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Several comic adaptations were made on this cartoon series that ran 91 episodes from September '91 to December '92. Four issues of a Darkwing Duck series were produced in late 1991, and ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' included Darkwing Duck adventures until 1996. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFBhjt3ne6A Even Goofy was a fan.]]

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".

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 ongoing series written by Sparrow and produced by Joe Books, beginning in May 2016.

This page covers arcs and tropes associated with the comic.

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!!Tropes featured in this comic book series:
* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Used several times in the ''Disney Adventures'' story "Mondo the Mad Mask Misappropriater", first with the story's title (which is also the name of the villain), and later in some dialogues with little if any explanation, such as this answer of Darkwing Duck who's just been asked why he wears a mask at all:
* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: In the 2011 Darkwing Annual, we discover Quackerjack enjoyed his work in Quackwerks Toy Department, at least at first. Eventually the pressure and paranoia started to get to him, and he...well, snapped. At the end of the comic, after a long and extremely strange battle between the old and new Mr. Banana Brain, he goes back to his girlfriend, Claire's, house. He looks longingly at the door for a while, then sighs, and pulls out a miniature version of the device he had been using, which turned people into toys. We see a flash from inside the house, and Claire rushes out to find a sad, little Quackerjack doll, with a little note leaning against it. It reads "This is the best I'll ever be. -Jacky"]]
* AlliterativeName: Darkwing Duck himself, of course. See also the ''AddedAlliterativeAppeal'' section.
--> '''Darkwing Duck:''' "A valiant veiled visage vexes even the vilest villain".
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In the second issue, Darkwing mentions that villains have tried to enslave St. Canard with death rays, robots, and New Age therapy.
* BadassBoast: A slight variation on Darkwing's catch phrase at the end of comic #6:
-->'''Darkwing''': I am the terror that flaps in the night... I am Morgana Macawber's boyfriend. I am Launchpad [=McQuack=]'s best friend. I am Gosalyn Mallard's father. I am Darkwing Duck. The '''one and only'''.
* BadassFamily: If they weren't before "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings", the Mallard clan definitely qualifies now. [[spoiler: In addition to Morgana's magic and Darkwing's Badassary, Gosalyn now has the [=GizmoDuck=] suit, and, as Quackwerk's CEO, Launchpad has an army of Herobots as his beck and call.]]
* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: When [[spoiler: Taurus Bulba]] is revealed as the first arc's BigBad, the Fearsome Four help Darkwing, Launchpad, and Gosalyn fight him...for about ten seconds before they are sent down a trap door.
* BerserkButton: The mere mention of [=NegaDuck=] around Quackerjack causes him to beat up everything in sight. Liquidator even dropped his trademark salesman talk in order to warn people away from mentioning [=NegaDuck=].
* BigBad:
** Arc 1: Quackerjack, then [[spoiler:Taurus Bulba]] takes over as the true one.
** Arc 2: Negaduck and [[spoiler:Magica De Spell]].
*** GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler:Paddywhack.]]
** Arc 3: F.O.W.L. High Command.
** Arc 4. Suff-Rage and [[spoiler: [[TheManBehindTheMan the Phantom Blot]]]]
** Arc 5. [[spoiler:The Phantom Blot and Magica De Spell]]
*** [[spoiler: [[HijackedByGanon Hijacked by Negaduck]]]]
** "Orange is the New Purple" has Negaduck as the big bad once more while rendering the last arc CanonDiscontinuity.
* BigDamnHeroes:
** In one part of the "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" arc, a woman is chased down by four alternate Darkwings (a mummy, a vampire, a fish creature, and a werewolf). As they close in, suddenly the Crimebots/Herobots arrive to rescue her.
** Subverted in issue 14. Darkwing battles a new, seemingly indestructible tank of a supervillain called Cat-tankerous, and is not having any luck - all of a sudden, out of absolutely nowhere, Launchpad flies to the rescue and [[RammingAlwaysWorks rams the plane straight into Cattankerous]]. It doesn't actually work.
