainErsatz: Most of D.W.'s RoguesGallery were obvious villain archetypes, but Dr. Reginald Bushroot's name and powers both evoke Dr. Jason Woodrue, the "Floronic Man" from Franchise/TheDCU. Liquidator's powers are similar to those of the Spider-Man villain Hydro-Man and his origin is suspiciously similar to how Jack Napier became SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker. Megavolt, meanwhile, has much of the powers and personality of MarvelComics' Electro with just a dash of Magneto thrown in, and Darkwing himself heavily resembles Franchise/{{Batman}}, up to the point of having a gender-flipped Robin.

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* CaptainErsatz: Most of D.W.'s RoguesGallery were obvious villain archetypes, but Dr. Reginald Bushroot's name and powers both evoke Dr. Jason Woodrue, the "Floronic Man" from Franchise/TheDCU. Liquidator's powers are similar to those of the Spider-Man villain Hydro-Man and his origin is suspiciously similar to how Jack Napier became SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker. Megavolt, meanwhile, has much of the powers and personality of MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' Electro with just a dash of Magneto thrown in, and Darkwing himself heavily resembles Franchise/{{Batman}}, up to the point of having a gender-flipped Robin.
7th Feb '17 5:59:36 PM HeroGal2347
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* ForgotToMindTheirHead: Gosalyn is looking around a horrific alternate St. Canard when she happens upon Launchpad fixing a taxi. She calls to him, causing him to spring up[[note]](with good reason, because in this St. Canard, neither he nor Darkwing has seen her for twenty years)[[/note]] and strike his head on the undercarriage of the taxi.
6th Feb '17 2:43:51 PM morenohijazo
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* ToxicWasteCanDoAnything: Neptunia was mutated from a regular fish into a humanoid half-fish by a barrel of radioactive waste.
23rd Jan '17 4:55:06 PM MasamiPhoenix
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** Also Quackerjack and Megavolt.
** There's also Hotshot and Flygirl.
21st Jan '17 8:59:13 PM MasamiPhoenix
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* {{Thememobile}}: Thunderquack, Ratcatcher.

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* {{Thememobile}}: Thunderquack, Ratcatcher. Unusual for this trope, it's only their looks. Their names are completely unrelated to Darkwing's motif.
21st Jan '17 7:45:00 PM MasamiPhoenix
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** Darkwing Duck teams up with the Fearsome Four and the friendly Four to defeat Negaduck in two episodes.
21st Jan '17 7:36:55 PM MasamiPhoenix
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* MindControlEyes: [[spoiler:All the Alternate-Dimension Darkwings]] have this under [[spoiler:Magica and Negaduck]]'s influence. Darkwarrior Duck has what ''look'' like these, except that he isn't under anyone's control, he's just a [[FutureMeScaresMe future]] KnightTemplar.

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* MindControlEyes: [[spoiler:All the Alternate-Dimension Darkwings]] have this Launchpad, when under [[spoiler:Magica and Negaduck]]'s influence. Darkwarrior Duck has what ''look'' like these, except that he isn't under anyone's control, he's just a [[FutureMeScaresMe future]] KnightTemplar.the control of Jumbalaya Jake's mind control potion.
21st Jan '17 5:32:36 PM MasamiPhoenix
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* FauxAffablyEvil: Okay, most of the villains are pretty funny, but special mention goes to [=NegaDuck=], who unlike the others is legitimately nastily evil. Fortunately he's so [[LargeHam over-the-top]] in his AxCrazy that he's still hysterical. A good example would be in "Just Us Justice Ducks" when he's impersonating Darkwing. How does our hero expose him? He points in a corner of the room and shouts "Look! A fuzzy-wuzzy bunny." [=NegaDuck=] promptly runs over, ''pulls out a shotgun'' and starts blasting away at the non-existent rabbit. Incredibly wrong? Check. Incredibly funny? Also check. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBt3C13VAQ0 here]] for more examples.
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