Disney Darkwing Duck: Tales of the Duck Knight: Comics Collection

Disney Darkwing Duck Tales of the Duck Knight Comics Collection Catch Darkwing Duck Launchpad McQuack Gosalyn and others in this fan favorite revival of the smash hit Disney Afternoon animated series More slapstick crime fighting adventures await starting at th

  • Title: Disney Darkwing Duck: Tales of the Duck Knight: Comics Collection
  • Author: Aaron Sparrow James Silvani
  • ISBN: 9781772754759
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • Catch Darkwing Duck, Launchpad McQuack, Gosalyn, and others in this fan favorite revival of the smash hit Disney Afternoon animated series More slapstick crime fighting adventures await starting at the origin of the dastardly Fluffy and culminating with a botanical battle royale against an army of vicious potatoes led by, well, not quite who you might be thinking Fans ofCatch Darkwing Duck, Launchpad McQuack, Gosalyn, and others in this fan favorite revival of the smash hit Disney Afternoon animated series More slapstick crime fighting adventures await starting at the origin of the dastardly Fluffy and culminating with a botanical battle royale against an army of vicious potatoes led by, well, not quite who you might be thinking Fans of the daring duck of mystery will love this collection of issues 5 8 of the original comic series from Joe Books.

    One thought on “Disney Darkwing Duck: Tales of the Duck Knight: Comics Collection”

    1. First of all, I'm pleasantly surprised we got this collection, what with the Darkwing Duck comic meeting an untimely end. Anyway, a fun collection of stories, with a remake of the Disney Adventures story featuring Fluffy, the return of Splatter Phoenix, and a Bushroot story that was perfectly timed for October reading. I would have been OK with a reprint of the actual DA story instead of a remake, but it was fine; Splatter Phoenix's return gave us a fun ride through comic genres (only the manga [...]

    2. My childhood wrapped up in a comic book. I do hope they continue with the series as there is more to learn about other villains and more story lines to finish up. If you loved DW when he was on Disney Afternoons, you will LOVE this comic and the nostalgia.

    3. So last year I did this thing where I abstained from consuming anything Disney, which obviously included Darkwing Duck. For an entire year I agonized over not being able to finish the comic, and then another half of the year agonizing over not being able to watch DuckTales. The fact that I even remember somewhat vaguely that I was becoming less impressed by how the comics were going - which somewhat reminds me of shows being lackluster after returning from an abrupt writer's strike - was crushed [...]

    4. Even more great and wonderful Darkwing Duck stories that feel like they picked up right where the television show left off. My only complaint, and the author even addresses this, is that Darkwing Duck wears a turtleneck and not a tie.

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