As we all know, Della's husband and the triplets' father's identity still remains a mystery to this day. Whether he divorced or died still remains to be seen. Already in the episode, "What Ever to Donald Duck?!", his picture wasn't seen in the Duck "family tree" thing on Lunaris' screen in his plans to conquer Earth and target the family.
As for the boys' births, that's the real question. Recently, I've been having some theories. My first theory was that Della and her husband got married, laid her eggs, and then, later quickly divorced. The second was that she was drunk one night and had a relationship with an unknown person who eventually got her pregnant and allowed to lay eggs, thus, unintentionally committing infidelity. The third servi…Read more >
I remember watching 1960s Batman's Come Back Shame/It's How You Play the Game, in which Cliff Robertson was the villain Shame leading a gang of cowboy villains to steal valuable car parts and forge a vehicle capable of outrunning the Batmobile.
Here, I imagine a DuckTales version of such a villain.
At a Duckburg Motorcycle Race, one duck cyclist holds a comfortable lead. A cowboy villain, a wolf named Stane appears saying "Make one bad move, you'll get an extra snout where you're nose used to be." He then makes off with a part of the motorcycle engine.
Hearing the news, Della remembers the last time she defeated Stane in 2006. She, Donald and Dewey decide to investigate Stane's plans.
Meanwhile at a bankrupt movie studio, Stane and his cowboy …Read more >
(From this post I made long ago) https://ducktales.fandom.com/f/p/3100000000000000239 This is for interested readers only and please no rude comments!
For those of you who know me I think you'll already know what I'm fin to say! But to those of you who don't know me, I hope sometime during this series and before the show ends, they include a railroad crossing.
They did that in the 1987 series, in two of the episodes, one of them was "Robot Robbers" peridot0.fandom.com/wiki/File:Railroad_Crossing_on_Ducktales_(Robot_Robbers)_01.png the other was "Scrooge's Pet" peridot0.fandom.com/wiki/File:Ducktales_(1987)_Scrooge's_Pet_Railroad_Crossing_03.png
And I hope they do a more realistic and more modern crossing than they did in the 1987 series, usin…Read more >
Howdy everybody; had a question to put to you.
It's been brought to my attention that our wiki's current background-the plain brown border visible on the desktop site-doesn't really fit the theme of the wiki. I'm personally not bothered by it, but at least one user has expressed discontent with it, and I thought I'd bring the matter up with the rest of you. Does anyone else think we should change our background? And if so, do you have any suggestions as to a good background image we could utilize?
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No telling if they'll make a DuckTales episode where the boys try pulling a prank on their mom which eventually will get them complimented for their efforts considering she was quite the prankster in her days or grounded IF their jokes go too far.
I can only imagine the boys putting something in their mom's shampoo that turns her hair blonde temporarily (a reference to her original appearance in comics). Thinking it's Donald, she gets mad and into an argument with him until the boys reveal themselves as the culprits and reassure her that the stuff on her hair is only temporary before she can get mad at them and probably ground them for just one childish harmless little prank.Read more >
Please note, this is only and idea. This is not a real episode.
SYNOPSIS: On Christmas Eve, Magica de Spell takes down Santa's sleigh, and it crashes next to McDuck Manor. She starts riding the sleigh to ruin Christmas for everyone. Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby start to battle Magica - on Santa's sleigh - to save Christmas.
PLOT: It is Christmas Eve, and Santa Claus is flying over Duckburg. His sleigh lands on McDuck Manor. Santa uses ninja moves to dodge all of the traps that Scrooge set up and sucessfully puts the presents under the tree. When he goes back up the chimney, he immediatley gets tackled by Magica de Spell. All of the noise wakes ups the kids. They all run outside to find Santa fighting Magica de Spell. Magica jumps into the s…Read more >
I feel like making an homage to the Batman animated episode Heart of Ice in which Mr. Freeze wanted to vent his anger on his former employer Ferris Boyle until Batman stopped the icy villain. Some of it may have an homage to Batman Arkham Origins Cold Cold Heart
It opens with Isis Vanderchill (her reboot incarnation might speak in a Czech accent), thinking of her loved ones to rest and the "monster" (Mark Beaks) who took her husband from her would learn revenge is a dish best served cold.