** [[spoiler: Just when Darkwing, Scrooge, and the gang get all caught up in Negaduck's trap, Scrooge calls for help from an "Agent 44", alias WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck. He goes through the corrupted Duckburg and cries out to the entire town to let out their 'inner Donald Duck' and makes everyone get so infuriated that Negaduck loses his focus.]]
* BigNo: Magica [=DeSpell=], comic #8
-->[[spoiler: But now I lose my hold on the Darkwings! It is cliche, but...NOOOOO!]]
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Megavolt got away with saying "crappy" in the third issue of the Boom Studios comic, but the revision for the Joe Books omnibus cleaned up his language by having him say "crummy" instead.
* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: A flashback in the third issue has Negaduck mention that he needs to buy chainsaws, flamethrowers, and flaming chainsaw throwers.
* BrickJoke: The first issue has a reporter mention that he is filling in for Dip Dopson. Dip Dopson is later heard reporting Darkwing Duck's comeback in issue number 5.
* CanonDiscontinuity: Dangerous Currency has become this due to the omnibus published by Joe Books omitting the last two issues of the original comic and making an entirely new story in its place. It's been stated by some correspondences with Aaron Sparrow that, to begin with, the story was published without Disney's approval and that a new crossover might be written later, but only time will tell.
** That being said, while "Dangerous Currency" is no longer canon, "Campaign Carnage" still features the Phantom Blot and his alliance with Magica [=DeSpell=] in the ending and even still has his ink has the source of the villains' powers.
* CaptainErsatz:
** The Chief of Police is [[{{Expy}} a canine version of]] Batman's Jim Gordon.
** In the second arc, [[spoiler:several of the Darkwings are parodies of Batman & Robin, Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, the Universal movie monsters, the Flash, Popeye the Sailor Man, [[Series/TheMuppetShow Fozzie Bear]], [[WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles Mr. Incredible]] and [[Series/DoctorWho The Fourth Doctor]] to name a few.]]
** We also have such gems as Starducks, [[HannahMontana Hanna Alaska]], ''TabletopGame/{{Dungeons and D|ragons}}ucklords'', and ''VideoGame/{{World of W|arcraft}}hifflecraft''.
** Then there's Femme Appeal, the spy introduced in issue #10. She's basically [[Series/TheAvengers Emma Peel]] as a vixen.
** The new villains introduced in the "Campaign Carnage" story arc: One-Shot seems to be a parody of Marvel Comics' Bullseye, Cat-Tankerous draws from the X-Men's Juggernaut, and Suff-Rage is very similar to the Franchise/SpiderMan villain Mysterio.
* 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.]]
* ComicBookTime: The show ended in 1992, but the 2010 comic (which is supposed to take place about a year after the show's finale) shows Honker using a flatscreen computer to download songs by "{{Hannah|Montana}} [[CaptainErsatz Alaska]]."
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover for the sixth issue of Boom's [=DuckTales=] comic, which contained the penultimate part of the Dangerous Currency arc, depicted Magica De Spell, Flintheart Glomgold, Megavolt, Quackerjack, and Steelbeak swimming in Scrooge [=McDuck=]'s Money Bin when only Magica and the Beagle Boys did so in the actual story and Flintheart and Steelbeak weren't present at all.
* CloseCallHaircut: During one of the early arcs, Darkwing and Launchpad are discussing Gosalyn and [[spoiler: the Gizmoduck suit]] and Darkwing says he doesn't think she's ready to be wielding it. Launchpad agrees, taking his pilot's helmet off to reveal that Gosalyn fried a strip of hair off down the middle of his head.
* ClosedCircle: "Orange is the New Purple" has Negaduck causing the new island prison to go into lockdown, trapping Darkwing inside with almost his entire Rogues Gallery.
* {{Crossover}}: ''Crisis on Infinite Darkwings'' involves Negaduck teaming up with one of [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]]'s villains, Magica [=DeSpell=].
