writer 1 episode, Pat Corcoran writer 2 episodes, Carter Crocker written by 1 episode, Jeremy Cushner writer 1 episode, Peter Hastings written by 1 episode, Stephen Hibbert writer 1 episode, Charles M. Howell IV written by 1 episode, Rob Humphrey writer 7 episodes, Rob Humphrey written by 7 episodes, George Johnston writer 1 episode, Gary Klein writer 1 episode, Kayte Kuch writer 1 episode, Doug Langdale written by 10 episodes, Eric Lewald writer 1 episode, Julia Lewald written by 2 episodes, Jymn Magon written by 1 episode, Michael Maurer written by 4 episodes, Bill Motz written by 4 episodes, Joe Olson writer 1 episode, Jim Peterson writer 7 episodes, Jim Peterson written by 7 episodes, Steve Roberts written by 3 episodes, Dev Ross written by 13 episodes, Bob Roth written by 4 episodes, Sheryl Scarborough writer 1 episode, Bruce Reid Schaefer writer 3 episodes, Mirith Schilder writer 1 episode, Gary Sperling writer 5 episodes, Dean Stefan writer 3 episodes, Tad Stones writer 8 episodes, Tad Stones written by 8 episodes, Tad Stones story by 8 episodes, Tad Stones story 8 episodes, Jan Strnad written by 4 episodes, Jan Strnad story by 4 episodes, Jan Strnad writer 4 episodes, Stephen Sustarsic writer 1 episode, Ellen Svaco writer 4 episodes, Brian Swenlin written by 7 episodes, Colleen Taber writer 4 episodes, Bruce Talkington written by 2 episodes, Len Uhley written by 2 episodes, Matt Uitz written by 2 episodes, Marlowe Weisman writer 1 episode, Marion Wells writer 2 episodes, Series Cast Jim Cummings Tank Muddlefoot 13 episodes, Michael Bell Scott Bullock Stegmutt 4 episodes, Brian Cummings Neptunia 4 episodes, John Frost Additional Voices 3 episodes, Tress MacNeille Additional Voices 3 episodes, William Callaway Comet Guy 3 episodes, Victoria Carroll Taurus Bulba 3 episodes, Richard Karron Ammonia Pine 3 episodes, B.
Mouth 2 episodes, Sherry Lynn Radiowave 2 episodes, Ruth Buzzi Boy by Fountain 2 episodes, Jennifer Darling The Devil 2 episodes, Billie Hayes Talking Guitar 2 episodes, Rene Auberjonois Sensei 1 episode, Valri Bromfield Professor Bumprock 1 episode, Don Bovingloh 1 episode, Jack Burns Additional Voices 1 episode, David Doyle Judge 1 episode, Paul Eiding Additional voices 1 episode, Dorian Harewood Official Guy 1 episode, Cathy Cavadini Woman on Street 1 episode, Patti Deutsch Gerdie 1 episode, Whit Hertford 1 episode, David Lodge Tom Lockjaw 1 episode, Ron Palillo Ordinary Guy 1 episode, Roddy McDowall Sir Quackmire Mallard 1 episode, Jeff Doucette Fertilizer Factory Owner 1 episode, Laurie Faso Warden Waddlesworth 1 episode, Tony Jay Grim Reaper 1 episode, Jean Kasem 1 episode, Michael Laskin 1 episode, Sarah Partridge Darkwing Deer 1 episode, Elizabeth Daily Lightwave 1 episode, Jerry Houser Hamilton 'Ham' String 1 episode, Tom Holiday Jockey 1 episode, Phyllis Katz Relaxed Lady 1 episode, David Prince Masked Mangler 1 episode, Zelda Rubinstein Saint Peter 1 episode, John Stephenson Major Synapse 1 episode, Pamela Adlon Heatwave 1 episode, Chick Vennera Johnny T Rex 1 episode, Diz White Fernchew 1 episode, R.
