History WesternAnimation / BraveStarr

28th Jan '17 6:10:15 AM WJTaylor4
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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy defending a [[CityOfAdventure little frontier town,]] full of quirky locals and regularly visited by interesting characters passing through, is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]];'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, are from ''Series/KungFu.''

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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a a single marshall Marshall and his somewhat comical deputy defending a [[CityOfAdventure little frontier town,]] full of quirky locals and regularly visited by interesting characters passing through, is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]];'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, are from ''Series/KungFu.''''
* HonorBeforeReason: The Fufftas would rather be enslaved than stand up for themselves and fight for their freedom. They even criticize people who use violence in self-defense or in defense of the Fufftas themselves.


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* UngratefulBastard: A Fuffta parent chastises Bravestarr for using weapons and violence to rescue him and his people in ''The Ballad of Sarah Jane'' instead of thanking him for saving his life and the lives of his fellow Fufftas.
20th Jan '17 6:33:51 PM erracht
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** In "Big Thirty and Little Wimble", when Thirty-Thirty is teaching Wimble how to use his gun Sarah Jane, as he is saying "And this here is how you cock it", there is a big, cactus-like plant behind him that looks distinctly phallic.

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** In "Big Thirty and Little Wimble", when Thirty-Thirty is teaching Wimble how to use his gun Sarah Sara Jane, as he is saying "And this here is how you cock it", there is a big, cactus-like plant behind him that looks distinctly phallic.
25th Dec '16 6:52:38 PM MarkLungo
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* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican sheriff and his belligerant talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is an orc), and their dragon boss.

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* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican sheriff marshall and his belligerant belligeraet talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is which [Hawgtie] is an orc), and their dragon boss.



** Exceptions: Skuzz speaks perfect English in several episodes ("The Witnesses" and "Who Am I?") as well as his anti-smoking AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle segment.

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** Exceptions: Skuzz speaks perfect English in several a few episodes ("The Witnesses" and "Who Am I?") as well as his anti-smoking AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle segment.
25th Dec '16 11:51:16 AM erracht
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* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican marshal and his belligerant talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is an orc), and their dragon boss.

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* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican marshal sheriff and his belligerant talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is an orc), and their dragon boss.
25th Dec '16 11:50:24 AM erracht
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* TransformationSequence: Seen when Thirty-Thirty converts from humanoid to robot horse form (and vice versa). The StockFootage seen when Bravestarr uses his animal powers may also qualify.

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* TransformationSequence: Seen when Thirty-Thirty converts from humanoid to robot horse form (and vice versa). The StockFootage seen when Bravestarr uses his animal powers may also qualify. There is also the mechanical sequence of Fort Kerium transforming into a fortified city, also shown using StockFootage.



* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican sherrif and his belligerant talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is an orc), and their dragon boss.

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* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican sherrif marshal and his belligerant talking horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which-Hawgtie-is an orc), and their dragon boss.
18th Dec '16 1:54:24 PM Xtifr
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'''''Bravestarr''''' was a SpaceWestern action cartoon, produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, which aired during that long acid trip we all know and love as TheEighties. It aired in the wake of ''[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 He-Man]]''[='s=] success in 1987 and lasted one season.

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'''''Bravestarr''''' ''Bravestarr'' was a SpaceWestern action cartoon, produced by Creator/{{Filmation}}, which aired during that long acid trip we all know and love as TheEighties. It aired in the wake of ''[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 He-Man]]''[='s=] success in 1987 and lasted one season.
5th Dec '16 8:44:22 PM WJTaylor4
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* LanternJawOfJustice: Bravestarr's got a pretty jaw to go with his heroic persona.

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* LanternJawOfJustice: Bravestarr's got a pretty square jaw to go with his heroic persona.
5th Dec '16 8:43:40 PM WJTaylor4
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* LanternJawOfJustice: Bravestarr's got a pretty jaw to go with his heroic persona.
11th Nov '16 4:33:49 AM erracht
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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: Several episodes with Aesops about how dangerous guns are come across as this in light of the creatively designed lasers and Western-style gun slinging that goes on in the series. This especially resonates in-universe in "The Ballad of Sara Jane", where a young "Fuffta" (whose people would rather be slaves than have to use weapons, are obvious expies of the Amish, and are symbolically given the appearance of anthropomorphic sheep) is forbidden by his father from even playing a Bravestarr vs. Tex Hex game with the New Texas children...[[spoiler:and ends up running off with Sara Jane just when Thirty Thirty fitted her with an add-on to enable her to shoot unbelievably powerful laser beams.]]

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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: Several episodes with Aesops about how dangerous guns are come across as this in light of the creatively designed lasers and Western-style gun slinging that goes on in the series. This especially resonates in-universe in "The Ballad of Sara Jane", where a young "Fuffta" (whose people would rather be slaves than have to use weapons, are obvious expies parodies of the Amish, and are symbolically given the appearance of anthropomorphic sheep) is forbidden by his father from even playing a Bravestarr vs. Tex Hex game with the New Texas children...[[spoiler:and ends up running off with Sara Jane just when Thirty Thirty fitted her with an add-on to enable her to shoot unbelievably powerful laser beams.]]
10th Nov '16 8:03:27 PM erracht
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