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“Darkwing Duck: Volume 2
Reviewer:
Wayne Klein
Studio: Buena Vista Home Video
Genre: TV-Series
Release:
8/7/07
Special Features: Previews
Review:

"Darkwing Duck" played as part of a series of original cartoon TV series on the Disney Channel and in syndication in the 90's. This series drew its inspiration from Batman with Darkwing Duck fighting crime and an evil organization called F.O.W.L. as well as other high profile villains. The first season of the series came out over a year ago and the second season, like the first, is a no frills set for fans of the cult series. Featuring 27 episodes, the second season as with the first has all the hallmarks of common to the Disney TV show produced under Michael Eisner's tenure-limited animation that looks better than most TV shows and colorful but derivative plots that kids will enjoy.

Image & Sound:

As with the first season set the transfers won't thrill fans. Image quality is occasionally fuzzy looking and the bright bold colors one would expect from a recent series are largely absent. The colors have faded quite a bit. Audio sounds decent and is presented in its original stereo broadcast format. ---

Special Features:

Nothing not even an image gallery of character designs.

Final Words:

Your decision to buy this show will be motivated by how fondly you remember the series. Disney's presentation certainly won't inspire you to pick this up and the lack of extras is criminal. Perhaps Darkwing Duck needs to go on a mission to Disney Home Video and find the culprits behind these no frills, poor looking transfers. As with "Rescue Rangers" and other TV shows from the time, Disney has put little effort into this and it ranks at the very bottom of transfers that Disney has done.

 

 
 
 
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