Comic Book / Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars

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When your fur is bright green, you've already gone where no ordinary rabbit would dare.

A very short-lived but well remembered comic book series created by Larry Hama, with help from Michael Golden and Neal Adams, about the titular green humanoid hare who fights to protect his Universe from the scourge of the evil Toad Empire. Bucky is assisted by the crew of his ship, the Righteous Indignation, which is joined by a human Child Prodigy named Willy DuWitt, who entered his universe through a Portal Door that he accidentally helped create via simultaneous Photon Accelerator malfunction, and is trapped until the event can be recreated.

The comic series was adapted into a similarly short-lived animated television series and two video games.note  Thanks to Pragmatic Adaptation, Willy DuWitt can go freely back and forth between Earth and the other universe - renamed the "Aniverse" - at will in the cartoon.

It should not be confused with Jazz Jackrabbit or Star Fox.

Bucky O'Hare and the Trope Wars:

  • Action Figure File Card: The toys had them, courtesy of the man who created the Ur-Example.
  • Action Girl: Jenny and, to a lesser extent if only due to lack of screen time, Mimi LaFloo.
  • Action-Hogging Opening: The series, of course.
  • Adorkable: Willy and Felicia.
  • Advert-Overloaded Future: Any planet controlled by the Toads is this.
  • Arch-Enemy: The Toad Air Marshal sees himself as Bucky's, though really Bucky and Toadborg are a closer fit.
  • Adaptation Distillation: First a comic book, then the cartoon, then one video game, and finally a second one meant to end the series.
  • A.I. is a Crapshoot: The main villain, Komplex, is a sentient computer program that the toads designed to run their planet. Naturally it turned evil, brainwashed them, and sent them on the warpath. All for no readily apparent reason other than "AI is evil." Even the benevolent android Blinky is reprogrammed by Toadborg in one episode to sabotage the ship, but Bucky and the gang keep him on anyway. Blinky's central programming fought back against Toadborg's control and actually managed to break free.
  • All There in the Manual: The name of Bucky's mysterious mentor, Damaron Jabok, is given in a promotional booklet for an abandoned second season and further toyline.
  • All There in the Script: The names of several characters and things, particularly:
    • Jeff and Mark (the other two bullies with Doug)
    • Bob (the gray hare in "Home, Swampy, Home")
    • Digger the mole's surname, McSquint.
    • Willy's mother's first name, "Sunshine."
    • The Iron Vulturenote  (the Corsair Canards' pirate ship)
    • Dr. Wartimer and Dr. Croakley (the other two toad scientists who created Komplex)
  • All Women Are Lustful: Both Jenny and Mimi LaFloo are very direct about their affections.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: Bucky has green fur.
  • Amazon Brigade: The Articifers.
  • Artificial Limbs: Kamikaze Kamo's lower arms are both cybernetic.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: The toy version of the Toad Croaker. While in the show, games, and comic it was presented as more or less a one man recon vehicle, the toy was altered slightly to look like a left shoe, complete with treads on its bottom. The reason was so that kids would use it to smash it down onto Toad Trooper action figures, "stepping" on themnote ... Needless to say the toads' own Double Bubble didn't come anywhere close to this level of awesome.
  • Awesome McCoolname: Many characters had these but Rumble Bee stands out.
  • Badass Boast: This is BRUISER, the Betelgeusian Berserker Baboon speaking! I'm unstoppable, unbeatable, and uncontrollable!
  • Badass Crew: The crews of the Righteous Indignation and Indefatigable. To wit:
    • Bucky is an adept tactician and planner, as well as a highly skilled tumbler and acrobat.
    • Jenny uses her (secretnote ) psychic abilities to devastating effect, and is an excellent pilot and perfectly capable personal combatant.
    • Deadeye is a lethal marksman with any gun (hence his name).
    • Willy, in spite of being a young child without military training, still fights effectively alongside the crew of the Righteous. He is skilled enough with a frisbee to hit a thrown knife in flight.
    • Blinky has shown excellent skills in infiltration and cyberwarfare.
