Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Comic, Cómic, Bande dessinée (B.D.), Fumetto, Comic strip

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BCDB
Big Cartoon DataBase

"BCDB" steht für "Big Cartoon DataBase".

(E?)(L1) http://www.bcdb.com/
Nachschlagewerk mit Cartoons mit 100.000 Cartoons.

(E?)(L?) http://www.bcdb.com/bcdb/page.cgi?p=About

This project started because we were bored. And, we wanted an easy way to look up information about cartoons, a dedicated cartoon filmography and in depth episode guide. While IMdb is very good for movies, and has some cartoon information, it did not seem to us to be enough. So, we decided to make something that did suit our needs, The Big Cartoon DataBase (and lots of long nights) ensued.

First and foremost, this is a labor of love. No one gets paid a dime for doing this filmography - in fact, we loose money monthly just running the darn thing. But it is something we enjoy, and so we will keep doing it, updating and adding every chance we get. While the project started as a couple of guys in Salt Lake City with too much time on their hands, we are very indebted to those others - who, like us, love cartoons - and have given freely of their time, hard work and research to help make The Big Cartoon DataBase what it is today.
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Gammus diptherocus (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.quakpiep.de/Barks.html
Ob der Artname "Gammus diptherocus" irgendeine Entsprechung in der realen Wissenschaft der Rennflöhe hat ist mir nicht bekannt. In Entenhausen gehört diese Art jedenfalls zur Familie "Curropulexidae" = "Rennflöhe". Die Bezeichnung "Gammus diptherocus" könnte sich möglicherweise als "Hin- und herspringender Zweiflügler" übersetzen lassen ("gampen" = "hüpfen", "springen" und "diptera" = "Zweiflügler"). - Wenn da nicht die Aussage zu finden wäre: "Flügel oder deren Ansätze sind nicht vorhanden." - ???


"Pfeilnäsiger Erdfloh", "Gammus diptherocus"
Barks, 1958
Der Pfeilnäsige Erdfloh ist ein insektenähnliches Lebewesen von mikroskopischer Größe. Über Verbreitungsgebiet und Lebensweise ist so gut wie nichts bekannt. Sicher ist jedoch, dass der Pfeilnäsige Erdfloh ein sehr schneller Läufer ist. Diese Tatsache wird gerne zur Veranstaltung von "Insektenrennen" gegen unterlegene Gegner genutzt. Obwohl sein morphologischer Aufbau deutlich sichtbar ist, kann dieser nur schwer gedeutet werden, da die Abweichungen vom allgemein recht starren Bauschema der Insekten erheblich sind. Der gut abgrenzbare Kopf trägt einen in einen nach vorne gerichteten Widerhaken auslaufenden Pfeil, der vom übrigen Kopf äußerlich nicht zu trennen ist. es handelt sich dabei also vermutlich nicht um ein Mundwerkzeug im eigentlichen (Insekten-) Sinn. Solche finden sich in Form zahnähnlicher Gebilde im oberen Mundteil. Die "Zunge" ist als Rudiment der unteren Kauwerkzeuge aufzufassen. Antennen fehlen, stattdessen sitzen sieben langgezogene Hautlappen auf dem Kopf. Der Hinterkopf wirkt bepelzt. Die zwei Augen scheinen Linsenaugen zu sein. Das Brustteil ist für Insekten völlig atypisch, aber gut abgrenzbar. Hinter dem Kopf befindet sich ein Segment, das unbepelzt und nach unten dunkel gefärbt ist. Es folgen fünf Segmente, die nur auf dem Rücken abgrenzbar sind. An diesem Körperabschnitt sitzen diffus verteilt sechs Beine, die keine Gliederung aufweisen und unten in vier Krallen auslaufen.
Flügel oder deren Ansätze sind nicht vorhanden. Es könnte sich hier vielleicht um eine rein äußerliche Segmentverdoppelung (sechs Einschnürungen bei drei Segmenten, die den drei Beinpaaren entsprechen würden) handeln, wie man sie z.B. von manchen Ringelwürmern kennt. Diese Hypothese ist jedoch unsicher, weil solch ein Vorgang bei Gliederfüßern bisher nicht nachgewiesen wurde (zudem würde das den Erdfloh aus dem Stammbaum der Insekten herauskatapultieren). Der Hinterleib des Erdflohs ist stummelförmig und unsegmentiert, aber mit ähnlichen Hautlappen wie der Kopf versehen.
Die Tatsache, dass bestimmte Insektenmerkmale (wie z.B. die Dreigliederung des Körpers mit sechs Beinen, die am Brustteil entspringen) vorhanden sind, lässt zu, den Erdfloh als eine durch zahlreiche Sondermerkmale geprägte Übergangsform zwischen Tausendfüßlern und primitiven Insekten zu postulieren. Der Pfeilnäsige Erdfloh gehört also vermutlich wie auch seine Verwandte die Stachelhäutige Blattwanze (Buggus ostecrockus) und Grauenhafter Vielfuß; (s.d.), einer Tiergruppe an, die in unserer Welt noch völlig unbekannt ist.
Der Erdfloh ist somit stammesgeschichtlich sehr alt.


