Let's Get Dangerous!
Posted 16 October 2011 - 09:55 AM
Okay, League is from left to right:
Camile Chameleon from Darkwing Duck
Magica De Spell from Ducktales
Cinnamon Teal from Ducktales (Her only appearance)
Ammonia Pine from Darkwing Duck
Posted 20 October 2011 - 12:38 AM
Now this chapter was a lot better than the last (in DuckTales #5) and I think that's because they split the group up so the characters could interact with each other a bit more.
Good to see Quackerjack restored to (relative) normalcy; I was afraid that the impending cancelation would leave him stuck like that for keeps.
Darkwing sparring verbally with Scrooge was definately the highlight of the issue, though. It got a little sappy in a couple places; Darkwing telling Gizmo-Duck how he's always been jealous of him or Launchpad's trite inner monologue about having to choose between his two TV sho- "friends". Still a lot of good comedy.
And I'm glad we're getting this crossover, as in a way, it means we're getting twice as many Darkwing issues as we would've gotten before the series ends.
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Posted 25 December 2011 - 05:08 AM
And I guess Scrooge's pogo-cane is canon now... was it ever seen before outside of the video games?
Anyway, I want to make sure I got all the Darkwing arcs: there was the returns, Crisis on Infinite Darkwings, the PR thing, and the FOWL/Duckthulu storyline, plus the crossover, right?
I may just get Rescue Rangers and Ducktales for the heck of it, to round things out-- how many trades am I looking at there?
Posted 25 December 2011 - 03:23 PM
There were so many part of the Dangerous Currency that I cheered in, haha. I think my fave is the motherlode and agent 44's reveal. It loses points by the uneven quality of Duck Tales's side though.
On the previous arc, what's the reference to Launchpad doing the shirtless saxaphone bit? LOL, at thinking the campaign manager would be Gyro but it was Doofus instead. LOLer at Mayor Launchpad wrecking the city in 5min, haha.
Which issue and what part did Scrooge do the pogo cane? I don't recall seeing it.
Posted 25 December 2011 - 11:57 PM
Ducktales seemed to start intending to match the style of the old school Uncle Scrooge comics, but even then there were odd points where it looks like it wasn't inked right or even poorly laid out pages get sloppily tossed together in photoshop using elements of other panels.
LBD "Nytetrayn": Yes the last arc was compiled together as a single graphic novel with Darkwing and Ducktales sharing the title space. EDIT: Wow, I need to read better ^_^;;;
Edited by Confuzor, 26 December 2011 - 10:42 PM.
Posted 26 December 2011 - 10:45 AM
Scrooge as the Masked Mallard had trick gadgets in his cane but I don't recall it having the pogo attachment. Scrooge was very cool as a superhero actually
Ah, I can see about supposedly getting the feel of the classic Duck Tales comics but, eeeeh, I was thinking that Duck Tales should copy the cartoon art style instead.
A bit of googling on shirtless and saxophone got Lost Boys and Jon Hamm SNL Cursed. I'm not sure about the chain belt though. Since it was Launchpad campaigning, I thought it was a reference to uh, one of the American presidents playing a saxophone in the intro of Animaniacs. I hate not getting the easter eggs, like 70's family thing when Morgana was taken away. AWESOME that she came back. Also Quackerjack. BTW, what was so major about Megavolt's upgrade? It wasn't as cool or twisted as the other guys,
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