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How exactly Poe was transformed into a raven was never explained in the series. Although Magica has various transformation spells at her disposal, she is unable to turn Poe back into an anthropomorphic duck. In the episode "Send in the Clones", Magica explains that she needs the power of Scrooge McDuck's Number One Dime to restore Poe to his normal self, indicating that she means to turn him back. On top of that, Poe only appeared in some of the episodes featuring Magica and rarely did anything to advance the plot. Poe's most notable role was in the episode "Magica's Shadow War", in which a trapped Magica sent him out to find help in one scene.
Darkwing Duck comics
Poe appeared in the Darkwing Duck story "Crisis on Infinite Darkwings", where he is looking for Magica and Negaduck. He also made a cameo appearance in "Dangerous Currency", where he gets some slime--this is how Magica discovers how the slime works.
- His name is a reference to Edgar Allan Poe, who wrote a story called "The Raven". Also referencing The Raven Poe often ends his stanzas with the word "nevermore".
- Poe replaces Magica's pet raven Ratface from the original Uncle Scrooge comic series. Poe and Ratface appear together at the end of the Rightful Owners story arc in Boom! Studios' DuckTales comic.
- Magica has a niece called Minima De Spell, but it's unknown whether she is Poe's daughter or not.