History Funny / Diabolik

25th Dec '15 4:00:50 AM EDP
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--->'''Trafficker:" "'''[[BigNo No!]]''' There are masterpieces!"

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--->'''Trafficker:" "'''[[BigNo No!]]''' --->'''Trafficker:''' "''[[BigNo No!]]'' There are masterpieces!"
31st Jul '15 10:53:53 AM EDP
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** Ginko acts on the disguised cop's information to catch a drug smuggler in the act. How does he explain his presence to the unsuspecting criminal before revealing the drugs? [[IWasJustPassingThrough He says he and the cops were just passing by and decided to take a look because they were bored]].
*** The smuggler used an art gallery as cover, and the drugs and the money to pay for it were hidden in a statue. Ginko knew in which statue were the drugs but not the money, and the trafficker proclaims his innocence. How does Ginko convinces him to confess and tell him where the money is?

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** Ginko acts on the disguised cop's information to catch a drug smuggler in the act. How does he explain his presence to the unsuspecting criminal criminal, masquerading as the owner of an art gallery, before revealing the drugs? [[IWasJustPassingThrough He says he and the cops were just passing by and decided to take a look because they were bored]].
*** The smuggler used an art gallery as cover, and the drugs and the money to pay for it were are hidden in a statue. two statues, but Ginko knew knows only in which statue one were the drugs but not the money, and the trafficker proclaims his innocence. How does Ginko convinces him to confess and tell him where the money is?



** After learning that the police confiscated a lot of money during the arrest, Diabolik decides to steal it. But the money is in the police safe, and only Ginko, who is immune to TruthSerum, knows how to open it. So, how does he do it? Easy: the subplot of the car theft led to him getting his hands on a skin-penetrating gas that ''makes people lose all sense of property and become selfless and generous'' and its antidote. HilarityEnsues:

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** After learning that the police confiscated a lot of money during the arrest, Diabolik decides to steal it. But the money is in the police safe, and only Ginko, who is immune to TruthSerum, knows how to open it. So, how does he do it? Easy: the subplot of the car theft led to him getting his hands on a skin-penetrating gas that ''makes people lose ''generosity gas'' (it wipes out all aggressivity and sense of property ownership, making everyone generous and become selfless and generous'' selfless) and its antidote. HilarityEnsues:
31st Jul '15 4:54:53 AM EDP
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** Later in the same story, Diabolik takes a room in a low-class motel and has Eva come there in spite of knowing she ''hates'' those places. She shows up disguised as the ugliest old lady she could put together in a pinch, knowing he ''hates'' such situations... And that Diabolik's fake identity would appear as having an ugly old woman as his lover.

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** Later in the same story, Diabolik takes a room in a low-class motel and has Eva come there in spite of knowing she ''hates'' those places. She shows up disguised as the ugliest old lady she could put together in a pinch, knowing he ''hates'' such situations... And that Diabolik's fake identity would appear as having an ugly old woman as his lover.lover.
* "The Police Are the Accomplices" is full of these:
** The issue opens with two restaurant patrons finding out that someone with a tow truck stole their car while they were eating, ''in broad daylight''. As soon as they're alone, their dialogue reveals it's ''Diabolik and Eva Kant''. Who can't help but admit the thieves were ''good'' for stealing their car.
** A prostitute tries and enters the police station. The guard tries and stops her... [[OhCrap Then apologizes when he recognizes a superior in disguise]].
** Ginko acts on the disguised cop's information to catch a drug smuggler in the act. How does he explain his presence to the unsuspecting criminal before revealing the drugs? [[IWasJustPassingThrough He says he and the cops were just passing by and decided to take a look because they were bored]].
*** The smuggler used an art gallery as cover, and the drugs and the money to pay for it were hidden in a statue. Ginko knew in which statue were the drugs but not the money, and the trafficker proclaims his innocence. How does Ginko convinces him to confess and tell him where the money is?
--->'''Ginko:''' "Well, if you're innocent and can't help us, I have no choice but break every single statue 'till I find the money."
--->'''Trafficker:" "'''[[BigNo No!]]''' There are masterpieces!"
** After learning that the police confiscated a lot of money during the arrest, Diabolik decides to steal it. But the money is in the police safe, and only Ginko, who is immune to TruthSerum, knows how to open it. So, how does he do it? Easy: the subplot of the car theft led to him getting his hands on a skin-penetrating gas that ''makes people lose all sense of property and become selfless and generous'' and its antidote. HilarityEnsues:
*** Ginko is lured to the police safe, with the room filled with the gas... So Diabolik, after sneaking in, ''has Ginko open the safe and put the money in a bag''. Eva, who is listening through the radio, is seen chuckling at the scene.
*** Diabolik is about to leave... Then the antidote wears off. Cue Diabolik trying to give back the money, with Ginko and the cops telling him to keep it. In the end they decide to burn them.
*** Having listened to everything, the ''very'' bemused Eva arrives after the gas has disperded and right before they can produce the matches:
--->'''Eva:''' "I want the money... '''Give it to me!'''"
--->'''Ginko:''' "With pleasure, this way we won't discuss about it anymore!"
--->'''Diabolik:''' "But dear, what will we do with it?!"
--->'''Eva:''' "Don't worry, I know it! Now come with me... We must go home. ''*to Ginko and the cops*'' You stay here!"
--->'''Diabolik:''' "Well, goodbye!"
--->'''Ginko:''' "Goodbye!""
--->'''Random cop:''' "Ciao!"
*** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone Ginko's reaction when the gas wears off and he remembers what he did]].
** The rear cover, dedicated to one of the story's characters as usual page, shows Ginko... [[BrickJoke Still depressed for what he did in the episode]].
17th Jan '15 1:50:49 PM EDP
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* In "Ginko's Ambush", Diabolik has just committed a difficult caper, and upon returning home he announces it. Eva replied by ''tricking him into believing she had read his success on her cards''.

