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Disney Adventures Volume 2, Number 9 was the 21st issue of Disney Adventures.

Featured Disney Afternoon storiesEdit

Darkwing Duck: "The Kitty Kat Kaper"Edit

Written by: Doug Gray
Art by:
Penciled by: David Schwartz
Inked by: Steve Steere
Lettered by:
Colored by:
Originally published in:

Darkwing and Launchpad investigate the disappearance of Fluffy, one of S.H.U.S.H.'s test subjects, little realizing that there's more to the case than they suspect.

Memorable quotesEdit

"There are few things in this world you can count on! The sun will always set in the west! Your flight will always be delayed! Getting smacked with a big stick will always hurt! And Darkwing Duck will always come through!"
—Darkwing

Megavolt: Don't worry--you won't know watt hit you!
Launchpad: Owch! Owch! Please, stop! Puns can kill!
Megavolt: You didn't make fun of Tuskernini's [sic] puns!
Fluffy: Thankth to Doctor Meddle, I have a mega geniuth I.Q.! It wath I who led you here! It wath I who planted the thandwich retheipt! It wath I who--
Darkwing: --misspelled the ransom note!
Fluffy: Quiet! I've only been a geniuth for a few dayth! Bethides, you try to type with no fingers!

NotesEdit

  • In addition to the Darkwing Duck comic story, this issue also included the first installment of the three-part comic story Space Mickey and the Throgg Ray Wars.
  • "The Kitty Kat Kaper" would later be adapted as "The Kitty Cat Caper!" in issue #5 of the Joe Books Darkwing Duck title.
  • In addition to being Fluffy's introduction, "The Kitty Kat Kaper" also marks Tuskerninni and Moliarty's first appearances in the comic book medium (and the only time Moliarty ever appeared in Disney Adventures).
  • During the battle, Tuskerninni was supposed to say "I'm going to edit you for television, Duck! Crucial scenes will be cut!" when charging at Darkwing, and then mutter "Rosebud" after slipping on the sponge and landing on the other villains. Oddly, the former line is still referenced by Megavolt's line mentioned above. Both lines were reinstated in the 2016 version.


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