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* PutTheirHeadsTogether: In one story, Jimmy knocks a couple of bad guys' heads together.

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* PutTheirHeadsTogether: In one story, Jimmy knocks [[https://branchesculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/jimmy-tornado-frc3a9dc3a9ric-antoine-jean-franc3a7ois-vachon-choc.jpg knocks]] a couple of bad guys' heads together.


The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''. The comic has also received runs in ''Super Pif'' and ''Magazine/{{OWL}}''.

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The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''. The comic has also received runs run in ''Super Pif'' and ''Magazine/{{OWL}}''.

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* PutTheirHeadsTogether: In one story, Jimmy knocks a couple of bad guys' heads together.

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* AgeLift: In the magazine version, Lupé is described as being 17 years old. The album version raises her age to 19 while keeping Jimmy the same age (15).


''Jimmy Tornado'' is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Quebec}} French Canadian]] comic series by Frédéric Antoine and Jean-François Vachon. It follows the globe-trotting adventures of the talking gorilla Jimmy Tornado and his human scientist sister, Guadalupé "Lupé" Tornado.

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''Jimmy Tornado'' is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Quebec}} French Canadian]] comic series written by Frédéric Antoine and drawn by Jean-François Vachon. It follows the globe-trotting adventures of the talking gorilla Jimmy Tornado and his human scientist sister, Guadalupé "Lupé" Tornado.

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* BrotherSisterTeam: Jimmy and Lupé travel the world on adventures together.


# ''The Shadow of Steel'' (''Atlas ne répond plus''[[labelnote:translation]]"Atlas no longer responds"[[/labelnote]])
# ''Danger at the Bottom of the Sea'' (''Péril au fond des mers'')
# ''Aux portes d'Agartha'' ("At the gates of Agartha")

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# ''The Shadow of Steel'' (2017) (''Atlas ne répond plus''[[labelnote:translation]]"Atlas no longer responds"[[/labelnote]])
# ''Danger at the Bottom of the Sea'' (2017) (''Péril au fond des mers'')
# ''Aux portes d'Agartha'' (2020) ("At the gates of Agartha")


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''Jimmy Tornado'' is a comic series by Frédéric Antoine and Jean-François Vachon. It follows the globe-trotting adventures of the talking gorilla Jimmy Tornado and his human scientist sister, Guadalupé "Lupé" Tornado.

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''Jimmy Tornado'' is a [[UsefulNotes/{{Quebec}} French Canadian]] comic series by Frédéric Antoine and Jean-François Vachon. It follows the globe-trotting adventures of the talking gorilla Jimmy Tornado and his human scientist sister, Guadalupé "Lupé" Tornado.


The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''. The comic has also appeared in ''Super Pif'' and ''Magazine/{{OWL}}''.

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The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''. The comic has also appeared received runs in ''Super Pif'' and ''Magazine/{{OWL}}''.


* BrainsAndBrawn: Jimmy is the muscle of the duo, clobbering baddies with the strength of a gorilla, while Lupé, as a scientist, is the brains.

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* BrainsAndBrawn: Jimmy is the muscle of the duo, clobbering baddies with the strength of a gorilla, his gorilla strength, while Lupé, as a scientist, is the brains.


The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''.

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The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''. The comic has also appeared in ''Super Pif'' and ''Magazine/{{OWL}}''.

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''Jimmy Tornado'' is a comic series by Frédéric Antoine and Jean-François Vachon. It follows the globe-trotting adventures of the talking gorilla Jimmy Tornado and his human scientist sister, Guadalupé "Lupé" Tornado.

# ''The Shadow of Steel'' (''Atlas ne répond plus''[[labelnote:translation]]"Atlas no longer responds"[[/labelnote]])
# ''Danger at the Bottom of the Sea'' (''Péril au fond des mers'')
# ''Aux portes d'Agartha'' ("At the gates of Agartha")

The first two volumes were originally published as ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' in youth science magazine ''Les Débrouillards''.
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* BrainsAndBrawn: Jimmy is the muscle of the duo, clobbering baddies with the strength of a gorilla, while Lupé, as a scientist, is the brains.
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Lupé is a brainy scientist who wears glasses.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Lupé's name is written without the accent in the magazine version, but with the accent in the album version.
* SpotlightStealingTitle: When the comic went from magazine to album, it was rechristened from ''Jimmy & Lupe Tornado'' to just ''Jimmy Tornado''. [[https://www.actuabd.com/Frederic-Antoine-et-Jean-Francois-Vachon-Jimmy-Tornado-La-serie-Harry-Potter According to the creators]], this was out of a need for a punchier title and not wanting to drop the impact of "Tornado".
* TeenGenius: At 19, Lupé is a brilliant and respected multidisciplinary scientist.
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