-Donald wanted His Nephews to meet their Great Uncle Scrooge McDuck for some apparent reason. Huey and Dewey seems pretty Shocked to meet the Richest duck in the world (so, that means they’ve known scrooge, as a well known duck..but never seen in person) and meanwhile Louie’s just like, “You’re finally gonna sell us” lmao. Donald looks so fkin done.
-also, that ship is his house. (a nod to his House in Toontown and Mickey Mouse Works )
-then we see the triplets meeting Scrooge for the very first time..(pretty sure is a nod to Don Rosa’s comic)
- a lonely scrooge
- BUFF BEAKLY
- CARL BARKS PAINTING
- The Triplets inspiring Scrooge to follow his Vision Again. (kinda?)
- This mysterious Newspaper probably tells the reason why he’s so gloomy
- A REALLY BEAUTIFUL SEQUENCE + Scrooge Famous Quote
- and then we meet webby…. Webby seems like a hardcore Donald duck Fan. so i guess Webby is us “the Donaldist” (?) lmao
note : Louie’s the Evil triplets. (foreshadowing?????) :p “meh”
- Donald wearing a suit could be because he’s searching for a job.
-This beautiful Money Bin
- Webby Kidnap the Boys
oh also, this could be mean Webby is living with scrooge first since we could see beakly Earlier
- A SUBMARINE
*THE THEME SONG”S GETTING LOUDER*
- Scrooge Being Badass
- Headless Horse
- Snakes loves Launchpad
- Fire Everywhere
- idk what’s this.. but im pretty sure that treasure is a refrence to something (correct me if i’m wrong)
One of the differences in how Scrooge and Donald treat Huey, Dewey and Louie is in how Scrooge doesn’t really treat them as children. He enjoys their company (especially since they tend to be more interested in hearing him talk to them about his money than Donald is) but he treats them as tiny adults, partly because he never had a childhood really and has somewhat unreasonable expectations of what kids their age should be expected to do, but also because Scrooge in general has problems with social interaction.
Donald on the other hand undersands they’re kids and can’t be treated like adults can. He is regularly immature, yes, and the boys can seem more level-headed and mature lot of the time, but at the end of the day they’re still kids and Donald understand that while Scrooge doesn’t really.
And one of the things Ducktales reboot seems to be getting right so far is just that.
Louie is adamantly against people conning his family. It’s his thing. And that extends beyond immediate family- he hasn’t known Launchpad long, but he’s more than ready to protect him against swindlers. He keeps his people free of that nonsense. And, considering how he’s already called her ‘his new favorite person’…
I’m pretty sure, if any of the triplets are gonna fite Lena, it’s gonna be Louie.
I’m fairly sure I’m late, but here’s eight panels from the first story in the new DuckTales comic, and two panels from the second, mostly for LOUIE OH MY GOD. First story (at least the part included) is dealing with electric sponges in Little Lake; second is getting “hired” to help with a movie flick.
If you’ve got a local comic shop or book dealer, I highly recommend picking up issue 0, and if the main series is anything like this, AUGUST CANNONT COME QUICKLY ENOUGH.
(Sorry some of these are blurry, I had to hold the comic up into the light to get good shots)