History ComicBook / LuckyLuke

10th Aug '17 11:27:36 PM foxley
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* PhotoDoodleRecognition: In one story, charlatan Dr. Doxey changes his name, shaves his moustache and beard, and has a new picture of him taken for his ads. However, a kid Doxey pissed off defaces the ad to the point it looks exactly like Doxey's old face, allowing Luke to recognize him.
7th Aug '17 3:32:26 PM fruitstripegum
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* OutlawTown: Dalton City from the similar titled album.



* OutlawTown: Dalton City from the similar titled album.
7th Aug '17 3:31:11 PM fruitstripegum
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* InteractingWithShadow: The iconic image of Luke "shooting faster than his shadow" is him doing just that. Parodied by the Rantanplan books where "the dog stupider than his own shadow" runs into a barrel, his shadow jumping over it.
* InThePastEveryoneWillBeFamous: Luke has met almost every celebrity from the Old West.


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* InteractingWithShadow: The iconic image of Luke "shooting faster than his shadow" is him doing just that. Parodied by the Rantanplan books where "the dog stupider than his own shadow" runs into a barrel, his shadow jumping over it.
* InThePastEveryoneWillBeFamous: Luke has met almost every celebrity from the Old West.
7th Aug '17 3:30:24 PM fruitstripegum
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* GhostTown: Several show up, and one is the setting of an entire episode.



* GhostTown: Several show up, and one is the setting of an entire episode.



* TheGunslinger: "Faster than his own shadow."


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* TheGunslinger: "Faster than his own shadow."
7th Aug '17 3:29:35 PM fruitstripegum
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* DreadfulMusician: ''Tortillas for the Daltons'': The Daltons pose as a mariachi band to infiltrate a Mexican landowner's home. Their singing is so bad it causes the bandito teaching them to break down crying then try to hang himself (and the cover art shows various glass objects shattering).



* DreadfulMusician: ''Tortillas for the Daltons'': The Daltons pose as a mariachi band to infiltrate a Mexican landowner's home. Their singing is so bad it causes the bandito teaching them to break down crying then try to hang himself (and the cover art shows various glass objects shattering).
7th Aug '17 3:29:02 PM fruitstripegum
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* ComedicSpanking: Since BillyTheKid in this setting is still 14 years old, unlike his real life counterpart who comitted most his crimes as an adult, but kept his nickname due to how early he started, Lucky Luke's go-to punishment for him is a spanking.

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* ComedicSpanking: Since BillyTheKid in this setting is still 14 years old, unlike old (unlike his real life counterpart who comitted most of his crimes as an adult, but kept his nickname due to how early he started, started), Lucky Luke's go-to punishment for him is a spanking.
7th Aug '17 3:28:09 PM fruitstripegum
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* BerserkButton: Joe Dalton and any mention of Lucky Luke. Interestingly, Averell Dalton has one as well: having his cooking criticized. When Luke samples his food in ''Dalton City'' and declares it inedible, Averell asks for Joe's gun.



* BerserkButton: Joe Dalton and any mention of Lucky Luke. Interestingly, Averell Dalton has one as well: having his cooking criticized. When Luke samples his food in ''Dalton City'' and declares it inedible, Averell asks for Joe's gun.
21st Jul '17 4:04:17 PM Evilfigment
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** Strangely, the Civil War is almost totally absent from the stories.[[note]]It does get a mention in passing when Jesse James' backstory is explained at the beginning of his eponymous album. Also, the Joss Jamon gang is stated to consist of ex-Confederate soldiers from the Civil War on the first page of ''Lucky Luke vs. Joss Jamon''. In ''The Singing Wire'', concerns over the beginning of the Civil War is why Lincoln orders completion of the First Transcontinental Telegraph.[[/note]]

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** Strangely, the Civil War is almost totally absent from the stories.[[note]]It does get a mention in passing when Jesse James' backstory is explained at the beginning of his eponymous album.album, and as the reason for Lincoln ordering completion of the first Transcontinental Telegraph in ''The Singing Wire''. Also, the Joss Jamon gang is stated to consist of ex-Confederate soldiers from the Civil War on the first page of ''Lucky Luke vs. Joss Jamon''. In ''The Singing Wire'', concerns over the beginning of the Civil War is why Lincoln orders completion of the First Transcontinental Telegraph.[[/note]]
21st Jul '17 4:02:54 PM Evilfigment
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** Strangely, the Civil War is almost totally absent from the stories.[[note]]It does get a mention in passing when Jesse James' backstory is explained at the beginning of his eponymous album. Also, the Joss Jamon gang is stated to consist of ex-Confederate soldiers from the Civil War on the first page of ''Lucky Luke vs. Joss Jamon''.[[/note]]

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** Strangely, the Civil War is almost totally absent from the stories.[[note]]It does get a mention in passing when Jesse James' backstory is explained at the beginning of his eponymous album. Also, the Joss Jamon gang is stated to consist of ex-Confederate soldiers from the Civil War on the first page of ''Lucky Luke vs. Joss Jamon''. In ''The Singing Wire'', concerns over the beginning of the Civil War is why Lincoln orders completion of the First Transcontinental Telegraph.[[/note]]
21st Jul '17 3:57:50 PM Evilfigment
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** In ''Lucky Luke vs. Pinkerton'', Abraham Lincoln, traveling to his inauguration at the time of the Baltimore plot, refers to having met Lucky Luke in ''The Singing Wire''...but in the Singing Wire, Lincoln is already president and living in the White House.
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