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Games added

The games page has returned, along with a new sub-section: Fan-made games. Check it out and get ready to flex your old-school gaming skills! In other news, Negaduck felt the site banner was a tad too plain for his taste so he decided to uh, "improve" it. Typical...

We’re back!

maltiniHello darlings, and welcome back to our shiny new site! I apologize for the long wait, and I admit the layout is not particularly exciting right now. I'll be tweaking and adding better graphics in due time. But for now, it's good to be back~

Darkwing returns!

maltiniIt's official: The Darkwing Duck comic book series is returning! For more information about this exciting news, I've added a new comic section, "Definitively Dangerous". Keep an eye on this page, because it will be updated with future news, previews, and more goodies related to the upcoming comic!

Sharonna McQuack asks:

Rather than wasting everyone's time with flattery and praise (because most of you know how awesome you are and others *cough-bushroot* should be figuring it out soon enough) I'll just get right to it.

Negaduck; What would you do without Darkwing?  I don't mean that in a distasteful NegaduckxDarkwing sort of fashion, but in an antithesis of polar opposites sort of way.  Don't you think life would become rather boring without someone intercepting you every now and again?

Bushroot;  What would you have done had you not become a mutant plant-duck?  I've always been curious as to whether you would have exacted revenge as a duck the same as you did as a plant-duck?  A man can only be pushed so far.

Megavolt; Why do you hate to be called Sparky so much?  It seems to be a trigger word that leads you off the train of thought.  Have you thought of desensitizing yourself to it?

Quackerjack; It's not a question, but I love your history and trivia dolls.  Even the little reapers are cute.  Perhaps, with the aid of the internet, you could pander to a wider demographic and return QuackerJack toys to the market.  Something to consider.

Thank you all for your time.


Negaduck: What would I do without Dripwing constantly jumping in with his lame speeches and stupid gadgetry? Let me count the ways. I would spend my days rolling in money. In fact, I'd probably jack Scrooge McDuck's money bin right out from under his wrinkly liver-spotted feet. Then maybe a little world domination here and there… perhaps take a vacation somewhere tropical. Yeah, I think I can do just ducky without that alliterating airhead. I'll savor the moment I finish him off for good. Bushroot: The only reason I became a mutant is because the funding was cut short on my project and in my desperation I turned to using myself as a lab rat. But I guess if the university had kept me around, I would've eventually found the answer to mammalian photosynthesis. Then Dr. Dendron might've finally noticed me, and maybe we even could've gone on a date. *sigh* A plant can still dream, can't he? But I digress, I don't think I would've exacted revenge on Dr. Larson and Dr. Gary had I remained the same. Having these unique abilities gave me the 'push' I needed, and at that point it wasn't like I had anything left to lose. It's somewhat ironic that in order to gain a spine I had to lose my old one! Megavolt: Isn't it obvious?! My name isn't Sparky, it's Megavolt! Who calls themselves that?! And that infernal Darkwing Duck is always taunting me with that insipid name! Oooh… when I get my hands on him, let me tell you. The only one sparking will be him after I've roasted his corpse twice over! Quackerjack: All this new-fangled technology really roasts my rumbledthumps! I prefer the good 'ol fashioned store front, and then I can watch everyone enjoy their toys in person! Besides I heard from some smart guy that the Internet's tubes get clogged a lot and then everything moves slow and boooring!

Anon asks:

Dear Fearsome Five. If you were to have a child/children, how would you raise him/her/them?

Negaduck: Simple. I wouldn't raise them. I've got better things to do with my time than hang around some useless brat. Bushroot: Plants and children are alike in that respect. They need food, water, and sunlight to grow, along with plenty of TLC! But er… I think I'm getting ahead of myself. Before I can have a little sproutling of my own, I need to find a wife. Though I suppose I COULD grow myself a kid… Liquidator: The Liquidator finds it highly unlikely he'll be able to spawn the CEOs of tomorrow when his major body organs are gone like a clearance sale! Hypothetically speaking though, I'd teach the little ones how to count from one dollar to a trillion! They'd be shipped off to the finest business schools to learn the essentials of running a multi-million dollar industry. And, of course, they'd be inheriting the Bud Flood corporation! Quackerjack: Ooh, what a splendid idea! If I had a kiddie of my own, he could test-drive all my newest toys! AND I wouldn't have to pay him! Megavolt: What do you mean 'if'?! I already have thousands of luminescent children! They're the light of my life! My little sparkly warklies get the best care from Papa Megavolt, no thanks to all you ungrateful monsters! Poor wittle bubblies, forced to work endlessly just so these ungrateful monsters can see in the dark. Haven't you ever heard of child labor laws?!

Carmesi asks:

To all villains:
My name is Carmesi, the new black market business villain for St. Canard. As you know, you're going to find my ''commercials'' weekly, in case you find my stuff interesting. From blueprints of all banks or museums buildings to the most dangerous weapons you desire to get. You may contact me with the extra note you'll find with this letter. (Each letter has a different direction.) Signed, Carmesi.
*Weapon of the moment* Are you the kind of villiains who is disgusted and hates this lovey-doodle-icky day called Valentine's Day?What would you think if love can be a weapon? Impossible? Not with our latest weapon: The Love Pistol.Each gun has with it 20 darts with a high strung love potion whom it made the victim falls madly in love with the very first one that one sees. Too cliche? Try to provoke a love triangle.This weapon is perfect to conquer a very rich person who will not think twice to give you all the money and valuable objects you desire to steal; perfect for the lonely bad guy and the gold digger. Ask for your Love Pistol before Valentines Day and you'll get for free a pack 10 of grenades to break hearts. (Specially thanks to Bushroot for the help for making the love potion. A lovely evil plan by ~Maxime-Loonatic on deviantART)

Re: Love NOtion
Negaduck: A LOVE potion?! Oh HECK NO. I've already had my fill of love potions and it ain't happening again! Bushbrain, you're gonna pay for putting this on the market! Bushroot: Eep! S…sorry boss! I didn't know you had previous experience with love potions! Er… do you wanna talk about it? Negaduck: Who are you, my psychiatrist?! All right doc, it's time for some anger management featuring you as the punching bag. Stand still, this is gonna hurt reeeeal bad. Bushroot: EYAAAAGH!