DuckTales. Darkwing Duck. Rescue Rangers. Gargoyles. TaleSpin. These are just some of the shows that so many of us watched growing up. And now, those shows and more are coming together for one massive art show.
At San Diego Comic-Con, the brand new DuckTales character of Mark Beaks was described as the “only thing” that Flintheart Glomgold and Scrooge McDuck hated more than each other. And in this clip of his introduction, it’s easy to see why.
Halloween’s about two things: being scared, and being cute as heck while being scared. Okay, well, maybe that’s not quite right, but it’s what I always strive for. And these seasonal short animations definitely agree with me.
This week saw the launch of IDW and Disney’s brand new DuckTales comic, based on the newly-returned—and utterly fantastic—animated series. It’s a great way to squeeze a little extra Duckburg goodness into your week between episodes. But so far, it’s missing some of the elements that’s made the new show so great.
This weekend, after leaving us aching for more with the wonderful TV movie, DuckTales is back—and its bringing its most beloved antagonists back with it in the form of the Beagle family. Now we’ve finally got to hear them and in action, and it’s no surprise with this show that they got some amazing actors to play them.
For their newest DuckTales promo, Disney has tapped into the tragicomic heart of the internet. Beware: The woo-oo looks also into you.
You are going to want to blow up this map of Duckburg, I promise you. There are a lot of fun things hidden here, not just Launchpad McQuack’s plane crashed into the mountain that Scrooge’s McDuck Manor is on.
The rebooted DuckTales has a clear reverence for the original, and there are things for fans to notice and geek out over in much of the footage we’ve already seen. And yet, there are still some Easter eggs out there waiting to be found.
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Ever wondered how the DuckTales theme was written? From what succulent word tree all those wonderful woo-hoos were plucked? Turns out the entire process didn’t take very long at all.
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Disney XD’s revitalized and rebooted DuckTales is a testament to the staying power of Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie. It’s also a grand showing of how far animation in general has come since 1987.
Between David Tennant, Community’s Danny Pudi, the hope of new footage, and the immense amount of nostalgia has for the beloved Disney cartoon, the DuckTales panel at San Diego Comic-Con was packed. And boy, did Disney XD make it worth their while.
At San Diego Comic-Con, Disney XD premiered a new clip from the premiere of the new iteration of DuckTales. And you will fall in love with this family, but man do they have some issues
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The instant DuckTales premiered in 1987, its theme song lodged itself permanently in the minds of everyone who heard it. So, with a new version of the show premiering this year, the worry was that Disney would mess with perfection. Thankfully, the tune has been left almost entirely intact.
Hey, did you know that Donald Duck turns 83 tomorrow? Well, the character first appeared on June 9, 1934. And combining that date with the upcoming reboot of the DuckTales cartoon, Disney’s going to be premiering six shorts tomorrow. One of them—an appropriately birthday-themed one—is already here.
Well, it can’t just be Scrooge and the family palling around, can it? Disney has revealed a veritable duck-blur of supporting characters that will be part of the DuckTales reboot, and it’s a mix of familiar faces from the classic show and new characters—and the series’ voice casting continues to be amazing.