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14th May '16 4:15:04 AM Ulkomaalainen
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* StarsAreSouls: In ''Kid Lucky'', Kid and the Dalton believe that the stars are the souls of sheriffs dead with their boots on.

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* StarsAreSouls: In ''Kid Lucky'', Kid and the Dalton Daltons believe that the stars are the souls of sheriffs dead with their boots on.
14th May '16 3:54:01 AM Ulkomaalainen
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** In another, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a group of irate native dignitaries enters the local saloon to deliver an angry message to the townspeople]]. These include their shaman... and his unruly apprentice, who is far more interested in the saloon girls than their mission, and decides to start dancing on the stage. Afterwards, it starts raining in the girls' dressing-room.

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** In another, [[ItMakesSenseInContext a group of irate native dignitaries enters the local saloon to deliver an angry message to the townspeople]].townspeople. These include their shaman... and his unruly apprentice, who is far more interested in the saloon girls than their mission, and decides to start dancing on the stage. Afterwards, it starts raining in the girls' dressing-room.
13th May '16 8:34:40 PM Ulkomaalainen
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* OffstageVillainy: Used with many of the desperadoes Lucky Luke encounters in order to explain their notoriety. If rumours are to be believed Phil de Fer, the original Dalton gang Pat Poker and most specifically Billy the Kid have quite a remarkable body count. In Billy's case it is said that many of his victims were fellow criminals and Luke himself calls him worse than the Daltons (the new ones at least).

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* OffstageVillainy: Used with many of the desperadoes desperados Lucky Luke encounters in order to explain their notoriety. If rumours are to be believed Phil de Fer, the original Dalton gang Pat Poker and most specifically Billy the Kid have quite a remarkable body count. In Billy's case it is said that many of his victims were fellow criminals and Luke himself calls him worse than the Daltons (the new ones at least).
13th May '16 6:23:45 PM Ulkomaalainen
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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Averell Dalton. He even has his own "Not Wanted" poster! In ''Daisy Town'' he does have a "Wanted" poster like the other brothers. The posters are shown throughout their childhood and teens until adulthood with older faces and larger bounties. Averell's bounty stays at $4... Until it's lowered to ''$3''.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Averell Dalton. He even has his own "Not Wanted" poster! In ''Daisy Town'' he does have a "Wanted" poster like the other brothers. The posters are shown throughout their childhood and teens until adulthood with older faces and larger bounties. Everybody's bounty rises continuously. Averell's bounty stays at $4... Until it's lowered to ''$3''.
13th May '16 4:39:32 AM Ulkomaalainen
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** One short story involves Luke training a group of inept townsfolk in law enforcement. The result? The group became known as The Nine, and each became scheriff of their own town, where no criminal dared go, knowing that it was protected by one of Luke's graduates.

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** One short story involves Luke training a group of inept townsfolk in law enforcement. The result? The group became known as The Nine, and each became scheriff sheriff of their own town, where no criminal dared go, knowing that it was protected by one of Luke's graduates.
7th May '16 6:45:53 AM Faberlich
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There were also three LiveActionAdaptation films: one starring Terence Hill (which spawned a series, too), another one centered on the Dalton brothers starring French humorist duo Eric & Ramzy, and one starring Jean Dujardin.

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There were also three LiveActionAdaptation films: one starring Terence Hill (which spawned a series, too), another one centered on the Dalton brothers starring French humorist duo Eric Judor & Ramzy, Ramzy Bédia, and one starring Jean Dujardin.
7th May '16 6:45:08 AM Faberlich
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There were also three LiveActionAdaptation films: one starring Terence Hill (which spawned a series, too), another one centered on the Dalton brothers, and just recently a new one starring Jean Dujardin.

