History Comicbook / Viz

22nd Mar '16 8:57:09 PM Angeldeb82
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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by Creator/DCThomson, the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)

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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by Creator/DCThomson, the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] property]]. (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)



* BritishAccents: many, mostly Geordie, but also cockney, Essex, Glasgow, Yorkshire etc.

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* BritishAccents: many, UsefulNotes/BritishAccents: Many, mostly Geordie, but also cockney, Essex, Glasgow, Yorkshire etc.



* TheVicar: parodied and inverted to the nth degree in the person of Paul Whicker the Tall Vicar, a violent, dishonest, lecherous, foul-mouthed hypocrite.

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* TheVicar: parodied Parodied and inverted to the nth degree in the person of Paul Whicker the Tall Vicar, a violent, dishonest, lecherous, foul-mouthed hypocrite.



* ViolentGlaswegian: occasionally, although violent Geordies are more common.

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* ViolentGlaswegian: occasionally, Occasionally, although violent Geordies are more common.
22nd Mar '16 8:55:43 PM Angeldeb82
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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by [[Creator/DCThomson DC Thomson]], the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)

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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by [[Creator/DCThomson DC Thomson]], Creator/DCThomson, the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)



* {{BBW}} The Fat Slags. It might not sound like it, but The Fat Slags is all about two heavily overweight women who nonetheless have sex several times a day, with a different man almost every time.



* {{Big Beautiful Wom|an}}en: The Fat Slags. It might not sound like it, but The Fat Slags is all about two heavily overweight women who nonetheless have sex several times a day, with a different man almost every time.



* {{Bridezilla}}: Wendy Haystacks, who appeared in a Sid The Sexist strip. [[ItMakesSenseInContext Sid accidentally proposes to her when all he wanted to do was to ask her to give him a blow-job]]. Wendy then becomes a very horrifying Bridezilla, verging back and forth between TastesLikeDiabetes and BitchInSheepsClothing, while Sid becomes a HenpeckedHusband even before they have got married.

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* {{Bridezilla}}: Wendy Haystacks, who appeared in a Sid The Sexist strip. [[ItMakesSenseInContext Sid accidentally proposes to her when all he wanted to do was to ask her to give him a blow-job]]. blow-job.]] Wendy then becomes a very horrifying Bridezilla, verging back and forth between TastesLikeDiabetes and BitchInSheepsClothing, while Sid becomes a HenpeckedHusband even before they have got married.



** Mr. Snodworthy from Tinribs, who can't seem to last a whole strip without being gruesomely disembowled.

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** Mr. Snodworthy from Tinribs, who can't seem to last a whole strip without being gruesomely disembowled.disemboweled.



* DumbBlonde: Sandra. [[DependingOnTheArtist Except when she's a dumb redhead]].
* {{Eagleland}}: Type 2, obviously. Stock American stereotypes crop up now and again; [[CowBoy cowboys]], trigger happy [[GunNut gun nuts]], [[TheCheerleader cheerleaders]], [[ValleyGirl valley girls]], [[FrivolousLawsuit frivolous lawsuits]] etc.

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* DumbBlonde: Sandra. [[DependingOnTheArtist Except when she's a dumb redhead]].
redhead.]]
* {{Eagleland}}: Type 2, obviously. Stock American stereotypes crop up now and again; [[CowBoy cowboys]], {{cowboy}}s, trigger happy [[GunNut gun nuts]], {{gun nut}}s, [[TheCheerleader cheerleaders]], [[ValleyGirl valley girls]], [[FrivolousLawsuit frivolous lawsuits]] {{valley girl}}s, {{frivolous lawsuit}}s, etc.



* EuropeansAreKinky: [[RunningGag Any time]] a German person appears in a strip, they will be into [[{{Squick}} scat]]. No, not {{TabletopGame/Skat}}.

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* EuropeansAreKinky: [[RunningGag Any time]] a German person appears in a strip, they will be into [[{{Squick}} scat]].{{s|quick}}cat. No, not {{TabletopGame/Skat}}.



