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joedrawsstuff: Here’s the poster I made when proposing a…

joedrawsstuff:

Here’s the poster I made when proposing a Ducktales reboot back in 2013. Not the final style I was going for, but was a start. The big idea I wanted was to bring Donald back into the mix and make the story surrounding Scrooge based off of Don Rosa’s work. They wanted a different angle with the nephews as the leads. This is when we parted ways.

For those of you who are becoming as disenchanted with DuckTales 2017 as I am, here’s what’s really going on. Wouldn’t you rather see Joe Pitt’s show than the one we’re getting?

sarroora:In need of: Scenes of Scrooge and Webby Fighting…

sarroora:

In need of: Scenes of Scrooge and Webby Fighting Together

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Leave it to Gladstone Gander to help this series feel like…

Leave it to Gladstone Gander to help this series feel like DuckTales again! Everything felt and played right about “The House of the Lucky Gander!,” including how the ensemble behaved and interacted. As a fan, this is how I envisioned the series playing out when they first announced it: Scrooge, Donald, the Boys, Webby, and Launchpad as the constants with the other characters making regular appearances.

And Launchpad! Such a change from “Terror of the Terra-firmians!” I prefer this take on Launchpad to the one we’ve seen in previous episodes. He can be goofy and boneheaded, but he’s, above all, a brave adventurer who is the epitome of everything the DuckTales theme song promises.

I also applaud the writers for coming up with a genuinely unique and original Gladstone Gander story. Paul F. Tompkins was a treat as Gladstone. I’ve always enjoyed Rob Paulsen’s take in the two episodes Gladstone appeared in in the original series, and Tompkins was a worthy successor, capturing how Gladstone can be both charming and annoying and a bit of a jerk. That’s not an easy balance to portray. I look forward to seeing more of him!

Going forward, I hope “The House of the Lucky Gander!” represents more of what we’ll see than the episodes after “Woo-oo!” did. While those episodes were enjoyable, they just didn’t feel like DuckTales or the Duck comics. “The House of the Lucky Gander!” felt like both…

scroogeislife: morganknightos: scroogeislife: “Mr. McDuck”……

scroogeislife:

morganknightos:

scroogeislife:

“Mr. McDuck”… “Scrooge”…
Why can’t they call him “Uncle Scrooge” like in the good old days?

Maybe it’s a slow warm up to him? Webby is technically not his niece and Louie only just learned about his relationship to him. They don’t see him as family…yet

Yeah, I understand. It’s just me being impatient and wanting to see Scrooge being appreciated by the wee ones 😛

scroogeislife: If you don’t smile at this, you have no heart

scroogeislife:

If you don’t smile at this, you have no heart

seashelleartandstuff: just some cool ducks ^_^ 

seashelleartandstuff:

just some cool ducks ^_^ 

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sourgrapelaffytaffy: niceniCEnICENICENICESCROOGE MCDUCK LOVES HIS FAMILY PASS IT ON

sourgrapelaffytaffy:

nice

niCE

nICE

NICE

NICE

SCROOGE MCDUCK LOVES HIS FAMILY PASS IT ON

May I present five of the cutest dang caps from this entire…

May I present five of the cutest dang caps from this entire episode.