Comic 472 - Epilogue
14th Nov 2019, 12:00 AM in Cryptids in Space!
Epilogue
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Microraptor edit delete
Microraptor
In this epilogue, Bettina Timmy has to deal with her two advertising bozos once again.
Turns out even they can't sugarcoat the main flaw of this product...

And next week, we'll continue with: Guest comics!
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Jean_Q_Citizen edit delete reply
Jean_Q_Citizen
*Boris Badenov walks in* “Is good, but will it keel moose AND squirrel?”
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
Via Popcultural Osmosis, I happen to know what you are talking about - even though this show (to my knowledge) never aired in my country.

The initial inspiration for this page was therefore something completely different - namely this Epic Rap Battle video, of which the verse "a bullet can't stop the Bull Moose" got stuck in my mind...
Stilldown edit delete reply
Stilldown
It did. It was part of "Trickfilmzeit mit Adelheit". Bullwinkle & Rocky were part of it, but my favourite among it where the Mr. Magoo cartoons. And there was the strange case of sexchange when blue anteater Seymour became "Die blaue Elise" in german translation. I never figured out what was the idea of the translators.
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
"Trickfilmzeit mit Adelheid" was before my birth. (At least judging from the info found on the internet. I have no idea for how long - if at all - reruns where shown after the show's initial airing.) So it's no wonder I didn't ever see Bullwinkle & Rocky.
I definitely have seen Mr. Magoo on occasion though. And likewise the blue anteater, but I know him/her/it primarily from the "Der rosarote Panther"/"The Pink Panther" show.
Stilldown edit delete reply
Stilldown
I recall that "Trickfilmzeit mit Adelheit" was repeated somewhere in the 1990ies, but I saw it earlier as a little child and forgot most of it - but it was somehoe eerie as I suddenly recalled the characters after seing them now again in the internet. Mr. Mago was indeed a much older character (late 1940ies, I think) that appeared in several shows and was shown in own cartoon movies years ago, I still enjoyed watching them as they were aired again (playing Don Quichote, Cyrano De Bergerac, etc.) I faintly recall there was even an attempt to turn it into a live action movie, but I didn't watch it and have no intention to do so.
lirvilas edit delete reply
lirvilas
Department of Defense contracts, Tiny! Because ALL boys like to play with their toys!

target market off target yo
Microraptor edit delete reply
Microraptor
ToyCo could even keep the moose angle by claiming that this thing may be useful for keeping at bay those pesky Canadians!