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Title: Mighty Ducks
Start - end: 1996 - 1997
Studio: Disney
Official site:  Mighty Ducks official site

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Hit the ice with the MIGHTY DUCKS! They're half human, half ducks and ALL wicked cool hockey players. They've traveled across the galaxy to save the Earth from the wicked Dragaunus and his nasty henchmen. Grab your hockey buddies and tune in. Go Mighty Ducks!

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Wildwing Flashblade - Saved by Canard back on Puckworld, he is the leader of the Ducks on and off the ice. At first reluctant to take charge after Canard fell, eventually he comes to accept the role of leadership. As a hockey player he's the goalie, known for his ability to take any kind of beating and still remain standing. Brave like Canard before him, Wildwing is also intelligent, and just. He usually plays the straight man to the other ducks and protector to his younger brother, Nosedive. Along with the mask of Drake DuCaine, Wildwing uses body armor and a Puck Launcher on his left gauntlet. In real life, Wildwing is the mascot for the Anaheim Ducks, known as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim until the 2006-07 NHL season. Voiced by Ian Ziering.

Nosedive Flashblade - Wildwing's younger brother who initially was not intended to be part of Canard's resistance. However, Wildwing makes Canard take Nosedive with them: "If you want me," says Wildwing, "Then my brother's part of the deal." Once they reach Earth, Nosedive becomes an official member of the team, both on the hockey team and the crime fighting team. Nosedive is by far the team's most impulsive and immature member who is similar to Michelangelo of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. His character may have been influenced by Michelangelo?the two series were initially penned by the same writer. Nosedive is more childish and easy-going than the other Ducks, and often looks toward his older brother for support and protection. Nosedive can be very likable, making friends with teammate Grin, and humans Thrash and Mookie. He wears body armor, but not as much as Wildwing. He usually uses a Puck Blaster and rides a Duckcycle. Voiced by Steve Mackall.

Duke L'Orange - A notorious jewel thief on Puckworld, Duke changed his ways to battle Lord Dragaunus. Duke has used a Puck Blaster in some episodes, but he mainly uses a golden sword called a Ducksaber (or sometimes just a 'saber'). He also carries lock picks and a grappling hook attached to his wrist. Duke has a Brooklyn accent and is pretty level-headed, albeit egotistical at times. He was the leader of a gang called The Brotherhood of the Blade. He remains the most experienced of all the Ducks and possesses a good balance of skill with confidence. Unfortunately, there are some minor trust issues with Mallory due to Duke being an ex-thief, though this fact doesn't seem to faze their leader Wildwing. His name is a pun on the dish Duck A'Lorange. Voiced by Jeff Bennett.

Mallory McMallard - Mallory is a fiery red head who is well-learned in Puckworld's version of the martial arts, although most of the time she is content with just using a Puck Blaster. She has a sharp tongue and usually directs it towards Nosedive's immature acts, or anything that she feels is "out of line." Her trust is easily broken, particularly in Duke's case, and as she sees it, for some very good reasons. With her strong military background as a member of the "Puckworld Special Forces," she often thinks in black and white, a strict disciplinarian, and has a high regard for the chain of command. She's stubborn, which can be a fault as much as a strength. Voiced by Jennifer Hale.

Tanya Vanderflock - The Ducks' resident genius who is often the one turned to for advice, even by Wildwing. She is good with mechanics and uses the Omnitool on her wrist with many of her projects. Despite her intellect, she has bad allergies, lacks confidence, has a gentler personality, and is not as good a fighter as the other ducks. She makes up for this with her good common sense and wry humor. According to herself, her middle name is Secretree. Voiced by April Winchell.

Check "Grin" Hardwing - A super strong Goliath with a Zen-like philosophy. Unlike the stereotype of strong people, Grin is wise and doesn?t let his anger cloud his judgment. He rarely uses weapons in battle, relying on his wisdom and strength instead. He has a strong sense of honor and can always be counted on for support. He is a good friend of Nosedive. During Grin's younger years, he had a horrible temper. He found enlightenment with the training from the grand hockey master Tai Quack Do. Voiced by Brad Garrett.

Human allies

Phil Palmfeather - The ducks' manager when they are being an ice hockey team. He'd rather have the team do sometimes rather dangerous or stupid promotional gimmicks and autograph signings with fans then having them save the world, although he does acknowledge that they do good. He also has bad taste in fashion. Voiced by James Belushi.

Captain Klegghorn - A police officer for the city of Anaheim who initially doesn't trust the ducks, particularly due to the lack of evidence that Dragaunus even existed in the first place. While he still doesn?t like them, eventually they come to terms when he helped Wildwing retake the Pond when the Saurians take their headquarters. Voiced by Dennis Franz.

Thrash & Mookie - Nosedive's seemingly only human friends who dress like punk rockers. They run the comics store called "Captain Comics," of which Nosedive is a frequent customer. They were the first people that they met on Earth. Thrash is male, Mookie is female.

Bernie "Buzz" Blitzman - Buzz is an orphaned genius young boy in his early teens. Very fond of Mallory McMallard (he might see her as a surrogate big sister). He proves to be a big help to the Ducks. Voiced by Eddie Deezen.

