History Franchise / ElSantos

28th Dec '15 10:41:56 AM Exxolon
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''El Santos'' is a comic book anthology written by the Mexican artists José Trinidad Camacho (aka ''Trino'') and José Ignacio Solórzano (aka ''Jis'') about the aforementioned character, a very vulgar, over-the-top parody of the famous wrestling legend ''Wrestling/ElSanto'' (and also about the whole Mexican wrestling world, as a whole).
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''El Santos'' '''''El Santos''''' is a comic book anthology written by the Mexican artists José Trinidad Camacho (aka ''Trino'') and José Ignacio Solórzano (aka ''Jis'') about the aforementioned character, a very vulgar, over-the-top parody of the famous wrestling legend ''Wrestling/ElSanto'' (and also about the whole Mexican wrestling world, as a whole).
5th Nov '15 3:51:51 PM nombretomado
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* BelligerentSexualTension: Santos and Tetona. They could give [[RanmaOneHalf Ranma and Akane]] a run for their money.
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* BelligerentSexualTension: Santos and Tetona. They could give [[RanmaOneHalf [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Ranma and Akane]] a run for their money.
30th Aug '15 4:12:30 PM Shadoboy
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* OffModel: Admited by WordOfGod is that one of the challenges of the movie was that they weren't able to give the animators any model refferences since, as they put it themselves "we draw the characters differently in ''every single panel''"- so in the movie, the characters themselves change model constantly.
30th Aug '15 3:51:56 PM Shadoboy
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--> '''Another person''': That's not a lie, that's ''{{Plagiarism}}''.
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--> '''Another person''': '''[[CheechAndChong Cheech Marin]]''': That's not a lie, that's ''{{Plagiarism}}''.
30th Aug '15 3:46:42 PM Shadoboy
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* EccentricMentor: Gamborino Ponx
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* EccentricMentor: Gamborino Gamborimbo Ponx
30th Aug '15 3:45:12 PM Shadoboy
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* CrazyEnoughToWork:[[spoiler:In the film, To be able to kill Peyote, Santos uses an old Mexican UrbanLegend about, if you eat avocado and you ger angry, you will die due of a heart attack. This is even lampshaded by many of his partners since they told him that's not going to work. It did, but not in the way El Santos thought at first]].
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* CrazyEnoughToWork:[[spoiler:In the film, To be able to kill Peyote, Santos uses an old Mexican UrbanLegend about, that says if you eat avocado and you ger get angry, you will die due of a heart attack. This is even lampshaded by many of his partners since they told him that's not going to work. It did, but not in the way El Santos thought at first]].
11th May '15 2:43:58 AM erforce
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* XMeetsY: The animated movie: ''{{Manga/Kinnikuman}}'' meets ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' meets ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' meets ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead'' meets ''[[spoiler:Film/TheGreatEscape]]''.
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* XMeetsY: The animated movie: ''{{Manga/Kinnikuman}}'' meets ''WesternAnimation/MuchaLucha'' meets ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' meets ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead'' ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968'' meets ''[[spoiler:Film/TheGreatEscape]]''.
14th Mar '15 1:59:32 PM Christensen
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** While the zombies starts to be an annoyance for everybody in Mexico and start to invade Tetona's brothel, while her clients trying to escape from them hiding in the brothel's warehouse, the camera view and mood resembles the one used in the first film of the ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' series.
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** While the zombies starts to be an annoyance for everybody in Mexico and start to invade Tetona's brothel, while her clients trying to escape from them hiding in the brothel's warehouse, the camera view and mood resembles the one used in the first film of the ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject'' ''[[Film/TheBlairWitchProject Blair Witch]]'' series.
13th Mar '15 9:22:44 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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''El Santos'' is a comic book anthology written by the Mexican artists José Trinidad Camacho (aka ''Trino'') and José Ignacio Solórzano (aka ''Jis'') about the aforementioned character, a very vulgar, over-the-top parody of the famous wrestling legend ''ElSanto'' (and also about the whole Mexican wrestling world, as a whole).
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''El Santos'' is a comic book anthology written by the Mexican artists José Trinidad Camacho (aka ''Trino'') and José Ignacio Solórzano (aka ''Jis'') about the aforementioned character, a very vulgar, over-the-top parody of the famous wrestling legend ''ElSanto'' ''Wrestling/ElSanto'' (and also about the whole Mexican wrestling world, as a whole).
15th Nov '14 8:18:06 AM narm00
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[[caption-width-right:160:This is the ''[[ToiletHumor less offensive]]'' image about our [[DesignatedHero so-called hero]] we can put it here.]]
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[[caption-width-right:160:This is the ''[[ToiletHumor less least offensive]]'' image about our [[DesignatedHero so-called hero]] we can put it here.]]

Originally appearing in the late [[TheEighties Eighties]] as a weekly comic strip in the Mexican newspaper ''La Jornada'', ''El Santos'' is a Mexican wrestler (or luchador) who fights against the forces of evil, both inside and outside the ring, except that [[BadassNormal he doesn't have any superpower]] other than being an arrogant {{Jerkass}}. One of his biggest rivals is his [[BelligerentSexualTension ''former'' wife]] [[GagBoobs La Tetona Mendoza]], a really [[BrawnHilda ugly and thuggish woman]] who is one of the few people able to kick his ass at daily basis, and she's an even bigger {{Jerkass}} than El Santos! The whole comic book is famous (or infamous) for being a no-punches-pulled parody of the Mexican ProfessionalWrestling world and also from the MaskedLuchador genre (especially at expenses of Wrestling/ElSanto's popularity) and both Trino and Jis doesn't have ''any qualms'' to use [[VulgarHumor any kind]] [[ClusterFBomb of narrative tropes, no matter how ridiculous can be]].
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Originally appearing in the late [[TheEighties Eighties]] as a weekly comic strip in the Mexican newspaper ''La Jornada'', ''El Santos'' is a Mexican wrestler (or luchador) who fights against the forces of evil, both inside and outside the ring, except that [[BadassNormal he doesn't have any superpower]] other than being an arrogant {{Jerkass}}. One of his biggest rivals is his [[BelligerentSexualTension ''former'' wife]] ''[[BelligerentSexualTension former]]'' wife [[GagBoobs La Tetona Mendoza]], a really [[BrawnHilda ugly and thuggish woman]] who is one of the few people able to kick his ass at on a daily basis, and she's an even bigger {{Jerkass}} than El Santos! The whole comic book is famous (or infamous) for being a no-punches-pulled parody of the Mexican ProfessionalWrestling world and also from of the MaskedLuchador genre (especially at expenses the expense of Wrestling/ElSanto's popularity) and both Trino and Jis doesn't don't have ''any qualms'' to use in using [[VulgarHumor any kind]] [[ClusterFBomb of narrative tropes, no matter how ridiculous they can be]].
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