Follow TV Tropes

Following

History ComicBook / ClemHetherington

Go To


Added DiffLines:

* WhamLine: After the race, we get this from [[spoiler:Kilburn]].
->[[spoiler:'''Kilburn:''' I thought that if I '''showed''' you, you'd see it the way I do. That with your parents out of the way, you'd see. I thought three years would do it.]]


Clem Hetherington is a children's comic book series by Jen Breach and Douglas Holgate.

to:

Clem Hetherington [[quoteright:325:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/clem_hetherington_and_the_ironwood_race.jpg]]

''Clem Hetherington''
is a children's comic book series by Jen Breach and Douglas Holgate.



The first book, "Clem Hetherington And The Ironwood Race", was published in February, 2018.

to:

The first book, "Clem ''Clem Hetherington And The Ironwood Race", Race'', was published in February, February 2018.



!!Clem Hetherington contains examples of:

to:

!!Clem Hetherington contains examples of:Troperington:


* PosthumousCharacter: Brecht Ironwood.

Added DiffLines:

* PosthumousCharacter: Brecht Ironwood.

Added DiffLines:

* TheReveal: Clem finds out after the race that [[spoiler:Mr. Kilburn killed her parents]].

Added DiffLines:

* BarefootCartoonAnimal: The Croconoids.


* HowWeGotHere: The book begins with Clem and Digory in a race against the Croconoids. Clem and Digory are about to crash into a giant creature before flashing back to the museum.

to:

* HowWeGotHere: The first book begins with Clem and Digory in a race against the Croconoids. Clem and Digory are about to crash into a giant creature before flashing back to the museum.

Added DiffLines:

* HowWeGotHere: The book begins with Clem and Digory in a race against the Croconoids. Clem and Digory are about to crash into a giant creature before flashing back to the museum.


The first book, Clem Hetherington And The Ironwood Race, was published in February, 2018.

to:

The first book, Clem "Clem Hetherington And The Ironwood Race, Race", was published in February, 2018.

Added DiffLines:

* TheBigRace: The titular Ironwood Race of the first book. It's a four-day racing event where teams of archaeologists compete to be the first to reach and dig up artifacts hidden by Brecht Ironwood out in the desert. Oh, and it has no rules, so the racers can get dirty.


Added DiffLines:

* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Mainly applies to the Croconoids.
* HeelFaceTurn: Brecht Ironwood had one after being a tomb robber for ten years. After that, he started tracking down all the artifacts he stole and sold on the black market to return them to the tombs he took them from.
* ItBelongsInAMuseum: Clem has this attitude regarding the Ironwood artifacts, even though Kilburn wants to sell them for a lot of money.


Added DiffLines:

* NeverSmileAtACrocodile: The Croconoids are a trio of anthropomorphic crocodile people.

Added DiffLines:

Clem Hetherington is a children's comic book series by Jen Breach and Douglas Holgate.

Clementine Hetherington is the daughter of a famous archaeologist who, along with her husband, died three years ago. She and her robot partner, Digory, escaped from the orphanage where they'd been living since then, so Clem can pursue her dream of following in her mother's footsteps. A dream that's hard to follow because nobody takes her seriously [[JustAKid because she's underage]].

However, Clem won't be dissuaded so easily. She's determined to become an archaeologist, and will do whatever it takes to achieve that.

The first book, Clem Hetherington And The Ironwood Race, was published in February, 2018.

----
!!Clem Hetherington contains examples of:
* BlackAndNerdy: Clem.
* JustAKid: People are reluctant to let Clem come along on archaeological digs because she's still a child, which vexes Clem to no end.
* RobotBuddy: Clem's partner Digory, aka, Dig. Since her father built him, they regard each other as siblings.
----

Showing 11 edit(s) of 11

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report