Booms Darkwing Duck comic is a very late continuation of the Disney property of the same name.
As such, its aimed both at new (young) readers, and grown up fans.
This is reflected in the title arc called "A Duck Night Returns", which sums up the series batman mirroring, its initial story, and the pun-er-rific humor levels on display.
For the most part, I enjoyed it out of nostalgia. Not to say their wasnt funny parts - there certainly was. Some parts had me laughing out loud for a few minutes, other times a gently snigger. As long as you can put up with pages of childish silly stuff, a adult will find laughs here.
They have also tried hard to give layers to the characters a bit - in a almost ToyStory like way theres some serious themes bubbling below the surface. Sadly this isnt nearly as effective as Pixars masterpiece. You will feel at times for the characters, but no heartstrings tugged.
, Reviewed By Darkflame
Genre: Children's Sci-Fi Superhero
Darkwing Duck created by Ian Brill,James Silvani,