Super Snooper is an in-universe superhero comic series focusing on the exploits of the titular character, beloved by Huey, Dewey and Louie Duck.


Focusing on the adventures of the superhero Super Snooper[1] (also known as “the Caped Crusader” or “the Twilight Man”)[2], Super Snooper is a Duckburgian comic series with a history spanning over 70 years, culminating in the release of a big-budget movie adaptation in 1979, and later of Super Snooper - 70th Anniversary some time before 2017.[3][FANWORK]

The 1940's incarnation of the character focused mostly on sheer feats of strength such as lifting mountains and punching bad guys, and was found distasteful by Donald Duck,[1][4] who preferred the better-plotted adventures of Marvin Monkey[4]. By the 1970's, however, Super Snooper (redesigned as a stork rather than dognose) was less of a muscleman figure, and the comics had taken a turn for the whimsical that secretly endeared them to Donald, although he hid this from Huey, Dewey and Louie, as this was also the time the Guardians of Morality league chose to kick up a fuss about the series.[2]

Known Super Snooper Comic StoriesEdit

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Behind the scenesEdit

The Super Snooper series was first seen in Disney comics in Carl Barks's 1949 comic story of the same name.

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