Vanderchill leads a chilling ice gang to raid Waddle warehouses to form a giant freezing cannon. When Gizmoduck is called in, Drake/Darkwing Duck also joins the fray. Vanderchill freezes one of her own henchmen to slow Gizmoduck and Darkwing down. In the pr…Read more >
DISCLAIMER: THIS BLOG POST IS FANON. THIS IS NOT A REAL CROSSOVER/EPISODE... YET.
Disney should do a crossover of DuckTales and Star Wars. They already did it with Phineas and Ferb, so why not DuckTales? They can do it two ways - Replace Star Wars characters with DuckTales characters, OR have DuckTales characters join the Star Wars characters. I prefer the second option.
One of Gyro Gearloose's inventions accidently traps the entire family AND Glomgold and Magica in the Star Wars universe. They're somehow now Jedi and strong in the force - and they somehow already have lightsabers. They fall onto Tatooine, next to Luke Skywalker. Luke tells them of the threat to the galaxy - the Death Star - so Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby use the pla…Read more >
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS "FANON," NOT OFFICIAL CANON.
I've seen plenty of things about a ship between Dewey and Webby, called Debbigail. I honestly think that this will eventually become canon someday, or at least referenced. Here are the ways that Disney can reference Debbigail or make it canon.
1. When Dewey and Webby are on a team as a pair, they can be called "Team Debbigail."
2. In a flash-foward, Dewey and Webby could be married.
3. Dewey or Webby could risk their life for the other person.
4. Dewey and Webby could straight-up say that they love each other.
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So far in DT2017, we have not seen the Robot Robbers. This is how I'd like to see their comeback.
Scrooge takes Donald and Della for a stroll with their nephews out in Canada with Launchpad. They soon see Glomgold trying to make money from opening a new school called the Glomgold School of Criminology. Using robots designed by Anna Matronic (the Robot Robbers will look more like Zakus from Gundam), these robots are capable of construction and offensive measures. One of the robots is piloted by Ma Beagle who aims at Glomgold and says "Dig a hole for your final resting place!" But Scrooge pushes Glomgold out of the robot robber's laser fire path.
At night, Ma Beagle gathers blueprints for the Robot Robbers from Gyro and constructs for not only…Read more >
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS ONLY AN IDEA. THIS IS IN NO IDEA OFFICIAL OR CANONICAL.
We haven't seen who the triplet's dad. I saw another blog post from fellow user Olivier Baghdadi that the dad is part of F.O.W.L. I want to continue on that idea.
For simplicity, we'll call the dad "Mr. Duck."
Sometime after their marriage, Mr. Duck (who would have a different surname) betrayed his family and joined F.O.W.L. To prevent the triplets from knowing, Della does not tell anybody and legally changes her surname back to "Duck."
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Recently, having remembered Disney's Pinocchio, which I haven't seen in years, I've thought of a DuckTales episode that spoofs the movie, mainly the elements involving Pleasure Island mostly and Monstro.
One day, the Duck boys are having fun at their most favorite place in the world, Funso's, but eventually, they become bored with having to do the same thing they've been doing at that place for the past 11 years and wish they could have a different kind of fun. Then, a stranger in fancy clothes approaches them, offering them free invitations and the chance of a lifetime of fun at his amusement theme park on an island he runs called Pleasure Island. At first, the boys hesitate but then, they agree on condition that they ask for their mother and…Read more >
Hey folks, wanted to post something about this after a recent discussion. With regards to adding screenshots to the wiki, please make sure that you are uploading images from a legitimate source. This means that images from illegal streaming services should not be uploaded. Also, any screenshots should preferably lack any logo/watermark, which-unless it's that of a legitimate source like Disney Channel-is often indicative of a screenshot coming from an illegitimate source.
