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Friday, September 03, 2021

"Now YOU will pay, Scrooge!"

I didn't put this here to the show's visual development pitch material, back then. I did this just for me. And now for your news feed, ten years later.

I desaturated the character's colours for a more cinematic and less cartoony atmosphere and went quite edgy with the poster's taglines, turning The Duck Avenger against his own family. Which he, by the way, actually was doing in his first comic book appearance, seeking revenge against Scrooge McDuck and Gladstone Gander, back in the late 1960s ("The Diabolical Duck Avenger", 1969). This story never saw an US-American release until 2015.

However, this here became pretty much a parody on my own work I was doing for Disney.

#DonaldDuck #TheDuckAvenger #Paperinik #Phantomias #Superduck #PK #SuperDonald #PhantomDuck #Taikaviitta #Fantomiald #FantomDuck #Fantomerik #StalKalle #satire #parodyart

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