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Daisy Duck
Daisyreporter

Occupation

TV newscaster

Home

Duckburg (comics)

Likes

Shopping, fashion

Other names

Super Daisy (superhero form in comics); Dazzles

Personality

Diva, silly, ditsy, laid back, active, beautiful

Fist Appearance

Many Happy Returns

Last Appearance

No refunds, no returns

Daisy Duck is one of Walt Disney's most beautiful female cartoon characters. She was created as a female counterpart and girlfriend to Donald Duck, and first appeared in the cartoon "Mr. Duck Steps Out" in 1940. Daisy has Donald's temper but has far greater control of it (although on rare occasions her temper can burst out and she can get into rages similar to Donald's), and tends to be more sophisticated than her boyfriend. She usually wears either no pants herself or a dress. She is mostly shown as showing a strong affinity towards Donald.

Ducktales 2011Edit

At the new Ducktales Daisy works as a reporter/Tv newscster and informs the citizens of Duckberg about the proogess of the bet which was made by Scrooge McDuck and John D. Rockerduck about how is Duckberg's biggest philanthropist! At the 3rd issue she is talking with Gladstone Gander about his lack of memory but, both of them are hypnotized by Cinnamon Teal (Psychic) and she forgets everything that happened there that day. At the 4th issue Daisy regains the memories that Cinnamon had made her to forget! Also, it is revealed to her vieweres that Rockerduck hasn't return any arifact and all of Scrooge's returned artifacts were given back to him so nobody won. At the end of this issue she and the others meet up with Donald at the port. At the end of the Dangerous Currency story arc, she seen to fight the Slime with other citizens of Duckburg.

GalleryEdit

Main article Daisy Duck (reporter)/Gallery

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