* GentlemanThief: Parodied in "Raffles the Gentleman Thug", in that Raffles isn't (usually) a thief but just a gratuitously violent and bullying JerkAss.

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* GentlemanThief: Parodied in "Raffles the Gentleman Thug", in that Raffles isn't (usually) a thief but just a gratuitously violent and bullying JerkAss.{{Jerkass}}.



* HasTwoThumbsAnd -- used in the 1980s.

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* HasTwoThumbsAnd -- used HasTwoThumbsAnd: Used in the 1980s.



* IncrediblyLamePun: The one-frame Crap Jokes. Good puns need not apply.
** Also a regular source of Gilbert Ratchet punchlines. As an example, he once drank a huge bottle of pop and then went of to what he was told was a "public toilet". On entering, he was given a rental lease for a stuffed teddy bear that was rubbing it's tongue against a licensed drinking establishment. In other words, ''that'' sort of "pub-lick-toy-let".



* IronButtmonkey: Mr. Snodworthy in the ''Tinribs'' strip.

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* IronButtmonkey: IronButtMonkey: Mr. Snodworthy in the ''Tinribs'' strip.



* LongRunner

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* LongRunner{{Long Runner|s}}



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: the comic regularly runs one-off strips showing celebrities in ludicrous or vulgar situations, or starring in parodies of cheesy old-style action-adventure strips. 2000s issues include a longer-running strip depicting SirEltonJohn engaging in petty crime. Sometimes it is very much a {{Take That}}, such as in the early '90s when radio DJ and TV presenter Danny Baker was depicted as Danny Wanker.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: the comic regularly runs one-off strips showing celebrities in ludicrous or vulgar situations, or starring in parodies of cheesy old-style action-adventure strips. 2000s issues include a longer-running strip depicting SirEltonJohn Sir Music/EltonJohn engaging in petty crime. Sometimes it is very much a {{Take That}}, such as in the early '90s when radio DJ and TV presenter Danny Baker was depicted as Danny Wanker.



* NominalHero: Jack Black and his dog Silver. He's an amateur detective who gets people punished often using legal LoopholeAbuse to see if they have accidently commited a minor technical crime, and he usually commits worse crimes in order to do this, up to and including murder. Sometimes the people he is investigating are people who are doing good for the community, such as one case where he had a man who was giving soup to homeless people arrested for a tax error. Other times they are actual villains who are using their own Loophole Abuse to make sure their apparent crimes aren't really illegal, forcing Jack to find some alternate way of getting them convicted. In any case, they will suffer DisproportionateRetribution often at the hands of a TorchesAndPitchforks mob. A 2012 issue took it even further by having Jack and Silver [[spoiler: flat-out '''murder''' some ''Literature/TheFamousFive'' [[CaptainErsatz Captains Ersatz]] just because he wanted to be the one and only KidDetective around.]]
* NostalgiaFilter: a running joke in editorial columns and cover tag lines is that it "isn't as funny as it used to be".

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* NominalHero: Jack Black and his dog Silver. He's an amateur detective who gets people punished often using legal LoopholeAbuse to see if they have accidently commited accidentally committed a minor technical crime, and he usually commits worse crimes in order to do this, up to and including murder. Sometimes the people he is investigating are people who are doing good for the community, such as one case where he had a man who was giving soup to homeless people arrested for a tax error. Other times they are actual villains who are using their own Loophole Abuse to make sure their apparent crimes aren't really illegal, forcing Jack to find some alternate way of getting them convicted. In any case, they will suffer DisproportionateRetribution often at the hands of a TorchesAndPitchforks mob. A 2012 issue took it even further by having Jack and Silver [[spoiler: flat-out '''murder''' some ''Literature/TheFamousFive'' [[CaptainErsatz Captains Ersatz]] just because he wanted to be the one and only KidDetective around.]]
around]].
* NostalgiaFilter: a A running joke in editorial columns and cover tag lines is that it "isn't as funny as it used to be".



