History ComicStrip / RupertBear

22nd Aug '17 8:06:37 AM GrammarNavi
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Rupert has had several TV series, the most popular being a [[TheNineties 1990s]] animated cartoon series produced by {{Nelvana}}. Rupert also appeared in Music/PaulMcCartney's 1984 music video "We All Stand Together"; [=McCartney=] also made an animated video starring Rupert called ''Rupert and the Frog Song''.

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Rupert has had several TV series, the most popular being a [[TheNineties 1990s]] animated cartoon series produced by {{Nelvana}}.Creator/{{Nelvana}}. Rupert also appeared in Music/PaulMcCartney's 1984 music video "We All Stand Together"; [=McCartney=] also made an animated video starring Rupert called ''Rupert and the Frog Song''.
15th Jul '17 10:15:54 AM nombretomado
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The story's setting is the village of Nutwood, which resembles an idealized version of an English village in the early [[TheThirties 1930s]]. Rupert's adventures are very diverse, appealing to many aspects of fantasy. Unlike most modern comic strips, ''Rupert'' has always been produced in the form of illustrations accompanying text, as opposed to text being incorporated into the art through the use of SpeechBubbles. Rupert is notable for having survived the years of WorldWarII. Annuals have been released every year since 1936.

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The story's setting is the village of Nutwood, which resembles an idealized version of an English village in the early [[TheThirties 1930s]]. Rupert's adventures are very diverse, appealing to many aspects of fantasy. Unlike most modern comic strips, ''Rupert'' has always been produced in the form of illustrations accompanying text, as opposed to text being incorporated into the art through the use of SpeechBubbles. Rupert is notable for having survived the years of WorldWarII.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. Annuals have been released every year since 1936.
2nd Apr '17 11:09:28 AM nombretomado
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Rupert has had several TV series, the most popular being a [[TheNineties 1990s]] animated cartoon series produced by {{Nelvana}}. Rupert also appeared in {{Paul McCartney}}'s 1984 music video "We All Stand Together"; [=McCartney=] also made an animated video starring Rupert called ''Rupert and the Frog Song''.

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Rupert has had several TV series, the most popular being a [[TheNineties 1990s]] animated cartoon series produced by {{Nelvana}}. Rupert also appeared in {{Paul McCartney}}'s Music/PaulMcCartney's 1984 music video "We All Stand Together"; [=McCartney=] also made an animated video starring Rupert called ''Rupert and the Frog Song''.
23rd Feb '17 6:33:38 AM CaptainTedium
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* DefeatMeansFriendship

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* DefeatMeansFriendshipDefeatMeansFriendship: Rupert has managed to befriend some of his enemies, one of the most notable examples being the troublesome twig troll Raggety.
23rd Feb '17 1:35:08 AM CaptainTedium
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* AnIcePerson: Jack Frost and [[EvilCounterpart Billy Blizzard]].

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* AnIcePerson: Jack Frost and [[EvilCounterpart Billy Blizzard]].Blizzard]] both have ice powers.



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharactersLoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: There a quite a lot of characters, which is to be expected from a comic strip that's been going on for over 90 years.



* SpeciesSurname

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* SpeciesSurnameSpeciesSurname: Other than the title character being a bear whose last name is Bear, there are many examples, such as Rupert's friends consisting of a badger named Bill Badger, a pig named Podgy Pig, and others.
22nd Feb '17 1:01:15 PM CaptainTedium
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* MrImagination: Rupert's parents ''assume'' their son is this... WordOfGod says they're wrong.

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* MrImagination: Rupert's parents ''assume'' their son is this...son's outlandish stories of his adventures are signs of an overactive imagination... WordOfGod says they're wrong.
30th Mar '16 12:29:51 AM Maniago
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* IronicName: bordering on BlindIdiotTranslation; in the Dutch dub, [[DubNameChange Rupert's name is changed to]]....Bruintje (Browny), despite the character having white fur.
13th Jan '16 2:58:43 PM LondonKdS
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* NarrativePoem: A distinctive feature of the strip and annuals is that there are two parallel text narrations. One is detailed prose, while the other, for younger children, consists of a single rhyming couplet for every four panels.

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* NarrativePoem: A distinctive feature of the strip and annuals is that there are two parallel text narrations. One is detailed prose, while the other, for younger children, consists of a single rhyming couplet for every four panels.panel.
13th Jan '16 2:57:56 PM LondonKdS
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* NarrativePoem: A distinctive feature of the strip and annuals is that there are two parallel text narrations. One is detailed prose, while the other, for younger children, consists of a single rhyming couple for every four panels.

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* NarrativePoem: A distinctive feature of the strip and annuals is that there are two parallel text narrations. One is detailed prose, while the other, for younger children, consists of a single rhyming couple couplet for every four panels.
13th Jan '16 3:56:45 AM LondonKdS
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* NarrativePoem: A distinctive feature of the strip and annuals is that there are two parallel text narrations. One is detailed prose, while the other, for younger children, consists of a single rhyming couple for every four panels.
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