There are no genuine reviews of Ducktales, only advertising for the show and surface level commentary such as "omg those REFERENCES! nostalgia! so nerdy!" or "this isn't like my comic books it fucking sucks". Which, I think, shows how little interest there is for the show. Ducktales works completely on cameo gimmicks, no one bothered to write a decent article about the writing, the plot, the characters for what they are without superficially comparing them to others duck media. And while I think the vast history of duck media is definitely primordial to mention when reviewing Ducktales, it's important to go beyond "this isn't like comics it's bad" or "I saw this on TV when I was a kid it's good". It's just no one cares enough to write about it.
No one has the passion/the drive to write a coherent analysis about anything Ducktales, in the press or amongst fans.
It's apparent how synthetic and shallow this cartoon is, how much of a more-or-less well thought out product it is, and this plus all the dated elements in the writing, it's bound to age worse than Quack Pack (despite how much people likes to dunk on this specific show and its distinct 90-00s aesthetic) and be ultimately forgotten.>>113511470
I think he types "ducktales" "dt17" and such in the twitter search, because I am blocked despite never interacting with him ever. I don't care much and I don't mean to disrespect the dude but he should really logs off social media once in a while.