Disney Afternoon Forever is going to be petitioning the Disney Movie Club for new Disney Afternoon-era titles this Friday, November 30, 2012! But we need your help!
We just got word that Disney Movie Club Exclusive titles on DVD have surfaced on DisneyStore.com today. With this move, non-Movie Club members can now buy these titles without having to join the club. We will up-date later on our check list which titles are available later. Until then, feel free to check it out yourself right HERE.
DAF Radio Head Admin Jason Schlierman takes a look back at the classic DuckTales episode, “Sir Gyro de Gearloose” in honor of the show’s 25th Anniversary.
There are a number of DuckTales enthusiasts that will tell you despite there being 100 episodes to the show, only the first 65 are the ones that are any good. Most likely, this has a lot to do with the inclusion of Bubba the Caveduck and GizmoDuck in the latter episodes, but while it’s up to each individual fan to decide if they agree with this feeling, there is a lot to say about the slight difference in tone from the earlier episodes to the final ones.
DuckTales has long been one of my favorite cartoons of all time. Not just of “Disney” cartoons, but the entire animation cannon. One of the things that I’ve always liked about the show (just like the original Carl Barks comics that the show is based on) is how many different kinds of genres are explored in each new story. One of the many genres DuckTales explores is the comic book super hero genre, which is a favorite of mine. Now, while normally the super hero on the show was GizmoDuck (who of course later crossed over to the DuckTales spin-off, Darkwing Duck), in one episode, Scrooge McDuck himself was the super hero. That episode, “The Masked Mallard,” is the subject of this DAF Retro Review.
As Disney fans may or may not know, this coming September 18, 2012 marks the 25th Anniversary of the beloved Disney tv cartoon series, DuckTales. We here at DAF Radio are huge DuckTales fans, to the point that in large part, it was our desire to get the last 25 episodes of this show on DVD that caused us to create DAF Radio in the first place. It hold a very special place in our hearts, and we are excited to do our part in celebrating this momentous occasion.