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Darkwing Duck is an animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation that originally aired in weekday-afternoon syndication and on ABC's Saturday morning line-up from 1991 to 1992. The series focuses on the adventures of the eponymous Drake Mallard, who fights crime in the city of St. Canard as the titular superhero, who struggles to balance his egotistical desire for fame while trying to be a good father to his adopted daughter, Gosalyn. The show ended after 91 episodes, but Darkwing's adventures continued in comics published in Disney Adventures until 1996. The series was later revived in 2010 as a comic book by BOOM! Studios, which ran for 18 issues, and is set to be continued by Joe Books in 2016.
- In a 2-part story published in Disney Adventures, Mr. Wonderful (a F.O.W.L. agent who is a parody of Mr. Fantastic) reveals his superpower of having stretchy arms; Darkwing responds to this by mockingly calling him "the Rubber Duckie".
- At the beginning of issue #2 of the BOOM! comic, a Fozzie Bear doll can be seen as the Fearsome Four invades Quackwerks' toy warehouse.
- In issue #6, one of the numerous Darkwings from alternate universes is one who resembles Fozzie.
- The revised version of issue #16 (as seen in the Darkwing Duck: The Definitively Dangerous Edition book) includes a shot of newspaper with a headline saying "There Really Aren't That Many Songs about Rainbows, Study Finds."
- Dan Castellaneta voiced Megavolt.
- Christine Cavanaugh voiced Gosalyn.
- Tim Curry voiced Taurus Bulba.
- Katie Leigh voiced Honker.
- Danny Mann voiced J. Gander Hooter, and also Hotshot in the episode "Heavy Mental".
- Amy Mebberson provided coloring work for some of the covers to the BOOM! comic.
- Rob Paulsen voiced Steelbeak.
- James Silvani drew almost every story for the BOOM! comic.
- John Stephenson voiced Major Synapse in the episode "Heavy Mental".
- Frank Welker voiced Lilliput in the episode "Getting Antsy".