Yep, yep, yep, the next volume of Darkwing Duck on DVD is coming out. I can't tell you how long I've waited for it. I've practically worn holes in my old, recorded-in-the-pre-cable-days VHS tapes. Here's what you can expect, courtesy of the kind soul who sent me a press release.
The set will have 27 episodes on 3 discs. The episodes are:
Fahrenheit in Love and War
Aspect ratio: 1:33.1 Formatted 4x3
Sound: Dolby 2.0 Surround Sound
Languages: English, French Audio
No word yet on the extras. I'll post that info when I get a copy to review.
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Well, Amazon has the Darkwing Duck DVD box set Volume 2 for $31.49, shipping is free. And if you don't already have it, you can also snag the Darkwing Duck DVD box set Volume 1 for $23.49, and it's also eligible for free shipping.
Finally, here's the whole press release, in case you want to spread the word yourself!
Darkwing Duck Volume 2
Perfect for Summer Vacation, 3-Discs and 27 Episodes of
the Emmy® Nominated Animated Series
Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
Synopsis: In the second installment in the Darkwing Duck collection, Darkwing Duck: Volume 2 DVD, quack crime fighter Darkwing Duck (aka Drake Mallard) and his loyal sidekicks Launchpad McQuack and Gosalyn keep St. Canard safe from a range of villains including angry Christmas trees, ancient pirates, and mutant cabbages from outer space! 27 episodes on 3-Discs provide plenty of laughs for the duck days of summer.
History: "Darkwing Duck" originally aired from 1991 to 1992 on “The Disney Afternoon” and simultaneously premiered shows on ABC’s Saturday morning lineup. The series was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award (1992, Outstanding Animated Program), a 1992 Annie Award (Best Animated Television Program) and a 1992 Young Artist Award (Outstanding New Animated Series). The cleverly-written series became known for its satire on superhero mythos and spoofed everything from Batman to The Green Hornet.
Darkwing Duck Volume 2 DVD Episode List:
All's Fahrenheit in Love and War
STREET DATE: AUGUST 7, 2007
Direct prebook: June 12, 2007