Williams 1 episode, Allyce Beasley Tia 1 episode, Townsend Coleman Patrick 1 episode, Mark Dodson 1 episode, Dave Fennoy Warden Waddlesworth 1 episode, Miriam Flynn 1 episode, Barry Gordon Fossil 1 episode, Michael Greer Museum Curator 1 episode, Jess Harnell Bleeb 1 episode, Jonathan Harris Phineas Sharp 1 episode, Phil Hartman Paddywhack 1 episode, Robert Ito Goose Lee 1 episode, Marilyn Lightstone Talking Hair Dryer 1 episode, Nancy Linari Shyster 1 episode, Chuck McCann One of Muggers 1 episode, Edie McClurg Additional Voices 1 episode, Pat Musick Female Kid 1 episode, Patrick Pinney The King 1 episode, Peter Renaday Derek Blunt 1 episode, Hank Saroyan 1 episode, Dani Staahl Splatter Phoenix 1 episode, Brenda Vaccaro Slim 1 episode, Corey Burton Rubber Chicken 1 episode, Andrea Martin Splatter Phoenix 1 episode, Diane Pershing Woman Next to Henry 1 episode, Stu Rosen Banana Boy 1 episode, April Winchell Bianca Beakley 1 episode, Tad Stones Hammerhead Hannigan uncredited 1 episode, Series Produced by Alan Zaslove assistant producer 34 episodes, Barbara Donatelli assistant producer 19 episodes, Russ Mooney producer 16 episodes, Toby Shelton assistant producer 13 episodes, Melinda Dilger assistant producer 12 episodes, Donna Smith assistant producer 11 episodes, Maia Mattise assistant producer 9 episodes, Peggy Becker assistant producer 4 episodes, Ken Kessel producer 4 episodes, Liza-Ann Warren assistant producer 4 episodes, Bob Hathcock producer 3 episodes, Hank Tucker producer 1 episode, Series Music by Philip Giffin post-production supervisor 85 episodes, Sara Duran post-production manager 67 episodes, Regina Brittle post-production supervisor 28 episodes, Cheryl Murphy post-production manager 21 episodes, Jeffrey Arthur post-production supervisor 13 episodes, Christopher Keith post-production supervisor 11 episodes, Choi Yong Kum production manager: Sunwoo Animation 10 episodes, Miguel Angel Poveda post-production supervisor 7 episodes, Jose Barreiros production manager: Kennedy Cartoons 6 episodes, Carole Laird production manager 4 episodes, Jean-Luc Florinda production manager: Walt Disney Animation France 1 episode, Barry Pearce production manager: Freelance Animators Ltd.
production manager: Walt Disney Television Animation Australia 1 episode, Michael Webster executive in charge of production uncredited 91 episodes, Catherine Winder production manager: overseas uncredited 67 episodes, Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Mickie Cassidy assistant director 1 episode, Janey Dunn assistant director 1 episode, Di Rudder assistant director 1 episode, Series Art Department Raymond Zibach background artist 60 episodes, Paulette King storyboard artist 17 episodes, Rich Chidlaw storyboard artist 10 episodes, Lonnie Lloyd storyboard artist 10 episodes, John Fox storyboard clean-up artist 9 episodes, Carin-Anne Greco storyboard artist 8 episodes, Curt Walstead art coordinator 8 episodes, Denise Koyama storyboard artist 7 episodes, Jan Green art coordinator 6 episodes, Robert Souza storyboard artist 5 episodes, John Norton storyboard artist 5 episodes, David Prince storyboard artist 5 episodes, Larry Scholl storyboard artist 4 episodes, Kuni Tomita storyboard artist 4 episodes, Larry Eikleberry storyboard artist 4 episodes, Holly Forsyth storyboard artist 4 episodes, George Goode storyboard artist 4 episodes, Jim Willoughby storyboard artist 4 episodes, Shawna Cha-Gallego storyboard clean-up artist 4 episodes, Mark Bierbaum storyboard clean-up artist 3 episodes, Ron Campbell storyboard artist 3 episodes, Rick Morrison storyboard artist 3 episodes, Yi-Chih Chen storyboard artist 3 episodes, Robert Shellhorn storyboard clean-up artist 3 episodes, Robert St.
