History ComicStrip / Heathcliff

10th Oct '17 9:12:53 PM Jeduthun
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* MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext: [[http://heathcliff.wikia.com/wiki/Garbage_Ape Garbage Ape]] shows up to Heathcliff's delight and knocks over the neighborhood trash cans. He makes regular appearances, with no more explanation than that. Oh, and he has a sidekick: Trash Chimp.
7th Aug '17 5:16:58 PM Psi001
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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Creator/RubySpears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by Creator/DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.

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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Creator/RubySpears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by Creator/DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. Heathcliff became renowned as one of iconic voice actor {{Creator/Mel Blanc}}'s final original roles, voicing him in both cartoons.

A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.
7th Aug '17 5:08:36 PM Psi001
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* TheSpeechless: This is how the casual reader can tell the difference between Heathcliff and [[ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} the other guy]]. Heathcliff understands language but never actually says anything. Notable in that there are talking animals in the strip, e.g. birds and mice.

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* TheSpeechless: This is how the casual reader can tell the difference between Heathcliff and [[ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} the other guy]]. Heathcliff understands language but never actually says anything. Notable in that there are talking animals in the strip, e.g. birds and mice. Curiously both cartoons subvert this by making Heathcliff even more of a mouthy wise guy than the latter (quips provided by none other than Creator/MelBlanc).
4th Mar '17 2:14:27 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBookAdaptation: 1985 to 1991 through MarvelComics, beating ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' by 27 years.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: 1985 to 1991 through MarvelComics, Creator/MarvelComics, beating ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' by 27 years.
5th Aug '15 9:22:40 AM TrustBen
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* TheSpeechless: This is how the casual reader can tell the difference between Heathcliff and [[ComicStrip/{{Garfield}} the other guy]]. Heathcliff understands language but never actually says anything. Notable in that there are talking animals in the strip, e.g. birds and mice.
15th Jun '15 9:27:13 AM KoopaKid17
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* WereStillRelevantDammit: A 2013 strip mentions Facebook.
15th Jun '15 9:26:54 AM KoopaKid17
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* WereStillRelevantDammit: A 2013 strip mentions Facebook.
6th Mar '14 6:32:39 PM Lakija
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* TheAnticipator: PlayedForLaughs where a mouse is able to sneak past a sleeping Heathcliff with ease, before getting hit with a {{rolling pin|Of Doom}} by his wife who then tells him, "Sneak by Heathcliff, but you won't sneak by me!"
29th Jan '13 6:28:03 PM MattFisherNL
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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Creator/RubySpears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.

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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Creator/RubySpears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by DICEntertainment, Creator/DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.
8th Dec '12 1:58:03 PM MarkLungo
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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Ruby-Spears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.

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The strip is also notable in that it had ''two'' cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Ruby-Spears Creator/RubySpears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of ''ComicStrip/{{Marmaduke}}''. The second and more familiar one, produced by DICEntertainment, came in 1984, paired with the ''Catillac Cats''. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground.
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