Ducktales Woo-oo! on DVD
Ducktales Woo-oo! is return of the beloved series from the late 1980s. With new voice actors, I wasn’t sure if my fanboy heart would understand. But I’m glad to say that I enjoyed the 44-minute episode when the review copy arrived.
Ducktales Woo-oo! Giveaway!
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From the Ducktales Woo-oo! Press Release:
The high-flying fun begins when Donald Duck reluctantly takes his mischief-making nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie to McDuck Manor, stately home of their rich, reclusive, great-uncle Scrooge McDuck. Enthralled by the exploits of their once-legendary great-uncle, the triplets and their fearless new friend Webby unwittingly unleash secret totems from Scrooge’s epic past, launching the entire family on a daring, deep-sea quest for the Lost City of Atlantis.
Voice Cast: David Tennant (“Doctor Who”) as Scrooge McDuck, Danny Pudi (“Community”) as Huey, Ben Schwartz (“Parks and Recreation”) as Dewey, Bobby Moynihan (“Saturday Night Live”) as Louie, Kate Micucci (“Garfunkel and Oates”) as Webby Vanderquack, Beck Bennett (“Saturday Night Live”) as Launchpad McQuack, Toks Olagundoye (“Castle”) as Mrs. Beakley and Tony Anselmo (“Mickey Mouse”) as Donald Duck.
The action of the show surprised me and it brought back warm feelings of the older series. I think most Ducktales fans will enjoy the show, especially if they give Tennant a chance. He’s missing the warmth of Alan Young, but Tennant’s Scrooge grows and changes through the episode. It’s a great reboot and I’m glad to see Disney pander to the fans, including the celebrity fans, with this one.
I enjoyed the art style of the animation. The backgrounds had a comic book page flatness to them, which allowed the traditional characters to have a new design that’s more modern.
If you didn’t get a chance to see it on Disney XD, then I think you should check this one out. Maybe your local public library has a copy you can borrow!
Are you going to pick up Ducktales Woo-oo!?
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7 thoughts on “Ducktales Woo-oo! on DVD”
Launchpad is my favorite character.
Scrooge McDuck has always been my favorite DuckTales character. I think that he is a great funny character. Thanks for the giveaway.
For a while, I really liked Gizmo Duck, but now I’d say I’m back to favoring Scrooge.
Scrooge McDuck has always been my favorite and although I was wary of the new Ducktales, after seeing the first couple of episodes, I think they captured the spirit of the original. 🙂
I love launchpad
Good take on the reboot. I’ve been enjoying the new series. I think Huey and his quick-witted, deadpan style steal the show most episodes, and has emerged as my fave!
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