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  Darkwing Duck - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
Darkwing Duck, who appeared as part of the two-hour syndicated "Disney Afternoon" block of weekday children's shows from 1991-95, is a superhero with style, panache, pizzazz, and a colossal ego.
Darkwing Duck quickly developed a following, and was renewed for a total of 90 episodes.
Today, Darkwing Duck continues to flap in the night, with reruns airing regularly on the cable station Toon Disney.
www.toonopedia.com /darkwing.htm   (399 words)

  
  Zeichentrickserien.de | Darkwing Duck - Der Schrecken der Bösewichte (Darkwing Duck)
Eddie Erpel alias Darkwing Duck und seine Adoptivtochter Kiki sind wie besessen von einem neuen Videospiel und liefern sich einen erbarmungslosen Kampf um den Sieg.
Eddie Erpel alias Darkwing Duck freut sich auf den Campingurlaub mit seiner Tochter Kiki.
Binkie Wirrfuß gewinnt Darkwing Duck für ein neues Sozialprogramm.
www.zeichentrickserien.de /darkwing.htm   (3866 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck - WikiFur, the furry encyclopedia
Darkwing Duck is an Emmy-nominated American animated television series spin-off from the hit series DuckTales produced by Disney Company that ran from 1991 to 1992 on Saturday mornings on ABC.
Darkwing Duck is largely regarded as an affectionate satire on superhero mythos and lore, some obvious, some subtle, and others quite witty.
Darkwing's character and gimmicks are all direct references to pulp heroes such as the Crimson Avenger, The Shadow, and The Green Hornet.
furry.wikia.com /wiki/Darkwing_Duck   (160 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck & Talespin: Volume One - A Review by Michael Nusair
Darkwing Duck, which premiered in 1991, features a bumbling, Batman-esque superhero and his faithful sidekick, Launchpad.
It’s well-made and generally entertaining; Darkwing himself makes for an engaging enough protagonist, and the characters he’s surrounded with are equally affable.
The humor tends to lean towards the juvenile side (this is a kids’ show, after all) though each episode is generally peppered with a few references bound to sail over the heads of its younger viewers.
www.reelfilm.com /tvdarkwn.htm   (574 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck, Vol. 1 DVD Review - MovieWeb
Armed with a bevy of gadgets, Darkwing must fight against foes like Jambalya Jack and his gator, deal with a time traveling trip down memory lane and also the bad intentions of the Fearsome Five.
As quick moving as it is quick sounding, Darkwing Duck is one of those cartoons that raises the stakes and keeps the action going in spite of itself.
Darkwing Duck is filled with all the comic zaniness we have come to expect from Walt Disney films.
www.movieweb.com /dvd/release/60/105460/review1800.php   (611 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck Episode Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Darkwing, sought by the police under the mistaken charges of robbing a train, must protect her while staying clear of the police long enough to catch Bulba and prove his innocence.
Darkwing think's Duane is just crazy, but when a bunch of locals at the diner think Darkwing is the vampire and try to kill him, Darkwing has to prove he isn't one.
Darkwing Duck's only hope is to grab a dose of the formula, but it isn't long before the unstable chemicals go to Darkwing's head.
www.ladyofthecake.com /darkwing   (7199 words)

  
 Flapping Terror - Character Profiles
He tends to miss blatantly obvious problems or solutions due to his melodramatic flair; by paying attention to the most seemingly insignificant details, he appears to be brilliant (in his own mind, anyway).
One piece of the puzzle is the fact that we know Darkwing never wanted to be a loner, nor does he ever want to be one in the future, with the way he shows himself off.
Darkwing Duck and all related characters and elements are copyright Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Animation, 1991-1995.
doubleoduck.tripod.com /profiles/darkwing.html   (607 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck
Disney's Darkwing Duck is a Disney animated series that ran from 1991 to 1993 (often inside The Disney Afternoon), featuring an eponymous superhero anthropomorphic duck with the alter ego Drake Mallard (and the voice of Jim Cummings).
Darkwing acquired his mask, gas gun, and combat training from a variety of sources who figured that they "could come in handy some day." Among numerous other pop culture references in the episode, he receives martial arts training in a monastery inspired by David Carradine's Kung Fu (TV series).
Darkwing's most plausible origin is revealed in the episode "Clash Reunion", in which a young Drake Mallard disguises himself as Darkwing at his high school prom in order to stop a classmate turned villain (Elmo Sputterspark, later known as Megavolt).
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/Darkwing_Duck.php   (2200 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck Episode Guide - Darkwing Duck Season Episodes - TV.com
Darkwing Duck is a little known crime fighter dying for a big break, and the publicity that goes with it.
Darkwing think's Duane is just crazy and doesn't listen, but when a bunch of hicks at a diner think Darkwing is the vampire and try to kill him, DW has to prove he isn't one.
Darkwing thinks that he's going to have to save the planet, until he finds out that everyone on the planet is a hero, and they need him as their "ordinary guy," since the last one left.
www.tv.com /darkwing-duck/show/3234/episode_guide.html   (3447 words)