** An even larger crossover with WesternAnimation/DuckTales served as the final arc for the comic's initial run.
* CrossoverPunchline: In issue 3 of the Boom! comic series, as Launchpad comments that there aren't a lot of openings out there for sidekick/pilots.
-->'''Launchpad:''' ''(holding up [[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers the Ranger Plane]])'' I can pilot this!\\
'''Gadget:''' No. No, you cannot.
* DarkerAndEdgier: While not super dark, the stakes tend to be higher than they were in the TV show, and there are more long-ranging consequences.
* DemonicPossession: [[spoiler:Paddywhack]] pulled this one on [[spoiler:Negaduck]] after he fed enough of [[spoiler:Negaduck]]'s rage which gave him powers enough to take over his body. The combination of [[spoiler:Paddywhack]]'s powers and [[spoiler:Negaduck]]'s rage created a giant monster who almost destroyed St. Canard and the whole army of the Darkwings, only to be defeated by ThePowerOfLove.
* DigitalPiracyIsEvil: The Crimebots target Honker for file sharing. Drake agrees with the "don't steal music" part, but thinks carting him off to detention camp is going too far.
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Gosalyn]] in issue #4.
* DoomyDoomsOfDoom: From comic #4
--> "I am the HR-Bot. Get ready for the employee evaluation...''OF DOOM!''"
* EldritchAbomination: In the storyarc beginning in issue #9: Darkwing must join forces with [[spoiler:Steelbeak to stop F.O.W.L. from summoning the dread '''Duckthulhu''', an elder being from beyond the stars that "has an incomprehensible mystical presence that obliterates all free will and sanity" all because of Quackwerks taking over the city before and making S.H.U.S.H. and F.O.W.L. almost disappear]].
* EnemyMine: Darkwing and Steelbeak in Arc #3.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: In the Darkwing Annual, we find out that during Quackerjack's time in Quackwerk's toy division, he managed to make friends [[spoiler: and even got a girlfriend.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Steelbeak is absolutely horrified by F.O.W.L. High Commands plan to unleash Duckthulu, to the point where he unashamedly goes begging to Darkwing for help. [[spoiler: Even after we find out Steelbeak was doing a triple-cross (from F.O.W.L to Darkwing back to F.O.W.L. he still seems to think this as his "MyGodWhatHaveIDone" seems to imply.]]
* EvilCounterpart: The series sets up [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales Magica]] [=DeSpell=] as Morgana's evil counterpart.
* EvilerThanThou: In issue #3 of the comic series, [[spoiler:[=NegaDuck=] reveals to Quackerjack that he learned Darkwing's secret identity. Quackerjack begs to be let in on the secret, but...]]
-->[[spoiler:'''[=NegaDuck=]''': Are you '''kidding''' me? Going after Darkwing Duck's secret identity, going after his '''entire life''', is a job fit for only the '''best''' villain this two bit town has to offer. Face it clown...You're just not '''mean''' enough for this.]]
* FurryConfusion: Lampshaded by Gosalyn in the annual issue story "The Untimely Terror of the Time Turtle" when she sees a pet duck that resembles her and comments that it creeps her out.
* GeorgeLucasAlteredVersion: The Boom series gets this treatment for the Joe Books collection, the most notable changes being the addition of wittier dialogue, a few panels being redrawn, and the omission of the now non-canon "Dangerous Currency".
* HatePlague: [[spoiler: The Phantom Blot has created an inky mind-altering substance to create new rogues in St. Canard, cause a feud between Launchpad and Darkwing, and control the populace briefly.]]
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Morgana [=McCawber=] sacrifices herself to banish Duckthulhu. The "Dangerous Currency" arc revealed that she was still alive in another dimension and she reunited with Darkwing by the end, but with the story arc being stricken from canon in the Joe Books continuation, Morgana's fate now remains unknown, though the revised version of "Campaign Carnage" ends with the implication that she's still alive somewhere]].
