History WesternAnimation / TheComicStrip

14th Apr '16 8:11:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ShoutOut: One ''Karate Kat'' episode, "The Twin Brother Kaper," has [[EvilCounterpart Karate]] [[EvilTwin Krud]] telling Big Papa's gang that the real Karate Kat (who he's impersonating) stands for "[[{{Thundercats}} justice, truth, honor and loyalty]]"; this prompts one of Big Papa's goons to describe the hero as "a thunder-cat." (Also see HeyItsThatVoice above.)

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* ShoutOut: One ''Karate Kat'' episode, "The Twin Brother Kaper," has [[EvilCounterpart Karate]] [[EvilTwin Krud]] telling Big Papa's gang that the real Karate Kat (who he's impersonating) stands for "[[{{Thundercats}} justice, truth, honor and loyalty]]"; this prompts one of Big Papa's goons to describe the hero as "a thunder-cat." (Also see HeyItsThatVoice above.)"
11th Nov '15 3:58:55 AM Bulgaroktonos
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* TotallyRadical: ''Street Frogs''
4th Apr '15 11:03:44 AM starofjusticev21
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* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Karate Kat is only known as "Karate Kat" no matter by who or the circumstances.
4th Apr '15 11:00:08 AM starofjusticev21
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* ''Street Frogs'', showing the escapades of a [[FiveManBand Five Frog Band]] of aspiring musicians and street dancers;

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* ''Street Frogs'', showing the escapades of a [[FiveManBand Five Frog Band]] of aspiring musicians and street dancers;dancers, most episodes covering their (doomed) efforts to raise money for the group;
6th Jan '15 2:27:24 PM nombretomado
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''The Comic Strip'' was a 1987 RankinBassProductions AnimatedSeries which ran for one season, 65 episodes in all.

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''The Comic Strip'' was a 1987 RankinBassProductions Creator/RankinBassProductions AnimatedSeries which ran for one season, 65 episodes in all.
6th Oct '13 9:23:21 PM StClair
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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Water?]]: Captain Bizzarly on ''Tiger Sharks'' hates water, despite being a pirate on a planet that is almost completely aquatic in nature.

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Water?]]: Captain Bizzarly on ''Tiger Sharks'' hates water, despite being a pirate on a planet that is almost completely aquatic covered in nature.it.
6th Oct '13 9:21:20 PM StClair
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* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Turtle]]: In ''Street Frogs'', diner owner Snappy Sam (an anthropomorphic snapping turtle) loathes the titular group immensely because of all the hi-jinks they get up to that turn him into a ButtMonkey, plus they owe him a bill for eating at his diner.

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* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Turtle]]: In ''Street Frogs'', diner owner Snappy Sam (an anthropomorphic snapping turtle) loathes the titular group immensely because of all the hi-jinks they get up to that turn him into a ButtMonkey, plus (often [[ButtMonkey at his expense]]); also, they owe him a bill big tab for eating at his diner.past meals.
29th Sep '13 11:44:23 AM StFan
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* ''Tiger Sharks'', showing a team of human/marine hybrids and their underwater adventures. Of the four, this was the only cartoon to be consistently shown in two-part episodes. This series had an animation style similar to the earlier-produced ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'' that distinguished it from the other three shows in the line-up.

The series as a whole shared many of the same cast and crew with the ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'' series, being the second series to be made in the wake of ''Thundercats's'' popularity, after ''Silverhawks''.

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* ''Tiger Sharks'', showing a team of human/marine hybrids and their underwater adventures. Of the four, this was the only cartoon to be consistently shown in two-part episodes. This series had an animation style similar to the earlier-produced ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'' ''WesternAnimation/SilverHawks'' that distinguished it from the other three shows in the line-up.

The series as a whole shared many of the same cast and crew with the ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'' ''WesternAnimation/SilverHawks'' series, being the second series to be made in the wake of ''Thundercats's'' ''[=ThunderCats=]'''s popularity, after ''Silverhawks''.
''[=SilverHawks=]''.



* HeyItsThatVoice: A number of voices in ''The Comic Strip'' are recognizable as voices from ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}'' since all three shows share cast and crew members. Among the biggest examples are Karate Kat being voiced by Larry Kenney, who voiced [[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}} Lion-O]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}} Bluegrass]], and Camp Mini-Mon's camp director being voiced by Peter Newman, who voiced [[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}} Tygra]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}} Quicksilver]].
** Sherman from ''Mini Monsters'' was voiced by Creator/SethGreen.
20th Aug '13 4:43:11 AM WNDKPfST
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19th Aug '13 12:45:08 PM Viira
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** Sherman from ''Mini Monsters'' was voiced by SethGreen.

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** Sherman from ''Mini Monsters'' was voiced by SethGreen.Creator/SethGreen.
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