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A recurring gag in the Darkwing Duck comic book published by Boom! Studios was the inclusion of cameos by characters from other Disney productions. Listed here are the numerous Disney-related cameos seen in the comic, including cameos/references to characters from the Disney-acquired properties of the Muppets, Marvel Comics, and Lucasfilms.

All panels listed below were drawn by James Silvani unless otherwise noted.

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Character cameosEdit

Image Story and issue Featured cameo(s) and notes
Kaa Darkwing cameo "The Duck Knight Returns - Part 1" (Issue #1) Darkwing's arm has turned into Kaa from The Jungle Book.
Flounder Darkwing cameo "The Duck Knight Returns - Part 2" (Issue #2) Darkwing's attempt to find out who founded Quackwerks on their search engine results in him being shown a picture of Flounder.
Launchpad&Gadget "The Duck Knight Returns - Part 3" (Issue #3) Gadget tells Launchpad he can't fly the Rangerplane.
DarkwingDuck Goliath cameo "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 2" (Issue #6) Negaduck is standing on top of Goliath.
Hero up Gosalyn "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 2" (Issue #6) Gosalyn is shown to be keeping the Gizmosuit hidden in an Incredibles lunchbox.
Magica02 "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 3" (Issue #7) The Source Absorber has the face of Jack Skellington and Oogie Boogie from The Nightmare Before Christmas on it.
Magic-powered Magica (Darkwing Duck) "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 3" (Issue #7) Magica's armor and staff is decorated with little golden skulls that resemble Jafar, Captain Hook, Cruella De Vil, and Maleficent.
Paddywhack02 "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 3" (Issue #7) Paddywhack's return frightens Sebastian, Cleo from Pinocchio, and Dory from Finding Nemo.
DarkWing-Lion King "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) On the first page, Quiverwing Duck manages to catch alternate Darkwings who resemble Simba (who is accompanied by versions of Morgana and Launchpad who resemble Timon and Pumbaa) and the Jonas Brothers.
Interrogating Megavolt "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) In the first panel, Foulfellow from Pinocchio, the Big Bad Wolf from Three Little Pigs, and a weasel from Who Framed Roger Rabbit can be seen locked up in the background.
Darkwings Assemble "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) Among the alternate Darkwings seen in this panel includes ones resembling Roger Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit (complete with the Singing Sword that was briefly used in the movie) and Mr. Incredible.
Darkwings vs NegaPaddywhack "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) One of the alternate Darkwings battling Negaduck/Paddywhack in this full-page spread resembles Iron Man.
Divided and confronted (Darkwing Duck) "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) One of the alternate Darkwings seen in the background is dressed like Aladdin and holds Genie's Lamp.
Darkwings return train "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings - Part 4" (Issue #8) Alternate Darkwings resembling Goofy and the Seven Dwarfs can be seen on the train.
Pixar posters (Darkwing Duck) "Toy With Me" (Annual #1) Posters of Lightning McQueen from Cars and Mr. Incredible from The Incredibles are hanging on this gamer's wall. Drawn by Sabrina Alberghetti.
Time out for Chronoduck "The Untimely Terror of the Time Turtle" (Annual #1) Basil and Dr. Dawson are pursuing Ratigan in the background of this shot.
Darkwing in meeting (Goofy) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 1" (Issue #9) Goofy is apparently working as the window washer who drops the banana peel Darkwing accidentally slips on.
Dangerously literate (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 1" (Issue #9) Darkwing lands on a statue of Lambert the Sheepish Lion.
Gosalyn's room (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 1" (Issue #9) Gosalyn's room is decorated with posters of the following Disney characters:
  • Pain and Panic from Hercules
  • Lucifer the cat from Cinderella
  • Mr. Smee from Peter Pan
  • Horace and Jasper Badun from 101 Dalmatians
  • Gurgi from The Black Cauldron
  • King Louie from The Jungle Book
  • Lampwick from Pinocchio
  • The Heffalump Bee from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
  • Kronk from The Emperor's New Groove
  • Dr. Jumba Jookiba from Lilo & Stitch
  • Iago from Aladdin
  • Lock, Shock and Barrel from The Nightmare Before Christmas
Gosalyn's room2 (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 1" (Issue #9) Later on, we see that Gosalyn also has posters of:
  • Willie the Giant from Fun and Fancy Free
  • Clayton from Tarzan
  • Ben Ali Gator from Fantasia
  • A Pink Elephant from Dumbo
Llama camouflage (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 2" (Issue #10) The cloaking device disguises Darkwing and Steelbeak as Kuzco (in his llama form) from The Emperor's New Groove.
Launchpad and Morgana "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 2" (Issue #10) Launchpad has a portrait of Scrooge in his office.
Crocodile "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 2" (Issue #10) Despite Steelbeak referring to this weapon as an "alligator briefcase", the reptiles that pops out is Tick-Tock the Crocodile.
Duckthulhu Moby "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 3" (Issue #11) Moby Duck is one of the brainwashed citizens.
Duckthulhu shrine "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 3" (Issue #10) Duckthulhu's shrine is decorated with images of Elliot from Pete's Dragon, Dragon Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, and Figment from the Journey into Imagination attraction at Epcot.
Guard against Duckthulhu "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 4" (Issue #12) The March Hare from Alice in Wonderland is among the brainwashed people surrounding Darkwing and company.
Sitcom reality (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 4" (Issue #12) Mrs. Potts and Chip from Beauty and the Beast appear on the sitcom set.
Lucky (Darkwing Duck) "Done in One" (Issue #13) Lucky from 101 Dalmatians landed in the catcher's mitt.
Gosalyn 1 "Cat-tastrophe" (Issue #14), original version In Mortimer's flashback, we see that PJ, Max, and Pistol are among his and Gosalyn's classmates.

