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A daily Newspaper Strip about Disney/LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.

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A daily Newspaper Strip about Disney/LadyAndTheTramp's WesternAnimation/LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.



The movie's sequel, ''Disney/LadyAndTheTrampIIScampsAdventure'', isn't very related to the comic strip beyond using Scamp's name and the basic plot of the first arc of Scamp running away from home.

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The movie's sequel, ''Disney/LadyAndTheTrampIIScampsAdventure'', ''WesternAnimation/LadyAndTheTrampIIScampsAdventure'', isn't very related to the comic strip beyond using Scamp's name and the basic plot of the first arc of Scamp running away from home.


The movie's sequel, ''Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure'', isn't very related to the comic strip beyond using Scamp's name and the basic plot of the first arc of Scamp running away from home.

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The movie's sequel, ''Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure'', ''Disney/LadyAndTheTrampIIScampsAdventure'', isn't very related to the comic strip beyond using Scamp's name and the basic plot of the first arc of Scamp running away from home.


* ABoyAndHisX: Scamp and Albert.

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* %%* ABoyAndHisX: Scamp and Albert.Albert. %% Add more context to describe their relationship and what effect it has on them. %%


* NoNameGiven: Scamp is the only one of Lady and Tramp's children that has a name when the strip begins. They are eventually named as part of the story, though.

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* NoNameGiven: NeverGivenAName: Scamp is the only one of Lady and Tramp's children that actually has a name when the strip begins. They are eventually named as part of the story, though.


* Scamp: The star of the series, Scamp is rarely satisfied with simply staying in his yard, and is always out exploring, and learning new things about the world, [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2011/12/us_zz1956h23x_001.jpg even if he comes off as a little stupid in the process]].

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* Scamp: The star of the series, Scamp is rarely satisfied with simply staying in his yard, and is always out exploring, and learning new things about the world, [[http://outducks.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20160822213636if_/http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2011/12/us_zz1956h23x_001.jpg even if he comes off as a little stupid in the process]].




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* FourthWallMailSlot: [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0241do_001.jpg This strip.]] Doesn't affect the storyline, though.


* IronicNickname: Tiny (who's name isn't given in his first appearances) [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2011/12/us_zz1956f26x_001.jpg is anything but]].

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* IronicNickname: Tiny (who's (whose name isn't given in his first appearances) [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2011/12/us_zz1956f26x_001.jpg is anything but]].

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* OutOfFocus: Once the gag a day format kicks in, the focus shifts entirely to Scamp, with members of his family becoming incidental.


* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie. As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.

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* GenderEqualsBreed: GenderEqualsBreed:
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Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie. TheMovie.
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As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.



* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister. And Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].

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* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister. And Scooter As for Scooter? He got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].



* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip. Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.

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* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip. Justified [[note]]Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.[[/note]]


* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie.
** As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.

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* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie.
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TheMovie. As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.



* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister.
** And, of course, Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].

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* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister.
** And, of course,
sister. And Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].



* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip.
** Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.

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* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip.
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strip. Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.


* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie. As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.

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* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie. TheMovie.
**
As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.



* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister. Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].

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* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister. sister.
** And, of course,
Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].



* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip. Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.

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* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailSlot strip. strip.
**
Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.


A daily Newspaper Strip about Disney/LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (Only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.

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A daily Newspaper Strip about Disney/LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (Only (only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.



A SundayStrip version was also started, but it began as a completely separate entity from the daily version, having it's own contained story arc before also becoming gag driven.

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A SundayStrip version was also started, but it began as a completely separate entity from the daily version, having it's its own contained story arc before also becoming gag driven.



* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Tramp and Scamp can whistle.
* BlindingBangs: Woolly



* ADayInTheLimeLight: The story arc where Tramp tries prove he's a good provider for his family and the arc where the other puppies are named are the only arcs to star someone other than Scamp.
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: Tramp and Scamp can whistle.
* BlindingBangs: Woolly



* ADayInTheLimelight: The story arc where Tramp tries prove he's a good provider for his family and the arc where the other puppies are named are the only arcs to star someone other than Scamp.
* TheFaceless: Like the movies, you rarely see more than Jim Dear or Darling's legs. Especially since the comic likes to keep most of the action outside the house.



* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie.
** As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.

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* GenderEqualsBreed: Averted with Scooter. Played straight in TheMovie.
**
TheMovie. As a minor change, Scamp has lighter coloured paws, a trait shared by his mother, but not his father. This isn't the way he's designed in the movies, but nearly every comic has gone with this.



* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister.
** And, of course, Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].

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* TheManInTheMoon: [[http://dailydisneyana.blogspot.com/2010/10/scamp-december-8-1955.html He says hi!]]
* MeaningfulName: Discussions about [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2007/02/br_pd_0242da_001.jpg where Scamp's name comes from]] seem to suggest that he was called "a scamp" whenever he got into trouble, and decided that must be his name, while his family decided to go with it. Meanwhile, Fluffy and Ruffy manage to get semi-fitting names; Fluffy being more girly, and Ruffy being "rougher" than her sister.
** And, of course,
sister. Scooter got his name by [[http://outducks.org/webusers/webusers/2008/02/br_pd_0242dk_001.jpg scooting over a patch of water in the middle of a frozen lake]].



* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailslot strip.
** Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.

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* RougeAnglesOfSatin: The second letter in the FourthWallMailslot strip.
**
FourthWallMailSlot strip. Justified in that it seems to have been written by a child.



* TheFaceless: Like the movies, you rarely see more than Jim Dear or Darling's legs. Especially since the comic likes to keep most of the action outside the house.
* TheManInTheMoon: [[http://dailydisneyana.blogspot.com/2010/10/scamp-december-8-1955.html He says hi!]]


* Scooter: Scamp's shy younger little brother, and the last of the puppies to be named. Due to his shy nature, his family refereed to him as "the Baby". He is thankful to have an actual name.

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* Scooter: Scamp's shy younger little brother, and the last of the puppies to be named. Due to his shy nature, his family refereed referred to him as "the Baby". He is thankful to have an actual name.


A daily Newspaper Strip about LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (Only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.

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A daily Newspaper Strip about LadyAndTheTramp's Disney/LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (Only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.


A daily Newspaper Strip about LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on GasolineAlley) that started in October of 1955 (Only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.

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A daily Newspaper Strip about LadyAndTheTramp's son Scamp originally written by Ward Greene (the man who wrote the short story that the movie is based on) and illustrated by Dick Moores (who's also worked on GasolineAlley) ''ComicStrip/GasolineAlley'') that started in October of 1955 (Only four months after the release of the movie it's spun off of) and ran until 1988. In its heyday, Scamp had his own comic book series, and remained a common feature in Walt Disney Comics and Stories up until and including the last issue published by Gemstone before Boom! took over. Which isn't bad for a comic starring a character that only appeared in the final scene of a movie.

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