History ComicStrip / Marmaduke

15th Jan '16 3:28:05 PM DeepthroatGhoul
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Marmaduke is a monstrous Great Dane owned by Phil and Dottie, a stereotypical fifties husband and wife, and their kids, Barbara and Billy. Most of the "jokes" center on Marmaduke being big and/or thinking he's human. The strip seems to exist mainly as the target of SnarkBait, mainly on the repetitive nature that the strip seems to be locked in.
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Marmaduke is a monstrous Great Dane owned by Phil and Dottie, Dottie Winslow, a stereotypical fifties husband and wife, and their kids, Barbara and Billy. Most of the "jokes" center on Marmaduke being big and/or thinking he's human. The strip seems to exist mainly as the target of SnarkBait, mainly on the repetitive nature that the strip seems to be locked in.
7th Sep '15 1:49:10 PM TotemicHero
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Updating with news of his death.
A very long-running comic strip created in 1954 and still run to this day by one Brad Anderson. Originally, Anderson was aided by Phil Leeming and later Dorothy Leeming, but he has held the strip solo since 1969.
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A very long-running comic strip created in 1954 and still run to this day by one Brad Anderson. Originally, Anderson was intially aided by Phil Leeming and later Dorothy Leeming, but he has held came to maintain the strip solo since 1969. for many years. Eventually, he also enlisted his son Paul Anderson to help (2004 onward).

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!Tropes Brad Anderson passed away in August 2015, leaving the future of the strip in Paul's hands. ---- !!Tropes present:
29th Jun '14 6:04:46 PM Rad1986
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Marmaduke is a monstrous Great Dane owned by Phil and Dottie, a stereotypical fifties husband and wife, and their kids, Barbara and Billy. Most of the "jokes" center on Marmaduke being big and/or thinking he's human. The strip seems to exist mainly as the target of SnarkBait anymore, mainly on the repetitive nature that the strip seems to be locked in.
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Marmaduke is a monstrous Great Dane owned by Phil and Dottie, a stereotypical fifties husband and wife, and their kids, Barbara and Billy. Most of the "jokes" center on Marmaduke being big and/or thinking he's human. The strip seems to exist mainly as the target of SnarkBait anymore, SnarkBait, mainly on the repetitive nature that the strip seems to be locked in.

* {{Crossover}}: Marmaduke appeared at the beginning of a [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1991&addr=910331 sunday]] ''{{Garfield}}'' strip. As Garfield realized the fence he was painting his name on was Marmaduke's, he apologized stating [[BreakingTheFourthWall "wrong strip"]].
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* {{Crossover}}: Marmaduke appeared at the beginning of a [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1991&addr=910331 sunday]] Sunday]] ''{{Garfield}}'' strip. As Garfield realized the fence he was painting his name on was Marmaduke's, he apologized stating [[BreakingTheFourthWall "wrong strip"]].
27th Jan '14 8:09:31 PM seuam
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31st Dec '13 11:09:38 AM SeptimusHeap
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Hot Mom has been disambiguated. Examples not clearly fitting into one of the tropes other than Fetish Fuel mentioned on Hot Mom are being removed. If you think it fits one of these tropes, feel free to readd with proper context. Same with Hot Dad.
* HotMom: Surprisingly, Dottie, in a 1950s-frazzled-housewife sort of way.
27th Mar '13 11:54:00 AM luiz4200
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* {{Crossover}}: Marmaduke appeared at the beginning of a [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=1991&addr=910331 sunday]] ''{{Garfield}}'' strip. As Garfield realized the fence he was painting his name on was Marmaduke's, he apologized stating [[BreakingTheFourthWall "wrong strip"]].
15th Feb '13 3:59:13 PM Jeduthun
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* DogWalksYou: A regularly recurring gag.
8th Dec '12 1:55:30 PM MarkLungo
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* AnimatedAdaptation: The 1980 ''{{Heathcliff}}'' TV series (the RubySpears version, not the ''HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'' version) featured animated ''Marmaduke'' segments as well.
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* AnimatedAdaptation: The 1980 ''{{Heathcliff}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Heathcliff}}'' TV series (the RubySpears Creator/RubySpears version, not the ''HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'' ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'' version) featured animated ''Marmaduke'' segments as well.
13th Apr '12 6:40:20 PM MattFisherNL
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* AnimatedAdaptation: The 1980 ''{{Heathcliff}}'' TV series featured animated ''Marmaduke'' segments as well.
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* AnimatedAdaptation: The 1980 ''{{Heathcliff}}'' TV series (the RubySpears version, not the ''HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'' version) featured animated ''Marmaduke'' segments as well.
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