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katzenjammer, Katzenjammer Kids (W3)

= "hangover", "distress", "a discordant clamor".
"Katzenjammer" comes from the German "Katze" = "cat" and "Jammer" = "distress" or "lamentation". English speakers borrowed the word in the 19th century. It's well-known to many because of the "Katzenjammer Kids" a long-running comic strip featuring the incorrigibly mischievous twins Hans and Fritz.

Krypto (W3)

"Krypto" der Hund und die rechte Hand von Superboy, stammt auch vom Planeten Krypton.

(E?)(L?) http://www.fernsehserien.de/index.php?serie=1134
Krypto, der Superhund (USA 2004)

(E?)(L?) http://www.toonopedia.com/krypto.htm
Krypto the Superdog

(E?)(L?) http://www.tv-kult.de/index.php?site=sendungen&m=SK
Krypto, der Superhund

(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Krypto
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Krypto" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1800 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-11

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Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.characterproducts.com/info/character_histories/mickey_minnie_doorway.htm
Mickey Mouse History And A Little About Minnie Mouse
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It was on this train ride back to Los Angeles from New York City that Walt Disney created Mickey Mouse. He knew he had to come up with a new character and created a mouse. (It is interesting to note that this mouse looked quite similar to Oswald the Rabbit. The main differences being Mickey Mouse had short round ears instead of long bunny ears, a longer nose, a long skinny mouse tail instead of a bunny tail, and skinnier legs and arms. The face, eyes, mouth and hairline were very similar.) Walt wanted to name the mouse character "Mortimer", but his wife, Lilly, didn’t like that name and suggested "Mickey Mouse".

"Mickey Mouse" made his debut to the general public in a film named "Steamboat Willie" on November 19, 1928, at the Colony Theatre in New York. This film also featured the first appearance of "Minnie Mouse", as well as the world’s first use of fully synchronized sound in cartoons. "Mickey" and "Minnie" were instant hits. In fact, Mickey Mouse was so popular that over a million children joined the original Mickey Mouse Club between 1929 and 1932. The "Mickey Mouse Club" later became a popular children’s television series that aired on ABC from 1955 to 1959. The show featured talented kids called Mouseketeers who sang, danced, performed skits, and introduced special guests and Disney cartoons.

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"Erika Fuchs" die Erfindering von "piff", "paff", "puff" und "seufz"
"1951 erschien die Micky Maus zum ersten Mal in Deutschland. Als Übersetzerin der amerikanischen Geschichten wurde die promovierte Kunsthistorikerin Erika Fuchs, damals 44jährig, gefunden. Zwanzig Jahre lang übertrug sie sämtliche Disney-Comics ins Deutsche, später nur noch die Barks-Stories. Ihre Sprache hat Generationen geprägt und beeinflusst."


mickey mouse (W3)

(E1)(L1) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad
mickey mouse Mar 00 After the cartoon character Mickey Mouse, created by Walt Disney.

mickey mouse program (W3)

(E3)(L1) http://www.jargon.net/jargonfile/
North American equivalent of a noddy (that is, trivial) program. Doesn't necessarily have the belittling connotations of mainstream slang "Oh, that's just mickey mouse stuff!"; sometimes trivial programs can be very useful.

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Ninth Art, neunte Art

(E?)(L?) http://www.ninthart.com/
Als "Ninth Art" wird die Kunst der Comics bezeichnet. Hier findet man Informationen zu diesem Medium.

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Scrooge McDuck, Uncle Scrooge, scrooge, Dagobert Duck, Dagobert (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.hinternet.de/comic/e/entenwho.php

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Die Rede ist von niemand anderem als von Donalds Onkel "Scrooge McDuck", der 1947 in dieser Entenpersiflage auf Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol" von Carl Barks seinen ersten Auftritt hat und erst nach einer langwierigen Läuterung den Sinn des Weihnachtsfests erkennt und Donald letztlich ein wunderschönes Fest beschert.

Ursprünglich sollte "Scrooge McDuck" nur in dieser Geschichte auftauchen, doch der knauserige alte Sack, der hierzulande als "Dagobert Duck" bekannt wurde, entwickelte sich zum Publikumsliebling. Dieser Tage kann er auf seinen fünfzigsten Jahrestag im Entenkosmos zurückblicken.
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Im Englischen heißt er noch treffend "Scrooge McDuck" = "Geizkragen-Ente", später "Uncle Scrooge".

