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Modern Disney cartoons + Snow
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Hey did you guys know this masterpiece of an episode is THREE years old today?
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Huey: I’m not a former gifted student. I am still gifted. Put me in a fourth grade class; I’ll annihilate them all like I did the first time.
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Ducktales 2017 my beloved
Honestly no show in recent memory has lingered so long in my mind as a "wow I really miss that show and they had so many more stories to tell we aren't done here" as Ducktales 2017 did and I miss it more every day
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Huey Duck from DuckTales! part.2
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I headcanon that Scrooge is trans (Well, I headcanon that a lot of the DT characters are trans, but that’s besides the point-) and, because the Richest Duck in the World lives there, the city of Duckburg is pretty much top of the line when it comes to gender-affirming surgeries and the like. Additionally, McDuck Industries is one of the world’s leading brands in providing -surprisingly affordable- gender-affirming healthcare.
All of that attracts a fair amount of trans people to the city, and that attracts other queer people, and basically what I’m saying is that Duckburg is the gayest city in America, and it’s all thanks to Scrooge McDuck
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“See that rock? My father, General Merdian, was terrified of it. Claimed to have seen mysterious objects launched off it.”
I present to you my own design and rendition of General Meridian, father of one General Lunaris.
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Disney cartoon girls + Goth
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Drawcember day 1
I got the idea for Gandra's "I make science puns but only periodically" mug from a fic I read on AO3, I will credit the writer appropriately as soon as I find the fic again.
She may tease him for how dorky it is but, I can see Gandra "stealing" Fenton's mug. Then, one day while passing by a novelty shop, she sees the "Um-the element of confusion" mug Fenton is holding and, in a moment of uncharacteristic cheesiness, buys it for him.
A coloured pencil drawing of Fenton and Gandra from Ducktales 2017. Gandra is an adult, anthropomorphic cartoon hen with light brown feathers and brown hair and is standing on the left. She is wearing a black jacket and blue earmuffs. Fenton is an adult anthropomorphic duck with light brown feathers. He is wearing a lavender coat and a yellow scarf. They are facing each other. Both are holding mugs with science puns.
All is the same, except it's a close-up of their faces.
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Happy 70th birthday, Beagle Boys!
Although belatedly, I certainly can’t omit this significant jubilee for the main villains in the Duckverse, and in the classic Disney universe in general. 70 years ago, the genius Carl Barks wrote and published a comic called "Terror of the Beagle Boys" and it was published in November (exact date I don't know, sorry about that) in 1951 and the Beagle Boys appear for the first time. they steal from Money Bin, that is, they like to steal Scrooge’s money. They certainly appear frequently in comics, but they have appeared in cartoons (especially in Ducktales), video games, and other franchises. In addition to being rivals of Scrooge and Donald, they are rivals to both the Duck family and rivals Mickey and Goofy and other protagonists in the classic Disney universe. They mostly appear with the mark of prisoners "176-167, 176-671, and 176-761". Although they look the same, in later comics and in both versions Ducktales are quite different from each other. In addition to them, there is their mother Ma Beagle, their grandfather Blackheart Beagle, their sisters or cousins Beagle Babes and their nieces and nephews. Pictures of the Beagle Boys with their family and rivals from start to finish will now be on display, mostly just the most significant ones, as there are too many.
If you are a fan of the Beagle Boys or their entire family, feel free to like this and reblog this. Happy 70th birthday, Beagle Boys! And that they as villains definitely deserve more attention.
Feel free to say who is one of your favorites from the Beagle Boys as well as members of their family and say who you think is your favorite version. Also, here's the real music for them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSnHzwm4Ijg
Happy birthday, once again, Beagle Boys!
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The Duckburg Law of Chaos - The closer in orbit you are to members of the McDuck family, the more likely you will get involved in shenanigans. No matter how ridiculous it sounds, it can happen.
Yes. 100% yes.
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Hice este dibujo de Donald para ponerlo de perfil ahora que empezó diciembre jdjdk
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The Triplets being Adorable!
Pt 13 holy shit
This whole interaction was so cute ❤️💙💚
Ignore the fact Dewey dies in a couple of seconds
Them watching Dewey before realizing he’s been eaten
Louie trying to save Huey
Listen li- JUst listen okay? Louie was tricking Dewey into doing his laundry but! Louie has shown to be supportive of his brothers’ dreams (He encouraged Huey to be tall) and I think it’s cute Dewey cried when hearing that Louie supports him :)
Long story short, I think the things Louie said were true but he used it to get Dewey to do his laundry
He looks like he didn’t mean to do anything
I have a lot of feelings about Louie and this motherfucking Bigfoot. Despite the fact that this piece of shit is breaking all his stuff and his brothers have voiced that they like “Tenderfeet” more than him, he continues to help his brothers with “Tenderfeet”. You could say it was because he was being blackmailed but in the screenshot of him going down the stairs, no one is around to see. He could’ve stopped looking the second he was out of sight
Am I looking too deep into this? Did Louie just have to look for “Tenderfeet” to progress the plot? Probably. But I feel like there are a lot of moments in the background where characters, especially Louie, and subtle sweethearts.
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that’s how it be for me
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I have the highest respect for actors that have gotten over, or perhaps never gotten into, the pretentious mentality that certain roles are beneath them, and just go all in on shit they think will be fun
Like David Tennant is a highly skilled Shakespearean actor, who has every right to look down on Ducktales, but instead he said "I'm gonna play the fuck outta scrooge mcduck, and it's gonna be a good fucking time"
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