It’s Season Three, Episode Four, and today we have DuckTales animator Kirk Tingblade, as well as Long Beach Comic Con in review, as well as a special surprise announcement.
As we recently reported, the Disney animated show The Weekenders just became the first Disney tv cartoon to get a full release on DVD, via the Disney Movie Club. What many fans are now wondering is, “where does this leave all the other Disney tv animated shows not yet on DVD?”
[UPDATE]We can now confirm that indeed The Weekenders are coming to DVD via the Disney Movie Club. Volume One will include the first 20 episodes while Volume Two will cover the final 19 episodes, making The Weekenders the first Disney TV Animation show to be fully released onto DVD. Each volume are showing a $19.99 price and are available for pre-order on the Disney Movie Club website. Cover art is shown below as well as the product summary from both volumes as listed from the Disney Movie Club.
DAF Radio Corespondent Mikey takes a look back at the classic DuckTales episode, “Duck to the Future” in honor of the show’s 25th Anniversary.
This Month marks the 25th the anniversary of Ducktales. I don’t think Disney or anyone else could have predicted its huge success. With a Theatrical Movie, a spinoff and especially that catchy theme song, it became a much bigger hit then anyone could have predicted. I was born 25 years ago, so when I hear Ducktales was turning 25, I begin to feel very old.
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.