Warum er im Deutschen den neutralen Namen "Dagobert Duck" erhielt ist nicht ersichtlich.

Da die deutschen Übersetzer aber bekannt waren für ihre Anspielungen ist zu vermuten, dass der Name "Dagobert" bewußt gewählt wurde wegen seiner Bedeutung, die sich zusammensetzt aus kelt.-gall.-germ. "daga" = "gut", "sehr" und ahd. "beraht" = "glänzend". Gemeint ist damit ursprünglich etwa "der sehr Berühmte". Im übertragenen Sinne kann man in "Dagobert" aber auch den "sehr (Gold-)Glänzenden" = "Reichen" sehen.

Die Bezeichnung "Scrooge" = "Geizhals" geht seinerseits zurück auf die Figur "Ebenezer Scrooge" in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" zurück.

(E1)(L1) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=scrooge
(E?)(L?) http://dictionary.reference.com/
(E1)(L1) http://www.takeourword.com/et_q-s.html
(E?)(L?) http://wordcraft.infopop.cc/eponyms.htm
(E?)(L?) http://www.wordsmith.org/awad/archives/0596
(E?)(L?) http://projekt.gutenberg.de/autoren/dickens.htm
(E?)(L?) http://gutenberg.spiegel.de/dickens/weihlied/weihlied.htm
(E?)(L?) http://gutenberg.spiegel.de/dickens/weihlied/weihl001.htm

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Oh, er war ein wahrer Blutsauger, dieser Scrooge! Ein gieriger, zusammenkratzender, festhaltender, geiziger alter Sünder: hart und scharf wie ein Kiesel, aus dem noch kein Stahl einen warmen Funken geschlagen hat, verschlossen und selbstgenügsam und ganz für sich, wie eine Auster. Die Kälte in seinem Herzen machte seine alten Gesichtszüge starr, seine spitze Nase noch spitzer, sein Gesicht runzlig, seinen Gang steif, seine Augen rot, seine dünnen Lippen blau, und sie klang aus seiner krächzenden Stimme heraus. Ein frostiger Reif lag auf seinem Haupt, auf seinen Augenbrauen, auf dem starken struppigen Bart. Er schleppte seine eigene niedere Temperatur immer mit sich herum: in den Hundstagen kühlte er sein Kontor wie mit Eis, zur Weihnachtszeit machte er es nicht um einen Grad molliger. ...


(E?)(L?) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2003/12/24/do2401.xml&sSheet=/opinion/2003/12/24/ixopinion.html

Scrooge's seasonal guide to making your money go further


Unter dieser Überschrift findet man einen Artikel mit Ratschlägen wie, man das meiste für sein Geld bekommt. Unter "Scrooge's Book of the Year" findet man z.B. den Hinweis auf das billigste Buch des Jahres zu sein, "measured by the cost per page" (Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Champion of Freedom).

stella anatium (W3)

(E?)(L1) http://www.quakpiep.de/Barks'%20Thierleben.pdf
In "Barks' Tierleben" ist die "Biodiversität in Entenhausen" (im Staate "Calisota") lexikalisch erfasst. Es ist eine Sammlung von Bio- und Wortkreationen aus Donald's Welt, dem Wohnort der "Anatiden" = "Entenförmige" lat. "stella anatium" = "Entenstern".

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toon - Toonopedia
Cartoon-Glossary
Comic-Figuren-Enzyklopädie

(E3)(L1) http://www.toonopedia.com/
Durch die Angabe des ersten Erscheinungsdatums (First appeared) und Hinweisen zur Entstehungsgeschichte der Figuren hat die Site auch einen gewissen etymologischen Wert.


A Vast Repository of Toonological Knowledge

Welcome to the world's first hypertext encyclopedia of "toons" - which will soon, I hope, come to be regarded as the Internet's most comprehensive source of information about the U.S. toon scene.

So, what's a "toon"?
A "toon" is a "cartoon" or "cartoon character" - "cartoon" referring not just to the animated kind, but also to such "still cartoons" as comic books, newspaper strips, magazine cartoons, etc.

Here at Don Markstein's Toonopedia™, we take a very broad view of what constitutes a toon. The basic idea is to cover the entire spectrum of American cartoonery.

I realize I haven't exactly blanketed the field yet, but I think the 600+ toon topics I've written up so far should qualify at least as a light coverlet. And it will get more inclusive as time goes on, as I intend to continue adding new ones and updating the ones I've got, into the indefinite future.


