History Comicbook / SuskeEnWiske

23rd Jan '17 4:29:42 AM Morgenthaler
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16th Jan '17 12:37:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: Very stereotyped and/or outdated ideas of certain exotic countries can be found, including Japanese still living in the days of ImperialJapan, Native Americans still living like in the days of TheWildWest and DarkestAfrica full with incompetent and primitive black people. These images have changed, though, since the 1980s.

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* ArtisticLicenseGeography: Very stereotyped and/or outdated ideas of certain exotic countries can be found, including Japanese still living in the days of ImperialJapan, UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan, Native Americans still living like in the days of TheWildWest and DarkestAfrica full with incompetent and primitive black people. These images have changed, though, since the 1980s.
7th Aug '16 6:30:47 AM morenohijazo
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* OldMaid: She still hasn't found a husband after all those years. De story "De Briesende Bruid" ("The Breezing Bride") had her marry, but then the creator erased the entire story, because he felt it would mean the end of their adventures.



* NoahsStoryArc: "De Adelijke Ark" has the characters search for the arc of Ut Napisthum [[note]] The Babylonian counterpart of Noah [[/note]]

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* NoahsStoryArc: "De Adelijke Ark" has the characters search for the arc of Ut Napisthum [[note]] The [[note]]The Babylonian counterpart of Noah Noah, a character in Mesopotamian mythology that is the direct inspiration to Noah. Vandersteen probably used this character to prevent angry letters from Christian readers.[[/note]]



* OldMaid: Tante Sidonia, still trying to find a husband after all those years.

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* OldMaid: Tante Sidonia, still trying to find a husband after all those years. She still hasn't found a husband after all those years. De story "De Briesende Bruid" ("The Breezing Bride") had her marry, but then the creator erased the entire story, because he felt it would mean the end of their adventures.
1st Jun '16 8:09:14 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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''Suske en Wiske'' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America, '''Bob and Bobette''' in France and Israel) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.

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''Suske en Wiske'' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America, '''Bob ''Bob and Bobette''' Bobette'' in France and Israel) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.
21st Apr '16 8:27:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* BoxingKangaroo: In the comic ''De Blinkende Boemerang'' (The Shining Boomerang), Lambik fights a boxing kangaroo in Sydney to win a cash prize. He wins by cheating, so the kangaroo's handlers drop him off in the middle of the jungle.
15th Feb '16 7:14:07 AM MacronNotes
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* LikeADuckTakesToWater: Jerom, who after being unfrozen managed to become in essence a sophisticated everyman, even while retaining his prehistoric HulkSpeak and SuperStrength.



* TheUnfrozenCavemanLawyer: Jerom, who after being unfrozen managed to become in essence a sophisticated everyman, even while retaining his prehistoric HulkSpeak and SuperStrength.
5th Dec '15 9:03:06 AM Omeganian
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''Suske en Wiske'' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.

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''Suske en Wiske'' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America) America, '''Bob and Bobette''' in France and Israel) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.
24th Nov '15 4:04:45 PM StFan
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'''Suske en Wiske''' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.

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'''Suske ''Suske en Wiske''' Wiske'' (''Spike and Suzy'' in English, ''Willy and Wanda'' in America) is a [[PrintLongRunners long-running]] (since 1945) Flemish comic book series,. It was created by Willy Vandersteen (1913-1990), and since his death, a dedicated team of writers and artists have continued publishing new stories. It's aimed at children, but adults have enjoyed it too over the years.



** Marcel Kiekeboe of ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'' has a cameo appearance in "De Speelgoedspiegel" (''The Toy Mirror'')

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** Marcel Kiekeboe of ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'' ''ComicBook/DeKiekeboes'' has a cameo appearance in "De Speelgoedspiegel" (''The Toy Mirror'')



* SpiritualSuccessor: ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'', which is similar in style and content, though a bit more modern and adult. It rivals "Suske en Wiske" in popularity nowadays.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''ComicStrip/DeKiekeboes'', ''ComicBook/DeKiekeboes'', which is similar in style and content, though a bit more modern and adult. It rivals "Suske ''Suske en Wiske" Wiske'' in popularity nowadays.
30th Oct '15 5:05:34 PM Berrenta
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* GoodIsBoring: The main problem with the very bland character Suske. He is so heroic, noble, gentle, brave, caring and honest that he is the least memorable of all the main cast members.
13th Sep '15 3:31:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* ExplodingCloset: Wiske is GenreSavvy (or perhaps just knows the habits of the people she lives with): before opening a medicine cabinet, she places a basin before it and stands back, as the contents falls out of it.

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* ExplodingCloset: Wiske is GenreSavvy (or perhaps just knows the habits of the people she lives with): with: before opening a medicine cabinet, she places a basin before it and stands back, as the contents falls out of it.



* JackassGenie: "De Perenprins" features a genie that always grants the exact opposite of what you wish. For example, when Lambik wished for the genie to give them some allies that didn't have to be very tall, he instead gave their enemies three giants as allies. This is not because the genie is evil or malicious, but more that he is extremely clumsy. He always apologizes afterwards for his screw ups. Eventually both Wiske and Jerom get GenreSavvy enough to realize the genie's flaw, and exploit it by actually wishing for the exact opposite of what they really want. When Jerom defeated the giants, he wished for three more giants. The result: the genie screwed up again and accidently made the three already existing giants disappear, exactly what Jerom really wanted.

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* JackassGenie: "De Perenprins" features a genie that always grants the exact opposite of what you wish. For example, when Lambik wished for the genie to give them some allies that didn't have to be very tall, he instead gave their enemies three giants as allies. This is not because the genie is evil or malicious, but more that he is extremely clumsy. He always apologizes afterwards for his screw ups. Eventually both Wiske and Jerom get GenreSavvy wise enough to realize the genie's flaw, and exploit it by actually wishing for the exact opposite of what they really want. When Jerom defeated the giants, he wished for three more giants. The result: the genie screwed up again and accidently made the three already existing giants disappear, exactly what Jerom really wanted.
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