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Moonvasion is the 24th and final episode of DuckTales 2017’s Season 2, a television cartoon episode. Written by Colleen Evanson alongside the usual crew, and directed by Jason Zurek and Tanner Johnson.

It features the show's versions of Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck, Webby Vanderquack, Della Duck, Donald Duck, Mrs. Beakley, Duckworth, Launchpad McQuack, Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera/Gizmoduck, Officer Cabrera, Drake Mallard/Darkwing Duck, Gyro Gearloose, Mrs. Quackfaster, Roxanne Featherly, the Harpies, Mr D'jinn, Fethry Duck, Gladstone Gander, Flintheart Glomgold, Gandra Dee, John D. Rockerduck, Jeeves and Li'l Bulb (alongside several copies of himself, including Hanks). Also featured are General Lunaris, Lieutenant Penumbra, Gibbous, Zenith, Palus, various other Moonlanders, Lena De Spell, Violet Sabrewing, the Headless Man-Horse, Gabby McStabberson, Johnny and Randy Empire, Amunet, Zeus, Storkules, Selene, Gyro's Clones, Mark Beaks, Goldie O'Gilt, Zan Owlson, Mr. and Mrs. Drake, Doofus Drake, B.O.Y.D., Mitzy, the Buzzard Brothers, and Black Heron. Donald's Melon (a winking non-counterpart to Mickey Mouse) and the 2017 Continuum version of Steelbeak made his debut in the episode. General Meridian, Toth-Ra, and Santa Claus are also mentioned. Additionally, the Funso Host's true identity as the 2017 Continuum version of the Phantom Blot was revealed.

PlotEdit

General Lunaris launches the Moonlander invasion of Earth, with the majority of his forces attacking Duckburg. While Della flees with the kids under the pretence of collecting allies from around the globe, Scrooge assembles a motley crew to try and retake the city. When Scrooge's best-laid plans prove fruitless, the Ducks must rely on close and distant family, friends dear or not-so-loyal… and on some former foes.

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Behind the scenesEdit

Moonvasion was broadcast on September the 12th, 2019.

Prior to release, Francisco Angones had teased that "one of the good guys" would die in the course of the special. No main cast member actually died in the film; three candidates exist whom Angones could have been referring to, with fraught debate in the fandom of which one was meant. They are Gyro Gearloose (or one of his clones), Hanks the Li'l Bulb, and Melon.

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