* OneSteveLimit: Fully averted by Roger Mellie and Roger Irrelevant, and averted in sound, but not spelling, by Sid the Sexist and Suicidal Syd. Also worth mentioning here is the fact that the Fat Slags and Sid the Sexist both have a moustachioed friend called Baz.
* OopNorth: In the 30th Anniversary issue they lampooned the way London based media tends to present the whole of northern England as one place by having The Critics comment on Viz's anniversary. They referred to Newcastle as a [[YouFailGeographyForever "tiny Lancashire mill town"]] (a jab at the ''Film/FatSlags'' film, where Fulchester was depicted this way even though it's meant to be an {{Expy}} of Newcastle) and having [[YouFailGeographyForever "Merseyside Docks"]].

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* OneSteveLimit: Fully averted by Roger Mellie and Roger Irrelevant, and averted in sound, but not spelling, by Sid the Sexist and Suicidal Syd. Also worth mentioning here is the fact that the Fat Slags and Sid the Sexist both have a moustachioed mustachioed friend called Baz.
* OopNorth: In the 30th Anniversary issue they lampooned the way London based media tends to present the whole of northern England as one place by having The Critics comment on Viz's anniversary. They referred to Newcastle as a [[YouFailGeographyForever [[ArtisticLicenseGeography "tiny Lancashire mill town"]] (a jab at the ''Film/FatSlags'' film, where Fulchester was depicted this way even though it's meant to be an {{Expy}} of Newcastle) and having [[YouFailGeographyForever [[ArtisticLicenseGeography "Merseyside Docks"]].



* PinkMist: the ending of any Big Vern strip.

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* PinkMist: the The ending of any Big Vern strip.



* {{Pun}}: The one-frame Crap Jokes. Good puns need not apply.
** Also a regular source of Gilbert Ratchet punchlines. As an example, he once drank a huge bottle of pop and then went of to what he was told was a "public toilet". On entering, he was given a rental lease for a stuffed teddy bear that was rubbing it's tongue against a licensed drinking establishment. In other words, ''that'' sort of "pub-lick-toy-let".



* RealityEnsues: "Biffa Bacon" began as, and often still is, a parody of NaughtyIsGood children's comic strips, in particular "[[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK Dennis the Menace]]". It takes the graphic violence to gory extremes, but [[CrossesTheLineTwice still uses it as comedy]].

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* RealityEnsues: "Biffa Bacon" began as, and often still is, a parody of NaughtyIsGood children's comic strips, in particular "[[ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK Dennis "ComicStrip/{{Dennis the Menace]]".Menace|UK}}". It takes the graphic violence to gory extremes, but [[CrossesTheLineTwice still uses it as comedy]].



* {{Spoonerism}}: often used on the cover to refer to strips whose title includes swearwords, like "Boilt Spastard" or "Wockney Canker".

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* {{Spoonerism}}: often Often used on the cover to refer to strips whose title includes swearwords, like "Boilt Spastard" or "Wockney Canker".



* TheVerse: Drunken Bakers and Hen Cabin appear to be set in the same universe as well as having similar premises and being drawn by the same duo.
* TheyKilledKenny: Suicidal Sid, and Big Vern and all his supporting cast.

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* TheVerse: Drunken Bakers and Hen Cabin appear to be set in the same universe as well as having similar premises and being drawn by the same duo.
* TheyKilledKenny:
TheyKilledKennyAgain: Suicidal Sid, and Big Vern and all his supporting cast.



** The various Bottom Inspectors strips portrayed a totalitarian regime where the secret police had the right to, well, inspect everyone's bottom. Various critics claimed this was political satire; in fact [[WordOfGod the writers just wanted an excuse to print]] [[HurricaneOfEuphemisms as many words for "buttocks" as they could find in their thesaurus.]]
* TortureTechnician: Parodied in a "Big Vern" strip, where Vern is summoned to see "the Dentist", who he believes to be some kind of terrifying underworld Torture Technician. He continues to act this way throughout what turns out to be a perfectly normal dental examination. [[spoiler:"The Chiropodist", [[{{Fingore}} on the other foot...]]]]