    • Bruiser is Bruiser. He caused the toads to evacuate an entire planet by making a Badass Boast on TV. Twice.
  • Badass Teacher: Jenny to Felicia.
  • Batman Gambit: Toadborg uses one on Jenny in "The Artificers of Alderberan": he kidnaps Felicia - Jenny's student - and takes her into a nebula that he couldn't possibly navigate himself, knowing that Jenny would use her powers to navigate the nebula for him. He did this to get at the source of the Articifers' power. Another one was used by the good guys in "The Taking of Pilot Jenny" which succeeded in freeing the captured planet Warren.
  • Battle Cry: The characteristic HI-YOU-GAH! of the Betelgeusian marines.
    • "Let's croak (us some) toads!"
  • Berserk Button:
  • Berserker Tears: Shed by Bruiser after Bruce vanishes for the second time.
    That's the second time the toads cost me MY BROTHER!
  • Big Bad: Komplex.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • This kicks off the revelation of the Batman Gambit in "The Taking of Pilot Jenny" when, with the Righteous Crew seemingly at the mercy of Komplex and Toadborg, the ship they're all in is rocked by gunfire as the Indefatigable cuts through their stagnate defenses like a hot knife through butter.
    • Another one occurs in "Bye Bye Berserker Baboon." The Terror Toad, a monstrous amphibian warrior, has the heroes cornered. To make matters worse, unlike his brethren, he is not afraid of Berserker Baboons and looks like he could eat them like popcorn. Bucky O'Hare, injured in a failed attack on the monster, suddenly dives down and burrows through the ground away, escaping. Unable to believe they've been abandoned by their leader, the others are treated to the sight of their ship suddenly launching and flying away. The monster gets closer and closer as the Air Marshal cackles that he's finally beaten even the "Great Bucky O'Hare." Suddenly, the sound of rockets firing is heard and Bucky returns on the Toad Croaker. Turns out he just went out to the next planet over to snag several jars of the Aniverse's best tasting flies, with which he proceeds to lure the Terror Toad back to the Toad Mothership where it proceeds to tear the place apart.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy:
    • When Blinky was captured by the toads and reprogrammed, this was the result on him when he was rescued by the Righteous.
  • The Big Guy: Big, lovable Bruiser.
  • Canon Foreigner: Bruiser, Commander Dogstar, Mimi LaFloo, Toadborg, Frix and Frax, and Al Negator are all from the cartoon.
  • Cat Folk: Jenny and the residents of her home planet Aldebaran.
  • The Champion: Toadborg is Komplex's champion.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Willy's water gun, which is "confiscated" by Deadeye in the second episode. It becomes VERY important to the crew when they're making their escape from the Toad Mothership. It's lampshaded later when the same tactic doesn't work a second time.
  • Chick Magnet: Bucky and Willy.
  • Child Prodigy: If Willy were not one of these, it's doubtful that he would have survived the first episode.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: This happens by way of Offstage Villainy in the episode "The Artificers of Alderberan" when Princess Felicia gets herself captured by toads. The scene begins with a solitary toad forcing Felicia to watch terrible commercials. Then Toadborg enters the room, proceeds to literally throw the toad out of the room in disgust, leaving him alone with Felicia. Then he clutches her face in a rather uncomfortable manner. This immediately precedes her being tortured by Toadborg offscreen.
  • Comic-Book Fantasy Casting: Dogstar's voice is based on Jim Backus.
  • Cool Ship: At least Bucky's ship's name is easily the coolest in Western TV animation, the Righteous Indignation.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When Jenny first met Toadborg, she mistook him for a simple robot and tried to defeat him with a psychic blast. It didn't work: as it turns out, cyborgs aren't nearly as susceptible to her psychic abilities as robots are. Toadborg retaliates by effortlessly blasting her to the floor and knocking her out with an aerosol.
  • Cute but Cacophonic: Felicia.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Felicia.
  • Cyborg: Toadborg was a toad soldier who suffered a catastrophic injury and was rebuilt as a nearly invincible cyborg soldier.
  • Cyber Cyclops: The one-eyed android Blinky.