(E?)(L1) http://www.toonopedia.com/glossary.htm

Glossary Of Specialized Words and Phrases Used in Don Markstein’s Toonopedia™

Animé • Bigfoot • Big Little Book • Cartoonist • Cel • Cel Washer • Comix • Crossover • Cycle • Digest • Direct Market Distribution • Extreme • Fanboy • Fanzine • Frame • Funny Animal • Graphic Novel • In-Between • In-Betweener • Indicia • Inker • Letterer • Manga • Mini-Comics • Mint • Model Sheet • Mutant • Painter • Panel • Penciller • Reboot • Retcon • Rotoscope • Sequential Art • Splash Panel • Storyboard • Sunday Page • Superhero • Tabloid • Topper • Universe • Word Balloon


(E?)(L?) http://www.toonopedia.com/

  • The "Alice" Comedies | A-Man | A. Mutt | A. Piker Clerk | Aaahh! Real Monsters | Abbie and Slats | Abie the Agent | Adam Strange | Adam Warlock | The Addams Family (1937) | The Addams Family (1973) | The Adventures of Mr. Obadiah Oldbuck | The Adventures of Patsy | Adventures on Other Worlds | Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. | Aggie Mack | The Air Raiders | Air Wave (1942) | Air Wave (1978) | Airboy | Akbar and Jeff | Alfred E. Neuman | Alias The Spider | Alice in Wonderland | The All Winners Squad | The All-Star Squadron | Alley Oop | Ally Sloper | Alpha Flight | Alphonse and Gaston | Alvin and the Chipmunks | The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan | Amazing-Man | Ambush Bug | The American | American Flagg! | American Splendor | An American Tail | Americommando | Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld | And Her Name Was Maud | Andy Capp | Andy Gump | Andy Panda | The Angel (1939) | The Angel (1963) | Angel and the Ape | The Angriest Dog in the World | Animal Man | Annie | Answer Man | The Ant and the Aardvark | Ant Man | Antediluvian Ancestors | Anthro | The Apache Kid | Apartment 3-G | Apple Mary | Aquaman | The Arabian Knights | Arak, Son of Thunder | Archangel | Archie | archy and mehitabel | Arlo and Janis | Around the Block with Dunc and Loo | The Arrow | The Atom (1940) | The Atom (1961) | Atom Ant | The Atomic Knights | Atomic Mouse | Atomic Sub | Atomictot | Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy | Autocat and Motormouse | Automaton | The Avenger | The Avengers | Avengers West Coast
  • B'Wana Beast | B.C. | Babe, Darling of the Hills | Babs and Buster Bunny | Baby Blues | Baby Huey | Baby Snoots | Bambi | Barb Wire | The Barker | The Barkleys | Barnaby | Barney Baxter | Barney Bear (1939) | Barney Bear (1977) | Barney Google | Baron Winters | Barry Noble | Bat Lash | Batfink | Batgirl | Batman | Beaky Buzzard | Beany and Cecil | The Beast | Beavis and Butt-Head | Beetle Bailey | Beetlejuice | Believe It or Not | The Berenstain Bears | Betsy and Me | Betty | Betty Boop | Beware the Creeper | Beyond Mars | The Big Bad Wolf | Big Ben Bolt | Big Chief Wahoo | Big George | The Big World of Little Adam | Billy Bounce | Binary | Binky | The Bird Man (190)4 | Birdman (1967) | Bitchy Bitch | Bizarro (1958) | Bizarro (1985) | Black Bolt | The Black Canary | The Black Cat | The Black Condor | Black Fury | The Black Hood | Black Jack | The Black Knight (1955) | The Black Knight (1968) | Black Lightning | The Black Marvel | The Black Orchid (1973) | The Black Orchid (1988) | The Black Owl | The Black Panther (1941) | The Black Panther (1966) | Black Pete | The Black Pirate | The Black Rider | The Black Terror | The Black Widow (1940) | The Black Widow (1964) | Blackhawk | Blackmark | Blackstar | Blade, Vampire Hunter | The Blonde Phantom | Blondie | Bloom County | The Blue Beetle (1939) | The Blue Beetle (1964) | The Blue Beetle (1966) | Blue Bolt | The Blue Bulleteer | Blue Devil | The Blue Falcon | The Blue Racer | Bobby Sox | Bobby Thatcher | Bobby the Boy Scout | Bobby's World | Boner's Ark | Bongo Bear | Bonkers | Boob McNutt | Books of Magic | Booster Gold | Bootleg Pete | Boots and Her Buddies | Boris the Bear | The Born Loser | Bosko | The Bouncer | Boy Buddies | The Boy Commandos | Boys' Ranch | Bozo the Clown | Bozo the Robot | Brain Boy | Brand Echh | Bravestarr | The Breadwinner | Breezly and Sneezly | Brenda Starr | Brer Rabbit | | Bringing Up Father | Bronc Peeler | Broncho Bill | Broom-Hilda | Brother Power, the Geek | Brother Voodoo | Brothers of the Spear | The Brownies (1881) | The Brownies (1942) | Bruce Gentry | Buck Nix | Buck Rogers | Buckaroo Bill | Bucky and Pepito | Bucky Bug | Bucky O'Hare | Buddy | The Buford Files | Bugs Bunny | | Bulletman | Bullwinkle | The Bungle Family | Bungleton Green | Bunky | Bunny | Bunny and Claude | Buster Brown | Buster Bunny | Buz Sawyer | Buzz Lightyear | Buzzy | Buzzy the Crow
