History ComicBook / Condorito

24th May '17 10:38:20 PM luisedgarf
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During the 1980s, the comic became so popular it got its own AnimatedAdaptation, a growing set of merchandising and even a [[NewspaperComics comic strip adaptation]] for American newspapers. It also has an on-going series of 3D-animated shorts in the official YouTube channel.

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During the 1980s, the comic became so popular it got its own AnimatedAdaptation, a growing set of merchandising and even a [[NewspaperComics comic strip adaptation]] for American newspapers. It also has an on-going series of 3D-animated shorts in the official YouTube channel.
channel. An upcoming CGI animated movie will be shown in Latin America at October 2017.
14th Feb '17 6:16:45 PM Kriegabigor
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* BlandNameProduct: Pin soda, whose slogan of "Tome Pin y haga ¡Pun!" (Drink Pin and do Pun!) is a direct parody of popular sodas "Bilz y Pap" and their "Tome Bilz y haga Pap" slogan. ("Pun" is Chilean slang for a farting noise.)

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* BlandNameProduct: Pin soda, whose slogan of "Tome Pin y haga ¡Pun!" (Drink Pin and do go Pun!) is a direct parody of popular sodas "Bilz y Pap" and their "Tome Bilz y haga Pap" slogan. ("Pun" is Chilean slang for a farting noise.)
29th Jan '17 11:23:44 AM Dreadjaws
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* NegativeContinuity: due to the format of the magazine (where all stories are jokes and they take up usually one page, sometimes two or three and very rarely more), this is inevitable. Taken UpToEleven by the fact that characters will constantly appear in different locales, time periods or outright displaying different personalities. Sometimes characters will even have different names and nationalities (such as Condor Otto being the titular character living in Germany while wearing stereotypical german clothing and speaking in a german accent), or even be variations of other fictional characters (such as Condorito sometimes being Dracula and even Superman).

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* NegativeContinuity: due Due to the format of the magazine (where all stories are jokes and they take up usually one page, sometimes two or three and very rarely more), this is inevitable. Taken UpToEleven by the fact that characters will constantly appear in different locales, time periods or outright displaying different personalities. Sometimes characters will even have different names and nationalities (such as Condor Otto being the titular character living in Germany while wearing stereotypical german clothing and speaking in a german accent), or even be variations of other fictional characters (such as Condorito sometimes being Dracula and even Superman).
29th Jan '17 11:22:50 AM Dreadjaws
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* AnthropomorphicShift

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* AnthropomorphicShiftAnthropomorphicShift: [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_p-z3N6p79aw/SoIJv9XnjEI/AAAAAAAAHHI/TgLMrgHdvJA/s400/condoritos.jpg As seen in this picture]], the titular character has gone from a mostly-avian creature with some human features to a mostly-human creature with condor features.
29th Jan '17 11:19:26 AM Dreadjaws
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* BankruptcyBarrel

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* BankruptcyBarrelBankruptcyBarrel: A staple of the series. Whenever someone is shown to be suddenly impoverished it will almost invariably shown this way.



* NegativeContinuity

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* NegativeContinuityNegativeContinuity: due to the format of the magazine (where all stories are jokes and they take up usually one page, sometimes two or three and very rarely more), this is inevitable. Taken UpToEleven by the fact that characters will constantly appear in different locales, time periods or outright displaying different personalities. Sometimes characters will even have different names and nationalities (such as Condor Otto being the titular character living in Germany while wearing stereotypical german clothing and speaking in a german accent), or even be variations of other fictional characters (such as Condorito sometimes being Dracula and even Superman).
27th Nov '16 10:01:18 AM 64SuperNintendo
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* FaceFault: The comic's trademarked way to close a punchline. The victim of the punchline pratfalling with a loud ¡PLOP!



* FaceFault: The comic's trademarked way to close a punchline. The victim of the punchline pratfalling with a loud ¡PLOP!
7th Sep '16 7:54:37 AM rafi
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* {{Jerkass}}: Pepe Cortisona, full stop.

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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}:
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Pepe Cortisona, full stop.
29th Aug '16 9:43:02 PM PaulA
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* LongRunner: Probably the longest-running comic from Latin America, starting in 1949, and is still published on a bi-weekly basis.
14th Jun '16 5:22:14 PM MagBas
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* PutOnABus: A few characters were removed because of [[UnfortunateImplications complaints from the readers]]. The most (in)famous ones were a full amputee called "Cortadito" ("Choppy") and a [[GreedyJew very amoral Jewish loan shark]] called "Don Jacoibo" (sometimes called "Don Salomón" instead).

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* PutOnABus: A few characters were removed because of [[UnfortunateImplications complaints from the readers]]. removed. The most (in)famous famous ones were a full amputee called "Cortadito" ("Choppy") and a [[GreedyJew very amoral Jewish loan shark]] called "Don Jacoibo" (sometimes called "Don Salomón" instead).
6th Apr '16 2:21:02 AM misandoc
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* VillainProtagonist: In many of the strips, Condorito sometimes plays the role of a thief, a mobster, a vampire, or a JerkAss, who is malicious towards other people without any good reason. Of course, this is always PlayedForLaughs.

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* VillainProtagonist: In many of the strips, Condorito sometimes plays the role of a [[LoveableRogue thief, a mobster, mobster]], a vampire, or a JerkAss, who is malicious towards other people without any good reason. Of course, this is always PlayedForLaughs.
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