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* In "Ginko's Ambush", Diabolik has just committed a difficult caper, and upon returning home he announces it. Eva replied by ''tricking him into believing she had read his success on her cards''.cards''.
** Later in the same story, Diabolik takes a room in a low-class motel and has Eva come there in spite of knowing she ''hates'' those places. She shows up disguised as the ugliest old lady she could put together in a pinch, knowing he ''hates'' such situations... And that Diabolik's fake identity would appear as having an ugly old woman as his lover.
17th Jan '15 1:40:53 PM EDP
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* In "Deadly Scheme", [[RefugeInAudacity Diabolik hid a body in the trunk of Ginko's car]].

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* In "Deadly Scheme", [[RefugeInAudacity Diabolik hid a body in the trunk of Ginko's car]].car]].
* In "Ginko's Ambush", Diabolik has just committed a difficult caper, and upon returning home he announces it. Eva replied by ''tricking him into believing she had read his success on her cards''.
17th Jan '15 10:49:09 AM EDP
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* In "Commissioned Murder", Eva's half-amused half-exhasperated face when the woman of the gangster who had accidentally kidnapped her declared herself more beautiful than her.

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* In "Commissioned Murder", Eva's half-amused half-exhasperated face when the woman of the gangster who had accidentally kidnapped her declared herself more beautiful than her.her.
* In "Deadly Scheme", [[RefugeInAudacity Diabolik hid a body in the trunk of Ginko's car]].
5th Jan '15 1:55:48 PM EDP
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* In "Commissioned Murder", Eva's half-amused face when the woman of the gangster who had accidentally kidnapped her declared herself more beautiful than her.

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* In "Commissioned Murder", Eva's half-amused half-exhasperated face when the woman of the gangster who had accidentally kidnapped her declared herself more beautiful than her.
5th Jan '15 1:53:48 PM EDP
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* In "The Crazy Robbery" one-shot character and former robber Davide Brenner needed to contact Diabolik. His solution: ''[[RefugeInAudacity walk in front of a newspaper holding a sign saying "I need to talk with Diabolik"]]'' ({{Justified}} because [[spoiler: Brenner was an extremely intelligent man but also crazy and delusional]]). It worked better than anticipated: he expected the journalists to take pictures, take his story and publish it, and what he got was that and ''Diabolik taking him to his car'' (he happened to be passing by when Brenner showed up with the sign).

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* In "The Crazy Robbery" one-shot character and former robber Davide Brenner needed to contact Diabolik. His solution: ''[[RefugeInAudacity walk in front of a newspaper holding a sign saying "I need to talk with Diabolik"]]'' ({{Justified}} because [[spoiler: Brenner was an extremely intelligent man but also crazy and delusional]]). It worked better than anticipated: he expected the journalists to take pictures, take his story and publish it, and what he got was that and ''Diabolik taking him to his car'' (he happened to be passing by when Brenner showed up with the sign).sign).
* In "Commissioned Murder", Eva's half-amused face when the woman of the gangster who had accidentally kidnapped her declared herself more beautiful than her.
5th Jan '15 1:50:33 PM EDP
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* In "The Foolish Robbery" one-shot character and former robber Davide Brenner needed to contact Diabolik. His solution: ''[[RefugeInAudacity walk in front of a newspaper holding a sign saying "I need to talk with Diabolik"]]''. It worked better than anticipated: he expected the journalists to take pictures, take his story and publish it, and what he got was that and ''Diabolik taking him to his car'' (he happened to be passing by when Brenner showed up with the sign).

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* In "The Foolish Crazy Robbery" one-shot character and former robber Davide Brenner needed to contact Diabolik. His solution: ''[[RefugeInAudacity walk in front of a newspaper holding a sign saying "I need to talk with Diabolik"]]''.Diabolik"]]'' ({{Justified}} because [[spoiler: Brenner was an extremely intelligent man but also crazy and delusional]]). It worked better than anticipated: he expected the journalists to take pictures, take his story and publish it, and what he got was that and ''Diabolik taking him to his car'' (he happened to be passing by when Brenner showed up with the sign).
5th Jan '15 1:36:09 PM EDP
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* In "Tragic Encounter", [[SeriousBusiness Diabolik taking offence at a luna park show that ends with him and Ginko killing each other because it showed Ginko getting caught from behind and surviving the knife long enough to shoot him]], [[DisproportionateRetribution and steals his wife's jewels while 'signing' the heist in retaliation]].

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* In "Tragic Encounter", [[SeriousBusiness Diabolik taking offence at a luna park show that ends with him and Ginko killing each other because it showed Ginko getting caught from behind and surviving the knife long enough to shoot him]], [[DisproportionateRetribution and steals his wife's jewels while 'signing' the heist in retaliation]].retaliation]].
* In "The Foolish Robbery" one-shot character and former robber Davide Brenner needed to contact Diabolik. His solution: ''[[RefugeInAudacity walk in front of a newspaper holding a sign saying "I need to talk with Diabolik"]]''. It worked better than anticipated: he expected the journalists to take pictures, take his story and publish it, and what he got was that and ''Diabolik taking him to his car'' (he happened to be passing by when Brenner showed up with the sign).
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