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Song: Whistle While You Work. Morgana is using sleep sand to rob the citizens of St. Canard while they sleepwalk. When Darkwing steps in to set things right, he ends up in dreamland.
Nodoff, controller of dreamland and supplier of Morgana's sleep sand wants the entire city to snooze, and will see to it that no one gets in his way.
When Quackerjack learns that parents won't buy his dangerous toys, he decides to create a toy utopia for children, with him as the ruler.
Gosalyn gets into trouble at school, causing the principal to suggest Drake take a better look at his parenting. Drake gives up Darkwing to become the perfect parent just as Quackerjack executes his insane plot.
Gizmoduck comes to St. Canard in order to help stop Megavolt's latest scheme; stealing horseshoes and cable to build a giant electromagnet.
Darkwing is hardly receptive and wallows in self-pity as the super-suited superhero Gizmoduck takes the spotlight. While pursuing the Fearsome Five and therefore escaping the Muddlefoots and their boring "Pelican's Island" birthday party for Honker Darkwing is thrown into a giant cake — which serves as the universal portal between his world and the Negaverse.
In the Negaverse, everything is the extreme opposite of his world and Negaduck is supreme ruler, so Darkwing decides to use his new friends The "Friendly Four" to change things a bit, which Negaduck does not like.
Bud Flood, the crooked owner of a bottled water company, has been sabotaging his competitors' drinking water in order to promote his own.
Darkwing moves to stop him, but Flood falls into a vat of contaminated water, only to survive and become a hydrokinetic mutant known as "The Liquidator".
Now, Liquidator proceeds to turn all of St. Canard's water hard and DW must stop him. Launchpad gains psychic powers, but has trouble controlling them.
Negaduck, disguised, frames Darkwing for a series of crimes. Thanks to S. Gander Hooter knowing that Darkwing is innocent as Darkwing was with him when the crime spree began , he arranges for the hero to use an experimental S.
When Comet Guy returns, he tells Darkwing he needs him back on his planet. 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.
They want Darkwing to be their 'damsel in distress,' so that they'll have someone to rescue. But Darkwing gets fed up, so he tries to turn Comet Guy into a villain.
Title Reference: Planet of the Apes. A crowd of pushy holiday shoppers rub Bushroot the wrong way. He decides to ruin Christmas by taking control of all of St.
Canard's Christmas trees. Megavolt's latest device accidentally transports him and Darkwing into a universe of "hideous beakless mutants" i.
Title Reference: Switching Channels. Title Reference: Dances with Wolves. In a parody of the TV series Twin Peaks , Honker's parents go missing and all clues point to the mysterious town of Twin Beaks where a mutated alien race of cabbages have begun their conquest of Earth from this unseemly town.
Darkwing's refusal of Morgana's suggestion of help, makes her very angry, which Negaduck sees as an opportunity. A news program reveals Darkwing Duck's identity as Launchpad.
Tuskernini decides to use the revelation to his own advantage, but fails when the real Darkwing Duck gets in the way.
A nefarious criminal from the past returns, to profit by auctioning off a complete list of all of S. Gander teams up Darkwing with the legendary Derek Blunt to intercept the documents before they fall into the wrong hands.
Title Reference: In Like Flint Note: Magica De Spell , the Beagle Boys , and Flintheart Glomgold from DuckTales make non-speaking cameo appearances.
To prevent the invention of the yo-yo , Quackerjack travels back to the medieval land of Canardia. Darkwing and Launchpad follow Quackerjack and find Herb and Binkie as King and Queen of Canardia.
Posing as the king's advisor, the demented toymaker convicts Darkwing as a warlock. Title Reference: " Rock of Ages ".
During a battle between Darkwing, Megavolt and Quackerjack, Gosalyn ends up aboard the villains' Time Top, just before it starts up and takes them to the future.
There, Gosalyn finds out that Darkwing has become Darkwarrior Duck, who enforces the law with an iron fist. Darkwing is constantly getting stressed, so he goes to a stress-free clinic which is being run by Megavolt and QuackerJack , and they brainwash him.
Now he is too calm not even Gosalyn destroying the house can get him mad when Megavolt and QuackerJack start a fire that soon starts to spread throughout the whole city, Launchpad and Gosalyn have to try to get DW out of his repressed state.
Gander asks DW to train some of S. That does not go over well with Agent Gryzlikoff, who joins F. Steelbeak sets a trap for the newly titled "Darkwing Squad" while Gryzlikoff faces off against Darkwing.
