Dynamo Duck

Published on by Charlie Boatner.

Once upon a time, I was working on a project with John Carbonaro to bring the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents back to the comical book reading public.  (This was not the first time and would not be the last.) 

The characters were super heroes who were authorized by the United Nations and equipped by scientific geniuses.  One of their heavy hitters was Dynamo, a strong fellow whose molecular density was increased by a unique belt.  I liked him because he was less complicated than Superman.  He didn’t fly, didn’t have X-ray vision, etc.  He just hit things and survived things hitting him.

Anyway, one day John visited and said in a conspiratorial tone, “Dynamo Duck.”

I wrote a script and James W. Fry III drew it but, due to the vagaries of comics publishing, the story was never printed.  But if I had drawn Dynamo Duck, this is what he would have looked like:

NOTE: Not to be confused with most of the stuff that comes up when you google “Dynamo Duck.”