Author: Rich in Ducks

I was going through part of The Vigilante of Pizen Bluff to show someone something when I noticed that last panel, and I dunno but suddenly my “Duck people molt”


(mentioned in this post) just got funnier.


Favorite Scenes- Darkwing and Bushroot working together


Beakly’s Short 

Launchpad & Webby ‘s Shorts


Each issue of DuckTales will feature two stories by the creative team. For the first issue, “The Great Experiment of the Washing Machine,” will send Donald and his nephews to “a top-secret lab, chock-full of crazy inventions to make life easier…” but might make it SHORTER instead! But all we have to go on for the second story is the title: “The Chilling Secret of the Lighthouse!”

This is the first DuckTales comic to be published in the U.S. since 2011, but IDW has continued to publish Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck comics that were originally produced for international fans of the characters. DuckTales #1 will be released on September 13th, 10 days before the weekly series premiere on Disney XD on September 23. But fans won’t have to wait that long to see the ducks in action. IDW is set to release a preview issue, DuckTales #0, in July. Disney XD will premiere the DuckTales TV movie on Saturday, August 12.


I keep finding these I’m gonna have to set aside a whole folder for canon references of Gladstone being a nerd about the supernatural


I was looking through Don Rosa’s story A Letter From Home for panels to use in a video I’m working on, and thought it was awesome that Scrooge would take a bullet for Matilda even though they were on bad terms. <3

And look at them hugging afterward <333


So I’ve fallen in love with another Duck artist’s style – Ettore Gula. This is a warm-up comic panel redraw I did of one of their drawings. 

They draw the Ducks slightly lankier, with longer legs and beaks than normal. The subtle body and facial expressions they give the characters are excellent. 




Hearing scrooge talk without his Scottish accent is pretty surreal.

He sounds like Hugh Laurie in Stuart Little when he tried to hide his British accent.

To counterpoint “Blue Collar Scrooge,” I would also like to submit one episode of Mister Ed.  So this was the other big thing Alan Young was known for, right?  Well the character of Wilbur Post was Scottish, though he’d long lost his accent before.  His father, however, still had it.

His father who was also played by Alan Young in a double role.

(This should go to about 6:26 but if not, that’s the timestamp to go to, just before Mr. Post shows up in this episode)

It’s very, VERY surreal to hear the Scrooge voice, long before it even was Scrooge, coming out of a very different character.  I mean, it’s cool >.>  I love the “out of the norm” stuff (and is one reason that “Blue Collar Scrooge” is one of my personal favorite later episodes).  But damn it’s weird.