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Web Animation / Zara And Erika

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Zara and Erika is a Go Animate franchise series. The series focuses on sisters Zara, Erika, and Annabelle, who belong to the ever so dysfunctional Dawson Family. They go on crazy adventures while trying to stay out of trouble. The Zara and Erika series can be traced back to 2012, when a user named Krysalis spawned the Zara character on his Zack Gets' Grounded series. LouieLouie95 gave Zara her own series, as well as her sister Erika, which spawned countless Zara and Erika series in the GoAnimate community, including the Adult Mall, Michael Mixer Mason, and LDF Enterprises's editions.


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  • Abusive Parents: Averted. Kimeberly and Diesel are mainly nice in this series.
  • Adaptation Species Change: The Dawson Gals,Diesel/Bob and Kimberly are turned into foxes, and eventually cats in the later episodes.
  • Affectionate Parody: Several, including Looney Tunes.
  • Beach Episode: "Beach Kitties".
  • Big Damn Movie: Zara and Erika: On Duty
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: This happens every single time, especially with the recent Z&E movie, "The Hawaiian Adventure".
  • Crossover: The show crosses over with Rangeltoons/Kyle & The Gang, another series by LDF Enterprises.
  • Clothing Damage: Happens a few times, such as Erika snipping her evil clone's clothes in an On Duty short.
  • Descended Creator: The creator appears several times throughout the show, and briefly dated Erika in-universe.
  • Eye Glasses: Erika & Annabelle have them since May 2018.
  • Lighter and Softer: Zara and Erika are much kinder to each other in this series.
  • Rise of Zitboy: Erika goes through this in "The Zit"
  • Sick Episode: Erika experiences this in both "Erika Gets Sick" and its remake; "The Sick Girl"
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Zara in some of the earlier episodes.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Zara is terribly afraid of spiders here, but thankfully she gets rid of it.
  • The Movie: Three - Zara and Erika: The Movie, Zara and Erika: On Duty, and Zara and Erika: The Hawaiian Adventure.
  • Tone Shift: Zara and Erika: On Duty has a more dramatic plot than the episodes.
  • Toilet Humor: Some episodes, such as "Clogged".
  • Vulgar Humor: Occasionally.
  • Vocal Evolution: Starting with "Kyleman88789 the Movie 2", Erika's voice became a little higher to distinct it from Liz & Annabelle. But starting in June 2019 with "Kenzie's Cousin", her voice became deeper again.

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