History ComicBook / LuckyLuke

6th Feb '16 2:04:13 PM Menshevik
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* IconicOutfit: See the page illustration.
4th Feb '16 12:41:52 AM Karxrida
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* HeyThatsMine: All the time in the album ''Fingers''.
31st Jan '16 3:03:15 PM fruitstripegum
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: Averted. The Daltons are still alive at the end of the 1990's animated adaptation of "Hors-la-loi"...because these are the ''fictional'' Daltons, not their real-life "cousins".
24th Jan '16 2:34:51 PM haapetok
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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: UsefulNotes/BillyTheKid, UsefulNotes/JesseJames, Frank James, Colin Younger, UsefulNotes/CalamityJane, UsefulNotes/BuffaloBill, UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln, Roy Bean, Creator/MarkTwain, Belle Starr, Big Nose Kate, Creator/SarahBernhardt, Horace Greeley, Emperor Joshua Norton,... have all met Luke at one point.

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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: UsefulNotes/BillyTheKid, UsefulNotes/JesseJames, Frank James, Colin Younger, UsefulNotes/CalamityJane, UsefulNotes/BuffaloBill, UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln, Roy Bean, Creator/MarkTwain, Belle Starr, Big Nose Kate, Creator/SarahBernhardt, Horace Greeley, Emperor Joshua Norton,... have all met Luke at one point. (Jesse James and Calamity Jane twice and differently drawn.)
15th Dec '15 10:17:09 AM eroock
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'''''Lucky Luke''''' is a Franco-Belgian School [[TheWestern Western]] comic created in 1946 by graphic artist Morris, who at first did both art and writing. It began as a semi-serious comic with a rugged cowboy hero, lots of gunplay and occasional almost-onscreen deaths. Then, from 1955 to 1977, the writing was taken over by ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' creator Creator/ReneGoscinny and the comic turned into an unabashed AffectionateParody of the whole western genre. Around the same time, the authors dropped all pretense of portraying the protagonist as a realistic cowboy and turned him into a [[TheDrifter Drifter]]/[[TheGunslinger Gunslinger]] type whose fame and skill often made him the US Government's last resort when it came to particularly tricky situations (much to his annoyance).

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'''''Lucky Luke'''''
''Lucky Luke''
is a Franco-Belgian School [[TheWestern Western]] comic created in 1946 by graphic artist Morris, who at first did both art and writing. It began as a semi-serious comic with a rugged cowboy hero, lots of gunplay and occasional almost-onscreen deaths. Then, from 1955 to 1977, the writing was taken over by ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' creator Creator/ReneGoscinny and the comic turned into an unabashed AffectionateParody of the whole western genre. Around the same time, the authors dropped all pretense of portraying the protagonist as a realistic cowboy and turned him into a [[TheDrifter Drifter]]/[[TheGunslinger Gunslinger]] type whose fame and skill often made him the US Government's last resort when it came to particularly tricky situations (much to his annoyance).
5th Dec '15 6:17:16 AM morenohijazo
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* WeatherSavesTheDay: An aversion: A bunch of cattle barons have leagued together against the homesteaders, as the former can no longer drive their cattle through what is now the latter's property. A drought hits, but it only hurts the ranchers as they didn't dig wells as part of their livelihoods. They come to an agreement... and rain starts falling just after it's signed. The ranchers maintain their agreement anyway.
20th Nov '15 4:25:02 AM Shadowgazer
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* EvilerThanThou: It is shown in cutaways gags that Billy the Kid completely subdues and terrifies the Daltons to the extent that Joe tells the others to avoid him.


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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).
9th Sep '15 5:37:52 AM Divra
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* NaiveNewcomer: The titular "tenderfoot" from the album of the same name. In a bit of a twist, he easily outdoes all the wild west tough guys at nearly everything (among other things, he was school boxing champion at {{Oxbridge}}), but is very much stuck in his upper-class British mannerisms.

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* NaiveNewcomer: The titular "tenderfoot" from the album of the same name. In a bit of a twist, he easily outdoes all the wild west tough guys at nearly everything (among other things, he was school boxing champion at {{Oxbridge}}), {{Oxbridge}} and is a very good horseman from years of avid fox-hunting), but is very much stuck in his upper-class British mannerisms.
6th Sep '15 2:55:01 AM foxley
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* IncovenientlyVanishingExoneratingEvidence: Nonlethal variation in one Rantanplan story: A cavalry officer has left his grandson Douglas in the care of the prison's warden, but he [[CircusBrat ran off with the circus]] along with Rantanplan. In order to keep the colonel from investigating, the warden fakes letters from Douglas claiming that he's still in the prison. When both the circus and the colonel end up in the prison at the same time, the colonel demands to know about the letters he wrote, which of course Douglas knows nothing about. The warden quickly sweeps the fake letters off his desk where they're eaten by Rantanplan in the few seconds the colonel has his back turned. Having a bit of a breakdown, the colonel leaves.

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* IncovenientlyVanishingExoneratingEvidence: InconvenientlyVanishingExoneratingEvidence: Nonlethal variation in one Rantanplan story: A cavalry officer has left his grandson Douglas in the care of the prison's warden, but he [[CircusBrat ran off with the circus]] along with Rantanplan. In order to keep the colonel from investigating, the warden fakes letters from Douglas claiming that he's still in the prison. When both the circus and the colonel end up in the prison at the same time, the colonel demands to know about the letters he wrote, which of course Douglas knows nothing about. The warden quickly sweeps the fake letters off his desk where they're eaten by Rantanplan in the few seconds the colonel has his back turned. Having a bit of a breakdown, the colonel leaves.
6th Sep '15 2:54:06 AM foxley
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* IncovenientlyVanishingExonaratingEvidence: Nonlethal variation in one Rantanplan story: A cavalry officer has left his grandson Douglas in the care of the prison's warden, but he [[CircusBrat ran off with the circus]] along with Rantanplan. In order to keep the colonel from investigating, the warden fakes letters from Douglas claiming that he's still in the prison. When both the circus and the colonel end up in the prison at the same time, the colonel demands to know about the letters he wrote, which of course Douglas knows nothing about. The warden quickly sweeps the fake letters off his desk where they're eaten by Rantanplan in the few seconds the colonel has his back turned. Having a bit of a breakdown, the colonel leaves.

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* IncovenientlyVanishingExonaratingEvidence: IncovenientlyVanishingExoneratingEvidence: Nonlethal variation in one Rantanplan story: A cavalry officer has left his grandson Douglas in the care of the prison's warden, but he [[CircusBrat ran off with the circus]] along with Rantanplan. In order to keep the colonel from investigating, the warden fakes letters from Douglas claiming that he's still in the prison. When both the circus and the colonel end up in the prison at the same time, the colonel demands to know about the letters he wrote, which of course Douglas knows nothing about. The warden quickly sweeps the fake letters off his desk where they're eaten by Rantanplan in the few seconds the colonel has his back turned. Having a bit of a breakdown, the colonel leaves.
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