* HijackedByGanon: [[spoiler: Negaduck is revealed to be the slime in the crossover finale]]
* HonestCorporateExecutive: When [[spoiler: Launchpad]] is appointed as the new CEO of Quackwerks, he actually does a lot of good with the company and former Crimebots/now Herobots.
** In the omnibus by Joe Books, [[spoiler:Launchpad steps down as CEO of Quackwerks in the revised version of "Campaign Carnage", with ex-security chief Maury Thwackstein taking his place.]]
* HypocriticalHumor: In the "Dangerous Currency" crossover, one of the Beagle Boys demands to be the first to wear the Gizmoduck suit. One of his brothers insists that he should wear it because he has better style, berating his brother for wearing the same thing every day. It should be pointed out that ''all'' the Beagle Boys are examples of LimitedWardrobe.
* ILetGwenStacyDie: One of the alternate Darkwings from "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" took on Gosalyn's Quiverwing Quack persona when his Gosalyn pulled a HeroicSacrifice, and there was nothing he could do to save her. Interestingly, he's shown [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomping]] [[BadFuture Darkwarrior Duck]], who also lost his Gosalyn, but had a [[KnightTemplar very different reaction]] to the loss.
* InThatOrder: A PlayedForLaughs example from the "Campaign Carnage" arc. After Suff-Rage has hypnotized the city against Darkwing and Launchpad, to the point where they're ready to burn them both alive, Doofus Drake (visiting from Duckburg) says that, "We've got to save Launchpad and Darkwing! You know, maybe, in that order..."[[note]]Doofus is largely unfamiliar with Darkwing, while Launchpad is his {{hero|Worshipper}} and [[IntergenerationalFriendship close friend]].[[/note]]
* LawyerFriendlyCameo: The alternate versions of Darkwing listed under CaptainErsatz.
* LiteralSplitPersonality: Happens to Negaduck at the end of "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings". [[spoiler: [[GreyGoo To the n-th degree, it turns out.]]]]
* LoveMakesYouEvil: Mortimer L. Marquand became the villain Cat-Tankerous because he thought that doing so would impress Gosalyn, whom he had a crush on. The revision changes Mortimer's motive to simply wanting to act as strong and tough as her after she defends him from bullies.
* LuredIntoATrap: The main plot of the first new story arc in the Joe Books ongoing, "Orange is the New Purple", in which Negaduck returns and traps Darkwing in St. Canard's new state-of-the-art super-prison, then releases every criminal held inside it so that they can all go after the very duck who put them behind bars.
* MaleGaze: In the tenth issue, the second panel with Femme Appeal in it has her rear end in the foreground.
* MythologyGag: In #4, when [[spoiler: Scrooge [=McDuck=] is given control of Quackwerks and places Launchpad in charge, alluding to him having worked for him previously.]]
** In #6, [[spoiler: we see a dozen versions of Darkwing that appeared in the original cartoon, including [[BadFuture Dark Warrior Duck]], Arachnoduck, "Thug" Darkwing, [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Darkwing Dog]], Spaceman Darkwing, and [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent Privateer Darkwing]].]]
** The Blot uses the alias of "Bob" when working as a campaign manager, which he also did in early follow-ups to the original FloydGottfredson story.
** In the first issue, Darkwing mentions that he ran in the Mouseton Marathon, Mouseton being Mickey Mouse's hometown in the ComicBook/MickeyMouseComicUniverse.
** In the campaign arc, Launchpad hires [[spoiler: Doofus Drake]] as his campaign manager.
** In "Orange is the New Purple", villains from the ''Disney Adventures'' comic stories such as Pokerface, Rabbit Racer, and Clawed Hopper are among the prisoners in the St. Canard prison. Of particular note is Fluffy, the super-genius cat who starred in three ''Disney Adventures'' stories, who manipulates the villain-worshiping Mortimer (formerly Cat-Tankerous) into arranging his escape.