  • Cairo Jones | Calvin and Hobbes | Calvin and the Colonel | Candy | Cannon | Canyon Kiddies | Cap Stubbs and Tippie | Cap'n Crunch | Captain America | The Captain and the Kids | Captain Atom (1960) | Captain Atom (1986) | Captain Britain | Captain Canuck | Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew | Captain Caveman | Captain Comet | Captain Compass | Captain Easy | Captain Fathom | Captain Flag | Captain Flash | Captain Freedom | Captain Klutz | Captain Marvel (1940) | Captain Marvel (1966) | Captain Marvel (1967) | Captain Marvel (1982) | Captain Marvel Bunny | Captain Marvel Jr. | Captain Planet and the Planeteers | Captain Pureheart | Captain Savage and His Leatherneck (or Battlefield) Raiders | Captain Storm | Captain Tootsie | Captain Triumph | Captain Universe | Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers | Care Bears | Carmen Sandiego | Casey Ruggles | Caspar Milquetoast | Casper the Friendly Ghost | The Cat | The Cat in the Hat | Cat-man and Kitten | Cathy | The Cattanooga Cats | The Catwoman | Cave Carson | Cave Kids | Cerebus the Aardvark | Challengers of the Unknown | The Champions | Charlie Brown | Cheech Wizard | Chilly Willy | Ching Chow | Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers | Chip'n'Dale | The Chipmunks | Chocula | Chris KL-99 | Cinderella | Circus Solly | Claire Voyant | Clara Cluck | Classics Illustrated | Claude Cat | The Claw | Clifford the Big Red Dog | Clint Clobber | Cloak and Dagger | The Clock | The Close Shaves of Pauline Peril | Clutch Cargo | Clyde Crashcup | Col. Heeza Liar | The Colossus | The Comet | Comics Revue | Commander Battle and the Atomic Sub | Commander McBragg | Commander Steel | Commando Yank | Conchy | Concrete | Congo Bill | Congorilla | Connie | Constantine | Cool Cat | Cool McCool | Cosmo Cat | Cosmo the Merry Martian | Count Chocula | Count Duckula | Count Screwloose of Tooloose | Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse | Coyote | Crankshaft | Crazylegs Crane | The Creeper | Crime Does Not Pay | Crime Smasher | Crimebuster | The Crimson Avenger | Crock | The Crow | Crusader | Crusader Rabbit | The Crypt of Terror | Crystar | Cubby Bear | Curious George | Curly Kayoe | Curtis | Cyclops | El Castigo
  • Daffy Duck | Dagar the Invincible | Dagar, Desert Hawk | Dagwood and Blondie | Daimon Hellstrom, Son of Satan | Damage Control | Dan Dunn | Danger Mouse | Daredevil (1940) | Daredevil (1964) | Daria | Darkwing Duck | The Dart | Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines | Dauntless Durham of the U.S.A. | Davey and Goliath | Dazzler | Deadman | The Death Patrol | Deathlok the Demolisher | The Defenders | Defenders of the Earth | The Demon | Dennis the Menace (U.K.) | Dennis the Menace (U.S.) | Deputy Dawg | The Desert Peach | Desperate Desmond | The Destroyer | Destroyer Duck | Devil Dinosaur | Dewey, Huey and Louie | Dexter's Laboratory | Dial H for Hero (1966) | Dial H for Hero (1981) | Dick and Larry | Dick Cole, The Wonder Boy | Dick Dastardly | Dick Tracy | Dick's Adventures in Dreamland | Dickie Dare | Dilbert | The Dingbat Family | Dinglehoofer und His Dog | Dinky Duck | Dino Boy in the Lost Valley | Dinosaur Hunter | Dinosaur Island | Dirty Duck | Disco Dazzler | Dixie Dugan | DNAgents | Doc Strange | Doc Yak | Doctor Doom | Doctor Droom | Doctor Druid | Doctor Fate | Doctor Mid-Nite | Doctor Occult | Doctor Solar, Man of the Atom | Doctor Spektor | Doctor Strange | Doctor