  • Darker and Edgier: The "web series" continuing this show most definitely dove into this area.
  • Day in the Limelight: After "War of the Warts" every crew member of the Righteous Indignation got a least one episode in which to shine, sometimes two.
  • Demoted to Extra: Toadborg becomes this in the NES game. While he is still a boss character, he is only the boss of the relatively easy Green Planet, and one of the easiest bosses to beat himself. This is in contrast to his status as The Dragon and Knight of Cerebus in the show.
  • The Dragon: Toadborg, to Komplex.
  • The Dreaded: The Berserker Baboons. And that's after the Toads' genetic fear of Baboons has been neutralized.
    Air Marshal: Wait a minute! Now, the goggles are a neat trick, but the Betelgeusian Berserker Baboons are our most formidable foes in the Aniverse!
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Bruiser falls into the role quite easily, when he is a guest instructor at the Betelgeusian military academy. His mother is very proud of him.
  • Dystopia: Formerly, the Toads' homeworld was a swamp planet. Now, it's a planet-sized industrial complex that runs seven layers deep beneath the surface, with every inch of the factory-planet totally controlled and endlessly watched by Komplex. Because their planet is in such a state, the Toads have turned to stealing other planets and changing the biosphere to resemble their original swampy home. Despite this, when Komplex is taken offline in an attack by Bucky O'Hare, the Toads rebuild him without hesitation, because they love their Toad TV.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In the first three episodes, Frix and Frax have deep, gruff voices that actually make them sound somewhat tough. This is sharp contrast to all their later appearances where they have high, squeaky, whiny voices.
  • Empathy Doll Shot: In the Theme Song opening. Also used in a flashback in the second episode.
  • The Empire: And one populated by amphibians no less.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Bruiser's not evil, but he is a badass. And he loves his mother very much.
  • Everyone Calls Him Bar Keep: The Toad Air Marshal, even after Komplex fires him in one episode.
  • Everything's Better with Monkeys: Bruiser.
  • Expository Theme Tune: The cartoon's theme song is a cross between this and Bragging Theme Tune.
  • The Faceless: All of the human adults are shown from the neck down. The only humans whose faces we see are kids.
  • Faceless Goons: Pretty much all of the toads except for the Toad Air Marshal and Toadborg.
  • Fantastic Racism: Komplex has a deep hatred against all non-Toad beings.
  • Feathered Fiend: All ducks shown tend towards the anti-heroic side of things.
    • The Corsair Canards are a gang of pirates who are most emphatically not The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything (the first thing we see them do is attack a luxury liner), but have a "no first use of violence"-policy (note, no first use, the Corsairs will gladly turn any ship that offers resistance into dust) which is enough to convince Bucky that the Corsairs are worth cultivating as allies against the Toads.
    • Kamikaze Kamo is a ninja duck, and the leads La Résistance against the Toad-backed Lizards attempting to conquer Canopus III. Kamo and his people are decent enough, but they are also reluctant to hold back and will happily use bladed weapons and attack from ambush. Kamo is shown nailing a fleeing enemy in the back with a shuriken.
    • On a more personal level, there is Deadeye Duck. Deadeye is a former Corsair Canard in good standing, and while he serves loyally as Bucky's master gunner, he is also far more likely to lie, cheat, steal and use gun violence in the name of the cause than the other main characters.
  • The Federation: The United Animal Security Council and its strong arm, S.P.A.C.E.
  • Fictional United Nations: The United Animal Security Council operates like this.
  • Five-Bad Band:
  • Five-Man Band:
    • The Hero: Bucky.
    • The Lancer: Deadeye and Jenny share this slot, with Jenny being the Number One and Bucky's closest co-worker, and Deadeye being the more shady and pragmatic foil to Bucky's clean-cut front-page heroism.
    • The Big Guy: Bruiser and Deadeye share this slot. Both of them are heavy hitters, Bruiser with fists and feet and Deadeye with various guns (though Bruiser has proven himself to be a reasonably competent gunner when Deadeye is otherwise occupied).
    • The Smart Guy: Willy.
    • The Chick: Blinky.
