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Darkwing Duck
Boom Studios 05 - cover 5A
Writing Ian Brill
Editing Christopher Burns
Art James Silvani
Colors Andrew Dalhouse
Design Erika Terriquez
Letters Deron Bennett
Publication
Arc 02
Issue 05 / 06 / 07 / 08
Date October 20, 2010 / November 17, 2010 / December 15, 2010 / January 12, 2011
Page(s) 22 / 22 / 22 / 22
Index
The Duck Knight Returns Darkwing Duck Annual

"Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" is a comic book Story arc published in Darkwing Duck (Boom Studios) #s 5-8. Darkwing becomes a well respected hero. He has just reunited with Morgana Macawber. Meanwhile Negaduck and Magica De Spell team up to bring alternate versions of Darkwing to this universe and ruin Darkwing's reputation. Unfortunately Nega Duck doublecrosses Magica and Paddywhack appears and Darkwing manages to defeat him quickly. Darkwing manages to save St Canard with the help of Launchpad, Morgana, Gosalyn, and Honker.

Summary

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Cast

Gallery

Cover
Boom Studios 05 - cover 5A
Boom Studios 05 - cover 5B
Boom Studios 06 - cover 6A
Cover
Art
Colors
Issue #5 Cover A
Sabrina Alberghetti
Mike Cossin
Issue #5 Cover B
James Silvani
James Silvani
Issue #6 Cover A
James Silvani
Andrew Dalhouse
Cover
Boom Studios 06 - cover 6B
Boom Studios 07 - cover 7A
Boom Studios 07 - cover 7B
Cover
Art
Colors
Issue #6 Cover B
Diego Jourdan
Diego Jourdan
Issue #7 Cover A
James Silvani
Andrew Dalhouse
Issue #7 Cover B
Sabrina Alberghetti
Sabrina Alberghetti
Cover
Boom Studios 08 - cover 8A
Boom Studios 08 - cover 8B
Cover
Art
Colors
Issue #8 Cover A
James Silvani
Andrew Dalhouse
Issue #8 Cover B
Diego Jourdan
Jack Myler

Notes

References

Continuity

  • This is the second time Darkwing gets declared Public Enemy Number One. It previously occurred in "Let's Get Respectable" and that time too it was due to being framed by Negaduck.

Milestones

Errors

  • Morgana's eyes are colored blue instead of green in Part 1.

Changes

  • The Darkwing Duck: The Definitively Dangerous Edition version of "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" changes the story in the following ways:
    • Rather than referring to the Bugmaster and Blood Thinner as respectively old and new enemies, Darkwing refers to Jambalaya Jake and Muckduck. Muckduck replaced Blood Thinner in anticipation of his introduction in "Orange Is the New Purple", but why Jake replaced the Bugmaster is unknown.
    • Originally, Launchpad merely said Darkwing is now Public Enemy Number One to Five. The revised version mentions he beat out Dr. Slug, referring to the events of the Season 1 episode "The Quiverwing Quack".
    • Negaduck newly tells Magica to shut up and make him a sandwich, which was added as a shout-out to Malicia/Mistress-Negs, the owner of The Old Haunt forum.[4]
    • Under Boom! Studios, Negaduck explained that seeing Launchpad with laundry for both Drake Mallard and Darkwing Duck was the final hint he needed to realize they are the same person. Under Joe Books, the problem of Negaduck being another Darkwing Duck and that thus he should've already known Drake and Darkwing are the same is somewhat resolved by Negaduck explaining that he fully is Negaduck and doesn't live two lives like Darkwing does.
    • Rather than ranting about what he lost to engineer the dimensional transport system and what he'll never see again, Negaduck explains his motive for getting all alternative Darkwings involved: he hates not being unique.
    • As Aaron Sparrow has commented on the original draft for this arc: "In Ian's original draft, Magica takes her ball and goes home as soon as Paddywhack appears, and all of the alternate Darkwing's just vanish once she's gone. Darkwing easily defeats Negaduck because Negaduck is filled with fear and has no self-confidence since he was defeated by the Crimebots. (A remnant of that can be seen in a leftover piece of dialogue when Paddywhack grabs Negsy in issue #8.) Ultimately, Paddywhack is defeated by the Herobots.".[5] The line about Negaduck being filled with fear is changed to him being filled with anger.

Other

  • "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" was compiled into a trade paperback that was released in April 2011, three months after the fourth issue. In February of 2015, it was rewritten, partly redrawn, and republished by Joe Books as part of The Definitively Dangerous Edition.
  • Another "get multiple Darkwings to make the 'true' Darkwing look bad" scheme occurs in "The Darkest Night".

References

  1. Bad Ass & Darkwing Duck at CBSI
  2. Batman #1 Homages at I Love Comic Covers
  3. Detective Comics #31 Homages at I Love Comic Covers
  4. Mistress-Negs comments on Tumblr
  5. Aaron Sparrow on the original draft of "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings" on The Old Haunt

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