  
 The Real Story of Darkwing Duck   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The name "Darkwing Duck" had probably been stolen from his future counterpart, but we can't be sure of that.
Darkwing tried to take Gosalyn to the police station, but he had been falsely accused of robbing the same train that Bulba's men had gotten the Ram Rod from and the police opened fire on him.
Mostly because he was Darkwing's "biggest fan." They used the Thunderquack to get to Bulba's ship where it didn't take Darkwing long to get captured and have Gosalyn used against him so that he would tell Bulba the code.
www.angelfire.com /va/knobsquad/darkwing.html   (1315 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck: Volume 1 DVD Review - Page 1 of 2
"Darkwing Duck" became television's first series to simultaneously premiere new episodes in syndication and on a major network when it was added to ABC's Saturday morning lineup at the start of the very same season.
Darkwing himself serves as the primary source of humor, often suffering as a result of his arrogance or rash behavior.
Darkwing is delighted that his adventures will be the subject of a new comic book but insists on writing the first installment himself.
www.ultimatedisney.com /darkwingduck-volume1.html   (2142 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck - Television Tropes & Idioms
Darkwing Duck was a superhero cartoon produced by Walt Disney that ran from 1991 to 1995.
Darkwing was comedically inept, hampered by his vainglory, short-sightedness, bad temper and general klutziness.
Darkwing faced a variety of villains, from the comical-but-sort-of-deadly electropath Megavolt and plant/duck Bushroot through the smarmy salesman, Liquidator, to the competent Taurus Bulba and Steel Beak.
tvtropes.org /pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DarkwingDuck   (435 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck in Jump The Shark
Darkwing was a superhero, but the setup of his life was like in the real world.
I prefer to think of him as a lookalike who dresses like Darkwing (ducks tend to look alike, y'know) since the Negaverse was explained only as being a "secret hideout" with no follow-up as to how Negaduck was able to construct the portal that took him there.
darkwing uses quackerjack's time machine to go back in time and figure out who it is that's trapped in the amber.
www.jumptheshark.com /forum/Darkwing-Duck/508   (959 words)

  
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 Amazon.com: Darkwing Duck, Volume 1: DVD: Hamilton Camp,Gérard Hernandez,Sheryl Bernstein,Ron Feinberg,Lorenzo ...
Darkwing (DW to his friends) is the well-meaning if flamboyant (and klutzy) protector of St. Canard, a city that looks suspiciously like San Francisco and even has a Golden Gate-like bridge in which the winged avenger has tucked away his secret headquarters.
Caped crime fighter Darkwing Duck is on the job.
Darkwing must juggle the responsibilities of being a superhero and being a dad to nine-year-old Gosalyn.
www.amazon.com /Darkwing-Duck-1-Hamilton-Camp/dp/B000FS9MUQ   (695 words)

  
 Disney Afternoon File Time (DAFT) Mailing List Archive - Darkwing Duck
From Duck Til Dawn A parody of the poster (or a variation thereof) for the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez movie From Dusk Till Dawn.
Darkwing, Darkwing A song to be sung to the tune of 'Glory, Glory' or 'Gory,Gory', whichever you're more familiar with.
Profile of a Darkwing Fan-Fic Writer (co written by CousnJowls@aol.com) The authors write: "This study delves into what thought processes are involved when a couple Darkwing fans actually sit down to write a story.
www.lambdapsiphi.com /daft/daft/darkwing.htm   (3568 words)