Thirteen | The Dodo and the Frog | DoDo the Kid from Outer Space | Doll Man | Don Winslow of the Navy | Donald Duck | Donald Duck's nephews | Dondi | The Doom Patrol | Doonesbury | Dopey | Dotty Dripple | The Double Life of Private Strong | Doug | The Dove | Dover and Clover | Dr. Atomic | Dr. Fate | Dr. Mid-Nite | Dr. Mystic | Dr. Occult | Dr. Strange | Dr. Thirteen | Dracula (1966) | Dracula (1972) | Drago | The Drak Pack | Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend | Dredd | Droopy | Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century | Duckman | DuckTales | Duckula | Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties | Dumb Dora | Dumbo | Dunc and Loo | Dynamo | Dynomutt
  • E-Man | Earthworm Jim | Easy Co. | Eclipso | Eek and Meek | Eek! the Cat | Egghead | Elektra | Elfquest | Ella Cinders | Elmer Fudd | Elmyra Duff | Elongated Man | Emmy Lou | Enemy Ace | Ernie | The Escapades of Mr. Jack | Etrigan the Demon | Etta Kett | Everett True | Evil Ernie | Extreme Ghostbusters | The Eye Sees
  • The Fab Four | The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers | The Face | The Falcon | The Family Circus | The Family Upstairs | Famous Funnies | Fanny Zilch | Fantasia | The Fantastic Four | The Fantom of the Fair | Fantomah, Mystery Woman of the Jungle | Fantoman | The Far Side | Farmer Alfalfa | Fast Willie Jackson | Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids | Fat and Slat | The Fat Fury | Fate | Fatman, the Human Flying Saucer | Fearless Fly | Fearless Fosdick | Feiffer | Felix the Cat | Femforce | Femlins | Ferd'nand | Fievel Mousekewitz | Figaro the Cat | Fighting American | Fighting Yank | Filmation's Ghostbusters | Firebrand | The Firefly | Firehair | Firestorm, the Nuclear Man | Fish Police | The Flame | Flaming Carrot | The Flash (1939) | The Flash (1956) | The Flash (1986) | Flash Gordon | Flatfoot Burns | Flebus | The Flintstones | Flip the Frog | Flippity and Flop | Flippy | Fluppy Dogs | The Fly | Flyin' Jenny | Foghorn Leghorn | Foo | Foofur | Foolish Questions | For Better or for Worse | Forbush-Man | The Forever People | The Fox | The Fox and the Crow | FoxTrot | Foxy | Foxy Grandpa | | Frank and Ernest | Frankenberry | Freak Brothers | Freakazoid! | Freckles and His Friends | Fred Basset | The Freedom Fighters | Friday Foster | Frightenstein | The Frito Bandito | Fritz the Cat | Fritzi Ritz | Frosty the Snowman | Fruitman | The Funky Phantom | Funky Winkerbean | Funnyman
  • G.I. Joe | G.I. Juniors | Gabby | Galactus | The Galaxy Rangers | The Galaxy Trio | Garfield | Gargoyles | Gary Concord, the Ultra-Man | Gasoline Alley | The Gay Ghost | The Geek | Genius Jones | George of the Jungle | George Pal's Puppetoons | Gerald McBoing-Boing | Gertie the Dinosaur | The Get Along Gang | Ghost | The Ghost Breaker | The Ghost Patrol | The Ghost Rider (1949) | The Ghost Rider (1967) | The Ghost Rider (1972) | The Ghost Rider (1990) | Ghostbusters | Giant Man | Giant Mouse | Gil Thorp | Gilligan's Planet | Girls | The Girls of Apartment 3-G | Gladstone Gander | Go Go Gophers | Goldberg Devices | Golden Arrow | The Golden Gorilla | The Golden Guardian | Goliath | Goof Troop | Goofy | The Goofy Gophers | Goopy Geer | Gordo | Grampy | Grandma | Grandma Duck | The Great Grape Ape | The Great Gusto | Green Arrow | Green Berets | The Green Lama | Green Lantern (1940) | Green Lantern (1959) | Green Lantern (1994) | The Green Mask (1939) | The Green Mask (1944) | The Green Mist | Gremlins | The Grim Ghost | Grimjack | Grin and Bear It | The Grinch | Groo the Wanderer | Groovie Goolies | The Grump | The Guardian | The Guardian Angel | Guardians of the Galaxy | Gumby | Gummi Bears | The Gumps | The Gunmaster | Gunner and Sarge | Gyro Gearloose
