EXCLUSIVE: DuckTales & Big Hero 6 Officially Crossover

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The worlds of DuckTales and Big Hero 6 are colliding for the first time in a new short. The crossover, which marks the first time that the two series have joined together in any format, was produced for Disney’s Random Rings series of shorts.

A crossover between DuckTales and Big Hero 6 The Series may seem outlandish at first glance, but actually makes a good deal of sense despite the shows being set in radically different worlds.

Both series are beloved for how they mix action and humor, though one details the adventures of a superhero team made up of five young science students and their robot friend and the other centers upon the globe-trotting antics of Scrooge McDuck and his family. Both shows are also among the most popular original animated series produced for Disney XD.

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The First Ever Cross-over Between The Two

The crossover features a meeting of the minds between Scrooge McDuck’s chauffeur and pilot, Launchpad McQuack (Beck Bennett of Saturday Night Live) and Big Hero 6 The Series’ Baymax. (Scott Adsit from 30 Rock).

The short centers around Launchpad trying to order a pizza as Baymax simultaneously tries to check Launchpad’s general well-being. Given that both characters are big-hearted but slow on the uptake, this goes about as well as one might expect.

The short does not explain just how Launchpad was able to brook the digital divide between the worlds of DuckTales and Big Hero 6 The Series. It’s possible that Launchpad’s plane is equipped with an extremely powerful phone, most likely built by ace inventor Gyro Gearloose.

Of course if there was anyone in the Disney multiverse who could find a away to accidentally call another dimension while trying to order a pizza, it would be Launchpad McQuack.

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But yeah whatever right? I mean this cross-over is indeed a history in the making right? So, what do you all think about this guy?