* NoodleIncident: Darkwing mentions fighting a new villain called Blood Thinner in the fifth issue, changed to "Muckduck" in the Joe Books omnibus.
** 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.
* NotBrainwashed: [[spoiler: Darkwarrior Duck told Quiverwing Darkwing it was so in his case. While the rest of the Darkwings had been hexed by Magica de Spell, in part of her, and Negaduck's plan to attack St. Canard, he had voluntarily allied with them so he would get a chance to "clean up St. Canard."]]
* NotNowKiddo: During the "Campaign Carnage" arc, Darkwing ignores what Launchpad is trying to say as he attempts to cut himself free from his stake, only to discover that Launchpad was trying to warn him not to set the wood on fire.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Liquidator momentarily drops his VerbalTic of ad slogans, to warn Megavolt about Quackerjack's BerserkButton.
* PoliticiansKissBabies: In the "Campaign Carnage" arc, there's one panel of Darkwing (who's running for mayor) kissing babies.
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Quackerjack in Issue #2, reacting to a Crimebot [[BerserkButton mentioning Negaduck's name:]]
-->'''Quackerjack:''' Never! EVER! ''SAY! '''THAT! NAME!'''''
* PuttingTheBandBackTogether: As of the first issue, [[spoiler: Quackerjack seems to be doing this with the Fearsome Four, even using the exact phrase.]]
* RedHerring:
** The revised version of the "Campaign Carnage" arc in the Joe Books omnibus, at first seems to have changed it, so that Suff-Rage is Morgana [=McCawber=] after a FaceHeelTurn, due to referring to Darkwing as "Dark," and her helmet matching the shape of Morgana's hair (the latter actually being the case in the original Boom version), [[spoiler: but it turns out that she is still Constance A. Dention, who now had an unrequited crush on Darkwing.]]
** During "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings," Quiverwing Darkwing has Darkwarrior in his sights, and the latter surrenders, claiming they both saw into the timestream, and the main Darkwing deserved a final victory before "he loses her." Both of these alternate Darkwings lost their Gosalyn, it was Darkwarrior's StartOfDarkness, there's a strong implication that something's going to happen to Gosalyn Prime... [[spoiler: And then the next arc ends with Morgana's HeroicSacrifice.]]
* ReverseMole: [[spoiler: Femme Appeal]] turns out to be one.
* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Well, it's obvious that Darkwing fights two infamous Disney villains from other comics: Magica de Spell is Scrooge[= McDuck=]'s enemy, and the Phantom Blot is known to be Mickey Mouse's arch nemesis. Conversely, in Boom's concurrent ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' comics, John D. Rockerduck hires Darkwing's enemies Moliarty and Camille Chameleon as mercenaries to stop Scrooge, Launchpad, and his nephews from getting Scrooge's treasure back.
** The Phantom Blot also lampshades his being a transplant in "Dangerous Currency," when he tells Magica that he has enemies of his own. In fact, he actually appeared in the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "All Ducks on Deck," so the Blot is already familiar with the likes of Scrooge and Launchpad.
* SelfDeprecation:
** In "Campaign Carnage," Suff-Rage torments Darkwing by asking what he is afraid of, and changing him to match her questions. When she asks if he is afraid that he is not original, Darkwing then gains multiple heads with the likenesses of his alternate selves from the "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" arc, many of which were examples of CaptainErsatz and NoCelebritiesWereHarmed. In other words, the comic is mocking itself for having so many of Darkwing's alternate selves be based on copyrighted characters and celebrities. The Joe Books revision takes it a step further by having Darkwing and Launchpad make fun of Suff-Rage's name, and the ongoing continues this gag when Constance changes her name to "Mistressterious", which Darkwing calls an even worse name than Suff-Rage.
** Darkwing's "I am the terror..." MadLibsCatchphrase when he confronts Negaduck and Magica in the second arc is "the crossover that doesn't live up to the hype." With the panel said line is uttered focusing on Magica of course.
