History ComicBook / Pafman

23rd Nov '15 3:30:49 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* HurlItIntoTheSun: One strip ends with Pafman and Pafcat sending a monster that feeds on energy to the Sun [[spoiler: you can guess it's a ''very'' bad idea. The strip ends with a vignette of the two in darkness, while a newspaper mentions that, how the monster is having fun crushing countries poking with the pinkie, and ends blaming and insulting the two protagonists.]]
8th Oct '15 9:18:44 PM nombretomado
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Pafman began in 1987 as a weekly 2-page comic with self-contained stories in the {{Mortadelo|YFilemon}} magazine. The series changed to a 4-pages format and, later, Cera started to create long stories beside the self-contained ones. In 1996 Ediciones B (the publisher) closed all its magazines and discontinued all its comics except ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' and ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}''.

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Pafman began in 1987 as a weekly 2-page comic with self-contained stories in the {{Mortadelo|YFilemon}} ComicBook/{{Mortadelo|YFilemon}} magazine. The series changed to a 4-pages format and, later, Cera started to create long stories beside the self-contained ones. In 1996 Ediciones B (the publisher) closed all its magazines and discontinued all its comics except ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' and ''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}''.
8th Aug '15 1:08:43 PM SpinAttaxx
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* ExecutiveMeddling: ''Crónicas de Pafman: En la tierra mediocre'' was printed without any painting despite Cera's intention of being coloured.



* MadScientist: Pafcat

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* MadScientist: PafcatPafcat.



* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Mafrune, a character who appears in this and other series of the author was used a generic secondary character, his profession being wathever the plot demanded, but in the last strips his job is fixed as a policeman boss of the characters.
** Also Malfendi, one of the recurring villains. His job changing between stories (and even between vignettes) is a RunningGag.



* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs?: Mafrune, a character who appears in this and other series of the author was used a generic secondary character, his profession being wathever the plot demanded, but in the last strips his job is fixed as a policeman boss of the characters.
** Also Malfendi, one of the recurring villains. His job changing between stories (and even between vignettes) is a RunningGag.

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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs?: Mafrune, a character who appears in this and other series of the author was used a generic secondary character, his profession being wathever the plot demanded, but in the last strips his job is fixed as a policeman boss of the characters.
** Also Malfendi, one of the recurring villains. His job changing between stories (and even between vignettes) is a RunningGag.
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16th Feb '14 3:59:04 PM morenohijazo
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Pafman began in 1987 as a weekly 2-page comic with self-contained stories in the {{Mortadelo|YFilemon}} magazine. The series changed to a 4-pages format and, later, Cera started to create long stories beside the self-contained ones. In 1996 Ediciones B (the publisher) closed all its magazines and discontinued all its comics except ''Mortadelo y Filemón'' and ''SuperLopez''.

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Pafman began in 1987 as a weekly 2-page comic with self-contained stories in the {{Mortadelo|YFilemon}} magazine. The series changed to a 4-pages format and, later, Cera started to create long stories beside the self-contained ones. In 1996 Ediciones B (the publisher) closed all its magazines and discontinued all its comics except ''Mortadelo y Filemón'' ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' and ''SuperLopez''.
''ComicBook/{{Superlopez}}''.
28th Jul '13 1:40:30 PM Willbyr
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Pafman is a spanish comic series created by Joaquín Cera. It features the adventures of Pafman, [[WordOfGod the world's dumbest superhero]], and [[FunnyAnimal Pafcat]], his MadScientist sidekick.

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Pafman is a spanish Spanish comic series created by Joaquín Cera. It features the adventures of Pafman, [[WordOfGod the world's dumbest superhero]], and [[FunnyAnimal Pafcat]], his MadScientist sidekick.



In 2004 Pafman came back with a long-story album per year but, since then, the series is being threatened of cancellation because of low sales.[[hottip:*:Pafman's sales are pretty good for the Spanish market, but Ediciones B seems to be used to the big figures of Mortadelo y Filemón and, somewhat, thinks that Pafman's aren't high enough.]]

