History WesternAnimation / Wizards

21st Apr '16 1:36:39 PM Glim
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* MagicalBarefooter: Avatar goes around barefoot, being a kind of hippie-elf. Avatar ultimately squares off against his EvilCounterpart brother Blackwolf, who wears cloth shoes or large socks. Also, Avatar's GirlFriday is the fairy Elinore, likewise barefoot, in contrast to Blackwolf's assassin Peace, who wears boots attached to his crimson onesie.



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13th Feb '16 8:05:03 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AwardBaitSong: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyOTV8rqM9Q Time Will Tell]]".
6th Dec '15 5:39:11 AM Prinzenick
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In late 2015, Ralph Bakshi announced that a sequel to the film, ''Wizards II'', will be his next project if his film ''WesternAnimation/TheLastDaysOfConeyIsland'' does well in sales.
5th Dec '15 3:04:30 AM morenohijazo
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* PostApocalypticGasmask: The "generic" mutants all wear coveralls and gasmasks. (It's hard to tell but a couple of cutscenes seem to imply that their '''faces''' are gasmask shaped!)
1st Dec '15 10:09:11 AM NTC3
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never find out what becomes of Blackwolf's wife and newborn son. They are shown escaping from Scortch after [[spoiler: she prevents Weehawk from killing Elinore, whom he believes is a traitor]], but are never shown again.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never find out what becomes of Blackwolf's wife and newborn son. They are shown escaping from Scortch Scorch after [[spoiler: she prevents Weehawk from killing Elinore, whom he believes is a traitor]], but are never shown again.
31st Oct '15 3:09:30 AM Mr.French
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* LostAesop: Most people assume, probably due to the introduction at the beginning of the film, that the moral is ScienceIsBad. According to the commentary, it's actually a statement about propaganda (which both the good guys and bad guys use, but if you're too sympathetic to Avatar's faction's rhetoric of peace you might miss that his team's is subtler). The good guys have no problems using technology (namely, guns) when they have to.

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* LostAesop: Most people assume, probably due to the introduction at the beginning of the film, that the moral is ScienceIsBad. According to the commentary, it's actually a statement about propaganda (which both the good guys and bad guys use, but if you're too sympathetic to Avatar's faction's rhetoric of peace you might miss that his team's teams' is subtler). The good guys have no problems using technology (namely, guns) when they have to.



* PerverseSexualLust: [[OurElvesAreDifferent Weehawk.]]
29th Oct '15 6:57:50 PM CountMontoni
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* LostAesop: Most people assume, probably due to the introduction at the beginning of the film, that the moral is ScienceIsBad. According to the commentary, it's actually a statement about propaganda. The good guys have no problems using technology (namely, guns) when they have to.

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* LostAesop: Most people assume, probably due to the introduction at the beginning of the film, that the moral is ScienceIsBad. According to the commentary, it's actually a statement about propaganda.propaganda (which both the good guys and bad guys use, but if you're too sympathetic to Avatar's faction's rhetoric of peace you might miss that his team's is subtler). The good guys have no problems using technology (namely, guns) when they have to.
22nd Sep '15 2:40:35 PM StFan
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->''"[[DeathByCameo They killed]] [[Film/FritzTheCat Fritz]]!"''

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->''"[[DeathByCameo They killed]] [[Film/FritzTheCat [[WesternAnimation/FritzTheCat Fritz]]!"''



Notable for featuring the early work of MarkHamill.

Not to be confused with ''TheWizard''.

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Notable for featuring the early work of MarkHamill.

Creator/MarkHamill.

Not to be confused with ''TheWizard''. ''Film/TheWizard''.



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6th Aug '15 2:10:40 PM fruitstripegum
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17th Jul '15 6:10:32 AM KingClark
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* Hypocrite: Both sides of the conflict. Blackwolf calls mutants the master race, yet wishes to kill his unborn son for being one. The forces of magic hate and outlaw technology yet use it to some extent (telescopes, a conjured jukebox, metallurgy), and at the end [[spoiler: openly use firearms to fight the forces of Scorch. Even Avatar shoots Blackwolf with a handgun, albeit at great personal cost.]]

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* Hypocrite: {{Hypocrite}}: Both sides of the conflict. Blackwolf calls mutants the master race, yet wishes to kill his unborn son for being one. The forces of magic hate and outlaw technology yet use it to some extent (telescopes, a conjured jukebox, metallurgy), and at the end [[spoiler: openly use firearms to fight the forces of Scorch. Even Avatar shoots Blackwolf with a handgun, albeit at great personal cost.]]
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