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A parking ticket leads DonaldDuck to realise he's [[ManchurianAgent actually a former sleeper agent]] for CloakAndDagger GovernmentAgencyOfFiction, The Agency. However, one of their agents has become a DoubleAgent and taken a MacGuffin; the world isn't going to save itself, so [[MandatoryUnretirement he's back on the job]] as [[Film/JamesBond Agent Double Duck]]!

This storyline was introduced in April, 2008. Scripted by Marco Bosco and Fausto Vitaliano. It has proven popular enough to become [[AlternateUniverse its own separate canon]]. All created in Italy.
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!!''Double Duck'' contains examples of:

* AdventureDuo: Donald and Kay K are this, except technically Donald's TheHero and Kay K's TheLancer.
* AgentsDating: In the story "Hong Island", while in Bangkok, Thailand, Donald and Kay K, before going to search for their GadgeteerGenius, Gizmo, have dinner. At the end of the dinner, they get the restaurant check, which includes an envelope with two plane tickets to go to Krabi, in the southern part of Thailand.
* AlliterativeName: '''Everyone''' in The Agency has one. [[AvertedTrope Well]], except for [[PluckyOfficeGirl the secretary]] Liz Zago and [[PunnyName Gizmo]], The Agency's resident GadgeteerGenius.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Marlo Burke, who even in his public guise is considered a "notorious financier". Turns out his private life is even worse, as he likes to indulge himself in a spot of theft in order to get access to secret organisations, so he can {{blackmail}} his way to get ''even more'' access to other secret organisations.
** {{Expy}}: come on! Just ''look'' at him and ''try'' not shouting "It's [[SpiderMan the Kingpin!]]"...
* ContinuityCameo: Kind of: Double Duck and Kay K are saved by Wilson, an agent of [[WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck SHUSH]] [[spoiler:Except he's actually working for Marlo Burke.]]
** Except it's [[DolledUpInstallment dolled-up]]: the original Italian version states he's working for "PBI", an acronym for "Paperal Bureau of Investigation" - where "Paperal" is a pun on "Papero", Italian for "Duck" [[{{Woolseyism}} (which would be "Duck Bureau of Investigation" in English)]]. [[spoiler: However, yeah, [[CaptainObvious the twist remains the same.]]]]
**** The PBI were in ''PaperinikNewAdventures''.
*** An actual ContinuityCameo is found in the "Code Olympus" story arc: the bad guys this time are from Belgravia, the {{Ruritania}} {{Expy}} from ''PaperinikNewAdventures''.
* DoubleAgent: Agent B-Berry is this [[spoiler:until it turns out he's a FakeDefector, as well as Agent B-Black, who were trying to flush out [[TheMole the real mole]]... [[BigBadFriend Kay K]]. Turns out she'd been StealingFromTheTill, as well as being ClassyCatBurglar Red Primerose on the side.]]
** Jay J also turns out to be this in a later story. [[spoiler:Then it turns out that he too is a FakeDefector.]]
* DoubleStandard: Sure, Daisy can throw Donald over and go to a fancy event with Gladstone Gander, but if she spots him spending time with another woman, then that's just '''''wrong!'''''
** And Donald's remark about this?
-->'''Donald:''' "Hey, I'm not the only one who has something to explain! You dumped me and ran off with Gladstone!"
-->'''Daisy:''' [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique "Don't change the subject!"]]
-->'''Donald:''' [[LampshadeHanging "Sometimes there's no point in questioning feminine logic."]]
* FamilyFriendlyFirearms: [[AvertedTrope averted.]] '''In a Disney comic. That is not from Marvel. [[PaperinikNewAdventures Again.]]'''
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Kay K eventually joins The Agency for real.]]
* LargeAndInCharge: Both Jay J and Marlo Burke qualify. [[spoiler:Jay J eventually steps down.]]
* MacGuffin: Quite a few of these, some of them playing with the trope itself; Donald's first mission involves obtaining a briefcase which contains Kay K's recipe for tuna salad. Later on, Marlo Burke is after [[spoiler:what he thinks is the registry containing all the names of The Agency's operatives. It's actually the file which would allow him to bypass the encryption of the registry, which is in the basement of The Agency. His own PlayfulHacker assumes it's all nonsense, so he calls the whole thing off.]]