The Saurians

Lord Dragaunus - The leader of the Saurians, Dragaunus is evil, big, strong and can breathe fire. He's not above working with humans or even aliens in his quest for world domination. He doesn't take kindly to the failures of his cronies, Siege, Chameleon and Wraith. Dragaunus has lost faith in the Saurian dark magic which Wraith uses, and only when somewhat desperate will he allow Wraith to employ them in a major part of his latest plan. Otherwise, the main tools he equips himself and his henchmen with are teleporters, rays, blasters, rockets, and cloaking devices. Most of Dragaunus's schemes involve trying to create an alternative fuel source for his flagship, The Raptor. Voiced by Tim Curry.

Siege - Siege is a soldier who is aggressive and has a strong hatred for the Ducks (Particularly Grin, due to the large duck being able to go toe-to-toe with him on a daily basis and generally win or draw in the fight). He can also be viewed as Dragaunus' second in command, though the window is pretty wide. His cruel nature is mechanically and technologically minded, and he believes that brute force is the only means of victory. He often builds weapons and vehicles and directly uses them against the Ducks. He scoffs the dark magic of the ancient Saurians, and Dragaunus seems a little more tolerant and open to his ideas as a result. However, when he fails, he gets little better treatment than the others. Voiced by Clancy Brown.

Chameleon - A shapeshifter that is able to increase or decrease his strength, size and dexterity depending on his transformations. Much of the time an imperfect transformation can give him away. Also, he ends up wasting his powers a lot by doing lame impressions of human celebrities. Dragaunus has little patience for his antics and stupidity. The most effective uses of his powers has been in his impersonations of the Ducks. He broke the fourth wall in Dungeons and Ducks, saying that since the Ducks were gone, the show would be called the Mighty Saurians. Voiced by Frank Welker.

Wraith - A Saurian warlock with a dry sense of humor. He is smarter than Siege or Chameleon, but disdained by Dragaunus because of his firm belief that the dark magic of their ancestors is the only means for victory. He shuns weapons in battle, preferring to use his ability to throw fireballs. He is very glum and is often predicting the inevitable failure of their mission. Of course, he is usually proven right. Voiced by Tony Jay.

Hunter Drones - Robotic foot soldiers of Dragaunus. They have blasters on their hands. They are often easily destroyed by the Ducks. In one episode, they face off against a much larger Drone nicknamed Tiny by Siege. Nosedive destroys Tiny by crushing him with a zamboni.

Other villains

Dr. Droid - Formerly a human, Dr. Droid is now mostly android (a cyborg) and wants to turn the world into robots. The Ducks tangle with him twice. Voiced by Charles Adler.

Asteroth - An evil wizard from another dimension, which is actually a supernatural version of Anaheim, California. His title is "Lord of the Red Dragon", somewhat obvious since he can morph into a large red dragon when enough power is in his possession. They fight him twice, first in the alternate Anaheim, and then in the "real" Anaheim.

Falcone - Falcone is a Raptrin member of The Brotherhood of The Blade. Duke pretended to join up with Falcone to learn what he was up to and found out that Falcone is working for the Saurians trying to help them steal the world's largest jewels for a new weapon. Duke tried to stop him but failed as Falcone got him arrested. Falcone got the gem but not long after that, Falcone's ship blew up and sent Falcone down into a moat. There, the guards of Big Ben found him. Falcone is currently sitting in London's jail cell for stealing a jewel from them.

Lucretia DeCoy - Lucretia DeCoy is a traitoress to the race of the Ducks and a spy for the Saurians. Tanya was the only one who knew who she was and Lucretia prevented her from revealing that she was a spy by tying her to the top rafters of The Pond. She was thrown into Dimensional Limbo by Dragaunus who believed that she switched the item she was sent to steal from a tomb with the help from the Ducks; however, it had really been switched by Wildwing. The end result was her being sent to Dimensional Limbo and the weapon Dragaunus tried to use the chip for blew up in his face. Voiced by Kath Soucie.

Dr. Swindle - A corrupt scientist the Saurians hired in "Beak vs. B.R.A.W.N." to create a flotation device. When the Saurians refused to pay him for his work, he attempted to sell the machine to the highest bidder instead. The highest bidder turned out to be Chameleon, who took the device and left Swindle with a suitcase full of newspapers. A running gag has the Doctor insists that his name is pronounced "Swindel". Voiced by Rob Paulsen.


Mighty Ducks episode guide

1 The First Face Off- Part 1
2 The First Face Off- Part 2
3 A Traitor Among Us
4 Zap Attack
5 Phil in the Blank
6 Power Play
7 Dungeons and Ducks
8 Take Me To Your Leader
9 The Human Factor
10 Beak to the Future
11 Microducks
12 Beaks vs. B.R.A.W.N
13 Jurassic Puck
14 The Return of Dr. Droid
15 Mondo-Man
16 Puck Fiction
17 Monster Rally
18 Buzz Blitzman- Mighty Duck!
19 Bringing Down Baby
20 Mad Quacks Beyond Hockeydome
21 The Final Face Off
22 The Iced Duck Cometh
23 The Most Dangerous Huck Hunt
24 The Return of Astroth
25 Duck Hard
26 To Catch a Duck
TV Movie D2: The Mighty Ducks
TV Movie D3: The Mighty Ducks
TV Movie The Mighty Ducks II
TV Movie Mighty Ducks The Movie: The First Face-Off
TV Movie The Mighty Ducks

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