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I watched Star Trek: The Gamesters of Triskelion. Kirk, Uhura and Chekov were abducted by aliens, taken by force to Triskelion, a gladiator world where captured aliens are forced to fight for the amusement of three Providers, almost like Mortal Kombat and such.
This is how an homage should be in DT2017.
Della and Donald is taking the kids (both the triplets and Webby?) to a concert in Mexico. As soon as Della and the kids are in the car though, they vanish and arrive on a planet like Triskelion. Della complains "I don't think we're in Mexico anymore." Just then, a group of five thralls appear: One being a 5'11 bird woman (likely voiced by Alexa Bliss), one being a samurai crocodile (likely voiced by Gackt), one being a strong bear (voiced by…Read more >
Dewey it has been known, it has been now known the dew-fish is real!Read more >
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I woke up this morning and I remembered having seen the Season 2 finale episode of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated for the first time only a few weeks ago. It was then that I said to myself: "What if they had made a DuckTales (2017) Season final episode based on the aforementioned Scooby-Doo episode as well?"
Now, of course, to conclude the finale, the remaining episodes would serve as a 4/5-part of an episode serial; much like the last 4 remaining Season 2 episodes did. The story would focus on Scrooge, his family, and the rest of the gang going on another adventure, solving another yet lengthy mystery, and discovering both usual and unusual treasures along the way with Magica De Spell serving as the main antagonist accompanied by her brother, …Read more >
Now that I think of it, Duckworth could've been the answer, the key to further solving the mystery of Della Duck's disappearance since the night he first showed up at McDuck Manor in spectral form from the very beginning in Season 1.
With Duckworth back home and since he has a habit of leaving and re-entering the Underworld whenever he pleases as seen in "Treasure of the Found Lamp!", Dewey and Webby (and probably the others) could've asked him if he had seen and met Della in the Underworld. If so, Duckworth would've brought her back with him to the Land of the Living as a ghost much like himself had she not survived the storm and/or the crash, but if not, then, the entire family would be pleased and reassured to know that she was still ali…Read more >
Gonna start with the Duck Family, then move out to other characters.Read more >
I would like to see if DT2017 season drei can get a scary vampire episode in homage to the Lupin III episode Lupin Who Turned Into a Vampire/But your Brother was Such a Nice Guy.
An excavation team stumbles upon the coffin of a vampire duck and a statue of someone like Mary (the mother of Jesus). They bring her in for a medical examination but the vampire disappears into the night. The vampire charms Della and bites her neck turning her into a vampire. The vampire duck, Drakulina assigns Della to steal the Mary-like statue and kidnap a sacrifice. Somehow, the worried Scrooge sets up garlic around the house, but Della isn't affected. Webby is kidnapped to be a vampire sacrifice.
Scrooge and company head to Drakulina's castle in Northern Roman…Read more >
I watched Batman 1960's Marsha, Queen of Diamonds, the villainess Marsha (Carolyn Jones) was trying to heist the Bat-Diamond from the Batcave.
I feel like DT2017 season drei should have a similar episode.
A female Turkish angora cat (similar to Duchess from The Aristocats, but anthro) is known to enchant her victims to help her steal valuable treasures and wants Scrooge McDuck's treasures and money. To gain access to the manor, she brainwashes Launchpad with her enchantment and when the plan is going south, wants Scrooge to marry her lest he lose Launchpad forever. The Duck family would need to do something about the villainess. Maybe Goldie could try to crash the wedding.Read more >
If they intend to create a DuckTales episode focusing on Della's relationship with her boys, I'd wish that it would take place somewhere before, during, and after Mother's Day:
Knowing that tomorrow is Mother's Day, the boys plot to do something special for their mother as this will be the first time they actually celebrate such an event now that their mother is back in their lives; much to their excitement. So, they intend to keep their plan and initiate it in secret without allowing their mother or anyone else to know what they're up to until tomorrow. However, remembering how Louie's attempt to keep his last plan to steal treasures from the past a secret was blown and what it led to, the boys do the best they can to act normal without arou…Read more >
If they intend to create a DuckTales episode featuring Della's unknown husband/lover and the boys' unknown father, I'd wish that it would take place somewhere before, during, and after Father's Day:
One day, the boys are having fun at the park and when they see how most children are having fun with their dads mostly and one of them asks them: "Isn't having a father the greatest thing in the world or what?!", the boys suddenly go into a slightly deep depression when they learn that tomorrow is Father's Day.
