I’m really sad that Ducktales will be ending in 2021. It was a great show! One of my favorites ever (Next to Pokémon of course). It was show not just for kids, but for the whole family to enjoy. It was even the first show in the Mickey Mouse franchise to animate Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s mother Della Duck, who up until now has only appeared once in the Donald Duck Comics. I really like Della’s character, and I really hope she’ll appear in other future Mickey Mouse Media. Same goes with Webby! But let’s really hope that this will one of those shows that goes out with a bang. Not one of those shows that ends with a cliffhanger!
Regardless of what the finale will be like! Let’s not say “Goodbye to Ducktales”, let’s say “Thank You Ducktales!” After all, it’s reminding us of the importance of family especially during these difficult times.
I keep seeing people talk about how it wasn’t that journalist’s place to reveal the Ducktales cancelation, and how he sent the fandom into a panic and forced the Ducktales crew into revealing its end before they were ready etc. etc. and like I get where they’re coming from…
Disney has a history of just not telling us.
Will Milo Murphy’s Law ever get another season? Very unlikely. Has it been officially canceled? Nope
Msm 2017 just had a very conclusive season finally, but is it over over? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Maybe they would have told us, but it’s just as likely that they wouldn’t have. And as upset as I am over Ducktales ending, I’d much rather know it’s the end than be stuck in a state of limbo, not knowing that I’ll ever get another season but unable to give up the hope that I’ll get to see the character’s I love so much one more time. Which is exactly where Disney wants you to be. Cause it keeps us hovering around them in the hopes that we’ll get more, instead of moving on to another thing after a clean break.
Yes, I’m devastated. We all are. But good things always have to come to an end. Writers like Matt and Frank know when they’ve peaked, and they’ve done more than that as of late. They know that they can do no better, and that’s valid. It’s a kind act to us as fans to end the show before it gets “old” and/or “bad”.
Imagine a show such as Gravity Falls continuing for multiple seasons after S2? Can you do it? No. Nor can I. Alex Hirsch knew that he could do no better after season 2, and he chose to stop for the sake of the show and it’s fans.
This is what Matt and Frank are doing, and I applaud them. If there were a fourth season, I guarantee there’d be “fans” complaining after each and every episode.
*insert character here* wasn’t in this episode!!!
WHERE IS DONALD?!
*insert character here* had no character development in this series!
WHERE IS DONALD?!
Bring back the good writers!
The art’s gone downhill.
WHERE IS DONALD?!
You catch my drift?
I wouldn’t want anything like this to happen to one of my favourite fandoms, but I feel like we’re on the verge of it happening if it were to continue.
Like I said, we’re all sad at this time; that’s valid. However, don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened! The fandom will continue as long as there are fans that believe in it! Cosplayers, fan artists, fanfic writers, voice actors, impressionists, Etsy/RedBubble businesses. They will live on!
This is, by far, the best reboot of a show I have ever seen! Intricate plot lines, comic-style art, incredible voice actors, relatable characters, hilarious and heart wrenching moments, and Mr Donald Duck.
Webby was a lot of fun throughout the episode! It was cute and funny to see her harboring the same vendetta against Santa as Scrooge; like uncle, like niece. It was also adorable to see her become fond Santa the more time she spends with him. And the part with her giving Violet and Lena good night kisses was absolutely adorable! I couldn’t help but geek out about it! >v<