History ComicBook / ZipiYZape

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''.
18th Aug '16 9:56:23 AM 59Efra
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* UnexpectedlyObscureAnswer: Deliberately set up by the twins in ''Olimpiadas escolares'', when trying to prevent a rival team from winning a sports quiz show. They disguise as the show's secretary and present an envelope to the host containing the question "What is the name of the mother of the Zaire national team's goalkeeper?" Obviously, the rival team fails to figure it out.
18th Aug '16 9:51:35 AM 59Efra
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Inverted -- while Escobar's comics were mostly curse word-free, characters were prone to dropping the occasional mild curse in the Ramis-Cera age.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Inverted and downplayed -- while Escobar's comics were mostly curse word-free, characters were prone to dropping the [[GoshDangItToHeck occasional mild curse curse]] in the Ramis-Cera age.
18th Aug '16 9:50:47 AM 59Efra
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Inverted -- while Escobar's comics were mostly curse word-free, characters were prone to dropping the occasional mild curse in the Ramis-Cera age.
18th Aug '16 6:29:09 AM 59Efra
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-->'''Jaimita:''' No, silly... ''(takes the dictionary from Pantuflo and does and "OhCrap" face)'' [[EpicFail You told him "your father's a complete faggot"!]]

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-->'''Jaimita:''' No, silly... ''(takes the dictionary from Pantuflo and does and an "OhCrap" face)'' [[EpicFail You told him "your father's a complete faggot"!]]
18th Aug '16 6:28:13 AM 59Efra
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* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: In ''Robinsones Zapatilla'', Pantuflo tries to communicate with a savage tribe. It doesn't end well.
-->'''Jaimita:''' No, silly... ''(takes the dictionary from Pantuflo and does and "OhCrap" face)'' [[EpicFail You told him "your father's a complete faggot"!]]
30th Jul '16 7:09:32 AM 59Efra
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The popularity of ''Zipi y Zape'' has prompted the creation of derivative works, like video games, an animated TV series in 2003 -- which was [[WrapItUp wrapped up]] with DirectToVideo animation film ''Las monstruosas aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 2005 -- and two live-action movies, ''Las Aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 1981 and ''Zipi y Zape y el club de la canica'' in 2013; a third, ''Zipi y Zape y la isla del capitán'', is set for release on July 2016.

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The popularity of ''Zipi y Zape'' has prompted the creation of derivative works, like video games, an animated TV series in 2003 -- which was [[WrapItUp wrapped up]] with DirectToVideo animation film ''Las monstruosas aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 2005 -- and two three live-action movies, ''Las Aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 1981 and 1981, ''Zipi y Zape y el club de la canica'' in 2013; a third, 2013 and ''Zipi y Zape y la isla del capitán'', is set for release on July capitán'' in 2016.
6th Jul '16 4:35:33 AM 59Efra
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The popularity of ''Zipi y Zape'' has prompted the creation of derivative works, like video games, an animated TV series in 2003 -- which was [[WrapItUp wrapped up]] with DirectToVideo animation film ''Las monstruosas aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 2005 -- and two live-action movies, ''Las Aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 1981 and ''Zipi y Zape y el club de la canica'' in 2013.

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The popularity of ''Zipi y Zape'' has prompted the creation of derivative works, like video games, an animated TV series in 2003 -- which was [[WrapItUp wrapped up]] with DirectToVideo animation film ''Las monstruosas aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 2005 -- and two live-action movies, ''Las Aventuras de Zipi y Zape'' in 1981 and ''Zipi y Zape y el club de la canica'' in 2013.
2013; a third, ''Zipi y Zape y la isla del capitán'', is set for release on July 2016.
29th Jun '16 12:40:46 PM 59Efra
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** And Jaimita is by far the nicest one of the parents. Pantuflo, the father, borders on the AbusiveParents trope, as he's able to punish them for things they've clearly done not deliberately just as if they've done that way, and sometimes for things [[{{Hypocrite}} whose blame is actually hisDoesntLikeGuns]].

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** And Jaimita is by far the nicest one of the parents. Pantuflo, the father, borders on the AbusiveParents trope, as he's able to punish them for things they've clearly done not deliberately just as if they've done that way, and sometimes for things [[{{Hypocrite}} whose blame is he's actually hisDoesntLikeGuns]].the one to blame]].
22nd Jun '16 1:36:06 PM ScorpiusOB1
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** The same happened in the first color ones. Punishments included throwing them into a ''lion-infested room'', sending them packed into a satellite to the stratosphere, or [[FusionDance fusing both brothers into one]], so Pantuflo would always know who did all mischiefs.



* DoesntLikeGuns: Gendarmes (''not'' policemen as it should be, because of censorship) use sabers.
* DrivenByEnvy: Peloto.

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* DoesntLikeGuns: Gendarmes (''not'' policemen as it should be, because of censorship) use sabers.
* DrivenByEnvy: Peloto.
sabers instead of guns.
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