When Binkie Muddlefoot gets hit on the head by a bowling ball, her inner "little hero" escapes and causes her to become the Canardian Guardian.
Her endless quest for safety endangers the life of Darkwing as he tries once again to capture Megavolt. Bushroot creates a formula, intending to create an intelligent plant friend, and Gosalyn ends up sampling it.
Now Darkwing has a limited amount of time to find a cure before Gosalyn, half-slime, half-duck, melts into a pile of goo. Darkwing's TV producer feels that Darkwing's TV show needs a new gimmick in the form of a spin-off character, which might really be Darkwing's replacement by Dr.
Reginald Bushroot! This scheme is actually a scam by the TV producer to steal money from the show with an over-inflated Expense account —since it is much cheaper to have a plant such as Bushroot as the main star than an actor such as Darkwing!
Herb and Binke Muddlefoot are actors who have act of out characther ruthless business tycoons due to a hidden clause in their acting contract that "The Studio is always Right".
The Muddlefoots and Bushroot get to ride in a limousine which Darkwing and Gosalyn have to sneak in the studio disguised as Donald Duck and Louie Duck!
Only appearance of the Darkwing Duck fan club who recognize Gosalyn but not Darkwing! Negaduck steals a diamond that can steal other people's powers.
After he steals the powers from Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator and Quackerjack, they have to use their weaknesses to stop Mega-Negaduck. It's Ammonia Pine's worst nightmare!
FOWL has teamed her with her polar opposite, her filth-loving sister, Ample Grime. It would be easy for Darkwing Duck to stop them.
But Gosalyn, not having enough allowance to buy a video game, has discovered that she can cash in whatever she recycles… including the Thunderquack's engine, the Ratcatcher, a few gas guns, etc.
While investigating pizza topping crimes, Darkwing falls for a beautiful, creepy villainess called Morgana MacCawber. In the United States, the entire series except for the episode " Hot Spells " was made available for purchase on digital through iTunes and Google Play on September 24 , in the SD format.
The entire series, including "Hot Spells", was released in Germany through Amazon Video in There was a Darkwing Duck video game released by Capcom on the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Game Boy.
Another game was also made for the TurboGrafx The first story arc from the Darkwing Duck comic book published by Boom!
Studios: The Duck Knight Returns. Disney Comics published a four-issue Darkwing Duck comic book mini-series in late , right around the time of the show's syndicated premiere.
This mini-series was an adaptation of a draft of the script for "Darkly Dawns the Duck". Like the TaleSpin comic before it, it was meant to spin off a regular comic series, but the Disney Comics implosion happening at the time prevented that plan.
However, Darkwing Duck stories were regularly printed in Disney Adventures magazine between the November and January issues.
Additionally, Darkwing Duck stories were also regularly featured in Marvel Comics ' short-lived Disney Afternoon comic book. On March 13 , , Boom!
Studios announced that they would be releasing a four-issue Darkwing Duck miniseries, titled " The Duck Knight Returns ", starting in June of that year.
The series was written by Aaron Sparrow uncredited , Ian Brill, and drawn by James Silvani , and was set some time after the end of the show.
After Disney's purchase of Marvel Comics however, the series ended at issue In October , artist James Silvani announced that the first sixteen issues of the comic would be revised and collected in an Omnibus-styled book titled Darkwing Duck: The Definitively Dangerous Edition , to be published by Joe Books.
It was also announced that the omnibus would lead in to a new monthly series written by Sparrow and drawn by Silvani.
The new series began in April , less than a month after the show's 25th anniversary, but was cancelled after only eight issues.
In July , it was announced that the Boom! The name "The Masked Mallard" became an epithet often used in the new show to refer to Darkwing himself.
Tad Stones was directed to come up with a series for The Disney Afternoon around the premise of Double-O-Duck , as an executive liked the title Double-O Duck as a spoof of James Bond and felt Launchpad McQuack would take the starring role.
It turned out that the title Double-O Duck could not be used as the Broccoli family owned the 'double-o' title. A new name was selected, "Darkwing Duck".
Thus, Stones designed a new character for the lead, Drake Mallard , while selecting McQuack as the sidekick.
Other elements of the show, such as Darkwing's habit of coining new catchphrases every time he announced himself, would be invented during production.
Where most prior Disney Afternoon series included at least some preexisting animated characters, Darkwing Duck featured a completely original cast.
