The second film in the newly rebooted CGI Darkwing Duck franchise, this sequel picks up a few years after the first one. Darkwing has made a name for himself in St. Canard. The inheritance he has received from the late Scrooge McDuck has allowed Drake Mallard to focus solely on crime-fighting, his egotistical and self-righteous personality unlikely to well serve him in the workplace anyway. He has a base of operations in the tower of the Audubon Bay Bridge from which he monitors the city, as well as a house in the suburbs that he shares with Launchpad McQuack, the ...
A reboot rather than a continuation of the existing continuity. The first of what at the very least would be a trilogy, if not more. The film will have live-action sets and backgrounds, but the characters will be CGI created with performance capture. Drake Mallard is an arrogant wise-duck living in St. Canard who flunks his college courses, is unable to hold onto a job or relationship, and is prone to shooting his beak off and getting into fist-fights, losing more than he wins. Drake is in love with Morgana, a vivacious and resourceful duck who is a fellow student ...
Boba Fett escaped from the sharlak pit and his being trained as a sith lord
are hero is from Deak Starkiller who was a former jedi but he was band from the jedi order for being a dark jedi and so once he band he became a hit man and stole a light saber made three balded light saber with a thermal dentonator on it and then he frozen in carbonite for 1,0000 years and then some people find and skin is burning and now he must try to the sith lord Darth Brutilus
The novel intertwines two plotlines: the quest of Wil Ohmsford and Amberle Elessedil to find Safehold and create a new Ellcrys, and the attempt by the Elven army and their allies to slow the Demons to give them time to find it.
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