The first season of DuckTale Season 3, premiering on September 10, is a fun ride.
It’s not quite a Disney movie, but it does have a few of the things you’d expect from a Disney series: cute characters, a fun cast, and some great acting.
We’re not going to spoil anything here, but the season premiere, “Camelot,” is an excellent example of the sort of story we’re looking for.
The plot of the episode centers around a mysterious androgynous duck that has the ability to control the weather, which it does through the use of a duck totem (which looks something like a miniature rain cannon) and the power of his voice.
He also has the power to communicate with animals, which he does by giving them a name that he calls “Cavalot.”
When he’s not making plans with his minions to find an ally to help him, he’s also making plans to take the world’s biggest duck out into the wild.
While the season finale, “Lakeside,” has some strong character moments, the season’s strongest episode is “The Duel,” a two-parter that picks up in the spring of 2019.
This is a story about the power that duck-toting ducks have over the world, and the consequences that can come from that power.
The season opens with a fun sequence where the title character, Jack, is given a duck-themed card that gives him a power to control nature.
That power is one of the main reasons he wants to take out the world duck-trapped in the middle of nowhere.
(The episode ends with a montage of Jack and his allies, some of whom are wearing duck costumes.)
The story moves quickly and quickly and has some really clever jokes.
It has a lot of action, and a lot going on, and its a really good example of how the show handles a lot more than just one big battle scene.
DuckTails is a lot about the people behind the scenes.
When the show began, we were still just fans of the show, so it was a lot to take in, and we thought it would be fun to try to figure out who was making it.
It was always the show’s big fans, and that was great to get that out there, because it’s a big part of what the show is about.
I’m happy with how it turned out, and I think it has a really cool story.
It had a lot in common with the classic stories that have made up the series, such as the Wild West, the Gold Rush, and The Civil War.
The show’s creator, Brad Falchuk, and showrunners Mike Judge and Jason Fuchs are really talented and ambitious people.
They have a knack for creating interesting stories that connect and are interesting to watch over time, and they’re really good at writing dialogue and establishing the stakes.
I really liked what we got from this season, which is a really fun and engaging story that we can really enjoy.
I’d say that it’s an even better DuckTail season than we’ve seen in a while, and it’s just going to be fun watching.