Even the DuckTales characters it reused had no counterpart in early Disney shorts or the comics. The only exception was the episode "In Like Blunt", which featured cameo appearances by the Beagle Boys , Flintheart Glomgold and Magica De Spell.
Darkwing Duck first aired on The Disney Channel on March 31, , as a "sneak preview",   and then from April 6 into July 14 of that year as a regularly scheduled run on weekend mornings,    as it was advertised to be "The newest animated TV series exclusively to The Disney Channel".
In reality, this was a preview-run of the series before it aired on The Disney Afternoon. Seasons 1 and 2 were aired simultaneously in the autumn of Season 1 aired in syndication as part of The Disney Afternoon block of shows.
Seasons 2 and 3 aired on Saturday mornings on ABC. The final episode aired on December 12, All episodes remained in syndicated reruns on The Disney Afternoon until and then returned to the line-up from to The series was last seen in the U.
Certain episodes from the show's original run rarely re-aired while the show was on Toon Disney. These episodes appear to have been removed for content reasons.
The most prominent of the rarely seen episodes is " Hot Spells ", which was never re-aired after its initial broadcast on ABC because of its religiously sensitive subject matter.
Darkwing Duck was one of the first American animated TV series to be officially broadcast in syndication in the former Soviet Union. The show formerly aired on Disney XD in international territories such as the Netherlands and Germany.
Four VHS cassettes, each containing one or two episodes a total of 6 episodes of Darkwing Duck , were released under the title Darkwing Duck: His Favorite Adventures in the United States on March 23, , individually titled "Darkly Dawns the Duck", "Justice Ducks Unite!
However, most countries around the world only received releases of "Darkly Dawns the Duck" and "Justice Ducks Unite! Featured on the cards were Darkwing Duck, Launchpad, Gosalyn, Honker, Negaduck, Bushroot, Megavolt, and Taurus Bulba.
The videotapes also included a Darkwing Duck music video which played at the end of each tape. Additionally, on September 28, , the Darkwing Duck episode "It's a Wonderful Leaf" was released together with the Goof Troop episode "Have Yourself a Goofy Little Christmas" on one VHS cassette as a special release called Happy Holidays with Darkwing Duck and Goofy!
Seven VHS cassettes containing 12 episodes of the series were released in the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released a three-disc DVD box set entitled " Darkwing Duck - Volume 1" on August 29, It included 25 episodes, plus the two-part pilot "Darkly Dawns the Duck", as opposed to the uncut version's release on VHS.
The second volume, containing the next 27 episodes, was released on August 7, It is currently unknown if Disney has any intentions of releasing the remaining 37 episodes on DVD.
No official releases have been made outside of the United States and Canada. As of September , the majority of the series is available for purchase on the iTunes Store and Google TV ,  with the lone exception of the banned episode " Hot Spells ".
The entire series including the episode "Hot Spells" is currently available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video in Germany. The first season comprising the show's first two seasons is available in six volumes while the second season comprising the third season is available in one volume.
Darkwing Duck was named the 93rd Best Animated Series by IGN , calling it "one of the many reasons why after-school cartoons rule".
Disney Comics published a four-issue Darkwing Duck comic book mini-series in late , right around the time of the show's syndicated premiere. This mini-series was an adaptation of a draft of the script for "Darkly Dawns the Duck".
Like the TaleSpin comic before it, it was meant to spin off a regular comic series, but the Disney Comics implosion happening at the time prevented that plan.
However, Darkwing Duck stories were regularly printed in Disney Adventures magazine between the November and January issues.
Additionally, Darkwing Duck stories were also regularly featured in Marvel Comics ' short-lived Disney Afternoon comic book.
On March 13, , BOOM! Studios announced that they would be releasing a four-issue Darkwing Duck miniseries, titled "The Duck Knight Returns", starting in June of that year.
The series was written by Aaron Sparrow uncredited , Ian Brill and drawn by James Silvani, and was set one year after the end of the show.
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.
A 4-part crossover story with Disney's DuckTales , titled "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 October , was the end of the series due to BOOM! Studios prematurely losing the Disney Comics license. Engelbert von Nordhausen.
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It featured an eponymous superhero anthropomorphic duck with the alter ego of Drake Mallard. It was the first spinoff of DuckTales and the first Disney series to not feature any characters with comic book history prior.
Following the '90s, the franchise went into a slumber to be revived in the '10s with a comic book series by Boom!
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