key layout artist 3 episodes, Colin Baker storyboard artist 2 episodes, Dave Brain storyboard clean-up artist 2 episodes, Jeff Howard storyboard artist 2 episodes, Katherine Victor storyboard artist 1 episode, Thom Enriquez storyboard artist 1 episode, Michael Figueroa art coordinator 1 episode, Debra Jorgensborg color key stylist 1 episode, Jodey Kaminski art coordinator 1 episode, Robert Lamb storyboard artist 1 episode, Thomas A.
storyboard clean-up artist 1 episode, Swinton O. Scott III storyboard artist 1 episode, Vincenzo Trippetti storyboard clean-up artist 1 episode, Andre Von Morisse storyboard clean-up 1 episode, Fred Warter storyboard artist 1 episode, Dave Williams storyboard artist 1 episode, Dale Case storyboard artist 1 episode, Jesse Cosio storyboard clean-up artist 1 episode, Stark Howell storyboard clean-up artist 1 episode, John Kimball storyboard artist 1 episode, Series Sound Department Christopher Keith audio engineer: localiztion 78 episodes, Rick Hinson dialogue editor 49 episodes, James L.
re-recording mixer 24 episodes, Robert L. re-recording mixer 24 episodes, Allen L. re-recording mixer 24 episodes, Michael Gollom sound editor 19 episodes, William Griggs sound editor 19 episodes, Greg LaPlante sound editor 19 episodes, Tim Mertens dialogue editor 19 episodes, Mark R.
supervising sound editor 18 episodes, Timothy J. re-recording mixer 16 episodes, Brian F. sound editor 16 episodes, Christine Craig sound facility supervisor 3 episodes, John Bavin dialogue editor 2 episodes, Thomas Burke supervising sound editor 1 episode, Joe Carey sound editor 1 episode, Anthony Constantini re-recording mixer 1 episode, Gary Gelfand sound editor 1 episode, Doug Gray re-recording mixer 1 episode, Jim Hodson dialogue editor 1 episode, Craig M. sound editor 1 episode, Marc S.
dialogue editor: Advantage Audio 1 episode, Series Visual Effects by Thierry Chaffoin effects animation 1 episode, Series Camera and Electrical Department Chul-kyu Lim supervising timing director 90 episodes, Toby Shelton concept designer 57 episodes, Fred Warter key background stylist 41 episodes, Raymond Zibach key background stylist 38 episodes, Rick Leon character designer 32 episodes, Derek Carter key layout designer 30 episodes, John Kimball character designer 29 episodes, Vincent Bassols character designer 22 episodes, Paul A.
color key stylist 20 episodes, Marsh Lamore key background stylist 19 episodes, Jim Schlenker key layout designer 19 episodes, Brian Ray overseas animation supervisor 17 episodes, Hye Coh key background stylist 15 episodes, Bob Treat overseas animation supervisor 14 episodes, William Lorencz key background stylist 14 episodes, Mitch Rochon background artist: Japan 13 episodes, Tom Bird character designer 13 episodes, Dale Desrochers layout artist 13 episodes, Hiroshi Dobashi animator: Japan 13 episodes, Shoko Fukumoto animator: Japan 13 episodes, Saburo Hashimoto animator: Japan 13 episodes, Kiyotaka Kantake animator: Japan 13 episodes, Minoru Kibata animator: Japan 13 episodes, Tsuguyuki Kubo layout director: Japan 13 episodes, Koichi Maruyama animator: Japan 13 episodes, Kiyomi Miyakawa animator: Japan 13 episodes, Minoru Nishida background supervisor: Japan 13 episodes, Yusaku Sakamoto animator: Japan 13 episodes, Masaharu Tada animator: Japan 13 episodes, Heihachiro Tanaka animator: Japan 13 episodes, Mariko Tasaki background artist: Japan 13 episodes, Yoshihiro Tsuji animation director: Japan 13 episodes, Colette Van Mierlo key layout designer 13 episodes, Hisashi Wada animator: Japan 13 episodes, Shigeru Yamamoto animation director: Japan 13 episodes, Marta Glodkowska color key stylist 12 episodes, Robin Draper color key stylist 12 episodes, Terence Harrison background artist: Japan 12 episodes, Yolanda Rearick color key stylist 12 episodes, Takashi Saijo animation director: Japan 12 episodes, Britt Teegarden color key stylist 12 episodes, Robert St.
