History ComicBook / Superlopez

29th Aug '16 7:17:36 PM Arkadi
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* ShaggySearchTechnique: twice in Pandora's Box. Played straight the first time, then [[InvokedTrope invoked]] and [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] the second time, when Superlópez tries to [[GenreSavvy play it smart]] and [[ExploitedTrope make it work for him.]]

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* ShaggySearchTechnique: twice in Pandora's Box. Played straight the first time, then [[InvokedTrope invoked]] and [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] the second time, when Superlópez tries to [[GenreSavvy play it smart]] and [[ExploitedTrope make it work for him.]] (Spoiler: it doesn't)
17th Aug '16 4:35:56 AM 59Efra
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* ReadingAheadOfTheScript: Superlópez in one of the short stories of ''La aventura está en la esquina'':

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* ReadingAheadOfTheScript: ReadingAheadInTheScript: Superlópez in one of the short stories of ''La aventura está en la esquina'':
17th Aug '16 4:34:29 AM 59Efra
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* MsFanservice: Actress Valerie Astro from ''La gran superproducción''. Apparently she gets typecast in roles that require her to show her body, to the point that she actually finds having to act dressed insulting.

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* MsFanservice: Actress Valerie Astro from ''La gran superproducción''. Apparently she gets typecast in roles that require her to show her body, body and she's grown used to it, to the point that she actually finds having to act dressed insulting.


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* ReadingAheadOfTheScript: Superlópez in one of the short stories of ''La aventura está en la esquina'':
-->'''Superlópez:''' I have a feeling that Al Trapone is behind this! It's in the script!
12th Aug '16 5:37:05 AM 59Efra
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* MsFanservice: Actress Valerie Astro from ''La gran superproducción''. Apparently she gets typecast in roles that require her to show her body, to the point that she actually finds having to act dressed insulting.
26th Jun '16 9:40:52 AM Arkadi
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* ShaggySearchTechnique: twice in Pandora's Box. Played straight the first time, then [[InvokedTrope invoked]] and [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] the second time, when Superlópez tries to [[GenreSavvy play it smart]] and [[ExploitedTrope make it work for him.]]
2nd Jun '16 7:33:23 AM 59Efra
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The franchise started off as a weekly comic strip, with a completely different setup from its modern day incarnation. For starters, López was ''married'', in a borderline AwfulWeddedLife to boot, [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman and he received his powers from his suit]]. Also, the focus was in the slapstick humor, rather than in creating a narrative. However, like other Spanish comic books of its genre like ComicBoock/MortadeloYFilemon and ComicBook/ZipyYZape, it eventually evolved into short stories, and then into long stories. Along the way, the franchise was completely [[ContinuityReboot rebooted]] to resemble more to the traditional status-quo of Superman (López [[{{Retgone}} wasn't married anymore]], he always has his powers, and Luisa and Jaime were introduced).

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The franchise started off as a weekly comic strip, with a completely different setup from its modern day incarnation. For starters, López was ''married'', in a borderline AwfulWeddedLife to boot, [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman and he received his powers from his suit]]. Also, the focus was in the slapstick humor, rather than in creating a narrative. However, like other Spanish comic books of its genre like ComicBoock/MortadeloYFilemon and ComicBook/ZipyYZape, ComicBook/ZipiYZape, it eventually evolved into short stories, and then into long stories. Along the way, the franchise was completely [[ContinuityReboot rebooted]] to resemble more to the traditional status-quo of Superman (López [[{{Retgone}} wasn't married anymore]], he always has his powers, and Luisa and Jaime were introduced).
27th Apr '16 8:17:55 AM buckmana
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* HatesMySecretyIdentity: Inverted that Luisa loves Juan Lopez but downright hates Superlopez, whom she dismisses constantly as a "Mr. Ordinary Guy".

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* HatesMySecretyIdentity: HatesMySecretIdentity: Inverted that Luisa loves Juan Lopez but downright hates Superlopez, whom she dismisses constantly as a "Mr. Ordinary Guy".
27th Apr '16 8:17:13 AM buckmana
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* HatesMySecretyIdentity: Inverted that Luisa loves Juan Lopez but downright hates Superlopez, whom she dismisses constantly as a "Mr. Ordinary Guy".
29th Mar '16 9:31:42 AM 59Efra
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* SingleMindedTwins: Jaime's cousins Adolf and Rodolf from ''Al centro de la tierra'' are this... whenever they're not fighting each other, at least.

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* SingleMindedTwins: [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] with Jaime's cousins Adolf and Rodolf from ''Al centro de la tierra'' tierra''. They really are this... whenever they're not fighting each other, at least.able to think as one, but when one of them makes the other angry, a fight between them is sure to break out.
14th Mar '16 5:21:05 AM 59Efra
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** Done on purpose by Monina Papino to knock out Katiusko on ''El caserón fantasma''.
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