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QuackerJack by Sibsy QuackerJack by Sibsy
Been watching Darkwing Duck on dvd since it's finally come out and enjoying every minute of it.
I never really liked QuackerJack watching it growing up, but I realise that he IS fun to draw. Maybe more of him one day, until now...this.

Sabrina
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HitorazeKaiju Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
i do believe that it's PLAY TIME!!!!!!
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warahi Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
what'd u use to color it?
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InsaneNudl Featured By Owner May 13, 2011
awesome! I love his expression XDD
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lol. when I visited my sister's house to stay for a month, I let her two kids (my niece and nephew 5 and 4 years old) watch my 2 Darkwing Duck DVD sets. after they watched over half of them I asked who their favorite villain was and they said QuackerJack. I wonder if we'll be seeing more of him in the near future?
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Sibsy Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Oh, that's so cool! Kids need to watch good cartoons these days and I'm glad at least SOME of the Disney afternoon is still available. You will be seeing QJ in comic form...that's for sure :)
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I agree. I wish they'd release the last of the volumes of some of the series like Tale Spin and Darkwing Duck. So many great episodes were left out of the sets. Like the one with Paddywack and the return episode of Taurus Bulba.

Thank goodness for the new comics.:boogie: I'm still totally psyched about Darkwing's Triumphant Return!:excited: And just in time for his 20th Anniversary too. :boogie:
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Sibsy Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2011  Professional Filmographer
I'm with ya - I really wonder why they stopped. Maybe it's because nobody wanted to spend that much money on them at the time. They've all come down in price since and have been selling I'm sure...but maybe it's a case of "too little too late"
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very true. When I got most of my sets they were around $20-$25. the only ones that I got for about $12 was the first two Duck Tales and vol 2. of Rescue Rangers. I've been trying to collect all the Disney afternoon sets but some volumes are harder to find then others. I can't even find Goof Troop. At least the episodes are on youtube. ^w^.
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Sibsy Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Yea, I waited on RR and got those two for cheaper - I passed up on Gummi Bears cause I never REALLY LOVED it. Maybe one day I'll pick it up...but it just seems pointless since it's not the whole thing anyhow. I think with Goof Troop, they put out those few dvds with a couple episodes on them to test the waters...thing is, no one is going to spend $15 for 3 episodes...so it probably "failed".

Disney needs to just do nice BluRay sets of each of the Disney Afternoon series...Gargoyles, Bonkers..all that shit. They're sitting on a gold mine..nostalgia sells!
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oh man, Gargoyles was AWSOME! :excited: Brooklyn was my Favorite! Yeah I saw one of those Goof Troop DVD's at a Cracker Barrel resteraunt and saw the $15 for like three episodes? that was a little much. I could see if it was a whole season but, sheesh. Blu-Ray would be awesome. Showing them in restored HD with surround sound. your totally right, Disney qould make some major profit by re-releasing these shows again. :headbang:
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