History WesternAnimation / DarkwingDuck

31st Aug '16 6:41:02 PM loracarol
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* AdventurerOutfit: Launchpad, with an aviator cap and goggles,scarf, and bomber jacket.

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* AdventurerOutfit: Launchpad, with an aviator cap and goggles,scarf, goggles, scarf, and bomber jacket.
23rd Aug '16 1:22:57 PM speedyboris
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** In another episode, as Darkwing and Launchpad are chasing a villain:
--> '''Launchpad''': He's gettin' away, D.W.!\\
'''Darkwing''': ''(annoyed)'' I can ''see'' that!
6th Aug '16 12:01:01 PM Morgenthaler
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** Negaduck -both versions, the first arguably moreso, as he is the the dark half of Darkwing's personality, given form after he is zapped by Megavolt's Tron Splitter device. He resolves to kill his Posiduck counterpart, so as to conquer the underworld undeterred. The second, from an alternate universe, is no less evil, as he delights in the thought of murder, and at one point tries to destroy all of St. Canard in one fell swoop.

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** Negaduck -both versions, the first arguably moreso, as he is the the dark half of Darkwing's personality, given form after he is zapped by Megavolt's Tron Splitter device. He resolves to kill his Posiduck counterpart, so as to conquer the underworld undeterred. The second, from an alternate universe, a MirrorUniverse, is no less evil, as he delights in the thought of murder, and at one point tries to destroy all of St. Canard in one fell swoop.
6th Aug '16 11:51:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* EvilCounterpart: [=NegaDuck=].

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* EvilCounterpart: [=NegaDuck=].EvilCounterpart:
** Negaduck -both versions, the first arguably moreso, as he is the the dark half of Darkwing's personality, given form after he is zapped by Megavolt's Tron Splitter device. He resolves to kill his Posiduck counterpart, so as to conquer the underworld undeterred. The second, from an alternate universe, is no less evil, as he delights in the thought of murder, and at one point tries to destroy all of St. Canard in one fell swoop.
** There is another evil counterpart of Darkwing known as Darkwarrior Duck from a BadFuture. Gosalyn disappears when she accidentally hitches a ride with the time travel device that took her to Darkwarrior's time. The loss broke him so much that Darkwing started to take a much more [[KnightTemplar hardline stance towards fighting criminals]], running all of them out of town before turning Saint Canard into a full-fledged PoliceState where AllCrimesAreEqual.
30th Jul '16 5:50:13 PM ANTMuddle
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The main villains (not including Steelbeak) definitely qualify. You have sanguine Quackerjack, choleric Megavolt, melancholic Bushroot, and the phlegmatic Liquidator.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: In The main villains (not including Steelbeak) definitely qualify. You Fearsome Five, we have sanguine Quackerjack, choleric Megavolt, melancholic Bushroot, and the phlegmatic Liquidator.(II) Liquidator. Negaduck occupies the middle ground between them.
24th Jul '16 1:14:57 PM ANTMuddle
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The main villains (not including Steelbeak) definitely qualify. You have sanguine Quackerjack, choleric Megavolt, melancholic Bushroot, and the phlegmatic Liquidator.
11th Jul '16 10:28:36 AM Morgenthaler
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** HotBlooded Darkwing and easygoing Launchpad are often in the same scene, the better to contrast the two. Some aspects associated with the archtype are played with, however -- Launchpad, the Blue Oni, is a RedHeadedHero who wears a maroon pilot's jacket, and Darkwing, the Red Oni, wears softer, darker colors. (It's also a rare case of the Blue Oni also being TheDitz.)

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** HotBlooded Darkwing and easygoing Launchpad are often in the same scene, the better to contrast the two. Some aspects associated with the archtype are played with, however -- Launchpad, the Blue Oni, is a RedHeadedHero redhead who wears a maroon pilot's jacket, and Darkwing, the Red Oni, wears softer, darker colors. (It's also a rare case of the Blue Oni also being TheDitz.)
2nd Jul '16 10:49:59 AM Sunchet
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*** Oddly played with "Stressed To Kill" which is the only episode where Mr. Banana Brain have very specific VerbalTic every time he "speaks" ("X, Name rhyming with X"), but no matter how you look at it, it's not one if his early episodes.
30th Jun '16 12:51:06 PM MarkLungo
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* DummiedOut: Rare not Video Game example, villain Anna Matronic was created as possible enemy for Darkwing but never showed up in any episode aside brief crowd cameo in "In Like A Blunt". She ended up having few appearances in books and comics.

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* DummiedOut: Rare not Video Game example, villain Anna Matronic was created as possible enemy for Darkwing but never showed up in any episode aside from a brief crowd cameo in during "In Like A Blunt". She ended up having few appearances in books and comics.
30th Jun '16 12:45:34 PM Sunchet
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* DummiedOut: Rare not Video Game example, villain Anna Matronic was created as possible enemy for Darkwing but never showed up in any episode aside brief crowd cameo in "In Like A Blunt". She ended up having few appearances in books and comics.


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*** Oddly played with "Stressed To Kill" which is the only episode where Mr. Banana Brain have very specific VerbalTic every time he "speaks" ("X, Name rhyming with X"), but no matter how you look at it, it's not one if his early episodes.
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