History Comicbook / Blacksad

8th Jul '16 6:27:09 AM trixus
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* CombatPragmatist: Blacksad fights dirty when odds are bad.



* CopsNeedTheVigilante: Commissioner Smirnov gives Blacksad free reign to avenge Natalia's death after he tried to investigate her murder through the official channels but was [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections quickly shut down when it got too high up]]. After Blacksad kills the wealthy businessman responsible for the murder in a VigilanteExecution, Smirnov even covers for him by lying right in front of the two employees who saw Blacksad carry out the act. He is not especially proud of it though.



* CopsNeedTheVigilante: Commissioner Smirnov gives Blacksad free reign to avenge Natalia's death after he tried to investigate her murder through the official channels but was [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections quickly shut down when it got too high up]]. After Blacksad kills the wealthy businessman responsible for the murder in a VigilanteExecution, Smirnov even covers for him by lying right in front of the two employees who saw Blacksad carry out the act.


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* CurbStompBattle: Most fights are short and rather brutal. Either the biggest animal wipe the floor with smaller one or the smaller one is armed and sucker punch the big animal.
6th Jul '16 3:26:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* CopsNeedTheVigilante: Commissioner Smirnov gives Blacksad free reign to avenge Natalia's death after he tried to investigate her murder through the official channels but was [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections quickly shut down when it got too high up]]. After Blacksad kills the wealthy businessman responsible for the murder in a VigilanteExecution, Smirnov even covers for him by lying right in front of the two employees who saw Blacksad carry out the act.
4th Jul '16 11:17:11 PM JJIncognitus
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* DeadlyDodging: Provides the page image.
4th Jun '16 6:17:09 AM Doug86
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* WarIsHell: Subtly implied by Blacksad in ''Amarillo'', when he mentions that he [[WorldWarII went to Europe]] without getting any good memories.

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* WarIsHell: Subtly implied by Blacksad in ''Amarillo'', when he mentions that he [[WorldWarII [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII went to Europe]] without getting any good memories.
2nd Jun '16 2:35:09 PM Random888
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** Senator [[MeaningfulName Gallo]] is a cockerel, and is also an obvious ShoutOut to Senator Joseph [=McCarthy=].

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** Senator [[MeaningfulName Gallo]] is a cockerel, and is also an obvious ShoutOut to Senator Joseph [=McCarthy=].UsefulNotes/JosephMcCarthy.
5th May '16 7:48:40 PM trixus
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* TragicVillain: The lizard henchman of the first volume. Most of his background implies he was just a guy from the ghetto who got hired to be a valet for a man he despised. Then he saw a gruesome murder that gave him finally a chance to blackmail himself a cozy life, which Blacksad seems to have planned that too (the henchman never realized Blacksad's motives to investigate). He ends up lamenting that while his boss was a SoreLoser, himself was just a loser.
5th May '16 8:10:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* BadassBiker: a gang of them in the fifth book. Amusingly, all of them are ''sheep''.

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* BadassBiker: a gang of them in the fifth book. Amusingly, all of them are ''sheep''. They're a friendly bunch though, allowing Blacksad to ride with them when his car is stolen.
22nd Apr '16 5:33:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Blackmail}}: Statoc's lizard henchman was so disgusted with his murder of Natalia and Leon that he took the gun that Statoc used to blackmail his former boss. He thinks that Blacksad is trying to pull a similar scheme.
31st Mar '16 4:06:19 AM Julep
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* BrickJoke: In the first scene of ''Amarillo'', Abe Greenberg burns his own poetry and says that the place of Neal's novel (written on a roll of paper) is "in a bathroom so people can wipe their ass with it". [[spoiler:In the end, Neal ends up leaving the roll in a bathroom of a train station in Chicago, where someone finds it and starts reading it]].
31st Mar '16 2:23:32 AM Julep
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* WarIsHell: Subtly implied by Blacksad in ''Amarillo'', when he mentions that he [[WorldWarII went to Europe]] without getting any good memories.
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