  
 NES Player - Darkwing Duck NES Review
Darkwing Duck himself was based primarily around the Shadow.
While the basic elements are there, DW can also duck, grab onto the bottoms of ledges, and use his cape as a shield, all things the blue bomber could never do, some of which he should have done.
Darkwing had many villains in the show, and only six were used (one ditched for an original villain).
www.nesplayer.com /reviews/darkwingduckr.htm   (1116 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck
The first, given in "The Secret Origins Of Darkwing Duck", is probably untrue, as it is told (apparently) by his ghost to two kids in the future - in this version he is the last survivor of a doomed planet, sent to Earth in a rocket ship by his father just before the planet exploded.
Whatever the truth, Darkwing Duck was a small time hero in St.Canard for several years, before a chance encounter while he was trailing Taurus Bulba, agent of FOWL, gained him a sidekick, Launchpad McQuack.
Among Darkwing's enemies are Negaduck, his evil counterpart from another dimension, and Reginald Bushroot, a duck / plant hybrid.
www.internationalhero.co.uk /d/darkwing.htm   (1131 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Darkwing Duck - Volume 1 at Epinions.com
Darkwing Duck is a Disney cartoon from the 90's.
Darkwing looses his sight and must rely on the help of others to fight crime.
And the evil Quackerjack tries to convince Darkwing that he was born to serve tea, not be a crime fighter.
www.epinions.com /content_279579168388   (556 words)

  
 "DARKWING DUCK: VOLUME 1 & TALESPIN: VOLUME 1" DVD Review by Kevin Carr - 7M Pictures
The two that are getting their inaugural DVD run include “Darkwing Duck” and “TaleSpin.” The shows of this era get special note because in addition to having a child fan base, they also were watched to a large degree by college students.
But while “Darkwing Duck” had a stronger college fan base, but “TaleSpin” seems to be a stronger show in the long run.
It’s a two-parter for “Darkwing Duck” and a four-parter for “TaleSpin.” In both cases, the characters are set up (although the “Darkwing” mythology changes things around periodically), and they also include more than twenty regular-season episodes.
www.7mpictures.com /inside/reviews/darkwingducktalespin1dvd_review.htm   (757 words)

  
 Retroland | Darkwing Duck
Darkwing Duck, a spin-off from Disney's hugely successful DuckTales, took the noble premise of cartoon superheroes like Batman and Superman, then turned it on its head.
A rather ill-fated (and all around hapless) superhero, Darkwing was helped in his efforts by his adopted daughter Gosalyn, her friend Honker Muddlefoot, and personal pilot Launchpad McQuack.
While Darkwing and Launchpad believed themselves to be the saviors of duckkind, they couldn't have done it alone.
www.retroland.com /pop_view.php?eid=516&cid=5&decade=1990   (371 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Darkwing Duck at Epinions.com
Darkwing Duck or D.W. as he is known to his good friends is the superhero persona of old run of the mill Drake Mallard.
Darkwing has a lot of special devises to help him with his mission to control evil.
She is a handfull to say the least and that is the biggest reason why I feel a child of 6 or over is really best suited to watch this cartoon and not younger.
www.epinions.com /content_42498363012   (491 words)

  
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If Darkwing is lucky enough to track down the lair of an arch-villain, he must try to blast him with his gas gun.
Darkwing Doll (A Darkwing Duck figurine) Pick up this item and Darkwing will earn another chance to complete the adventure.
Darkwing's cape shield can be used to block many of the items thrown at him.
www.atarihq.com /tsr/manuals/darkwing.txt   (1769 words)

  
 Darkwing Duck DVD : TV Shows and Series on DVD | TVAddicts.Tv
Darkwing Duck was aired on September 7, 1991 until September 11, 1993 on ABC.
The series was a sequel to Duck Tales and was inspired by two episodes, entitled The Masked Mallard and Double-O-Duck.
The Darkwing Duck DVD is a collection of 8 DVDs in a 2 box set as shown above, all 100% in chronological order from the pilot to the finale.
www.tvaddicts.tv /movie/cartoon/Darkwing_Duck.html   (201 words)

  
 Quickpicks - Admissions
Duck Preview is a fall open house designed to give high school seniors and transfer students a head start on their college search process.
Duck Preview will give you an opportunity find out if the University of Oregon is right for you through exploring campus, speaking with faculty and staff, and interacting with current students.
Duck Days is a half day campus visit program for prospective students and their families.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~ambass/admissions.htm   (767 words)

  
 DVD Talk Review: Darkwing Duck, Volume 1
Darkwing's cast of villains is inspired by staple characters that true comic fans have known and loved for decades.
In the first 27 episodes of Darkwing Duck you'll encounter all types of foes though there are a few that standout, especially for someone like myself who loves comic books.
Darkwing and Launchpad take on walking trees and man eating plants as they try to rescue the girl and save the day.
www.dvdtalk.com /reviews/read.php?ID=23629   (1481 words)

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