* ShoutOut: In the Joe Books ongoing, Isis Vanderchill is thawed out and realizes that her fashion is out-of-date, so she makes herself a new flowing dress out of ice and a distinctive windswept hairdo.
-->'''Isis:''' Oh, trust me... [[Disney/{{Frozen}} it's a thing now]].
* ShutUpHannibal: [[spoiler: Issue #4 of the Boom! comic has Megavolt, at the end of his inner monologue, ''zap'' Taurus Bulba during the middle of his speech, freeing Darkwing and the other prisoners.]]
* SkewedPriorities:
** During the Campaign Carnage arc, when Darkwing is about to be burned at the stake by the brainwashed voters, Honker (his campaign manager) remarks that he thinks this will lose them points with the "watching-right-now" demographic.
** In the Joe Books revision of "F.O.W.L. Disposition", Duckthulhu's response to his hand disintegrating when Morgana uses her magic on him is to complain about no longer being able to fist bump.
* SoftGlass: Averted in Darkwing Annual. After jumping through a window, Darkwing is (briefly) covered in shards of glass.
-->'''Darkwing:''' I never did ''that'' before; now I know why.
* SpannerInTheWorks:
** [[spoiler: Taurus Bulba's]] ultimate plan in the first storyline? [[spoiler: Find the new code to activate the Gizmoduck suit.]] How did it get spoiled? [[spoiler: ''Gosalyn'' was the one who accidentally said the code.]]
** [[spoiler: There's actually a second spanner. His plan was to get people to say the entire dictionary... except the word he was looking for WASN'T IN THE DICTIONARY!]]
* SpyCatsuit: Femme Appeal wears one.
* TakeThat: The Joe Books collection's revision of "F.O.W.L. Disposition," has Darkwing Duck mention a poorly written romance novel called ''[[Literature/{{Twilight}} After Dusk]].'' Just in case the reference isn't clear, Steelbeak even refers to it as "sparkly vampire drivel."
* TimeSkip: The comic takes place over a year after the end of the series.
* TookALevelInBadass:
** In Issue #2, Quackerjack goes down this road (carrying [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker Joker]] level insanity with him) at the very mention of Negaduck's name.
-->'''"Mr. Banana Brain":''' Hello, folks! I'm full of ''hate'' and wires!
** Launchpad has scored himself some badass points after [[spoiler: becoming the head of Quackwerks. When the alternate reality Darkwings start showing up, he immediately activates all the robots to combat mode, and flies into the fray, taking out superheroes left and right.]]
* UnexplainedRecovery: Ammonia Pine returns in "Dangerous Currency" as a member of the League of Eve-il, in spite of being turned into mud in "F.O.W.L. Disposition."
* VillainTeamUp: Negaduck teaming up with [[spoiler: Magica de Spell.]]
* TheWarHasJustBegun: [[spoiler: Darkwarrior Duck almost said the exact words in Issue #6 just as the army of the Darkwings attacked St. Canard.]]
* WeCanRuleTogether: Negaduck tries to get Gosalyn to side with him near the end of "Orange is the New Purple". Not that she accepts, which is fine with Negaduck.
* WhatTheHellHero: Gosalyn tears Darkwing a new one once she finds out the reason he retired, and why he and Launchpad weren't on speaking terms. [[spoiler: Namely, Negaduck had learned his identity, he was upstaged by a bunch of robots, and he decided to keep Gosalyn in a fancy school.]]
-->'''Gosalyn''': I'm sorry, dad, but I've waited a year and a half to say this, but... ''[spins Darkwing's chair]'' Are You Crazy?! You're always saying "Let's Get Dangerous!" Not "Let's Get Dangerous Unless They Find Out Where We Live!" And certainly not "Let's Get Dangerous Until We Can't Afford It!"
* WideEyesAndShrunkenIrises: Quackerjack in the comics, after [[spoiler: Negaduck is mentioned.]]
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