* MindScrew: in the first story arc, there's quite a lot of twists. Not a bad thing per se, but considering the series' target audience are kids [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids (albeit]] [[PeripheryDemographic not]] [[ParentalBonus necessarily)]], keeping track of the events might turn out to be harder than expected, especially considering the...
** GainaxEnding:... which ends ''the first story arc''. [[MindScrewdriver Explained throughout the second story arc.]]
* IncrediblyObviousTail: Played very literally indeed: turns out following somebody in [[http://pan.fotovista.com/dev/2/0/01357402/g_01357402.jpg this car]] isn't such a great idea...
** [[CompletelyMissingThePoint Hey, that one is a toy based on the]] [[http://lnx.ginevra2000.it/Disney/banda1/313.jpg real deal!]]
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Standard procedure for anyone wishing to retire from The Agency.
* MsFanservice: Kay K.
* NoExportForYou: Averted... kind of. Only the first three story arcs have been officially translated into English.
* NonMammalMammaries: Kay K is pretty... forthright for a character in a {{Disney}} comic.
** Then again, it seems Disney Italia [[PaperinikNewAdventures has a record for that sort of thing...]]
** In this series, when she's wearing a classy opera dress, even the flat chested Daisy gets ''cleavage''. Yes. ''' Daisy.'''
* [[PunnyName Punny Title]]: The latest story, concerning TheOlympics, is titled ''Olimpici Code'', an obvious ShoutOut to TheDaVinciCode. Sadly, it doesn't quite work in English.
* ShipTease: Kay K often seems very affectionate to Donald, and some would argue she's a better trade-in than Daisy... [[spoiler:[[ShipSinking Too bad she's a traitor]]. As she's being taken away, she tells Donald they "could've been good together". His response? [[OneTruePairing "Sorry Red! There's only one girl for me!"]] ]]
** The Portuguese translation doesn't feature those two lines, but the feeling (or end of it) is still there.
* ShoutOut: This has quite a few shout-outs to ''Film/JamesBond'' films:
** The password the bouncer of the bar where B-Black entered reveals to Donald (even though he shouldn't have) is ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''.
** The ''Hong Island'' scene features an underwater lair/laboratory that is located under a volcano, which might remind you of Blofeld's lair in ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice''.
** And, of course, one of stories (and the prologue to one of the story arcs) features the films of James ''Tond''. [[spoiler:And whose actor is actually an enemy spy]].
* SpyCatsuit: Kay K wears one of these in one of the stories.
* StealthHiBye: Kay K is very good at these.
* SweetTooth: It turns out B-Black is one. [[spoiler:Donald takes advantage of this by giving him a bugged licorice dispenser as a gift]]
* TheMole[=/=]MataHari: [[spoiler:Kay K. After all, [[{{Foreshadowing}} she did say that all good spies lied]] and that [[{{SuspiciouslySpecificDenial}} Red Primerose wasn't necessarily a man...]]]]
* TheRival: B-Black is this to Donald.
* TheTroubleWithTickets: Donald finds his 313 has been given a ticket, he's pretty ticked off - after all, he's never even been to that part of town before! Turns out he ''was'' there, retiring from The Agency. Throughout the first story arc, he tries to get out of paying it, but the VastBureaucracy stumps him and he finally pays the fine.
* ResignationsNotAccepted: Subverted, in that Jay J was okay with Double Duck resigning, but things got too hot for The Agency to handle without him, so it had to turn into a MandatoryUnretirement.
* WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys: Very much subverted: When GadgeteerGenius Gizmo equips Donald for his first mission back with The Agency, he takes Donald on a quick tour of his lab, showing him all the recent developments, including "laser pens, radar pencils and sonar markers" (Donald asks [[ComicallyMissingThePoint if they can write]]), but as Donald's taking minimal equipment with him on this mission he gets... a cell phone. It doesn't even get great reception...
* WhyDidntYouJustSaySo: Daisy asks this when Donald [[spoiler:tells her Kay K is a jewellery maker, and the only reason she was in his car was that she had a breakdown, and he was giving her a lift.]] Of course, it's Donald, so [[spoiler:Kay K shows up in Donald's house immediately after Daisy leaves, and when she comes back to apologise some more, [[NotWhatItLooksLike she finds them in a perfectly innocent embrace.]] ]]
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