  • Hagar the Horrible | Hairbreadth Harry | Half Hitch | Hamton Pig | The Hangman | Hap Hopper | Happy Hooligan | The Harlem Globetrotters | Harold Teen | Hashimoto-San | The Haunt of Fear | The Haunted Horseman | The Haunted Tank | The Hawk and the Dove | Hawkeye | Hawkman (1939) | Hawkman (1961) | Hayfoot Henry | Hazel | He-Man and the Masters of the Universe | The Heap | The Heart of Juliet Jones | Heathcliff | Heckle and Jeckle | Hector Heathcote | Hee Haw and Her Name Was Maud | Heeza Liar | Hejji | Hellblazer | Hellboy | Hellcat | Hellspawn | Hellstorm | Henery Hawk | Henry | Herbie | Hercules ('60s animated) | The Herculoids | Here Comes the Grump | Herman and Katnip | Hero for Hire | Hex | Hi and Lois | Hillbilly Bears | Him | Hippety Hopper | His Name is... Savage | Hogan's Alley | Hokey Wolf | Home, Sweet Home | Homer Pigeon | Homer the Happy Ghost | The Honey-Mousers | Hong Kong Phooey | The Hooded Horseman | Hooded Justice | Hop Harrigan | Hoppity Hooper | Hoppy the Marvel Bunny | Horace Horsecollar | Horton the Elephant | Hot Stuff the Little Devil | Hourman | How the Grinch Stole Christmas | Howard the Duck | Hubert | Hubie and Bertie | Huckleberry Hound | Huey, Dewey and Louie | Hugh Hazzard and His Iron Man | The Hulk | The Human Bomb | The Human Dynamo | The Human Target | The Human Torch (1939) | The Human Torch (1961) | Humphrey Bear | Hunky and Spunky
  • Ibis the Invincible | Iceman | Impossible - But True | The Impossible Man | The Impossibles | Impulse | In the Land of Wonderful Dreams | Inch High, Private Eye | The Incredible Hulk | The Inferior Five | Infinity Inc. | Infinity Man | The Inhumans | Inki and the Minah Bird | Inside Earth | The Inspector | Inspector Gadget | Inspector Willoughby | The Invaders | The Invisible Hood | Invisible Scarlet O'Neil | Invisible Woman | The Iron Ace | Iron Fist | Iron Man | Irving Forbush | Isis | It's a Girl's Life | It's Only a Game | It's the Wolf | It, the Living Colossus
  • J'onn J'onzz, Manhunter from Mars | Jabberjaw | Jackie Jokers | The Jackson Twins | Jackys Diary | The Jaguar | Jane | Jean Grey | Jem and the Holograms | Jerry on the Job | The Jester | Jet Powers | The Jetsons | Jetta of the 21st Century | Jiggs and Maggie | Jigsaw | Jim Hardy | Jiminy Cricket | Jimminy and the Magic Book | Jimmy | Jo-Jo, Congo King | Joe and Asbestos | Joe Jinks | Joe Palooka | Joe Quince | Joe's Car | John Constantine | John Darling | John Force, Magic Agent | Johnny Cloud, Navajo Ace | Johnny Dynamite | Johnny Hazard | Johnny Quick | Johnny Thunder (1939) | Johnny Thunder (1948) | The Joker | Jon Sable, Freelance | Jonah Hex | Jonny Quest | José Carioca | Josie and the Pussycats | Jot | Judge Dredd | Judge Parker | Judge Puffle | Judge Rummy's Court | Judomaster | Juliet Jones | Julius the Cat | The Jungle Book | Jungle Jim | The Jungle Twins | The Junior Woodchucks | Just Kids | The Justice League of America | The Justice Society of America
  • K the Unknown | Ka-Zar | Kaanga, Lord of the Jungle | Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth | Katie Ka-Boom | Katy Keene | The Katzenjammer Kids | Keeping Up with the Joneses | Kerry Drake | Kevin and Kell | Kevin the Bold | Kewpies | Kid Colt, Outlaw | Kid Eternity | Kid Flash (1960) | Kid Flash (2003) | Kid Power | Killraven | The King | The King and Odie | King Aroo | King Kong | King Leonardo and His Short Subjects | King of the Royal Mounted | Kissyfur | Klondike Kat | Knights of the Galaxy | Kobra | Koko the Clown | Kona, Monarch of Monster Isle | Konga | Krazy Kat | | Kudzu | Kwicky Koala | Lyonel Feininger
  • Lace | Lady and the Tramp | Lady Bountiful | Lady Danger | Lady Death | Lady Luck | Lala Palooza | Lancelot Strong | Lando, Man of Magic | Latigo | The Law's Legionnaires | Leave It to Binky | The Legion of Super Heroes | Lena the Hyena | Li'l Abner | Li'l Bad Wolf | Li'l Genius | Li'l Jinx | Liberty Belle | The Liberty Legion | Liberty Meadows | Lieutenant Hercules | Life in Hell | Linda Carter, Student Nurse | Linda Lark, Registered Nurse | Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har | Little Annie Fanny | Little Annie Rooney | Little Archie | Little Audrey | Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys | Little Dot | Little Hiawatha | Little Iodine | Little Jimmy | Little Joe | The Little King | Little