History WesternAnimation / BraveStarr

20th Apr '17 6:53:14 PM erracht
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* TheUndertaker: In "Bravestarr: The Movie", a corpse-like robot wearing a top hat takes an unsolicited measurement of Handlebar after he threatens to deal with Tex Hex's gang himself. Then, when Tex Hex appears and tells the crowd that he is now the law, the undertaker start offering his business card.

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* TheUndertaker: In "Bravestarr: The Movie", a corpse-like robot wearing a top hat takes an unsolicited measurement of Handlebar after he threatens to deal with Tex Hex's gang himself. Then, when Tex Hex appears and tells the crowd that he is now the law, the undertaker start starts offering his business card.
15th Apr '17 10:52:55 PM erracht
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* Undertaker: In "Bravestarr: The Movie", a corpse-like robot wearing a top hat takes an unsolicited measurement of Handlebar after he threatens to deal with Tex Hex's gang himself. Then, when Tex Hex appears and tells the crowd that he is now the law, the undertaker start offering his business card.

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* Undertaker: TheUndertaker: In "Bravestarr: The Movie", a corpse-like robot wearing a top hat takes an unsolicited measurement of Handlebar after he threatens to deal with Tex Hex's gang himself. Then, when Tex Hex appears and tells the crowd that he is now the law, the undertaker start offering his business card.
15th Apr '17 10:50:35 PM erracht
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* CreatorCameo: ''Maybe???'' Around 18 minutes into "Bravestarr: The Movie", a group of townspeople appear who have a 1980s look about them. These could conceivably be portraits of people who worked on the movie.


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* Undertaker: In "Bravestarr: The Movie", a corpse-like robot wearing a top hat takes an unsolicited measurement of Handlebar after he threatens to deal with Tex Hex's gang himself. Then, when Tex Hex appears and tells the crowd that he is now the law, the undertaker start offering his business card.
7th Apr '17 12:02:06 AM MarkLungo
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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.]]



* WeirdWest: Drop that the setting is InSpace and you have a cartoon about a MagicalNativeAmerican marshall and his belligeraet 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 marshall and his belligeraet belligerent talking robot horse fighting a zombie cowboy wizard, his posse of outlaws (one of which [Hawgtie] is an orc), and their dragon boss.boss.
* 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.]]
6th Apr '17 11:54:46 PM MarkLungo
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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 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]];'' ''Series/{{Gunsmoke}}''; and the regular flashbacks to Bravestarr's youth spent learning from an exotic wise man, the Shaman, are from ''Series/KungFu.''



* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler: Subverted in "The Price." Jay, a pre-teen/teenage boy, dies.]]

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* InfantImmortality: [[spoiler: Subverted in "The Price." Jay, a pre-teen/teenage boy, dies.dies after becoming an addict to drive home the episode's anti-drug message.]]
6th Apr '17 11:43:41 PM erracht
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* OffModel: In one scene, Bravestarr's badge is shown on the wrong side. In "To Walk a Mile", prospector Lucas Conway is shown in a flashback to when he was still a Marshal wearing the same basic uniform as Bravestarr, but without a badge. And this is before he turned in his badge.
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.
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