Later, back at McDuck Manor, they are seen sitting by the pool next to the boathouse with their feet in the water as they sulk. Scrooge enters the scene as he tries talking the boys into going on another adventure but when he notices them su…Read more >
As of today, I've thought of a new DuckTales episode based on the Aladdin episode, "To Cure a Thief". The episode named "To Scheme or Not to Scheme?!" focuses on Della and Louie's relationship again.
One night, a couple of clumsy thieves, the Ducker Bros: Jimmy (the muscular leader), Bobby (the computer whiz), and Donnie (the idiot) try to steal a magical golden gauntlet known as the Gauntlet of Midas in one of the rooms of Scrooge's other Money Bin, but fail because of the traps. After the guards put the traps back in their places, a greedy Louie steals the gauntlet and triggers the traps again despite everyone's warnings. Though it is clear as to who is responsible for today's trouble, Scrooge advises Della to talk to her son or he'll do it …
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So I'm anticipating that Season 3 of DuckTales 2017 will introduce more members of Clan McDuck/the Duck Family. Season 1 brought us Della for the first time in animation, mentions of Quackmore Duck and Hortense McDuck, Gladstone (unfortunately in my opinion), Fergus, Downy, and various Clan McDuck ghosts/mentioned ancestors. With Season 2, we got Fethry, Phooey, and Cornelius Coot, along with the new Bubba Duck apparently being established as an early Clan McDuck ancestor. I have a few hopes and ideas for what I'd like to see from Disney's most popular avian clan in the third season:
- Actual appearances by Quackmore and Hortense
Donald and Della's parents have never appeared in animation that I'm aware of, so naturally they're a top pick for ap…Read more >
Having seen WB's The Iron Giant (1999) only yesterday, I thought of a new DuckTales episode based on that movie. The episode is also another focus on Della and Dewey's relationship as well. This time, Dewey replaces Hogarth Hughes, Della replaces Mrs. Annie Hughes, Mansley is renamed Ducksley, Dean McCoppin is renamed Scooter McStuffin, and Admiral Grimitz is promoted to General instead, replacing General Shannon Rogard.
The main plots I've been able to imagine so far are as follows:
A few months after the Moonlander invasion has been averted, an object from space crashes in the ocean just off the coast of Duckburg during a storm and later enters the forest; leaving a shipwrecked sailor to be the first to witness the event after miraculously mak…Read more >
Is it me, or do the kids all have something in common that they could all meet up. In case you don't know who I'm talking about it's; Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby, Lena, and Violet. I feel that Huey and Violet would be a good match because they're both extremely smart and always have rational solutions and love mystical beings. Webby and Dewey are also a great match because they both love adventure and solving Duck or McDuck family mysteries. And finally, Louie and Lena. They're both slick and con artists who always love to do what they want. He even says in the episode "The Beagle Birthday Massacre" that she's his favorite. And that is why I think these 6 should be a couple. Maybe there should be an episode for every pair and tells us how th…Read more >
Ever since the "Timephoon!" episode, I've been having many theories about the results of the relationship between Della and Louie after Louie was harshly grounded, some which are good and others bad. Probably before, during, or after the "GlomTales!" episode and the ones that followed afterwards.
