| This minifigure has only appeared in video game(s)|
Although this article is about an official minifigure, it never existed in physical form or appeared in any official LEGO sets.
Howard the Duck is a duck-like alien from an alternate universe's Earth known as "Duckworld" where rather than apex species being evolved from apes, it's evolved from water-fowl. On DuckWorld, Howard was brilliant and studied in the martial-art known as "Quak Fu" allowing him to be a formidable combatant.
After a cosmic demon known as Thog the Nether-Spawn attempted to gain in power by shifting the cosmic axis, Howard found himself teleported by chance or fate into the universe of Earth 616 (the mainstream Marvel Universe). On Earth 616, Howard found himself something of a superhero and a P.I. investigator. Howard also became the boyfriend of the human Beverly Switzler.
Marvel Cinematic Universe
In the MCU, Howard the Duck was one of the beings captured by the Collector and put on display in his collection. Following the Collector's base's destruction, Howard left and became affiliated with the Ravagers. During the battle between the superheroes and Thanos, Howard was transported to the battlefield where he joined the fight against the Mad Titan.
In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
He invades the Marvel Headquarters with Vulture in order to get more comic coverage, but ends up knocking himself out with his own bazooka.
In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2
To get recognition for his superhero work, Howard decides to pitch a multi-platform title starring him. As there are a lot of lines and the Chrono-Con passes are sold out, Howard the Duck is persuaded by Forbush Man to let him help.
- He uses the same parachute as Captain America.
- When dressed in blue, Howard bears a striking resemblance to Disney's Donald Duck.
- In LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, his unique headpiece is same as Donald Duck and Daisy Duck from LEGO Minifigures' 71012 Disney Series.
- Though Howard the Duck was not released as physical minifigure, there is a physical variant of Howard the Duck and Deadpool combined into one Duckpool. This minifigure was presented on San Diego Comic-Con 2017.
- In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he is voiced by Seth Green, who also voiced Leonardo in the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV Show.
- In the 80s movie, he was played by the late Felix Silla, who also played E.T. and an Ewok.