i am the terror that flaps in the night

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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The title may be winding down to its final issue but that’s not stopping the team of writer Ian Brill and artist James Silvani from delivering great stories month after month.

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What can I say? Darkwing Duck can even make politics fun! The battle for Mayor of St. Canard heats up as both Darkwing Duck and Launchpad McQuack stave off negative campaigning (who they blame each other for, although neither is responsible). As the comic nears its final issue this one is jampacked with cameos including Launchpad’s new campaign manager, Spike, and Darkwing and Launchpad putting aside their issues to battle The League of Barely Remembered Supervillains!

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As Darkwing Duck continues to search for answers to Morgana‘s disappearance by visiting every psychic and palm reader within the city limits a new villain takes St. Canard by storm. A former relief pitcher known for never throwing the same thing twice has gone, well, screwball.

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If you thought magic dinosaurs were going to be the coolest thing you read in comics this week you were wrong. The latest Darkwing Duck shoves so much awesome into one issue I’m surprised it doesn’t explode.

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What you usually want from an annual is an extra-sized adventure with something special enough to justify picking it up. BOOM!’s first annual for Darkwing Duck doesn’t disappoint.

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The conclusion of “The Crisis on Infinite Darkwings” is as crazy as it sounds as various versions of Darkwing Duck from every different parallel world (my favorite might be The Doctor Darkwing) band together to stop the “uber evil” of Paddyquack and the giant version of Negaduck from destroying St. Canard.

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