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There were also three LiveActionAdaptation films: one starring Terence Hill (which spawned a series, too), another one centered on the Dalton brothers, brothers starring French humorist duo Eric & Ramzy, and just recently a new one starring Jean Dujardin.
7th May '16 6:41:42 AM Faberlich
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After Goscinny's death, lots of writers took over penning the stories, with very irregular results. Now Morris has passed away too, Achdé is in charge of the art, restricting himself to strict Morris imitation because his style was so particular. French comedian Laurent Gerra was for a while in charge of the storyline, with at-best-lukewarm results; however the early reactions seems to be more positive to the latest album, scripted by novelists Daniel Pennac and script-writer/novelist Tonino Benacquista (co-writer of ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'', among others), so whether or not the series has become a bit of a FranchiseZombie at this point is open to question. As it has been so successful for over fifty years, it has also known several {{Animated Adaptation}}s, both with stories directly adapted from the comics and with original stories. The best and most well known are ''WesternAnimation/DaisyTown (1971)'' and ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'' (1978) which were made by the same animation studio that directed ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix'' (1976) and thus share a similar comedic style. It also helped that Creator/ReneGoscinny wrote the script.

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After Goscinny's death, lots of writers took over penning the stories, with very irregular results. Now Morris has passed away too, Achdé is in charge of the art, restricting himself to strict Morris imitation because his style was so particular. French comedian Laurent Gerra was for a while in charge of the storyline, with at-best-lukewarm results; however the early reactions seems to be more positive to the latest album, scripted by novelists Daniel Pennac and script-writer/novelist Tonino Benacquista (co-writer of ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'', among others), so whether or not the series has become a bit of a FranchiseZombie at this point is open to question. As it has been so successful for over fifty years, it has also known several {{Animated Adaptation}}s, both with stories directly adapted from the comics and with original stories. The best and most well known are ''WesternAnimation/DaisyTown (1971)'' ''WesternAnimation/LuckyLukeDaisyTown'' (1971) and ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'' (1978) which were made by the same animation studio that directed ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix'' (1976) and thus share a similar comedic style. It also helped that Creator/ReneGoscinny wrote the script.
7th May '16 6:39:32 AM Faberlich
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After Goscinny's death, lots of writers took over penning the stories, with very irregular results. Now Morris has passed away too, Achdé is in charge of the art, restricting himself to strict Morris imitation because his style was so particular. French comedian Laurent Gerra was for a while in charge of the storyline, with at-best-lukewarm results; however the early reactions seems to be more positive to the latest album, scripted by novelists Daniel Pennac and script-writer/novelist Tonino Benacquista (co-writer of ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'', among others), so whether or not the series has become a bit of a FranchiseZombie at this point is open to question. As it has been so successful for over fifty years, it has also known several {{Animated Adaptation}}s, both with stories directly adapted from the comics and with original stories. The best and most well known are ''WesternAnimation/DaisyTown (1971)'' and ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton ("The Ballad of the Daltons") (1978)'' which were made by the same animation studio that directed ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix (1976)'' and thus share a similar comedic style. It also helped that Creator/ReneGoscinny was again present to write a funny script.

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After Goscinny's death, lots of writers took over penning the stories, with very irregular results. Now Morris has passed away too, Achdé is in charge of the art, restricting himself to strict Morris imitation because his style was so particular. French comedian Laurent Gerra was for a while in charge of the storyline, with at-best-lukewarm results; however the early reactions seems to be more positive to the latest album, scripted by novelists Daniel Pennac and script-writer/novelist Tonino Benacquista (co-writer of ''Film/TheBeatThatMyHeartSkipped'', among others), so whether or not the series has become a bit of a FranchiseZombie at this point is open to question. As it has been so successful for over fifty years, it has also known several {{Animated Adaptation}}s, both with stories directly adapted from the comics and with original stories. The best and most well known are ''WesternAnimation/DaisyTown (1971)'' and ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton ("The Ballad of the Daltons") (1978)'' ''WesternAnimation/LaBalladeDesDalton'' (1978) which were made by the same animation studio that directed ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix (1976)'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix'' (1976) and thus share a similar comedic style. It also helped that Creator/ReneGoscinny was again present to write a funny wrote the script.
6th Feb '16 2:04:13 PM Menshevik
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