History ComicBook / Werner

9th Jul '17 10:51:36 AM nombretomado
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* CoolCar: The Metülisator, a car with a radial engine from a WorldWarTwo warbird(!) running on methyl alcohol.

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* CoolCar: The Metülisator, a car with a radial engine from a WorldWarTwo UsefulNotes/WorldWarII warbird(!) running on methyl alcohol.
9th Aug '16 12:57:43 PM Morgenthaler
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* GermanDialects: Various northern ones feature prominently (makes sense, the comic is set in the northernmost part of Germany) After the first movie appeared and Werner for the first time became popular in the whole of Germany many people from the south of Germany thought the language was made up just for the movie and [[RealityIsUnrealistic nobody would really speak like that]].
8th Jan '16 12:29:50 PM phoenix
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* TheBeautifulGame: Not quite that beautiful. The unvoluntary "soccer games" in ''Wer sonst?''/''Beinhart!'' and ''Volle Latte!''/''Gekotzt wird später!'' both follow this principle: Werner tosses a soccer ball into the middle of a crowded place (a market square and a camping lot respectively) and comments on the ensuing chaos like a sports reporter.
7th Nov '15 7:01:47 AM IgoSplashman
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* {{Reconstruction}}: ''Werner - Volle Latte'' is nothing but. It starts out with Werner chewing out Brösel for everything that went wrong with the comic over the years, from the squeaky-clean art-style to Werner's commercialization. All of it presented in glorious greyscale (with a bit of SpotOfColor).

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* {{Reconstruction}}: ''Werner - Volle Latte'' is nothing but. It starts out with Werner chewing out Brösel for everything that went wrong with the comic over the years, from the squeaky-clean art-style to Werner's commercialization. All of it presented in glorious greyscale (with a bit of SpotOfColor).SplashOfColor).
7th Nov '15 7:00:53 AM IgoSplashman
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* {{Reconstruction}}: ''Werner - Volle Latte'' is nothing but. It starts out with Werner chewing out Brösel for everything that went wrong with the comic over the years, from the squeaky-clean art-style to Werner's commercialization. All of it presented in glorious greyscale (with a bit of SpotOfColor).
--> Werner: My life was more colorful when it was black and white!
3rd Jul '15 3:21:14 PM MidnightMan
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* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Prior to the Race, an issue of the ''Newspaper/{{Bild}}'' reported about the upcoming event, including a picture of the [[CoolBike Red Porsche Killer]] with the life-sized wooden Werner sitting on it and its maker Ölfuß standing next to it. ''Bild'' not only misspelled Brösel's real name wrong and reduced the Red Porsche Killer's value to one quarter, but they claimed that it was red (it's actually metallic pink, the photographer should know) and even that it was Brösel himself with a Werner mask sitting on the bike (when it was absolutely obvious that it wasn't a human at all; at least the FourFingeredHands should have been a dead giveaway).
** Brösel's reaction came at the very beginning of the documentary book ''Das Rennen'': He re-wrote the entire newspaper article and deliberately [[UpToEleven turned everything wrong that could be turned wrong]].
3rd Jul '15 3:14:12 PM MidnightMan
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* AuthorAvatar: Some believed that Werner and Brösel are the same person. In fact, however, Brösel's AuthorAvatar has been a Werner look-alike with glasses in the first few books. Around the time when ''Beinhart!'' was produced with Brösel starring as himself in the live-action parts, he drew a more faithful comic version of himself that also appears in later books.

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Some believed that Werner and Brösel are the same person. In fact, however, Brösel's AuthorAvatar has been a Werner look-alike with glasses in the first few books. Around the time when ''Beinhart!'' was produced with Brösel starring as himself in the live-action parts, he drew a more faithful comic version of himself that also appears in later books.books.
** At least for the first two movies, Brösel drew just about ''everyone'' involved in their production.
** Also, when Brösel collaborated with Thomas Platt on the latter's ''Kochbuch für Stümper'', he drew both himself and Platt into the illustrations. Besides, they both appear in two comics in which Platt interviews Brösel.



* CrossOver: Dex & Dogfort appear in ''Volle Latte!'', drawn by Jörg Reymann himself. In retour, Werner appears in the third Dex & Dogfort book, ''Schlachthofgiganten''.

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* CrossOver: CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: Prior to the Race, an issue of the ''Newspaper/{{Bild}}'' reported about the upcoming event, including a picture of the [[CoolBike Red Porsche Killer]] with the life-sized wooden Werner sitting on it and its maker Ölfuß standing next to it. ''Bild'' not only misspelled Brösel's real name wrong and reduced the Red Porsche Killer's value to one quarter, but they claimed that it was red (it's actually metallic pink, the photographer should know) and even that it was Brösel himself with a Werner mask sitting on the bike (when it was absolutely obvious that it wasn't a human at all; at least the FourFingeredHands should have been a dead giveaway).
** Brösel's reaction came at the very beginning of the documentary book ''Das Rennen'': He re-wrote the entire newspaper article and deliberately [[UpToEleven turned everything wrong that could be turned wrong]].
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Dex & Dogfort appear in ''Volle Latte!'', drawn by Jörg Reymann himself. In retour, Werner appears in the third Dex & Dogfort book, ''Schlachthofgiganten''.



* {{Cult}}: The Bhagwan sect in ''Sektenquatsch und Eiermatsch''. In the course of this story, former Bhagwan followers even start a new cult around Werner who manages to send the whole bunch to Tibet to find Master [[SdrawkcabName Renrew]].

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* {{Cult}}: {{Cult}}:
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The Bhagwan sect in ''Sektenquatsch und Eiermatsch''. In the course of this story, former Bhagwan followers even start a new cult around Werner who manages to send the whole bunch to Tibet to find Master [[SdrawkcabName Renrew]].



** In another story, Werner manages to modify a hapless biker's Honda CX 500 (nicknamed "Slurry Pump"/"Güllepumpe" in German) so that the liquid cooling system actually pumps slurry.

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** In another story, Werner manages to modify a hapless biker's Honda CX 500 (nicknamed "Slurry Pump"/"Güllepumpe" in German) German ever since) so that the liquid cooling system actually pumps slurry.



* MediumAwareness: Schinderwerner (''Wer sonst?'') who tears up book pages and stains them with ink.

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* MediumAwareness: MediumAwareness:
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Schinderwerner (''Wer sonst?'') who tears up book pages and stains them with ink.



* StuffBlowingUp: Often at the climax of the story.

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* StuffBlowingUp: Often at the climax of the story. ''Very'' often if Röhrich is involved.



* ToiletHumor

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* ToiletHumorToiletHumor: Inevitable in the ''Lehrjahre'' stories, but not at all absent outside them either.
19th May '15 10:08:10 AM nombretomado
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** [[{{Asterix}} A black guy who can't pronounce the letter "R"]] selling seafood.

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** [[{{Asterix}} [[ComicBook/{{Asterix}} A black guy who can't pronounce the letter "R"]] selling seafood.
1st May '15 2:59:58 PM MidnightMan
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* ConspicuousCG: ''Volles Rooäää!!!'' introduces CGI in the opening through which Werner rides on the [[CoolBike Satte Literschüssel]]. The CGI is quite obvious by itself already, but it also appears in a stark contrast to how similar scenes were animated in ''Beinhart!''


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* InkSuitActor: Brösel's brother Andi and Werner's brother Andi are pretty much the same person.
14th Feb '15 12:19:22 PM MidnightMan
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* BigNo: Günter ("Spironolactonil-ratiopharm") when he escapes from the ''second floor'' of the hospital.
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