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Maybe she'll be Zan Owlson's replacement in season 3.
That sounds like a great idea. It would move her away from the clingy jealous girlfriend who sponges off her boyfriends thing she tends to be stuck in.
He (Anigones) already confirmed Owlson's replacements is someone we've seen already.
Edited by Maljen on Oct 12th 2019 at 9:17:25 AM
Oh. I know.
It's going to be Louie, isn't it?
I'm not sure if Glomgold would be eager to let Louie be his business manager after Louie stabbed him in the back or if it's his brand of crazy to decide that means Louie would be a great business manager.
It's unclear what exactly is the ownership status of Glomgold Industries right now. Did Louie give Scrooge everything or just Mc Duck? Is GI Scrooge's to be tricked into giving back to Glomgold? Not that anybody but Glomgold recognizes the validity of that stunt.
Zan's replacement is going to be the kelpies, so we can watch them try to drown Glomgold in his shark tank.
I wouldn’t say she’s stuck in it. She’s only really like that in the comics.
In animation, she’s consistently had no consistent characterization at all. She’s different in everything.
Maybe they gave Glomgold his company back as a good show of faith since he did help save the world.
And because Glomgold isn't all that dangerous anyway.
I've read the duck comics they recently were releasing through idw. Donald rarely is ever wins and always ends up either broke or breaking even at best. His own laziness and greed and anger gets in his way in almost all of them
The difference is that Donald's much more unpleasant in the comics than in Ducktales 17.
And he hasn't shown a hint of laziness or greediness in the show.
I think maybe that Deadpoolrocks is talking about the Duck comics being rereleased/localized through IDW comics, which are a lot older and probably took a much longer time to release in the states.
I haven't read the 2017 comics adaptation mostly since they're tie-in material, which tend to be casually ignored at best or contradictory, since they have a different set of writers (so I'm not sure how much Della matches up with the series proper).
Granted, the 2017 comics might be pseudo-canon, due to one of them apparently having Bradford Buzzard say under his breath that he "never said he wasn't" part of some conspiracy against Scrooge. So they might have access to some of the plans for the series, or at least have some contact with the crew.
The best classic Donald cartoons are where Donald causes his own bad luck with his impatience, intolerance, and cruelty, but I also appreciate "the universe just uses him as its chewtoy" approach the show uses, which has precedent in the comics, where Donald is as cursed as Gladstone is blessed.
I'm hearing that next season will be the last one? That can't be right.
Someone on the MLP thread mentioned that season three would be the last one. Maybe they meant it hasn't been renewed yet? It was someone fretting about MLP ending and there being no more good shows around, or them ending soon.
Season 3 hasn't aired yet, so I reckon we'll get confirmation once we're closer the premiere.
The whole Disney Afternoon crossover aspect does kind of have the trappings of a "final" season, though I'd rather wait for something to be confirmed.
Although granted, I feel like the marking of a final season would be Mickey finally being allowed to make an appearance, because they wouldn't have anything else left to lose after that.
Are you saying Mickey is the character that can doom the show?
Don't let our Disney overlords hear.
I was under the impression the show was renewed for two more seasons, though I could be wrong about that.
Mickey showing up is the apocalypse Launchpad thought was neat.
I have some speculation about that apocalypse, actually, namely that Launchpad's wording ("see you there soon!") implies it's gonna be in the near future. Of course, it could also just have been a dark joke.
We need another so that Merlock can have the spotlight he needs.
Is it so certain he won't be in season 3?
Nothing is certain. Magica being in Season 1 was kept a big secret, and yet she ended up being the Big Bad.
Was it, though? Magica is one of the three big bads Scrooge fights on a regular basis. They hardly kept the Beagle Boys a secret.
The surprise was not that she was in season 1, but that she had been upgraded somewhat from her original appearance.
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