key layout designer 11 episodes, Tom Owens character designer 11 episodes, Cho Se Jin character designer 10 episodes, James Gallego key background stylist 10 episodes, Mark Mulgrew overseas animation supervisor 8 episodes, Helen McAdam inbetween artist 8 episodes, Chul Hee Han animator: Sunwoo Animation 7 episodes, Mircea Mantta animation director 7 episodes, Ritsuko Notani animation director: Japan 7 episodes, Yukio Okazaki animation director 7 episodes, Noboru Takano animator: Japan 7 episodes, Bob Zamboni animator: Kennedy Cartoons 6 episodes, Stephen Baker animator: Kennedy Cartoons 6 episodes, Derek Bond The series was written by Aaron Sparrow uncredite Ian Brill and drawn by James Silvani, and was set one year after the end of the show.
later announced that due to positive fan reaction, the comic series would be extended indefinitely as an ongoing title. Unlike the original show, the comic strengthened Darkwing Duck' s ties to the parent show DuckTales and began to use a number of Carl Barks characters like Magica De Spell allied to Negaduck in the second story and cameoing Scrooge McDuck and Gyro Gearloose.
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A 4-part crossover story with Disney's DuckTalestitled "Dangerous Currency", was released with parts 1 and 3 for DuckTales 5 and 6, and parts 2 and 4 for Darkwing Duck 17 and The comic also made a lot of homages to other Disney shows: Magica's powered up form in 7 has emblems that reference film villains like Hades and Jafar, someone holds a sign saying "Bring Back Bonkers " in the background of 6, and 3 shows Launchpad tried to get a job with Gadget Hackwrench of the Rescue Rangers from Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
The eighteenth issue, which shipped in Octoberwas the end of the series due to BOOM!
Studios prematurely losing the Disney Comics license. On January 20,it was reported that the series would be returning to the comic book format. returned to this comic. Additionally Andrew Dalhouse, Deron Bennett and Jesse Post assumed their roles on the creative team, with R. Janice Orlando, who worked on The Definitively Dangerous Edition, returning as Assistant Editor.
Darkwing Duck is now wearing a purple necktie instead of his usual turtleneck. The first issue debuted on April 27, Titled "Orange is the New Purple". The comic was cancelled after eight issues due to poor sales.
On July 25,it was announced that the Boom! Studios would be reprinted in Disney's Afternoon Giant.
The first issue will be released in October Throughout the run of BOOM! Studios ' Darkwing Duck comic series, there was controversy as to who was responsible for the series. Editor Aaron Sparrow is largely credited with the idea to relaunch the property and has claimed to have plotted the first arc and come up with many of the concepts for following story arcs.
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However, artist James Silvani has publicly credited Sparrow not only with the idea of bringing the series back, but assisting him in ghost-writing much of the series and changing a lot of the concepts Brill brought to the series following Sparrow's departure from BOOM! This seems to be further corroborated by the fact that Sparrow and Silvani have both stated they did not write any of the final arc of the series, "Dangerous Currency", which was largely panned by fans for having many glaring character inconsistencies, particularly in the case of the character Gizmoduck.
Darkwing Duck creator Tad Stones has also publicly credited Sparrow as bringing the character back in a BOOM Kids! Sparrow continues to make public appearances with Silvani and Stones, and Brill does not.
In a livestream interview Tad Stones admitted he was unhappy with later issues of the series, and particularly criticized the election arc, which he "tried to talk them out of". When questioned on whether he had read the entire comic series he stated: "Not the later stuff.
I applaud what James tried to do. I hear he saved them but I thought the central premises were wrong.
