History WesternAnimation / InvaderZim

24th Jun '17 7:23:52 PM nombretomado
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** All over the place in "Planet Jackers". Parodying the Twin Cities bit from ''{{Fargo}}'', one of the pilots points out a [[BinarySuns binary star system]], implying it's a rare sight. However the truth is that most stars in the galaxy, or at least the most visible ones, are part of a binary system.

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** All over the place in "Planet Jackers". Parodying the Twin Cities bit from ''{{Fargo}}'', ''Film/{{Fargo}}'', one of the pilots points out a [[BinarySuns binary star system]], implying it's a rare sight. However the truth is that most stars in the galaxy, or at least the most visible ones, are part of a binary system.
23rd Jun '17 5:38:06 AM Piterpicher
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** Zim gets to be this in "Abducted", after being abducted by what may be the only alien species dumber than [[AquaTeenHungerForce the Plutonians.]]

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** Zim gets to be this in "Abducted", after being abducted by what may be the only alien species dumber than [[AquaTeenHungerForce [[WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce the Plutonians.]]
22nd Jun '17 1:51:45 PM ZimFan89
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* AsYouKnow: Lampshaded when Issue 20 opens with Zim crowing about his latest EvilPlan:
-->'''Zim''': My Conquer-Blob has been made with one thought in its every mushy cell -- to conquer the Earth for Zim!
-->'''Computer''': I know all this already. Who are you saying all this again for?
15th Jun '17 6:16:04 PM Anddrix
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** In "The Frycook What Came From All That Space", it's revealed that Zim was banished to a planet called Foodcourtia, where (as the name implies) he was forced to be a BurgerFool for the rest of his life under Sizz-Lorr. Security doesn't seem to be a huge priority in Irken Culture, though: once he catches wind of Operation Impending Doom 2, Zim easily and promptly escapes. Sizz-Lorr, [[GenreSavvy on the other hand,]] [[ItOnlyWorksOnce learns from his mistake]] and Zim is actually forced to figure out a way to escape a second time.

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** In "The Frycook What Came From All That Space", it's revealed that Zim was banished to a planet called Foodcourtia, where (as the name implies) he was forced to be a BurgerFool for the rest of his life under Sizz-Lorr. Security doesn't seem to be a huge priority in Irken Culture, though: once he catches wind of Operation Impending Doom 2, Zim easily and promptly escapes. Sizz-Lorr, [[GenreSavvy on the other hand,]] hand, [[ItOnlyWorksOnce learns from his mistake]] and Zim is actually forced to figure out a way to escape a second time.



* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: ZIM will never conquer the Earth and Dib will never reveal ZIM as an alien. More often than not, one's failure causes the other. Gaz herself [[GenreSavvy knows this]] and as such she never really gets involved in their rivalry willingly.

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* FailureIsTheOnlyOption: ZIM will never conquer the Earth and Dib will never reveal ZIM as an alien. More often than not, one's failure causes the other. Gaz herself [[GenreSavvy knows this]] this and as such she never really gets involved in their rivalry willingly.
14th Jun '17 6:58:34 PM ZimFan89
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** Issue 20 gives us Floopsy Bloops Shmoopsy.
9th Jun '17 8:03:11 PM superboy313
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* HumansAreMorons: Every human is an idiot, except for Gaz, Dib, Agent Darkbooty and Professor Membrane. Although it should be noted that the whole universe is portrayed as stupid much of the time, so they're really not any worse off.

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* HumansAreMorons: Every human is an idiot, except for Dib, Gaz, Dib, Agent Darkbooty and Professor Membrane. Membrane and Agent Darkbooty. Although it should be noted that the whole universe every other sentient race (including Irkens) is portrayed as stupid much of the time, so they're really not any worse off.
29th May '17 5:50:44 PM cwf123
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* SameContentDifferentRating: The Nightmare Begins was initially rated TV-Y and the the rest were rated TV-Y7 FV.
22nd May '17 1:29:09 PM Slater123
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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters will return to animation as a 66-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.

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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters series will return to animation as a 66-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.
22nd May '17 1:28:27 PM Slater123
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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters will return to animation as a 90-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.

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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters will return to animation as a 90-minute 66-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.
13th May '17 2:24:08 PM ZimFan89
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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters will return to animation as a 90-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.

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After over a decade since the show aired its last unaired episode, independent comic book publishing company Oni Press announced an ''Invader Zim'' comic book revival in February 2015, in collaboration with Nickelodeon and Jhonen Vasquez. The 1st issue was released on July 8, 2015 written by Jhonen himself. Following issue 2, it has been written by Eric Trueheart, drawn by Aaron Alexovich, and colored by Rikki Simons, all veterans of the television series.series, and been released on a fairly consistent monthly schedule. And in April 2017, [[http://ew.com/tv/2017/04/04/nickelodeon-invader-zim-tv-movie/ Nickelodeon confirmed]] that the characters will return to animation as a 90-minute movie for TV, with the voice cast reprising their roles.


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** Issue 19 reveals the existence of the Zoo Crimes Division, which protects the Town Zoo like a fortress, and treats Zim's home-made zoo like a felony.
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