If you spent any time catching cartoons after school in the '90s, chances are you took in at least a portion of Disney's 2-hour block of syndicated animation known as the Disney Afternoon. As demonstrated by the resurgence of DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers and Darkwing Duck at Boom! Studios' K
In an aggressive move to re-engage kids with the medium of comic books -- once their entertainment of choice -- Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles has announced Kids Comics L.A., an event they're calling "an interactive day of comics, creativity, and family fun for all ages." Taking place on December 4 an
Fans were stoked when Boom! announced a reasonably-sized four-issue "Darkwing Duck" miniseries back in March, but today's news that Boom! is taking The Terror That Flaps In The Night monthly should have soon-to-be DW readers ready to party like it's 1991.
Written by Boom! editor Ian Brill with art by James Silvani (who's art we got an ex
Darkwing Duck may not officially be getting dangerous in his new, four-issue miniseries from Boom! Studios until June, but interior artist James Silvani and alternate cover artist Jake Myler (below) are keeping the Terror That Flaps in the Night plenty busy with new preview sketches and cover images aplenty from "Darkwing Duck: The Duck Knight Returns" #2.
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The terror that flaps in the night is back! The avian-themed superhero cartoon "Darkwing Duck" -- a personal favorite from the Disney Afternoon of yore -- is heading to comics not to the Disney-owned Marvel Comics, but rather to Boom! Studios, where it will be written by Boom! editor Ian Brill and illustrated by James Silvani in a four-issue miniseries this June.
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