To Dewey's dismay, Selene has apparently never heard of the Spear of Selene, as she hasn't seen Della in a long time. So betrayal is a probable option, I don't think Donald would be that dissuaded by just one of them getting hurt. Scrooge made every effort to find her and the Spear, spending a large part of his fortune on constructing replicas of the ship to send after her. However, Webby has become worried that Della's disappearance was because she committed a terrible crime against the family. The spear of Selene is probably a plane she named that way after her friend.
After Magica's shadow crisis has been staved off, the wreckage of the Spear of Selene is seen on the Moon. Averted with the goddess Selene, who is very nice and cool to be around, and the demigod Storkules, who is affable and polite if overeager. Webby concludes that the Spear wasn't a mythological artifact, and Selene gives her sphere to Dewey to help with his quest. Ever since The Great Dime Chase! Behind the scenes The Spear of Selene is the twelfth episode of. Louis making Della essentially mirroring Amelia Earhart copying the transatlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh. Even then, what encourages him to continue going on said adventures, as was evident in both this episode and the very first, has been his concern for the overall well-being of his family, especially his three nephews.
It's almost like they're regretting trying to make this iteration serious and are now actively trying to destroy that part. In the final round, Zeus declares the challenge to be getting the Golden Fleece off a little girl named Ligeia. Storkules delights in seeing the McDucks again, especially Donald, who is less than enthusiastic. With a door slowly lowering back into position, he bluntly tells Webby he doesn't actually have to stop her; he only needs to hold out until the door is shut. On one hand, Donald seems to have completely given up and has succumbed to reiterating his bleak and unsettling mantra of adventuring leading to hurt. There is also a new episode scheduled for Sunday April 8th, but there is no programme information available yet.
However, the closer he comes to the truth about her, the more he learns that she may not have been the greatest person he once imagined her to be, and it's this revelation that makes him hesitant to continue his search. He may not be on-board with all this adventure, but he's been very definite and in his own way very upbeat about it. Does he perhaps also have something to hide, just like Scrooge? As the McDucks are prepared to leave, Dewey accidentally drops his sphere as it rolls and knocks out Zeus' ball. According to a blueprint, the Spear is a rocket ship and the blueprint was made on the week Huey, Dewey and Louie were born. Quickly peeling off from the group, Dewey and Webby make their way to the Temple of Heroes which houses the Garden of Selene. Then, Storkules' father, , manifests after sensing that Scrooge is on the island. The Spear subplot was fun but I really need Dewey to tell his brothers what he knows.
Unfortunately, he never found Della or the Spear. Nice to see their respective skills come into play. He tries it again later for the blinking red light, but it doesn't work as well. In the end, he relents. Scrooge later revealed that Della envisioned the Spear as a means of traveling in space, and that Scrooge had built it in secret for her due to Donald's objections and a surprise to Della for the celebrated birth of her sons. And Louie winning over the siren was cute.
Quacking Points All three Greek Gods we encounter are voiced by real-life Greek actors! But due to his ridiculous bad luck, keeps and upsets Zeus. Ithaquack was also a locale in the Original DuckTales in the episode, Home Sweet Homer. Or did Della do something that hurt both Donald and Scrooge and maybe herself as well? It didn't really have the creepy-epic tinge that I found in the best eps, but the comedy was there. She gives Dewey the truth — she doesn't have a Spear and Della was a good person who brought joy to everyone — as well as her Sphere to help him find out what happened to Della. She has a Sphere, but Della didn't take it. The few character moments that we saw was also spoiled by the tone of the episode, hard to take Donald's previous relationship with adventure and Storkules serious when we are just supposed to accept that he was friend with a half-god who lived thousands of years ago for no reason. Launchpad continues to be great, also Scorplion You know, Donald being uneasy about this place made enough sense, I didn't get why Scrooge wanted to bug out so quickly.
The credits also reveal the siren's name to be Ligeia. You are allowed to have a different opinion, but being mean to others isn't nice! The obvious answer is Della but what if Donald is referring to himself? If you have a question, a complaint or a suggestion feel free to message the moderators! Back in the present, Zeus forces Donald, Huey, and Louie to compete in a series of events against his son, Storkules, in a futile and desperate attempt to save face and ultimately regain the departed gods' admiration and respect. Furious of the McDucks winning again, Zeus proposes more rounds. May 4th, 2018 release date The Spear of Selene is a cartoon written by along with DuckTales 2017 's normal team of writers and directed by. In the temple, Webby comes to understand why Dewey doesn't want to find out if his mother was a traitor and almost decides to leave the temple, but Dewey ultimately changes his mind and takes Webby with him into Selene's temple. Dewey is reluctant to learn more about Della and why she took the Spear of Selene because he fears he might find out that his mother was a bad person.
Scrooge and Zeus engage in bocce, which Scrooge intentionally loses, and the thunder god wins at last. Storkules apologizes for his behavior, but Donald gets over the past and accepts Storkules as his friend, much to Storkules' joy. However, she does tell Dewey that his mother was devoted to her family, and encourages him not to give up his quest. Avoid placing spoilers in the title and mark your spoilers when necessary. So what made Della's case different, you'd think they were all seasomed adventurers who accepted this. Huey and inquire why Zeus is angry at Scrooge and how the god knows their family. But then there's Dewey, who pushes through the pain of an adventure he may not like the outcome to, only to come out the other end with restored faith in the goodness of Della and a renewed sense of resolve in finding the truth.