Sparrow served as moderator at the Comic-Con panel "25 Years of the Disney Afternoon: The Continuing Legacy", which featured Tad Stones, voice actors Jim Cummings and Rob Paulsen, TaleSpin creator Jymn Magon, and Darkwing Duck comic artist James Silvani, associations which would seem to further corroborate his version of events. InDisney European publisher Egmont Group released a compendium of several of the BOOM!
Studios Darkwing Duck stories, including "The Duck Knight Returns", "Crisis On Infinite Darkwings", and "F. Aaron Sparrow's story credits were not only restored, but he and Silvani created an all-new 3-page introduction, and Brill's dialogue was replaced with original dialogue by Sparrow.
On October 22,comic news website Bleeding Cool announced that the first 16 issues of Darkwing Duck would be packaged together and published in an omnibus by Joe Books.
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On his masala-magazin.com account, Silvani stated that the omnibus would be a remastered edition, featuring revised art, a new epilogue, and that the script had been "painstakingly rewritten" by Sparrow. It was also announced that the omnibus would lead into a new monthly series written by Sparrow and drawn by Silvani, with no involvement by Brill. The omnibus only collects the first 16 issues and the annual, omitting the final "Dangerous Currency" crossover with DuckTalesseeming to further call into question Brill's claims of sole authorship.
On January 18,Joe Books Twitter feed reported that Darkwing Duck would be returning to monthly comics beginning in April with Sparrow and Silvani at the helm.
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According to Silvani's Twitter account, "Dangerous Currency" has been declared non-canon by Disney, and will not be referenced within the new series. In the DuckTales reboot, Darkwing Duck plays a major recurring role.
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At first, it appeared as an old television show which Launchpad McQuack is a fan of. The show itself first appears in the episode "Beware the B. While watching the episode, Launchpad states that the actor portraying Darkwing is "an old school actor who did all his own stunts" named Jim Starling - a spoof of his voice actor, Jim Cummings; who reprises his role as the character alongside Michael Bell as Quackerjack.
Canard's name being stated in the premiere episode and the name of the evil organization F. appearing as Easter eggs.
Additionally, both F. and S. appeared in "From the Confidential Case Files of Agent 22! In "Friendship Hates Magic", Launchpad and Mrs. Beakley watch a Darkwing Duck episode based on an actual episode, "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain", featuring Paddywhack. Darkwing's first major role is in "The Duck Knight Returns", with Drake Mallard Chris Diamantopoulos replacing Jim Starling as Darkwing in a movie produced by Scrooge McDuck.
After an insane Starling's attempt to kill Mallard results in the set's explosion and the former's presumed death, the movie is canceled. However, Launchpad convinces Drake to become a real superhero, while Starling, having secretly survived the explosion, becomes Negaduck.
Drake later reappears in "Moonvasion!
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plots to eliminate Scrooge and his family following the trouble they essentially caused; with Steelbeak among their ranks. Darkwing features prominently in the two-part episode "Let's Get Dangerous! On April 2,a rumor surfaced that Disney would be rebooting the series for a premiere on Disney XD.
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OldSchoolDegrassi Feb 27, I think Darkwing is just a little bit embarassed that he's only wearing his mask and cape. RyougaLolakie Feb 26, *snort*. Darkwing, you naughty duck you! Cute drawing of him, and that blush is definately a nice touch. Hooray for sexiness! OldSchoolDegrassi Feb 26, Who knew Darkwing had a naughty side The Darkwing Duck comic book was first published in by Boom Studios under their children's label Boom! Kids, now known as KaBoom Comics. It lasted 18 issues and was cancelled in because Disney acquired ownership of Marvel Comics and as a result Boom lost its license to make comic books based on Disney properties Darkwing Duck is an American animated superhero comedy television series produced by Disney Television Animation (formerly Walt Disney Television Animation) that first ran from to on both the syndicated programming block The Disney Afternoon and Saturday mornings on ABC.A total of ninety-one episodes were aired. It features the adventures of Darkwing Duck, who is the superheroic No. of episodes: 91 (list of episodes)
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