History WesternAnimation / BraveStarr

18th Aug '16 11:18:34 PM HeroGal2347
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* WhamEpisode: "The Price". You think you're in for another preachy DrugsAreBad episode, but then the ending ''hits you like a '' ''[[TearJerker nuclear blast of feels]]''.

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* WhamEpisode: "The Price". You think you're in for another preachy DrugsAreBad episode, but then the ending ''hits you like a '' ''[[TearJerker nuclear blast of feels]]''. [[spoiler: The episode deals with a kid who is turned onto a topical controlled substance called Spin. The perps are caught but the tag is tainted: The boy is found in his treehouse, dead of a Spin overdose. The episode ends with the boy's mother in agonized hysteria, with the final "pro-social message" scene showing Bravestarr laying a wreath at the boy's grave.]]
31st Jul '16 1:19:08 PM HelloLamppost
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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, is 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 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, is are from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 1:17:05 PM HelloLamppost
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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 little frontier AdventureTown, 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, is 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 and his somewhat comical deputy defending a [[CityOfAdventure little frontier AdventureTown, 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, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 1:16:06 PM HelloLamppost
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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier AdventureTown defended by a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''

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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier AdventureTown defended by a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy defending a little frontier AdventureTown, full of quirky locals and regularly visited by interesting characters passing through, is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' Gunsmoke]];'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 12:56:17 PM HelloLamppost
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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''

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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town AdventureTown defended by a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 12:55:45 PM HelloLamppost
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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''

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* {{Homage}}: The series homages many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his somewhat comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 12:55:00 PM HelloLamppost
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* Homage: The series homages several old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''

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* Homage: {{Homage}}: The series homages several many old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
31st Jul '16 12:54:15 PM HelloLamppost
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* Homage: The series homages several old classic [[TheWildWest Westerns.]] Most notably, the whole set-up of a little frontier town defended by a single marshall and his comical deputy is from ''[[Series/{{Gunsmoke}} Gunsmoke]],'' and the flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, is from ''Series/KungFu.''
1st Jul '16 8:10:54 AM Morgenthaler
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To keep law and order on the planet, TheFederation sends Marshall Bravestarr. Bravestarr, thanks to his upbringing by the MagicalNativeAmerican [[TheObiWan Shaman]], is able to use the powers of spirit animals to gain super powers: [[SuperSenses "Eyes Of The Hawk", "Ears Of The Wolf"]], "[[SuperStrength Strength Of The Bear]]", and "[[SuperSpeed Speed Of The Puma]]". With these powers, and the help of Thirty-Thirty (his CoolHorse who can become a humanoid {{BFG}}-toting {{Sidekick}} when he's not Bravestarr's mount), Bravestarr keeps the peace for both the settlers and the native "Prairie People".

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To keep law and order on the planet, TheFederation sends Marshall Bravestarr. Bravestarr, thanks to his upbringing by the MagicalNativeAmerican [[TheObiWan Shaman]], Shaman, is able to use the powers of spirit animals to gain super powers: [[SuperSenses "Eyes Of The Hawk", "Ears Of The Wolf"]], "[[SuperStrength Strength Of The Bear]]", and "[[SuperSpeed Speed Of The Puma]]". With these powers, and the help of Thirty-Thirty (his CoolHorse who can become a humanoid {{BFG}}-toting {{Sidekick}} when he's not Bravestarr's mount), Bravestarr keeps the peace for both the settlers and the native "Prairie People".



* TheObiWan: The Shaman.
30th May '16 4:04:23 PM HelloLamppost
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** Bravestarr is brave...and a Native American...and wears a star.

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** Bravestarr is brave...and a Native American...and wears a star.star...in space.
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