  • Five-Episode Pilot: Okay a three episode one, but who's counting?
  • Flash of Pain: In the arcade game, bosses gain seizure times of turning orange whenever they're dead soon.
  • French Jerk: Captain Smada.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: Toadborg wants the defense codes or he'll jettison Bucky, Jenny and Deadeye into space. Willy faces a moral dilemma. Does he destroy the disks containing the codes, or give them up to save his friends? At Bucky's insistence he smashes them, to Toadborg's fury.... until Al Negator turns up with a copy of the codes. Oops.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Before Komplex corrupted them, the toads were a lazy, decadent race with a penchant for shoddily-made consumer products.
  • Frothy Mugs of Water: Former pirate Gunner Deadeye Duck's favored drink? Swamp Grass.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: All the furry characters.
  • Fun with Acronyms: S.P.A.C.E.: Sentient Protoplasm Against Colonial Encroachment
  • Genius Bruiser: Toadborg.
    • Bruce. He isn't quite as badass as his brother Bruiser, but makes a credible enough One-Man Army, is a warp drive engineer by trade, and builds a teleporter out of scrap.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Bucky's aviator cap has a pair of large goggles that he never pulls down over his eyes.
  • Granola Girl: Willy's mother. Her name is "Sunshine", and in her first appearance she is gearing up for a "Save the Whales"-rally.
  • Groin Attack: Jenny kicks a toad in the family jewels in the first episode.
  • Handicapped Badass: Deadeye has only one eye. The lack of depth perception has no effect on his aim.
  • Hero of Another Story: Commander Dogstar and the crew of the Indefatigable in the TV-series.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Felicia to Jenny.
  • Holding Out for a Hero: The enslaved hares put to work building a new climate converter are waiting to be rescued by Bucky O'Hare, which irritates Mimi LaFloo who is trying to organize a resistance movement to free themselves.
  • Hostile Terraforming: The toads have a machine which can completely change the climate and ecology of a conquered planet into a swamp. Given what we see of the cities on such converted worlds, this cannot be a pleasant experience for anything currently on the surface when this happens.
  • Humanoid Female Animal: Every singe female character in the entire series fits this trope. However, not all of them have hair.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: The Toad Air Marshal. He sees himself as Bucky's arch-nemesis but Bucky seems to view him as little more than an annoyance.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: And with a flying disk no less. Also some of the shots Deadeye pulls off seem fairly unlikely even given his background.
  • Informed Ability: The Toad Air Marshal is forever talking about his accomplishments and skills, but for the run of the series he's much more of joke character than anything else. Of course, considering the only guy in the entire Empire who seems remotely competent is in a higher position than him and above that is a super-computer, maybe he really is the best Komplex could get for the job.
  • Interspecies Romance: All of the implied romances are this. See Ship Tease for more details.
  • Jerk Ass: Vice-Chairman Grebb, the Toad Air Marshal, and Al Negator all fit this trope.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Toadborg. The Air Marshal is incompetent and the toads are ineffectual, but Toadborg is tough, smart, competent and dangerous.
  • Lady Land: Jenny's home planet Aldeberan seems to be this.
  • Large Ham: In-universe example: Bruiser's TV appearances are GLORIOUSLY hammy.
  • Lighter and Softer: While the better known TV series adaptation doesn't allow anyone to die on either side of the Toad Empire vs S.P.A.C.E. conflict, the original comic wasn't restricted by any television censors. As a result, characters could -and often did- actually die. Poor Bruce got reduced to ashes in the first issue. In addition, the TV series would generally substitute wacky and silly Toad TV commercials for torture and war devastation.
  • Like Brother and Sister: While Jenny and Bucky certainly care for each other, they never treat each other any differently than their other crewmates. In fact, the only one who receives any romantic affection from Jenny was Willy: she often teases him.
  • Lovable Nerd: Willy.
  • Magitek: The sensors of the Righteous Indignation were designed by the Artificers of Aldebaran.
