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25th Jun '16 12:54:11 PM Prfnoff
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* A cowboy appeared as a villain in the ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' episode "The Cowboy". He did not appear again, most likely because the rights to the character are owned by Glenn Rubenstein.

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* A cowboy appeared as a villain in the ''{{lonelygirl15}}'' ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' episode "The Cowboy". He did not appear again, most likely because the rights to the character are owned by Glenn Rubenstein.



* Cowboys are common in the wilder areas of Mars as depicted in ''CwynhildsLoom''.

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* Cowboys are common in the wilder areas of Mars as depicted in ''CwynhildsLoom''.
''Webcomic/CwynhildsLoom''.
4th May '16 7:25:47 PM aye_amber
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* All of the characters in ''Pinball/EightBallDeluxe''. Justified as the game takes place in a cowboy bar.

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* All of the characters in ''Pinball/EightBallDeluxe''. ''Pinball/EightBall Deluxe.'' Justified as the game takes place in a cowboy bar.
29th Apr '16 6:00:04 PM YpsiFang
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* Cassidy of ''VideoGame/Brawlhalla'' is a Cowgirl.
23rd Mar '16 10:19:51 AM Willbyr
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* Ippei from ''VoltesV'' got his experience from being a cowboy. He even lived in a ''covered wagon'' as a kid.

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* Ippei from ''VoltesV'' ''Anime/VoltesV'' got his experience from being a cowboy. He even lived in a ''covered wagon'' as a kid.
9th Mar '16 11:54:06 PM Grudgeal
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* Cowboy Andy from ''Anime/CowboyBebop'' is a bounty hunter (called "Space Cowboys" InUniverse) with a cowboy theme, including using a horse for locomotion and carrying a six-shooter. This is really out of place in the 23rd century and the crew of the ''Bebop'' at first refuse to believe Spike after he runs into him.
11th Jan '16 5:44:46 AM Onomateopoetic
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* In ''ComicBook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck'', the titular AntiHero works as a regular Working Cowboy for a few years in his late teens under the alias "Buck Mcduck". While he's late to really bank in on the cowdriving industry in the middle west, he manages to TakeALevelInBadass during his stay and decides to go north to begin creating his own wealth as his own boss as a result of this.
7th Jan '16 9:51:14 PM nombretomado
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* [[CompositeCharacter Shocker/Montana]] from TheSpectacularSpiderMan, the cowboy thing obviously stemming from the Montana part of his character.

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* [[CompositeCharacter Shocker/Montana]] from TheSpectacularSpiderMan, ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'', the cowboy thing obviously stemming from the Montana part of his character.
11th Dec '15 4:30:36 PM nombretomado
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** The theme is also very prevailent in the Crashtown arc of ''YuGiOh5Ds'', tending to lean towards the {{outlaw}} side.

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** The theme is also very prevailent in the Crashtown arc of ''YuGiOh5Ds'', ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', tending to lean towards the {{outlaw}} side.
15th Nov '15 2:02:54 PM nombretomado
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'''Singing Cowboy:''' A cowboy who sings as his primary avocation. While it's true that some musical talent was always appreciated on the range, the singing cowboy was really a product of Hollywood. The standard formula for B-movies included at least one musical number, and a singing cowboy could slip one right in naturally while saving the ranch. "Saving the ranch" is the number one plotline for singing cowboy stories, closely followed by "clean up the lawless town." Top singing cowboys included RoyRogers and Gene Autry, but even JohnWayne was tested as one in an early movie! Now a DeadHorseTrope; nowadays if you see a singer in a cowboy hat, he's just a Country-Western musician.

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'''Singing Cowboy:''' A cowboy who sings as his primary avocation. While it's true that some musical talent was always appreciated on the range, the singing cowboy was really a product of Hollywood. The standard formula for B-movies included at least one musical number, and a singing cowboy could slip one right in naturally while saving the ranch. "Saving the ranch" is the number one plotline for singing cowboy stories, closely followed by "clean up the lawless town." Top singing cowboys included RoyRogers Creator/RoyRogers and Gene Autry, but even JohnWayne was tested as one in an early movie! Now a DeadHorseTrope; nowadays if you see a singer in a cowboy hat, he's just a Country-Western musician.
24th Aug '15 12:32:38 PM StFan
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