Sometimes, after Louie painfully pointed out where he got this habit of doing things without any thought about the consequences or the people he would hurt, I imagine him saying afterwards: "I'm just glad that while it took you 10 years to finally correct your mistake with a price to pay for it (the leg thing), it actually took me 10 seconds to correct mine instead!" then/or: "At least, travelling through time to steal treasures in a Time-Tub would…Read more >
As we all know by now, both DuckTales (old and new) AND TaleSpin have been known to spoof and parody Indiana Jones movies for a long time considering Indiana Jones was their inspiration. Therefore, I thought I'd come up with an idea for a scene featuring Scrooge and his family taking on Neo-Nazis (descendants of the first Nazis working for Hitler) working for another rival millionaire/adventurer/explorer duck during a tank chase which pays homage to Henry "Indiana" Jr. and his father, Henry Sr. and their friends, Sallah and Marcus Brody taking on Nazis working for Walter Donovan during a tank chase in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
In this case, during the chase, Della replaces Indiana Jones fighting a Colonel replacing Colonel Vogel working f…Read more >
I was planning to write another blog about my thoughts on the rest of Season 2, but I still can't help but wonder after the finale about who might currently be in the heroic spy organization of S.H.U.S.H. We have now discovered who the head agents of F.O.W.L. are, so when I saw that group it got me thinking, if F.O.W.L. is still active with a good handful of members, then it's only natural that S.H.U.S.H. has a similar status, right?
Let's go over the agents we already knew about beforehand. On F.O.W.L.'s side we have Black Heron, a long time agent of the organization who intended to use her chemistry skills to produce more powerful armies for evil doing. On S.H.U.S.H.'s side we have 2 people who are Ludwig Von Drake and Bentina Beakley (ot…Read more >
Ready for F.O.W.L.?Read more >
This is it, we're finally coming back to finish off season 2 of Ducktales after yet another long time hiatus lasting 3 1/2 months. It's pretty crazy to believe that season 2 premiered almost 1 year ago now with the family still running into another crazy adventure right around every corner.
Some of the episodes are said to work a little differently than others, particularly Timephoon, Glomtales, The Richest Duck in the World, and Moonvasion. Apparently these episodes are going to act as adventures piling on top of one another until the finale itself, or in other words it'll be a 4-part series like the original show used to do.
I'm also well aware that the entire fandom is freaking out about these remaining episodes for 1 particular reason, n…Read more >
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Today i come to you with two announcements, one, is to please add a source, and the release of our rules.
Next month the rest of Season 2 of DuckTales will be released, and recently, users have been adding episode titles, and making episode pages, without adding sources, we ask that users add sources onto episode articles. We don't want false information on the wiki since it can be passed onto other places and people may believe such is correct. Any episode page made without sources will be removed, so if your page or edit is removed please do not redo it without adding a source.
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It's been the Last Crash of the Sunchaser since Monacrow was mentioned. It has yet to be visited by the family.
I hope the family gets another chance to go to Monacrow for a vacation. Again, Donald should opt to stay behind to watch the house and houseboat.
If it rains before departing, the kids need to lie that it's sunny and won't have to worry about turbulence and it shouldn't destroy what slim chance they'd have for a wondrous Monacrow vacation.
It would be a great three part start for the third season: The Great Monacrow Vacation. Like so:
Part 1: So It's Come to This, A DuckTales Clipshow!
The kids convince Scrooge and Beakley to attempt a second chance at Monacrow. They race the plane through a severe thunderstorm and Della taps the boos…Read more >
- Webby is two years younger than Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
- Lena is three years older than Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
- Dewey is more emotionally attached (sometimes literally) to
Della than he is in the show.
- He’s also more emotionally attached (sometimes literally) to Scrooge than he is in the show.
- This is set after Lena’s return.
- Upon Webby’s request, Scrooge honored his promise to Lena, and moved her into the manor.
- Lena calls Scrooge “Uncle Scrooge”.
- Webby calls Donald “Uncle Donald”.
- Donald told Webby to call him “Uncle Donald” literally right after the Shadow War.