  • Male Gaze: A rather gratuitous example occurs in "The Good the Bad, and the Worty": Jenny gets sedated after being on the receiving end of a Curb-Stomp Battle courtesy of Toadborg. As she loses consciousness, the scene abruptly cuts to a tightly focused shot of her breasts that leaves her head completely out of the frame as her raised arms fall limp.
  • Married to the Job: Bucky and Deadeye.
  • Meaningful Name: Most of the characters have these.
  • Medals for Everyone: "Bye Bye, Berserker Baboon" begins with Bruiser being decorated for valorous conduct.
  • The Mentor: Bucky actually has one in the form of the mysterious Mentor, a rabbit who taught him how to be a warrior. Given how young he's portrayed as, one wonders when he had time to do that AND go through the Academy on Genus.
  • The Mole: Chairman Harman turns out to be a tiny newt controlling a robot body.
  • Momma's Boy: Bruiser.
  • Mook Lieutenants: Frix and Frax.
  • More Than Mind Control: The Toad Empire is totally and completely under Komplex's control, despite the fact that the Toads are clearly in control of their own mental faculties. This is done through television signals, which most of the Toads find addicting, but not debilitating. To non-Toads, the content of those signals act as Mind Rape, implying that the Toads have been conditioned to accept this. However, if given enough time and effort, Komplex can manipulate these signals to empty the minds of non-Toads and directly reprogram them to serve him.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Jenny, as well as the Aldebarans in general.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Deadeye.
  • The Napoleon: The Toad Air Marshal, swagger stick and all. Bucky also to a certain degree.
  • Never Say "Die": While the cartoon adheres to this, the comic averts it totally.
    • Willy drops the word "killed" during the Challenge of Skills between Redjack and Deadeye, though.
  • Nice Guy: Willy DuWitt.
  • Nintendo Hard: The NES game. Surprisingly, it wasn't bad programming gave the game this distinction, it was the requirement for skill.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: The female toads have these.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: According to Blinky, the reason the Toads' initial push was so unprepared for was that everyone thought they were completely harmlessnote ... Silly Mammals.
  • Not Quite Dead: In the cartoon, Bruce gets zapped by the photon accelerator and everyone thinks he's dead (or rather, had "attained oneness with the universe") as a result. He actually got teleported across the Aniverse. In the comic, however, Bruce actually had attained oneness with the universe.
  • Off Model: There's times where the animators end up drawing Bucky and Deadeye like Bugs and Daffy and in a few scenes, The Air Marshal looks like he stepped out of The Simpsons. Though as the show is animated by AKOM, who also animated those other shows, it's not that surprising.
    • It only gets worse as the show goes on, with an increase of ugly drawings and miscolored characters. With "Corsair Canards" being the worst in this regard.
  • Oh, Crap!: Nearly all toads are terrified of Berzerker Baboons and they have this reaction whenever one shows up.
  • Portal Door: A literal example; the portal between Earth and the Aniverse is the door of Willy's closet.
  • Psychic Powers: Jenny and all of the Aldebarans have these.
  • Punny Name: Come on...Al Negator?
    • The toad scientists who built Komplex are named Hopkins, Wartimer and Croakley.
    • "Willy DuWitt". Just say his full name and think about it.
  • Recycled IN SPACE!: Buck Rogers with anthropomorphic animals.
  • Reformed Criminal: Deadeye straddles the line between this and Recruiting the Criminal. He used to be a member of the notorious pirate band the Corsair Canards, but seems to have left on good terms. He is well-known and respected among the Corsairs (though some consider him a sell-out) and keeps in touch with his old shipmates. He is also the master gunner of the Righteous Indignation and a loyal and trustworthy member of Bucky's crew.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Al Negator is a two-timing scuzzball only out for profit, willing even to betray the toads. Likewise, Samurai lizard Sly Leezard is quite the bastard. Note that this is subverted when Sly's boss, the supreme commander of the Samurai lizards, has him punished for breaking the Samurai's code of honor, and lets the heroes go free (so long as they never return).
  • Restraining Bolt: K.O.M.P.L.E.X. had at least one programmed into him, he cannot hurt his designers, so when he took over the toads, he sent them into deep space.
