Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck are triplet cartoon characters created in 1937 by writer Ted Osborne and cartoonist Al Taliaferro, and are licensed by The Walt Disney Company. Huey, Dewey, and Louie are the nephews of Donald Duck and the grandnephews of Scrooge McDuck. They typically wear shirts with colorful baseball caps that are sometimes used to differentiate between them. The characters have made several animated appearances in both films and television, but comics remain their primary medium.
While the boys were originally created as mischief-makers to provoke their uncle's famous temper, later appearances showed them to be valuable assets to their uncles on their adventures. All three of the boys are members of the fictional Scouting organization, The Junior Woodchucks. The trio appear in the second Disney Heroes vs. Villains War and Heroes vs. Villains as supporting players on the side of good.