History WesternAnimation / DangerMouse

14th Mar '17 11:13:53 PM Karxrida
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* CivilianVillain: In the first episode of the 2015 reboot, Baron von Greenback claims to have gone straight and invested his ill-gotten loot into a legitimate enterprise selling Safety Mouse guard robots that will make destructive heroes like Danger Mouse obsolete. DM attempts to prove there's something sinister going on, but his first attempts only end up making him look paranoid. He turns out to be right in the end, of course.


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* FalselyReformedVillain: In the first episode of the 2015 reboot, Baron von Greenback claims to have gone straight and invested his ill-gotten loot into a legitimate enterprise selling Safety Mouse guard robots that will make destructive heroes like Danger Mouse obsolete. DM attempts to prove there's something sinister going on, but his first attempts only end up making him look paranoid. He turns out to be right in the end, of course.
5th Mar '17 5:55:21 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBookAdaptation: Danger Mouse regularly appeared in ITV-Thames' "Look-In" series of books and was generally very faithful (adding a new character--Greenback's "white sheep" nephew Hopalong Casually). Displaced in {{Marvel}} Comics' editions (seen in issues of the ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula'' book)--no pillar box, OffModel art (an eyebrow over DM's eyepatch), and continuity issues (Miss Boathook seen as a sexpot who in one story flirts with DM).

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Danger Mouse regularly appeared in ITV-Thames' "Look-In" series of books and was generally very faithful (adding a new character--Greenback's "white sheep" nephew Hopalong Casually). Displaced in {{Marvel}} Comics' Creator/MarvelComics' editions (seen in issues of the ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula'' book)--no pillar box, OffModel art (an eyebrow over DM's eyepatch), and continuity issues (Miss Boathook seen as a sexpot who in one story flirts with DM).
3rd Mar '17 5:19:34 PM foxley
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* SocialMediaBeforeReason: In "The World Wide Spider", the monster-of-the-week's rampage keeps crossing paths with a tour group that's always standing in front of whichever landmark it's about to attack. The group includes one particular tourist who always stays put long enough to take a selfie of himself with the monster in the background.

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* SocialMediaBeforeReason: SocialMediaBeforeReason:
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In "The World Wide Spider", the monster-of-the-week's rampage keeps crossing paths with a tour group that's always standing in front of whichever landmark it's about to attack. The group includes one particular tourist who always stays put long enough to take a selfie of himself with the monster in the background.background.
** When Penfold gets addicted to his new phone, he starts posting vast quantities of selfies to social nedia, even while on secret missions. Baron Greenback uses these post to track the duo and thwart DM's every move. DM is eventually to use Penfold's addiction to halt the Baron's scheme.
17th Feb '17 8:34:59 PM foxley
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* BananaPeel: DM deliberately slips on one during his fight against himself (ItMakesSenseInContext) in "Attack of the Clown".


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* TinCanTelephone: Crumples the Clown uses one to feed DM information on the aliens' culture in "Attack of the Clowns".
28th Jan '17 5:29:36 PM foxley
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* WhoWritesThisCrap: Both Jeopardy Mouse and Baron Greenback complain about the quality of their lines when Count Duckula stages a HostileShowTakeover by kidnapping the writers in "The Duckula Show".
28th Jan '17 5:26:10 PM foxley
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* HostileShowTakeover: In "The Duckula Show", Danger Mouse faces the prospect of being written out of his own show, after Count Duckula kidnaps the writers and forces them to make him the star.
6th Jan '17 5:00:53 PM foxley
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* MuggedForDisguise: In "The Cute Shall Inherit the Earth", DM and Penfold snatch a pair of cultists and steal their robes to infiltrate the secret cult of kittens.
29th Dec '16 8:15:44 PM buckmana
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* ActionGirl: Professor Squawkencluck and Jeopardy Mouse in the 2015 reboot.

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* ActionGirl: Professor Squawkencluck and Jeopardy Mouse in the 2015 reboot. Possibly Danger Moth as well, being female and an agent.


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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Danger Moth has a susceptibility to bright lights, following them intently if shone in her eyes. But only male moths home in on light and not because of the luminescence, it's because it produces a scent similar to the pheromones of female moths. So being a female moth, Danger Moth would not be interested in lights at all, nor susceptible to them.
26th Dec '16 1:52:46 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''DM:'' Let's see...if that's the phase loop rectifier and that's the PH discriminator then ''that'' must be a plastic clothes peg.

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-->'''DM:'' -->'''DM:''' Let's see...if that's the phase loop rectifier and that's the PH discriminator then ''that'' must be a plastic clothes peg.
26th Dec '16 1:51:15 AM Ccook1956
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** In "Tiptoe Through The Penfolds," DM assesses Greenback's Magnetic Molecular Molder, which is out of control making Penfold duplicates:
-->'''DM:'' Let's see...if that's the phase loop rectifier and that's the PH discriminator then ''that'' must be a plastic clothes peg.
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