Ducktales #2

Ducktales #2

Writer: Joey Cavaleri Artist: Antonello Dalena, Andrea Greppi, Roberta Zanotta, Gianfranco Florio Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: November 1, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
5.3Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

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Donald, Scrooge, and the Nephews...and a very special NEW character quest for unimaginable riches and treasures untold!

Bullet Points:
* Features two stories: "A Viking at my Door" and "Old Monteplumage Had a Chicken!"
* The animated series has already been renewed for a second season!
* You'll quack-up as Donald, Scrooge, the Nephews and their friends solve mysteries, rewrite history, and more!

  • 7.0
    GWW - D. Ivester Nov 1, 2017

    While Duck Tales doesn't offer a story driven direction, it still has the heart and fun many will enjoy if they want to have more Duck Tales in their life. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comicosity - Mexi Gremillion Nov 1, 2017

    This wasnt my favorite DuckTales issue, you all can probably tell that. However, I have liked issues from this series before, so I wouldnt say write if off. All forms of art can have good days and bad ones, comics included. I would say keep giving DuckTales a chance and see whats in store for the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 5.4
    Comic Crusaders - Rob Ferreri Nov 1, 2017

    It was a fun read and brought me back to happy childhood memories. The only real criticism would be toning down the abusive behavior towards Donald. In a world where bullying is a real problem giving kids the message that being a bully is ok by having Scrooge and Della bully Donald might not be the best example to set and did greatly impact my opinion of the book. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Watch - Ryoga Kazehino Nov 8, 2017

    This issue is barely even readable, let alone entertaining and worth your wallet. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Pat Payne Nov 9, 2017

    Not bad, but if I had it all over to do again, I'd give it a pass. the only reason that you may want to pick it up is that it has the first actual appearance of the Della Duck character, who seems a engaging addition to the team. I was a little miffed that we didn't get to see the "daring adventurer" Donald that Webby described in the pilot ep of the series (though in fairness, she may have been embellishing or misremembering), though the misfortunes Donald experiences are definitely par for his character. The two plots are a bit thinner and hinge on deus-ex-machina solutions, and both have pretty much the same twist stinger at the end -- funny, but redundant all told.

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