  • Robot Soldier: The Toads use some of these as a supplement to their armies. Jenny made the mistake of thinking Toadborg was one of them.
  • Role Reprisal: Most of the cast of the cartoon returned for the Arcade Game, with the exception of Samuel Vincent, whose character was instead played by Scott McNeil
  • Scott McNeil: Deadeye Duck and various other characters, it's one of his early gigs.
  • Secret Keeper: Willy regarding Jenny. In fact, he gets let in on a number of secrets from all the crew over the course of the series.
  • Short Runner: The TV series was gone after 13 episodes.
  • Shout-Out: Both the comic and the cartoon contain a massive amount of references to both Star Trek and Star Wars.
  • Space Pirates: The Corsair Canards, Deadeye's old outfit.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In the comics, Bruce dies and goes onto be replaced by Bruiser and Willy. He was instead teleported to a faroff galaxy in the Animated Adaptation, and comes back for a second appearance.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Jenny is the only female in Bucky's crew.
  • Ship Tease: The show clearly teases three possible relationships, but due to the show's short time on the air, nothing is developed in any concrete way. The teased relationships are Jenny with Willy, and Bucky with Mimi.
  • Statuesque Stunner: Jenny is quite tall compared to nearly everyone who isn't a Berserker Baboon, and is also a major source of Fanservice.
  • Sufficiently Advanced Alien: Encountered in the comic book in the form of a white mouse. Apparently anything he creates that travels outside his "sphere of influence" ceases to be, which the toads found out to their detriment when the magma they stole from his planet disappeared when they got far enough away. He proved to be something of a benevolent version of this trope, using his powers to rescue the toads on the ship (though he later admitted the place he'd sent them to was known for its high property taxes).
  • Tag Team: The NES game uses this mechanic to allow the player to control the entire Righteous Indignation crew.
  • Telepathic Spacemen: Jenny, and all other Articifers.
  • Theme Naming: Frix and Frax.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: Frix and Frax, again.
  • Title Drop: "And now an update on Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars!"
  • Token Human: Willy.
  • Too Dumb to Live:
    • While the toads that recklessly fly into the Deadeye's general area might count, they're Brainwashed and Crazy as an excuse. The United Animal Security Council, on the other hand, seems almost actively trying to get wiped out by the Toad Empire.
    • Frix and Frax, to an insane level.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Many characters, but Jenny and Willy stand out the most.
  • Trigger Happy: Deadeye solves every problem by shooting at it.
  • The Twindividual: Frix and Frax. They're only distinguishable from one another due to the Frix's larger chin and jawline compared to Frax. Otherwise they're essentially identically and almost never appear separately.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Bucky has a cousin named Jeffrey who is nearly identical to him (except he's voiced by Scott McNeil). Bucky uses it to his advantage.
  • Unknown Rival: The Air Marshal considers Bucky his arch-nemesis. Bucky considers the Air Marshal a minor speed-bump on the road to taking down Toadborg and KOMPLEX.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The Void-Droid — very powerful, but not waterproof (initially).
    Air Marshal: I don't believe it! It was ray shielded and missile shielded!
    Frax: But not waterproof!
  • What Measure Is a Non-Cute?: The toads and pretty much every non-mammalian species in the show, apart from birds of course.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Toads, with the exception of Toadborg, fear the berserker baboons.
    • Though initially upon meeting Willy...
    Willy: Stay back or I'll zap you!
  • Wily Walrus: Subverted with Harman, a walrus who is part of the benevolent United Animal Security Council. While he is evil, being The Mole who was sent by the villains to infiltrate the Council, it is later revealed that he is not actually a walrus, but a newt piloting a robot walrus body.
  • World of Funny Animals: Every planet in the Aniverse.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Jenny's apprentice Felicia has this.
  • Zerg Rush: The toad soldiers have training and hardware that's usually shown as being inferior to what Bucky's crew and lone ship can bring to bear in a fight. The main reason they're still dangerous is they're the only side to have an actual fleet and armies. To keep the amphibian menace from engulfing the Aniverse, by the end of the show SPACE has managed to assemble a grand total of three ships, each with a crew of about six members.

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