REVIEWSDVDDUCKTALES: WOO-OO!

DUCKTALES: WOO-OO! REVIEWED “Ducktales: Woo-oo!” gets the revamp treatment right. While it checks off the boxes required for modern mainstream branding, there also sports a closer feel to the Carl Barks. The art style took time to enjoy, but it doesn’t matter. It’s such fun and my kid loves it. Hell, it takes me back to playing the Capcom game, stuffing my face with Sunkist and then waiting for the show to start on WDRB....
December 17, 20171 min

DUCKTALES: WOO-OO! REVIEWED

“Ducktales: Woo-oo!” gets the revamp treatment right. While it checks off the boxes required for modern mainstream branding, there also sports a closer feel to the Carl Barks. The art style took time to enjoy, but it doesn’t matter. It’s such fun and my kid loves it. Hell, it takes me back to playing the Capcom game, stuffing my face with Sunkist and then waiting for the show to start on WDRB. The 3rd grade takes a lot out of you, people. Connect with your kids and enjoy some ducks!

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • 6 bonus shorts

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 12/12/17

  • 88%
    Video - 88%
  • 87%
    Audio - 87%
  • 91%
    Show Score - 91%
89%

The Plot Thus Far

The high-flying fun begins when Donald Duck reluctantly takes his mischief-making nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie to McDuck Manor, stately home of their rich, reclusive, great-uncle Scrooge McDuck. Enthralled by the exploits of their once-legendary great-uncle, the triplets and their fearless new friend Webby unwittingly unleash secret totems from Scrooge’s epic past, launching the entire family on a daring, deep-sea quest for the Lost City of Atlantis.

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