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In 2004 Pafman came back with a long-story album per year but, since then, the series is being threatened of cancellation because of low sales.[[hottip:*:Pafman's [[note]]Pafman's sales are pretty good for the Spanish market, but Ediciones B seems to be used to the big figures of Mortadelo y Filemón and, somewhat, thinks that Pafman's aren't high enough.]]
[[/note]]
5th Jun '13 3:04:58 PM Milarqui
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* MediumAwareness: In one of the strips Pafman knows the true nature of the villain (he is an antrophomorfical couch) by reading the script (but he initially claims not being able to read to fool the villain)
* MirandaRights: In one comic the main characters say the lines "everything you say could be used against you". The bad guy ask what that does mean, so they take the speech balloon that contains this question and smash it in his face.

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* MediumAwareness: In one of the strips Pafman knows the true nature of the villain (he is an antrophomorfical couch) by reading the script (but he initially claims not being able to read to fool the villain)
villain).
* MirandaRights: In one comic the main characters say the lines "everything you say could be used against you". you" against someone. The bad guy ask what that does mean, so they take the speech balloon that contains this question and smash it in his face.
23rd Jan '13 2:09:35 PM Milarqui
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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs?: Mafrune, a character who appears in this and other series of the author was used a generic secondary character, his proffesion being wathever the plot demanded, but in the last strips his job is fixed as a policeman boss of the characters.

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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs?: Mafrune, a character who appears in this and other series of the author was used a generic secondary character, his proffesion profession being wathever the plot demanded, but in the last strips his job is fixed as a policeman boss of the characters.characters.
** Also Malfendi, one of the recurring villains. His job changing between stories (and even between vignettes) is a RunningGag.
17th Sep '12 9:40:19 AM fr
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* HeroicBSOD: Pafman, near the end of "En Tierra Mediocre", he ended so depressed for [[spoiler: his allies betrayal, who start to pummel him]] that he ignored their attacks completely, absorbed by his HeroicBSOD.

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* HeroicBSOD: Pafman, near the end of "En Tierra Mediocre", he ended so depressed for [[spoiler: his allies betrayal, who start to pummel him]] that he completely ignored their attacks completely, attacks, absorbed by his HeroicBSOD.
17th Sep '12 9:38:36 AM fr
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* HeroicBSOD: Pafman, near the end of "En Tierra Mediocre", he ended so depressed for [[spoiler: his allies betrayal, who start to pummel him]] that he ignored their attacks completely, absorbed by his HeroicBSOD.


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** SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Even though Tina is usually free from slapstick, she gets this trope in Pafman In USA in spades (she even {{Lampshades}} it in the comic telling that she is not used to "these kind of things" like Pafman and Pafcat after getting blown up in an explosion with them). Other females in the series suffer this trope as well, like the AngelinaJolie expy who appears in "Agente Cero Patatero"
29th Aug '12 4:58:07 PM Shirokuri
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In 2004 Pafman came back with a long-stoy album per year but, since then, the series is being threatened of cancellation because of low sales.[[hottip:*:Pafman's sales are pretty good for the Spanish market, but Ediciones B seems to be used to the big figures of Mortadelo y Filemón and, somewhat, thinks that Pafman's aren't high enough.]]

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In 2004 Pafman came back with a long-stoy long-story album per year but, since then, the series is being threatened of cancellation because of low sales.[[hottip:*:Pafman's sales are pretty good for the Spanish market, but Ediciones B seems to be used to the big figures of Mortadelo y Filemón and, somewhat, thinks that Pafman's aren't high enough.]]



* AllGermansAreNazis: Averted in the strip titled 1944 in wich the characters specifically say to the readers that this is not the case.

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* AllGermansAreNazis: Averted in the strip story titled 1944 in wich the characters specifically say to the readers that this is not the case.



* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Pillina and Lupo, two minions who dies in almost every strip they appear.

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* TheyKilledKennyAgain: Pillina and Lupo, two minions who dies die in almost every strip they appear.
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