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With Darkwing Duck trapped in the maximum security prison with all the super-villains he put away, Negaduck sits back and sends the villains after our hero one by one. Surviving battles with Liquidator, Muckduck, Ammonia Pine, the Beagle Boys, and Camille Chameleon, our hero is finally taken down by Suff-rage and the guards at her command.

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darkwing-duck-2016-1-coverWith the far-too-short BOOM! Studios run of Darkwing Duck cut short by the comics rights of the character heading to Disney the terror that flaps in the night has been in limbo… until now. Relaunching the title through Joe Books, Disney gives the character new life on the printed page with Darkwing Duck #1.

With James Silvani returning to do the artistic duties, ssue #1 begins with Darkwing Duck‘s capture of Megavolt. However, that victory is short-lived with the return of Negaduck who takes advantage of Megavolt’s addition to St. Canard’s new state-of-the-art prison (an unveiling which includes a school trip by Gosayln and her friends) to trap our intrepid hero in a building full of criminals he put away.

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Brought to you by Jim Cummings (the voice of Darkwing Duck) and the good people at Funny or Die. Sigh, I wish this was a real thing.

Darkwing Duck: The Movie Kickstarter Project

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Amy Mebberson is a comic artist from Australia who currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Among other things, Amy is responsible for several of my favorite Darkwing Duck covers and some pretty cute pinups and commissions. You can find more of her work on her Tumblr page, blog, and in her deviantART gallery.

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Boy howdy, folks! It’s the last episode of 2011, and once again our pal Bobby Beirley joins ‘monkey & the Cap’n (oh god, we sound like a porny morning drive-time show) to run through our favorite comics of the week, argue about Dark Knight Rises, and a little thing we like to call: The best damn comics of the year. And oh, yeah…we say some pretty awful stuff (again).

So get your listen on already! Stick around here or pull it on down via iTunes.

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2011 turned out to be a pretty good year for comics. This list takes a look at the best ongoing titles of the year (that means no mini-series or series released only as a graphic novel). To make the list each title had have at least four issues before the close of 2011. DC Comics leads my list with five titles (however, only one is still in print), Marvel comes in second with two of the best titles of the year, and then we throw in a rabbit ronin, a crime-fighting mallard, and a foursome of fearsome turtle power.

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Weekend Reviews

by Cap'n Carrot on November 14, 2011 · 0 comments

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the reviews of new episodes of The Big Bang Theory, Burn Notice, and Bones, the latest issue of New Avengers, and the final issues of DuckTales and Darkwing Duck.

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Episode 20: Mano-a-Mano

by alphamonkey on November 11, 2011 · 0 comments

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We’re back! The Cap’n and I sit down to chew over the nearly Final Fantasy-like quality of January Jones’ acting, Marvel going full-monty digital, and..um… Uh, hold on. The EPA? Wait, no…give me a minute. Um…. Oh yeah, our picks and pans from the last two weeks of comics! Bonus segment: reader mail!

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The series-ending “Dark Currency” crossover arc which began last week in DuckTales #5 continues here as Darkwing, Launchpad, Scrooge McDuck and the kids crash into Quackwerks (literally) and begin their search for Gizmoduck.

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the reviews of new issues of Buffy the Vampire Slaver Season Nine and DuckTales and reviews for the latest episodes of Person of Interest, The Mentalist, The Big Bang Theory, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.

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