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** The various Bottom Inspectors strips portrayed a totalitarian regime where the secret police had the right to, well, inspect everyone's bottom. Various critics claimed this was political satire; in fact [[WordOfGod the writers just wanted an excuse to print]] [[HurricaneOfEuphemisms as many words for "buttocks" as they could find in their thesaurus.]]
thesaurus]].
* TortureTechnician: Parodied in a "Big Vern" strip, where Vern is summoned to see "the Dentist", who he believes to be some kind of terrifying underworld Torture Technician. He continues to act this way throughout what turns out to be a perfectly normal dental examination. [[spoiler:"The Chiropodist", [[{{Fingore}} on the other foot...]]]]foot]]...]]



* TheVerse: Drunken Bakers and Hen Cabin appear to be set in the same universe as well as having similar premises and being drawn by the same duo.



** Somewhat also with Reverend Brown in Goldfish Boy. He once spent a strip getting hugely annoyed with his parishioners for interrupting him when he just wanted to spend the day drooling over a {{Calendar Girls}} video.

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** Somewhat also with Reverend Brown in Goldfish Boy. He once spent a strip getting hugely annoyed with his parishioners for interrupting him when he just wanted to spend the day drooling over a {{Calendar Girls}} CalendarGirls video.



** Another Biffa strip had them going on holiday to an old fashioned B&B. One of the conventions of these establishments is sharing a breakfast table with another family staying in there the same week. Unfortunately the Bacons were sat with the McBasher family from Scotland. It didn't end well...

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** Another Biffa strip had them going on holiday to an old fashioned B&B. One of the conventions of these establishments is sharing a breakfast table with another family staying in there the same week. Unfortunately the Bacons were sat with the McBasher [=McBasher=] family from Scotland. It didn't end well...
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* RobotBuddy: Tinribs. Well, he's described as a robot, anyway. He's actually some tin cans, rubber gloves and a cardboard box on a skateboard, and the only thing he can say is that his name is Barbie and he loves you very much.
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* SommelierSpeak: The Real Ale Twats (or at least the one who speaks) use this to describe their beer. He is particularly fond of the phrase "a hop on the nose".
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* ConspiracyTheorist: Grassey Knollington. When his dad twisted his ankle on a stray walnut, Grassey realised that it was the work of the Bilderburg Group, and not just some ludicrous "lone nut" theory.
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* InternetToughGuy: The bimonthly "letter columns on ridiculously mundane subjects" spoofs always include a spoof Twitter thread in which a completely banal and inoffensive tweet is followed by multiple graphic death threats in response.



* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: Roger Mellie lives by this rule. Put it this way, he's faked his death a couple of times just to sell some merchandise. Whenever a scandal involving him is reported in the media his first thought is usually to use it to plug whatever product or show he is doing at the time.

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* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: In universe, Roger Mellie lives by this rule. Put it this way, he's faked his death a couple of times just to sell some merchandise. Whenever a scandal involving him is reported in the media his first thought is usually to use it to plug whatever product or show he is doing at the time.



* TheProductionCurse: Their spoof article on the Curse of ''Series/DadsArmy'' where they implied all the cast were under a curse of death after being in the show. [[note]]The fact most of the cast were in their seventies, eighties or nineties had nothing to do with it. Naturally. [[/note]]

