Because he was once a businessman, much of The Liquidator's dialogue is based on advertising slogans. Twisted, deceptive, treacherous, cunning, sly, corrupt, manipulative, dishonest, Crooked salesman turned water-themed supervillain, Controlling and altering liquids, sabotaging his competitors, Sponges, freezing places, Negaduck's betrayal, Always ends up in a state where he can't change shape, "This is the ultimate form of advertising.". System!" Bud Flud was a crooked businessman who owned the Sparkling Crystal Pure Flud Water, a bottled water company based in St. Canard. At one point, his power was stolen by NegaDuck, but was returned to him when Darkwing Duck defeated the newly empowered NegaDuck. • "The Duck Knight Returns!" He was an anthropomorphic dog turned into a being made entirely of water, who had the ability to control and alter liquids. Jail Bird But the big one is his weakness against any substance that reacts with water to form a solid structure. Dry Hard Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 1 Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 2 Liquidator is among the villains Darkwing dreams up during a period of low crime. He formed part of The Fearsome Five as a henchman, which included the villains Megavolt, Bushroot, and Quackerjack, and whose leader was the evil incarnation of Darkwing Duck, NegaDuck. Bud soon used his powers for crime as The Liquidator. • "The Forbidden Fountain of the Foreverglades!" Crooked salesman turned water-themed supervillain He also has a sort of mentoring quality, as he seems to want to mold anyone he thinks has potential at being as good at sales, marketing, or advertising as he is. Fearsome Five Jack Angel Darkwing calls the cops on them and they are all hauled off to jail, even though they had nothing to do with Fluffy's disappearance. Lilliput Gooney | The Liquidator was the least recurring main villain, being in only one solo episode and alongside the Fearsome Five, a total of six episodes. • "Escape from the Impossibin!" Villains: Negaduck/Negatron • Bushroot • Megavolt • Liquidator • Quackerjack • Steelbeak • Taurus Bulba • Hammerhead Hannigan • Hoof and Mouth • Tantalus • Clovis • Tuskernini • Dr. Fossil • Phineas Sharp • Professor Moliarty • Ammonia Pine • Ample Grime • Paddywhack • Lilliput • Jambalaya Jake • Gumbo • Bug Master • High Command • Major Synapse • Hotshot and Flygirl • Dr. Slug • Splatter Phoenix • Camille Chameleon • Anna Matronic • Isis Vanderchill • Johnny T. Rex • Fluffy • Dark Warrior Duck • Nodoff • Brainteasers, Season Two: "That Sinking Feeling" • "Film Flam" • "Negaduck" • "Fungus Amongus" • "Slaves to Fashion" • "Something Fishy" • "Tiff of the Titans" • "Calm a Chameleon" • "Battle of the Brainteasers" • "Bad Tidings" • "Going Nowhere Fast" • "A Brush with Oblivion" • "The Merchant of Menace" When Darkwing went to their hideout, Liquidator and the rest beat him up while Negaduck watched, Liquidator taking the shape of a golf club and whacking Darkwing across the room, where he eventually went down a trapdoor. Bud Flud, better known as the Liquidator, is a supervillain in Darkwing Duck. Though because Gosalyn went back in time to undo her disappearance, this never happened. Although a relatively popular Darkwing Duck villain, the Liquidator only made major appearances in six episodes, with five of them alongside the, Of all the Fearsome Five members, Liquidator seems to be the most mentally stable. The volatile chemicals Flud had used instead altered his molecular structure, transforming him into a being made entirely of living water. The Liquidator is one of several characters whose origin episode aired only after a debut in "Just Us Justice Ducks". The Liquidator is possibly based on the Marvel Comics character Hydro-Man, and his accident is reminiscent of the Joker's. • "New Gods on the Block!" • "How Santa Stole Christmas!". Somehow he was freed or escaped that predicament at some point and went on to join the supervillain team The Fearsome Five, formed by the villain NegaDuck for the purposes of conquering St. Canard. He can also be contained in sponges and other absorbent materials. This article is a stub. Studios), super-charged delinquent who believes light bulbs are alive, Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 (Unported) (CC-BY-SA), https://the-disney-afternoon.fandom.com/wiki/Liquidator?oldid=30210, Of all the Fearsome Five members, Liquidator seems to be the most mentally stable. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The Liquidator (voiced by Corey Burton) is a villain from the Darkwing Duck TV series in DuckTales, in which he serves as an antagonist of Darkwing Duck. ConspiracySabotageFraudAttempted kidnapping Since he could now control all liquids, he turned all the water in St. Canard into a rubbery substance, and now had an absolute stranglehold on the water business in the city. • "The Living Mummies of Toth-Ra!" However, he also very much regards those who like sales or advertising as much as he does, or at least those whom he so perceives. Season Four: "Ducky Mountain High" • "Attack of the Metal Mites" • "The Duck Who Knew Too Much" • "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block" • "Scrooge's Last Adventure" • "The Golden Goose", 2017 series He was an anthropomorphic dog turned into a being made entirely of water, who had the ability to control and alter liquids. Steelbeak | Voice actor Despite having full control of water, he is weak against sponges an can easily be caught with one. He can change shape at will and whether objects go right through him or if he is effectively solid is up to him. She dove into his body and spun him around, a plan that worked until the two crashed into some telephone wires, zapping them both and knocking Neptunia out. Alias Neptunia, who had been brought over by her octopus friend Hal, decided to do something and confronted the Liquidator. • "The Trickening!" In fact, his origin episode, and the only episode where he appears solo ("Dry Hard", the 23rd episode in production order) was aired after the character had already appeared as part of the Fearsome Five in the "Just Us Justice Ducks" 2-parter and "Life, the Negaverse and Everything". When Koo Koo Fizzy Water was the only company left, he attempted to taint it with a bizarre chemical, only to fall into a vat of water when Darkwing intervened. • "The Richest Duck in the World!" Liquidator (Bud Flud) is a supervillain who regularly appears in the animated TV series Darkwing Duck. • "The Lost Harp of Mervana!" Cold temperatures can freeze him solid while solidifying agents like cement mix can trap him in an immobile state. Bud Flud (better known as The Liquidator) is a supervillain in the animated Disney television series Darkwing Duck. He wants what he perceives as her salesmanship on his side, and he wants to nurture what he believes are her potential abilities in marketing.