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May and June are major antagonists turned protagonists in the DuckTales Reboot final episode "The Last Adventure".
They are the twin clones and sisters of Webby McDuck.
While May and June where first shown to be friendly harmless clones, they managed to steal the Missing Mysteries, knock out Beakley and ambush Huey, Dewey and Louie.
Despite this, they actually cared about Black Heron, and Even Webby as June call her there sister, wanting to know how they were created.
May is shown to be the Intelligence one and also shown to be more desperate to figure out why she was created. She also tell Webby her name is April and is willing to harm her to get the truth.
In comparison June is shown to be sensitive as she thinks Webby's friends shouldn't be on Webby's board and calls Webby her sister more often, showing she cares for her.
Despite working for Bradford, they became horrified when seeing Bradford throw heron in the vortex after learning Bradford's plans and intentions for them to be killed. This led them to feel remorse for what they have done, but they Redeemed themselves after Webby convinces them that they can, removing all of their negative qualities.
They also are shown to befriending Lena and Violet.
May is a small white preteen duck with white feathers that are generally styled in a bob-cut. She wears a yellow bow on the right side of her head. She wears a yellow shirt with rolled-up sleeves, a blue sleeveless sweater vest, and a purple skirt.
June wears a blue bow on the top of her head and generally wears her hair feathers in pigtails.
The Last Adventure
May and June help Clan McDuck
As Clan McDuck find the Missing Mysteries of Isabella Finch while Donald, Della, Launchpad, Gizmoduck, and Darkwing set out to capture F.O.W.L. However, the two teams soon determine that the base is virtually empty of personnel, with the Missing Mysteries nowhere to be found. Startlingly, they come across two young Duck girls in a pair of tubes.
Upon returning with them to McDuck Manor, they are able to verify that the pair, who introduce themselves as May and June, are in fact clones of Webby. Beakley forbids anyone to interact with the clones, but Webby is naturally curious about the clones and lets them out of the room where Beakley locks them for safekeeping. While Huey, meanwhile, struggles with the failure of the raid against F.O.W.L. that he planned, even snapping at Beakley, who refuses to answer them regarding what she knows about F.O.W.L. by just talking to the clones, Webby shows May and June her room and her completed family board, but the two are quick to contradict her statements about her "found family", and question her about her real relatives. Webby admits that she knows next to nothing, as for Lena and Violet walk in just as June is tampering with the board. Causing Lena to snap, leaving June running off in apparent tears, making Webby angry at her friend; after going to look for her clone "sister", Webby runs into Beakley.
As Donald and Della go shopping, June goes sneaking into Donald's Houseboat, as she seizes the Sword of Swanstantine that was left there by Della, and is spotted by Huey. When he tries to inform his brothers and Webby, Webby doesn't believe him and becomes hurt, but soon finds confirmation of his words as she finds May stealing the Blessed Bagpipe of Clan McDuck.
May and June admit that they were tasked with obtaining the last two Missing Mysteries, and that Bradford will only answer their questions once they complete their assigned mission. Webby refuses to go along with them, and May takes the two artifacts while tasking June with subduing Webby. The clone gains the upper hand using the potion Webby took from Black Heron, and seemingly subdues Webby. However, it's really the other way around, and Webby switches clothes and styles with June to make it appear as if she's been captured before they board a F.O.W.L. plane piloted by Don Karnage that's taking them to the Lost Library.
Webby arrives at the Library of Alexandria, and discovers that Huey has stowed away with them. Still masquerading as June, she leads her "prisoner" into the F.O.W.L.-controlled library, where May is tasked with bringing Huey to Bradford's office.
Webby drags June to a prison cell, as she runs into Steelbeak, Pepper, the Phantom Blot, and Rockerduck along the way. While asking Pepper, she learns the location of the F.O.W.L. archive. Having deposited June in a cell, the disguised Webby enters the F.O.W.L. archive room and begins looking through the records. She discovers that May and June were created using a feather taken from her in Istanbird, the Stone of What Was and water from the Fountain of the Foreverglades, and then discovers a folder labeled "April".
The folder shows a video of Beakley breaking into a F.O.W.L. lab years earlier, but Webby is interrupted by Heron and May before she can learn more about the folder. However, Beakley's confession causes Webby to realize the depth of her "grandmother's" deception as Bradford, Heron, and the sisters come in. He makes a deal to Webby to know about who she is, leaving Webby to reluctantly agree to help Black Heron, her creator, as she was intended to calling her April. Bradford then seizes the artifact, revealing that obtaining it was the whole purpose of Webby's creation in the first place. When Webby admits that she found it, Ludwig reveals that as May and June were cloned from her, she was cloned... from Scrooge (according to Ludwig von Drake). After Dewey and Louie save Huey, The Triplets then go on finding Webby only for them, along with Gyro, Gandra, and Ludwig Von Drake to be captured easily by May and June, much to the Triplets' Dismay.
After being captured by The Duo, Dewey tells them to they cannot defeat Webby as she tells them that she is there worst nightmare, only to be revealed to have emotionally defeated Webby tied-up, much to Dewey's dismay. This action is seen by June and May who realize that their whole purpose has simply been to reawaken a piece of paper. Huey, Dewey and Louie are confused as the Papyrus could only be reused if it ended up in the hands of Scrooge's direct descendant. Drake then reveals the truth: Webby is actually Scrooge's daughter; cloned directly from his DNA. Having learned that their only reason for being was to help Bradford get the last artifact, May and June felt remorse for what they did, but Webby convinces them are then persuaded to help free Webby and the others to save the family, which they are now a part of. As the heroes try to save Scrooge, the Sword of Swanstantine amplifies Bradford's inner evil into an increasingly monstrous form. Bradford then attempts to blast Scrooge, but Donald puts up a barrier and is joined in holding it by Della, Beakley, and the two sets of triplets, with May and June helping them.
Huey and Louie analyze Bradford's contract, and discover a loophole: it says Scrooge can have his family if he gives up adventure; however, as the McDucks always say, "family is the greatest adventure of all". The contract disintegrates, and Bradford loses the sword and is left powerless, fleeing only to find Magica, Glomgold, and the Beagles waiting for him. Magica then turns him into an ordinary Buzzard, and Scrooge's adversaries then depart rather than face his family, both genetic and found. After F.O.W.L. are defeated, As the whole group heads back home aboard the Sunchaser, May asks about who she and June will be with now that Heron is gone. However, May and June are welcomed, with Donald calling Daisy to see if she'd be okay with a couple more passengers on their trip. Lena and Violet later made friendship bracelets with their colors, confirming their new friendships.
As a bonus, they also managed to be seen in the end credits of the series finale along with the rest of the DuckTales cast.
- In the comics and Legend of the Three Caballeros, the sisters have always been good guys, but in the reboot they are clones of Webby created by F.O.W.L. for nefarious purposes, and do what Black Heron and Director Buzzard tell them to until their Heel–Face Turn.
- In the comics, the sisters are portrayed as being minor characters.
- Given that Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci comprise the music-comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates, it makes total sense that Lindhome voices a clone of Micucci's character.
- They are clones of Webby and are not Daisy's nieces or have any relation to her even though they still retained the name from their previous incarnations.