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20th May '16 5:32:47 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* AnachronismStew: Hägar has encountered Myth/KingArthur, Myth/RobinHood, UsefulNotes/AttilaTheHun, Theatre/RichardIII, and Lady Godiva in various strips.

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* AnachronismStew: Hägar Hagar has encountered Myth/KingArthur, Myth/RobinHood, UsefulNotes/AttilaTheHun, Theatre/RichardIII, and Lady Godiva in various strips.


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* NeverLearnedToRead: Hagar, and he regrets it, ''except'' when Helga needs help with bookshelf assembly instructions.
16th May '16 3:35:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheMeaningOfLife: Subverted. We see the old wise man sitting on his mountaintop meditating. Suddenly, he has an epiphany. He stands up and announces "The meaning of life is..." He's interrupted by a loud buzzer and a voice from the sky says "I'm sorry. [[Series/{{Jeopardy}} Your answer must be phrased in the form of a question.]]''
22nd Feb '16 5:37:26 PM Mdumas43073
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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip about a red-bearded Viking, created by Dik Browne in 1973.

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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip about a red-bearded Viking, created by Dik Browne (''ComicStrip/HiAndLois'') in 1973.
22nd Feb '16 5:36:28 PM Mdumas43073
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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip created by Dik Browne in 1973, about a red-bearded Viking. He is married to Helga, who is a formidable woman with bigger horns on her helmet than he has on his. The rest of Hägar's family consists of his young son Hamlet, and a daughter called Honi who is just old enough to be TheIngenue. His best friend is a short guy called Lucky Eddie. This is a gag-a-day Strip set in DarkAgeEurope covering both Viking invasions and sieges (he regularly harasses castles) and Hägar's home life.

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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip about a red-bearded Viking, created by Dik Browne in 1973, about a red-bearded Viking. He 1973.

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is married to Helga, who is a formidable woman with bigger horns on her helmet than he has on his. The rest of Hägar's family consists of his young son Hamlet, and a daughter called Honi who is just old enough to be TheIngenue. His best friend is a short guy called Lucky Eddie. This is a gag-a-day Strip set in DarkAgeEurope covering both Viking invasions and sieges (he regularly harasses castles) and Hägar's home life.
22nd Feb '16 5:35:33 PM Mdumas43073
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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip about a red-bearded Viking. He is married to Helga, who is a formidable woman with bigger horns on her helmet than he has on his. The rest of Hägar's family consists of his young son Hamlet, and a daughter called Honi who is just old enough to be TheIngenue. His best friend is a short guy called Lucky Eddie. This is a gag-a-day Strip set in DarkAgeEurope covering both Viking invasions and sieges (he regularly harasses castles) and Hägar's home life.

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''Hägar the Horrible'' is a classic comic strip created by Dik Browne in 1973, about a red-bearded Viking. He is married to Helga, who is a formidable woman with bigger horns on her helmet than he has on his. The rest of Hägar's family consists of his young son Hamlet, and a daughter called Honi who is just old enough to be TheIngenue. His best friend is a short guy called Lucky Eddie. This is a gag-a-day Strip set in DarkAgeEurope covering both Viking invasions and sieges (he regularly harasses castles) and Hägar's home life.
30th Oct '15 4:02:05 AM VVK
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* RapePillageAndBurn: Hagar his crew pillages a lot, and occasionally burn, but they spare the women. Kids read the strip, after all. (Well, except maybe [[http://hagarthehorrible.com/comics/october-10-2015/ this strip]], but the victim doesn't look all-that unhappy about it.) There are a lot of jokes about this; for example, in a strip, Hagar is leading an army with siege engines and a battering ram against a castle, but it has a sign that says, "No looting and pillaging allowed!" Hagar says, "Gee, I kinda hate to turn back now..."

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* RapePillageAndBurn: Hagar and his crew pillages pillage a lot, and occasionally burn, but they spare burn the women. Kids read the strip, after all. (Well, except maybe [[http://hagarthehorrible.com/comics/october-10-2015/ this strip]], but the victim doesn't look all-that unhappy about it.) place and carry away women for unspecified purposes. There are a lot of jokes about this; for example, in a strip, Hagar is leading an army with siege engines and a battering ram against a castle, but it has a sign that says, "No looting and pillaging allowed!" Hagar says, "Gee, I kinda hate to turn back now..."
30th Oct '15 3:58:17 AM VVK
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* IronicNickname: Lucky Eddie - one longer story does explain he used to be extremely lucky until he was cursed.

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* IronicNickname: Lucky Eddie - -- one longer story does explain he used to be extremely lucky until he was cursed.



* IWasQuiteALooker: Helga apparently used to be beautiful, according to some snarky comments by her husband- it also explains where Honi came from.

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* IWasQuiteALooker: Helga apparently used to be beautiful, according to some snarky comments by her husband- husband -- it also explains where Honi came from.from. One strip has Hägar trying to compliment Honi by saying her mother used to look just like her, which causes her to declare her whole life ruined.
30th Oct '15 3:56:32 AM VVK
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* HornyVikings: And in this strip, if a Viking tells a lie, his horns fall off. (Hagar tends to go through a lot of helmets.)

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* HornyVikings: And in this strip, if a Viking tells a lie, his horns fall off. (Hagar tends to go through a lot of helmets.)) The size of the horns correlates with authority.
11th Oct '15 5:23:45 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* RapePillageAndBurn: Hagar his crew pillages a lot, and occasionally burn, but they spare the women. (Kids read the strip, after all.) There are a lot of jokes about this; for example, in a strip, Hagar is leading an army with siege engines and a battering ram against a castle, but it has a sign that says, "No looting and pillaging allowed!" Hagar says, "Gee, I kinda hate to turn back now..."

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* RapePillageAndBurn: Hagar his crew pillages a lot, and occasionally burn, but they spare the women. (Kids Kids read the strip, after all.all. (Well, except maybe [[http://hagarthehorrible.com/comics/october-10-2015/ this strip]], but the victim doesn't look all-that unhappy about it.) There are a lot of jokes about this; for example, in a strip, Hagar is leading an army with siege engines and a battering ram against a castle, but it has a sign that says, "No looting and pillaging allowed!" Hagar says, "Gee, I kinda hate to turn back now..."
3rd Jul '15 7:49:11 AM themisterfree
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* AnimatedAdaptation: Creator/HannaBarbera did a very good one, which aired as a half-hour TV special back in the 1980s, with Creator/PeterCullen voicing Hägar. Sadly, [[OneEpisodeWonder it never got turned into a series]].

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* AnimatedAdaptation: Creator/HannaBarbera did a very good one, which aired as a half-hour TV special back on Creator/{{CBS}} in the 1980s, 1989 with Creator/PeterCullen voicing Hägar. Sadly, [[OneEpisodeWonder it never got turned into a series]].
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