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It's time to "get dangerous" with everyone's favorite feather-brained crime fighter, Darkwing Duck. The self-proclaimed Terror That Flaps In The Night" is back to keep the streets of St. Canard safe from the weirdest, wackiest flock of criminals ever assembled. Along with daughter Gosalyn and dim but loyal sidekick Launchpad McQuack, Darkwing faces angry Christmas trees, ancient pirates and mutant cabbages from outer space in his zaniest adventures yet. With three discs packed with hilarious adventures, DARKWING DUCK: VOLUME 2 packs a gaggle of giggles and thrills that fit the bill.
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According to online episode listings, this set should contain the following episodes:
28. All's Fahrenheit in Love and War
29. Whiffle While You Work
30. Ghoul of My Dreams
32. Toys Czar Us
33. The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck
34. Up, Up, and Awry
35. Life, the Negaverse, and Everything
36. Dry Hard
37. Heavy Mental
38. Disguise the Limit
39. Planet of the Capes
40. Darkwing Doubloon
41. It's a Wonderful Leaf
42. Twitching Channels
43. Dances with Bigfoot
44. Twin Beaks
45. The Incredible Bulk
46. My Valentine Ghoul
47. Dead Duck
48. A Duck by Any Other Name
49. Let's Get Respectable
50. In Like Blunt
51. Quack of Ages
52. Time and Punishment
53. Stressed to Kill
54. The Darkwing Squad
The second volume continues to add to the total of episodes available on pristine releases - If the pilot episode is counted as two we're up to 54 now. (Out of a total of 91.) Those of you with furtive bootleg copies - you Darkwing diehards - can now purchase episodes of your favorite wacky cartoon legitimately.
Pre-ordering doesn't hurt - you're charged only when the set is shipped.
For more information on the confusion surrounding the releases - two different networks aired the show, Seasons One and Two overlapped, etc. -try the Wikipedia site under Darkwing Duck and Darkwing Duck episodes.
While we certainly aren't spoiled with any of the DVD packaging, menus, or extras - it's still great to have all the episodes at my fingertips.
And they'd BETTER release the rest of them!!! [Including the so-called "banned" episode, "Hot Spells."]
The Episodes in Volume Two are:
All's Fahrenheit in Love and War
Whiffle While You Work
Ghoul of My Dreams
Toys Czar Us
The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck
Up, Up, and Awry
Life, the Negaverse, and Everything
Disguise the Limit
Planet of the Capes
It's a Wonderful Leaf
Dances with Bigfoot
The Incredible Bulk
My Valentine Ghoul
A Duck by Any Other Name
Let's Get Respectable
In Like Blunt
Quack of Ages
Time and Punishment
Stressed to Kill
The Darkwing Squad
For those unfamiliar, this cartoon follows the misadventures of Darkwing Duck, crime fighter in the city of St. Canard. There he faces such villains as Quackerjack, a demented toy maker, Megavolt, an eltrocharged duck, Negaduck, a manifestation of his evil side, and the organization F.O.W.L. And he does it all with his trusty gas gun and the help of his sidekick Launchpad and his daughter Gosalyn.
The episodes in this set contain some real winners. We get the origin of Liquidator, easily my favorite villain from the series. Neighbors the Muddlefoots head to a strange town with mutant cabbages. We get two time travel adventures, one that takes us back to the middle ages and one that takes us to a future ruled by a militant Darkwing. DW even must face off again death himself after he crashes while not wearing his helmet.
This show is so incredibly fun, and these episodes are no different. They are filled with mystery and adventure, yet also combine plenty of laughs. I especially enjoy their pun filled episodes, but their spoofs are just as fun. I'll admit a couple were slightly creepy. And the shows are filled with all the cartoon violence you can handle.
As with the first set, the episodes are in original aired order, which means they are in random order. It's rather hard to follow any storyline as character relationships seem to change at will as a result. There are also no extras, but the picture and sound are great.
These shows are great whether you want a laugh or a thrill. If you missed this show when it was on TV, jump on the chance to own the discs now.
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