- Donald isn’t on the moon in the beginning, he’s just on a cruise.
- Scrooge and Webby have a much closer relationship than is seen in the show.
- Donald and the boys moved into McDuck Manor aft…
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- Webby is two years younger than Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
I remember watching a Batman episode called Joker Goes to School/He Meets his Match, the Grisly Ghoul. Joker tried to conscript a number of school students into street gangs using gimmicked machines distributing money and blinding the students with greed and easy living.
I begin to wonder if Glomgold might try a similar tactic to win the wager. Like put up a wager to a rival school against a Duckburg high school and get the winning money, and plant answer sheets to the final exams in a gym vending machine. Glomgold and his friends would photo the students holding the answers to the exams and thus would be disqualified when the board of education sees the photo. I have to wonder if Scrooge and company would do something about it.Read more >
Glomgold said he stole Scrooge's Money clip years ago, and Scrooge has not done anything to reclaim it.
I hope something is done for scrooge to regain his money clip.
Either Scrooge or just the kids should wanna sneak into Glomgold's office at night and swap the money clip for a fake (strings of spaghetti made to look like a money clip). Glomgold might try to catch them in the act and charge them with burglary. That reminds me of the 1960s Batman episode "The Penguin Goes Straight/Not Yet He Ain't".
And what would happen if Glomgold sees the money clip on his character has been replaced with spaghetti?Read more >
What if Disney had created an episode which spoofs Steven Spielberg's Hook? Already DuckTales has spoofed both Spielberg's Indiana Jones franchise AND Jaws movie.
In the episode, following the events of the 2nd theory from this blog, which follows the events of the episode, "Timephoon!", Della and Louie are having a rough relationship. One night, as Scrooge, Donald, and Della get ready to go out to an event, Scrooge and Donald notice Della is in a depressed state even after Scrooge compliments her on her dress as she reminds him of her mother. When Scrooge asks her what's wrong, Della tells him about her relationship with Louie, which makes her feel like Louie doesn't even want her around or that she doesn't belong here anymore. Suddenly, Huey and …Read more >
For those of you who don't know, Russi Taylor has passed away at the age of 75 sometime yesterday/July 26. She is very well known to the Ducktales fandom as the original voice of Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby in the 1987 Ducktales show. She has also been the main voice of Minnie Mouse for over 30 years, providing her voice all the way until her death on shows such as Mickey Mouse Roadster Racers and the Mickey Mouse shorts. We were also very thankful to hear her triplets voice one last time in the Ducktales reboot during the holiday special Last Christmas! as a younger version of Donald Duck.
I am very saddened to hear about the news because I loved hearing Russi's voice with all the numerous Disney voices and other cartoon characters she's …Read more >
As we all know, both DuckTales (old and new) AND TaleSpin have been known to spoof and parody Indiana Jones movies for a long time considering Indiana Jones was their inspiration. Therefore, I thought I'd come up with an idea for a scene featuring Donald and Della's argument once both twins are reunited which pays homage to Henry "Indiana" Jr. and his father, Henry Sr.'s argument on the blimp headed for Alexandretta in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
In this case, during the argument, Donald tells Della:"Yeah, well, you left just when you were about to become a mother of three!"Read more >
We're now in the aftermath of the comic con announcements, and there was definitely a lot of info to hype us for season 3. However, we're not out of the woods just yet for season 2, cause we've still got 9 more episodes to be released in just 2 more months from now, and we were given some pretty cool shots at the final season 2 trailer to help ease our waiting until then.
Here's the link in case you guys want to check it out again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHmRQ2Zuqr4
So obviously there's a whole bunch of crazy stuff that's going to continue happening, we got storms around McDuck Manor, adventuring into abandoned and dangerous territories, still some new faces to look forward to including Bubba, Gyro having time problems which is proba…Read more >
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So if you've been following the news, you know that several reveals took place at San Diego Comic Con 2019's DuckTales panel. This included looks at quite a few "new" characters who will be introduced during season two and three, which we'll be looking at here. If you wish to avoid spoilers-minimal though they are-you probably shouldn't read this. Without further ado, here we go.
