List of fictional ducks

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This list of fictional ducks is subsidiary to the list of fictional birds. It is restricted to notable duck characters from the world of fiction.

Ducks in animation[edit]

Disney cartoon ducks[edit]

Disney animators have created an entire universe of ducks, most of which are modeled after the American Pekin duck.[citation needed]

Residents of the Donald Duck universe[edit]

Other Disney duck characters[edit]

Warner Bros. ducks[edit]

Other cartoon ducks[edit]

See List of fictional ducks in animation.

Ducks in comics[edit]

Ducks in Krazy Kat[edit]

Other comics[edit]

Live or costume ducks on television and film[edit]

Ducks in literature and song[edit]

Duck mascots[edit]

Ducks in video games[edit]

Bruce the Duck, from the Atari 2600 game Duck Attack![20]
  • Bin and Pin from the arcade and Master System game Dynamite Düx.
  • Deadly Duck, eponymous character of the Atari 2600 video game Deadly Duck (1982).
  • The Atari 2600 game Duck Attack![20] (2010) features a mallard named Bruce, plus other ducks named Mandy, Pat, Groucho, and Clarice.
  • The Mad Duck, one of the enemies in EarthBound.
  • Prince Drake from Crazy Drake, 2D platformer released in 1996 for IBM PC compatibles.
  • John Mallard, announcer from Duck Game (2015). All other characters in the game are anthropomorphic ducks, but they are unnamed.
  • Some of the villagers in the Animal Crossing series are ducks, including Bill, Deena, Derwin, Drake, Freckles, Fruity, Gloria, Joey, Ketchup, Maelle, Mallary, Miranda, Molly, Pate, Pompom, Quillson, Scoot, Shinabiru, and Weber. Three of them only appeared in Dōbutsu no Mori e+ (also known as Animal Forest e+): Fruity, Ketchup, and Shinabiru. However, most of the other duck characters have been featured in that game as well (except Drake, Gloria, Molly, and Quillson) and almost all of the duck characters that were in that game were also in the original Animal Crossing game (except Miranda).
  • The NES video game Duck Hunt (1984) has unnamed ducks as an integral part of gameplay. By pointing the NES Zapper gun peripheral at the TV, the gamer shoots down ducks that fly across the screen. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the lone dog and a single, individualized duck from Duck Hunt appears together as a playable character. In the European version they are referred to as Duck Hunt Duo, and in the North American/Japanese versions eponymously as "Duck Hunt". This particular duck has thus since been referred to as "Duck Hunt Duck".
  • In The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, a duck provides the significant purpose of carrying the protagonist, Link, to 1 of 8 locations spread throughout the game world. This duck is unnamed, but due to being the pet of the Flute Boy and referred to in game only as a bird, it is referred to by fans as the Flute Boy's Bird.
  • Several Pokémon species seem to be inspired by ducks, such as Farfetch'd, Psyduck, Ducklett and Quaxly.

Ducks in other media[edit]

  • Dolan, Dafty, Dasee, Hupu, Tupu, and Lupu, in The Uncle Dolan Show
  • Duck from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared
  • Pekkle from Sanrio
  • Sonic Duck, monster from the card game Yu-Gi-Oh!
  • Witzy, Suzy Ducken, and Jack Quacker, from Suzy's Zoo
  • Oozora Subaru from Hololive's Second Generation


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