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* TheProductionCurse: Their Invoked by their spoof article on the Curse of ''Series/DadsArmy'' where they implied all the cast were under a curse of death after being in the show. [[note]]The fact most of the cast were in their seventies, eighties or nineties had nothing to do with it. Naturally. [[/note]][[/note]]
* PurpleProse: The comic regularly runs spoof obituaries for celebrities written by "Tony Parsehole" (a vicious parody of real tabloid newspaper columnist Tony Parsons). They are always incredibly sentimental, badly researched, reliant on repetition to bulk out the word-count, repetitive to make the article longer, and padded out with constantly repeated sentences with slightly different word order. They usually cut off in mid-sentence as soon as the word-count is reached to make it clear that Parsehole is only writing for money and doesn't really care at all about OK that's enough, pls send cheque soonest.
16th Jan '16 10:42:09 AM StFan
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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by [[Creator/DCThomson DC Thomson]], the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)

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During the 1980s, ''Viz'' was repeatedly threatened with prosecution by [[Creator/DCThomson DC Thomson]], the Scottish publishers of famous British children's comics ''ComicBook/TheBeano'', ''ComicBook/TheDandy'' and ''TheBroons'', ''ComicStrip/TheBroons'', for copyright infringement over their coarse parodies of DC Thomson characters. Viz retaliated by printing a one-off strip featuring "DC Thomson", a cartoon Scotsman obsessed with intellectual property. DC Thomson responded with an issue of the ''Dandy'' that parodied the "war" in a strip featuring their recurring Scots vs. Sassenachs characters "The Jocks and the Geordies". More seriously, the publishers of ''Viz'' were threatened with criminal prosecution for incitement to racial hatred in 1990 because of the content of a one-off strip called "Thieving Gypsy Bastards". Ironically, the gypsy gentleman who tried to sue the ''Viz'' for this comic was later [[StopBeingStereotypical found guilty of handling stolen property.]] (They had also printed a strip called "The Overwhelming Majority of Honest Gypsies" on the very next page.)
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* BadLiar: Aldridge Prior the Hopeless Liar. Aldridge is a compulsive liar who lies about absolutely everything, however unbelievable his lies might be. This goes up as far as claiming that the Nolan Sisters live in his fridge.
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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: An unusual case with regard to two of the adaptations, as they ''did'' bother with accents, but not the correct ones. As mentioned above, Fulchester is based on Newcastle, where the locals usually have a Geordie accent. However, the Billy the Fish animated series had everyone speaking in Scouse accents, while the ''FatSlags'' film had the Fulchester locals speaking with a Lancastrian accent. The latter was doubly wrong since the Fat Slags don't even come from Fulchester to begin with, but Mansfield (the locals of which don't speak in Lancastrian accents either).

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: An unusual case with regard to two of the adaptations, as they ''did'' bother with accents, but not the correct ones. As mentioned above, Fulchester is based on Newcastle, where the locals usually have a Geordie accent. However, the Billy the Fish animated series had everyone speaking in Scouse accents, while the ''FatSlags'' ''Film/FatSlags'' film had the Fulchester locals speaking with a Lancastrian accent. The latter was doubly wrong since the Fat Slags don't even come from Fulchester to begin with, but Mansfield (the locals of which don't speak in Lancastrian accents either).



* OopNorth: In the 30th Anniversary issue they lampooned the way London based media tends to present the whole of northern England as one place by having The Critics comment on Viz's anniversary. They referred to Newcastle as a [[YouFailGeographyForever "tiny Lancashire mill town"]] (a jab at the ''FatSlags'' film, where Fulchester was depicted this way even though it's meant to be an {{Expy}} of Newcastle) and having [[YouFailGeographyForever "Merseyside Docks"]].

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* OopNorth: In the 30th Anniversary issue they lampooned the way London based media tends to present the whole of northern England as one place by having The Critics comment on Viz's anniversary. They referred to Newcastle as a [[YouFailGeographyForever "tiny Lancashire mill town"]] (a jab at the ''FatSlags'' ''Film/FatSlags'' film, where Fulchester was depicted this way even though it's meant to be an {{Expy}} of Newcastle) and having [[YouFailGeographyForever "Merseyside Docks"]].
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* MurphysLaw: Gilbert Ratchett routinely ignores this, to the extent of actively giving his devices harmful modes for no sane reason.
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