I think it airs on Disney Channel in the United States and is also available on Disney Plus, I believe. Not sure about other countries. I haven't actually watched the show any in the past year, so someone else can probably give you more information.
Well, the comics don't usually make that distinction, of course. I think it was the old DuckTales that established that Huey wears red, Dewey wears blue, and Louie wears green. Of course, they sometimes just all wear black in the comic, so it's really hard to tell the difference in comics.
@Iwillhavethisusername I look towards Quack Pack and DuckTales 2017 as the source for distinction between the three. Of course, Quack Pack's and DuckTales's portrayal of the two are totally different, so I guess that you just have pick one show to go with or sort of come up with a mental "average" of all versions of HDL.
Not sure if you're asking about the Scrooge McDuck Wiki server or another server, but either way, @Drleevezan can probably help you. I don't really now how to get Discord invitations to people. I only really use Discord for this wiki and don't really explore it much.
This wiki has a very wide range of focus. We cover cartoons, comics, music, and merchandise. As long as it relates to the Duck/Mouse Universe (or the Prime Universe as it has been so dubbed), it most likely has a place here.
It's Donald for me. He's an incredibly versatile character who is, in my opinion, the foundation of the Duck universe. Scrooge is a great character as rich in his depth and entertainment value as the character purports to be in-universe, but there's just something about Donald. He's so easy for us to insert ourselves into, while also being a great character on his own. He can be a jealous villain, a bold hero, or a cowardly fool, but he's always Donald.
@DucktalesCreatir Scrooge is actually Donald's uncle, not brother. Why do Huey, Dewey, and Louie call Scrooge "uncle", then? Well, "uncle", in this case, is really just short for "granduncle". Donald is Huey, Dewey, and Louie's uncle, and Scrooge is both Donald's uncle and Huey, Dewey, and Louie's granduncle. Also, Don Dugo is a distant ancestor of Donald's from the 1500's. He's not Donald's actual father. According to Don Rosa's comic The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, Donald's father's name is Quackmore Duck.
That's very possible, @Theo0005 .
That's a fanmade tree, so while the information presented therein is certainly interesting, it's not official. Anyway, that Daisy is Huey, Dewey, and Louie's aunt is a pretty predominant fan theory these days. I believe Don Rosa has been mentioned as a proponent of the theory, so it does have some official backing. The logic is generally that since Huey, Dewey, and Louie refer to Daisy as "Aunt Daisy", then she must be their aunt somehow. Since Huey, Dewey, and Louie's last name is Duck, some have concluded that their father was also a Duck and, perhaps in an attempt to both decrease the number of unrelated Duck families around and to explain the whole "Aunt Daisy" thing, conclude that he must have been Daisy's brother. Also of note is that in the cartoon Donald's Diary, Daisy has three younger brother who appear to be rascally triplets just like HDL! Some have speculated that one of those brothers grew up to be HDL's dad.
@LunaLovegoodlover9 Interesting. Do you know the source for that?
The Klondike Gold Rush was in 1897, not 1867, so there is no contradiction.
Ah, yes. I completely forgot that June 9 is Donald's birthday according to some stories. Thanks for the reminder. Happy birthday to our favorite fictional duck! How old do y'all think he is?
No offense meant to Gizmoduck, but I'm going to have to vote for Darkwing. His 1990's series was great! He's a funny character who's deeply flawed yet still heroic. Fenton is definitely a fun character, but he's a bit bland in comparison to Darkwing.
I love Rosa's writing, humor, attention to detail, references to Carl Barks, and plots that are sometimes almost cinematic. He's probably the best writer on the list, but his art, though I enjoy it very much, is inferior to both Rota's and Barks's. I might would even say that Scarpa's art is better than Rosa's, but that's a tough call. Ultimately, all four are great artists, but I would say that Marco Rota is best.
Hm... Based solely on art, I think I'm going to have to go with Marco Rota! He can draw really well. I think From Egg to Duck best showcases his artistic talents.
Very neat drawing! Good work!
Is the consensus that we should sent out an announcement about image names soon, or do we still need to discuss that aspect of this conversation?
I've renamed a few. Are the new image names good with everyone? If so, I'll continue with the renaming.
I'll be happy to help out with renaming images.