Note: This cameo is seen only in the original version of the story; due to Mortimer's backstory being rewritten in the Definitively Dangerous Edition reprint, it was replaced with the next one.

Sid and Lampwick Darkwing Duck "Cat-tastrophe" (Issue #14), revised version In the revised version of Mortimer's backstory, we see that he was tormented by anthropomorphic animal versions of Sid Phillips from Toy Story and Lampwick (in his donkey form) from Pinocchio.
Darkwing-duck-15-page-1 "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 1" (Issue #15) Eagle Eye has frozen Tito from Oliver and Company.
Toby Darkwing Duck "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 1" (Issue #15) Toby from The Great Mouse Detective tries to support Darkwing's mayoral campaign.
Suffrage's power (Darkwing Duck) "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 1" (Issue #15) The stork from Dumbo is working as a janitor.
Suffrage undone (Darkwing Duck) "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 2" (Issue #16) Sunni Gummi and Maggie from Home on the Range are among the St. Canard citizens seen snapping out of Suff-Rage's hypnosis.
Duck Monsters "Dangerous Currency - Part 2" (Issue #17) Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Honker's monstrous forms respectively resemble Chernabog from Fantasia, Monstro the Whale from Pinocchio, Dragon Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, and Willie the Giant from Mickey and the Beanstalk.

Other referencesEdit

Image Story and issue Featured cameo(s) and notes
Gosalyn in Time Turtle "The Untimely Terror of the Time Turtle" (Annual #1) In Gosalyn's opening fantasy sequence, she is holding Jafar's snake staff.
Darkwing in meeting "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 1" (Issue #9) Paintings of the Jungle Cruise and the Haunted Mansion can be seen in the background.
Alternate realities (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 3" (Issue #12)
Broadway posters (Darkwing Duck) "F.O.W.L. Disposition - Part 3" (Issue #12) Posters for the Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Mary Poppins Broadway shows hang on the walls.
Cat-Astrophe defeated Darkwing Duck "Cat-tastrophe" (Issue #14) One of Winnie the Pooh's honey pots is in the wreckage seen here.
Launchpad's campaign "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 1" (Issue #15) Launchpad apparently has a map of Disneyland...
Doofus Darkwing Duck "The Ballot of Darkwing Duck and Launchpad, Part 1" (Issue #15) ...and a poster for the Pixar short Presto hanging on his office walls.

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