- Moby Duck
Moby Duck was created by writer Vic Lockman and illustrator Tony Strobl in 1967. He first appeared in Donald Duck #112 where he is seen saving Donald from drowning at sea, after Donald was forced to accept Moby's purpose to work as his helper, since Moby's porpoise Porpy pretended to be a threatening shark.
- Phooey Duck
Phooey Duck is the fourth nephew of Donald Duck and lost brother of Huey, Dewey and Louie. He is not really a character, he is the fourth nephew drawn by accident in the Donald Duckcomic. He has been named Phooey by Disney comic editor Bob Foster. The name is originally a term which, sometimes spelled phooie, or fooey, expresses dislike, chagrin, ordisappointment.
- Dugan Duck