- The Rescue Rangers
- Among the many "The Disney Afternoon" characters to be joining the series in future episodes, the least altered-cosmetically, anyway-are Chip, Dale, and their compatriots from Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers. By all appearances, there's been little alteration to the chipmunk duo, Gadget Hackwrench, Monterey Jack, or Zipper. That being said, it will be int…
As most of you know, the San Diego comic con event will be starting in less than a week from now, and one of the panels will be including Ducktales and a good handful of the cast. It is said that Ben Schwartz (Dewey), Bobby Moynihan (Louie), Kate Micucci (Webby), Paget Brewster (Della), Frank Angones (writer), and Matt Youngberg (writer) will be on the stage on July 19th, or in other words this Friday. I can't confirm this, but it's also said that season 1 Ducktales director Dana Terrace will also be joining the panel, but if this is true then it wouldn't surprise me if she was also there to promote her new show The Owl House coming out in early 2020.
This is also just a rumor, but Lin-Manuel Miranda (Fenton) will definitely be at comic con…Read more >
I've come to you today to say that I think the wiki might need a small modernization, of course to do this i would need the communitys ideas on what to modernize, I put a poll below to see what you guys would like modernized, it has the general things such as polls. For any others not on the list please comment.
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So I know I'm not the only one who sees "The Duck Knight Returns!" as a perfect backdoor pilot for a new Darkwing Duck cartoon series. The question is, would we see something like the old Darkwing (presumably with an actual canon storyline like DuckTales 2017), or perhaps something more like this Justice Ducks pitch? Were it to be something along the latter lines, it would be interesting to see how such a series would play out.
For one thing, I question whether Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera would be a series regular or a recurring guest star, as he is in DuckTales. Given that he's only appeared in five (six counting a two-parter) episodes of DuckTales to date, and that Lin-Manuel Miranda's a pretty hot commodity these days, I could see him only making in…Read more >
Wow, it's crazy to believe that Donald's been around for 85 years now in cartoon history, he's even older than the famous Bugs Bunny or even Daffy Duck, whose been the only other duck that's as matched as Donald is with popularity over the classic years.
I've always loved Donald ever since I could begin to remember, especially since he was so funny to watch on all his cartoons from the retros of the 30's to 60's, to the newer ages of the 90's to now. I always loved how Donald is always considered such a lowlife in the majority of his work in the cartoon world, and yet millions and millions around the world continuously adore the character to this day. Eventually I started getting into the comics of both Donald and Scrooge's adventures, and …Read more >
I remember Spies in Their Eyes when Cinnamon Teal brainwashed Donald.
To reimagine this in the reboot:
While Scrooge is out in Macaw with Fethry, Della takes the kids for Yue Chuan practice. They spot Cinnamon Teal (she could be voiced by Kelly Hu) also training. Cinnamon Teal has evil motives. She invites Della out at night and brainwashes her to steal valuable weapons from Chinese melee weapons arsenal like the meteor hammer. Cinnamon Teal is plotting to take over China. When the kids check on Della, Cinnamon tries to use Della against them lying to her that the kids are minions of Magica and must be killed.Read more >
In this TMNT scene, I can imagine Della and the kids including Webby enjoying ice cream slushies in glasses in a malt shop, then, they hear an alarm ringing.
Two pig thieves come out after robbing a bank or jewelry store, Della and the kids get out to stop them, Webby catches one thief with her grappling hook by his legs, and Dewey throws a garbage lid like a Frisbee that hits the 2nd thief on the head and has him knock himself out against a pole.
After rounding them up, Della and the kids are suddenly confronted by an angry director who reprimands and scolds at them for ruining what was in fact, a filming location for a movie he was shooting. Then, the director proceeds to insult them further; especially, Della, which begins to agitate her up…Read more >