History ComicBook / ZipiYZape

21st Oct '17 9:03:58 AM 59Efra
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-->'''Pantuflo:''' You, Bolete, aren't a great goalkeeper, but I've seen you pull off impossible saves... You remember?

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-->'''Pantuflo:''' You, Bolete, aren't a great goalkeeper, but at the school playground, I've seen you pull off impossible saves... You remember?



-->'''Pantuflo:''' I've seen Sapientín do impressive things playing as a defender... ''[flashback of Sapientín burying himself in the pitch and pulling his hand out so that the opposing striker can't pass]''

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-->'''Pantuflo:''' I've -->'''Pantuflo:''' ...and Peloto knows how to stop an opposing striker... ''[flashback of Peloto raising his leg during a match so that his loosened boot goes right into the mouth of the opponent]''
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seen Sapientín do impressive incredible things playing as a defender... ''[flashback of Sapientín burying himself in the pitch and pulling his hand out so that the opposing striker can't pass]''
19th Oct '17 7:55:14 AM 59Efra
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-->... and I've never seen anyone faster with the ball than Zipi. ''[flashback of Zipi running for his life after breaking a window with the ball]''

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-->... and I've never seen anyone faster with the ball than Zipi. ''[flashback of Zipi running for his life after breaking a window with the ball]''BrokenGlassPenalty]''
19th Oct '17 7:53:19 AM 59Efra
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* RousingSpeech: Combined with flashbacks for hilarious effect in the Ramis-Cera age story ''Olimpiadas escolares''. The twins, Peloto, Sapientín and Bolete are in Brazil to play a futsal match against some members of Brazil's national soccer team. At halftime, the Brazilian squad is curb-stomping them 6-0 and Pantuflo decides to step in:

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* RousingSpeech: Combined with flashbacks for hilarious effect in the Ramis-Cera age story ''Olimpiadas escolares''. The twins, Peloto, Sapientín and Bolete are in Brazil to play a futsal match against some members of Brazil's national soccer team. At halftime, the Brazilian squad is curb-stomping them 6-0 5-0 and Pantuflo decides to step in:
19th Oct '17 7:52:46 AM 59Efra
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* RousingSpeech: Combined with flashbacks for hilarious effect in the Ramis-Cera age story ''Olimpiadas escolares''. The twins, Peloto, Sapientín and Bolete are in Brazil to play a futsal match against some members of Brazil's national soccer team. At halftime, the Brazilian squad is curb-stomping them 6-0 and Pantuflo decides to step in:
-->'''Pantuflo:''' You, Bolete, aren't a great goalkeeper, but I've seen you pull off impossible saves... You remember?
-->'''Bolete:''' That's true! ''[flashback of Bolete using sheer strength to lean the goal so that the ball won't go in]''
-->'''Pantuflo:''' You, Zape, know how to distract defenders...
-->'''Zape:''' I sure do... ''[flashback of Zape distracting a defender [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior with a Playboy]] [[DistractedByTheSexy centerfold]]]''
-->'''Pantuflo:''' I've seen Sapientín do impressive things playing as a defender... ''[flashback of Sapientín burying himself in the pitch and pulling his hand out so that the opposing striker can't pass]''
-->... and I've never seen anyone faster with the ball than Zipi. ''[flashback of Zipi running for his life after breaking a window with the ball]''
19th Oct '17 7:38:32 AM 59Efra
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* DeliveryStork: In ''El tonel del tiempo'', the twins use the titular barrel to time-travel to the day they were born. They come out of the barrel as babies, with the stork holding both of them... and have to pull off one of their shenanigans to prevent their own delivery from suffering a last-minute change of destination.
10th Jul '17 2:07:28 PM xcountryguy
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30th Jan '17 1:14:03 PM Brynhild.Svanhvit
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** Minor detail: Terre and Moto are not twins. Terre is the older brother, and Moto is two or three years his junior. The pilot story when they are introduced ends with the family celebrating the newborn Moto christening, and Terre is already a toddler able to stand by himself.
20th Dec '16 10:46:36 AM Xtifr
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'''Zipi y Zape''' are the names of two iconic Spanish comic book characters created by José Escobar Saliente in 1947, and of their eponymous strip. With ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon, they are the most popular and most translated Spanish comic books. Their name is derived from the Spanish word ''zipizape'', meaning "turmoil" or "chaos". This word is seriously outdated though and most people under 60/70 will probably think of the comic book if you say it.

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'''Zipi ''Zipi y Zape''' Zape'' are the names of two iconic Spanish comic book characters created by José Escobar Saliente in 1947, and of their eponymous strip. With ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon, they are the most popular and most translated Spanish comic books. Their name is derived from the Spanish word ''zipizape'', meaning "turmoil" or "chaos". This word is seriously outdated though and most people under 60/70 will probably think of the comic book if you say it.
19th Sep '16 3:17:05 AM 59Efra
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* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: In ''Robinsones Zapatilla'', Pantuflo tries to communicate with a savage tribe. It doesn't end well.

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* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: In ''Robinsones Zapatilla'', with the entire family taking part in a ''Series/{{Survivor}}''-like reality show, Pantuflo tries to communicate with a savage tribe. It doesn't end well.
27th Aug '16 3:28:57 AM morenohijazo
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** Mr. Pantuflo, in the later Escobar strips (the ones which are mostly avaliable), is a saint in comparison with his incarnation in the older, black and white ones, in which he punished his sons with incredibly brutal and sadistic penalties, such as crushing them with a huge steamroller, tying them to a bed of spikes with a large and scary boulder over their head or abandoning them in the middle of the sea. By far, the most disturbing of all is one strip in which Mr. Pantuflo puts them on a guillotine ''with a basket at the bottom to collect their severed heads''.

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** Mr. Pantuflo, in the later Escobar strips (the ones which are mostly avaliable), available), is a saint in comparison with his incarnation in the older, black and white ones, in which he punished his sons with incredibly brutal and sadistic penalties, such as crushing them with a huge steamroller, tying them to a bed of spikes with a large and scary boulder over their head or abandoning them in the middle of the sea. By far, the most disturbing of all is one strip in which Mr. Pantuflo puts them on a guillotine ''with a basket at the bottom to collect their severed heads''.
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