Lotta | Little Lulu | Little Mary Mixup | The Little Mermaid | The Little Monsters | Little Nemo in Slumberland | Little Orphan Annie | Little Pancho Vanilla | The Little People | Little Quacker | Little Roquefort | Little Sammy Sneeze | The Little Scouts | Little Tigers | The Little Wise Guys | The Living Colossus | The Living Vampire | Lobo | The Lockhorns | The Lone Rider | Long Sam | Loopy de Loop | Lorna the Jungle Girl | The Losers | Lost in Space | Louie | Louie, Huey and Dewey | Love Is … | The Love Life of Harold Teen | The Love of Lulu and Leander | Luann | Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts | Ludwig von Drake | Luke Cage, Hero for Hire | Lulu and Leander | Warner Bros. Cartoons
  • 'Mazing Man | M.A.R.S. Patrol | M.A.S.K. | Machine Man | Mad magazine | Madam Fatal | Madam Satan | Mademoiselle Marie | Madman | Maggie and Jiggs | Magic Agent | Magic Bunny | Magicman | Magilla Gorilla | Magno and Davey | Magnus, Robot Fighter, 4000 AD | Major Hoople | | Male Call | Mallard Fillmore | The Man in Black | Man of the Atom | Man-Thing | Man-Wolf | Mandrake the Magician | Manhunter (1942) | Manhunter (1973) | Manhunter (Quality Comics) | Mark Merlin | Mark Trail | Marmaduke | Marmaduke Mouse | Marshal Law | Martan the Marvel Man | The Martian Manhunter | Marvel Boy | Marvel Bunny | The Marvel Family | Marvel Girl | Marvelman | Marvin | Marvin the Martian | Mary Jane and Sniffles | Mary Marvel | Mary Perkins On Stage | Mary Worth | Maser | The Mask | The Masked Marvel | The Masked Raider | Master of Kung Fu | Masters of the Universe | Maud the Mule | Maus | Maw and Paw | Max Mercury | McFadden's Row of Flats | McSnurtle the Turtle | Megaton Man | Melvin Monster | Men in Black | Merlin the Magic Mouse | Merry, Girl of 1,000 Gimmicks | The Metal Men | Metamorpho the Element Man | Michigan J. Frog | Mickey Finn | Mickey Mouse | Mickey Rat | Midnight | The Mighty Crusaders | The Mighty Hercules | The Mighty Heroes | The Mighty Mightor | Mighty Mouse | Mighty Samson | The Mighty Thor | Mike and Ike (They Look Alike) | Mike Nomad | Millie the Lovable Monster | Millie the Model | Milton the Monster | Minimidget | The Minute and a Half Man | Minute Movies | Miracleman | Miss America | Miss Cairo Jones | Miss Fury | Miss Lace | Miss Masque | Miss Peach | Mister Breger | Mister Machine | Mister Miracle | Misterjaw | Misty | Mlle. Marie | Moby Dick | Moby Duck | Modesty Blaise | Molly Moo Cow | Momma | Monty | Moon Girl | Moon Knight | Moon Mullins | Moose and Molly | Moose Miller | Mopsy | Morbius, the Living Vampire | Morty Meekle | Mother Goose and Grimm | Motormouse and Autocat | Mouse Musketeers | Mr. Abernathy | Mr. America | Mr. and Mrs. J. Evil Scientist | Mr. Fantastic | Mr. Jack | Mr. Justice | Mr. Magoo | Mr. Monopoly | Mr. Monster | Mr. Muscles | Mr. Mystic | Mr. Natural | Mr. Obadiah Oldbuck | Mr. Satan | Mr. Scarlet and Pinky | Mr. Terrific | Mr. Twee Deedle | Ms. Marvel | Ms. Mystic | Ms. Peach | Ms. Tree | Mushmouse and Punkin Puss | Mutt and Jeff | My Little Pony | Myra North, Special Nurse | Myrtle | The Mystery Men | the Marksman
  • Namora | Nancy | Nature Boy | Naza, Stone Age Warrior | The Nebbs | Neil the Horse | Nelvana of the Northern Lights | Nemesis | Nervous Rex | New Gods | The New Mutants | New Teen Titans | The Newlyweds | The Newsboy Legion | Nexus | Nibsy the Newsboy in Funny Fairyland | Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. | Night Force | Night Nurse | Night Rider | The Nighthawk | The Nightmare Before Christmas | Nightveil | Nightwing | NoMan | Norb | Not Brand Echh | Nov shmoz ka pop? | Nova | Nukla | Nutsy Squirrel | Nyoka the Jungle Girl
  • 101 Dalmatians | O.G. Wotasnozzle | Oaky Doaks | Obadiah Oldbuck | The Occult Files of Doctor Spektor | The Oddball Couple | Oh, Wicked Wanda! | Oil Can Harry | Old Doc Yak | Old Judge Rumhauser | Omega the Unknown | On Stage | On the Wing | One Froggy Evening | One Million Years Ago | Oona Goosepimple | Oracle | Original Ghostbusters | Orson's Farm | Oswald the Lucky Rabbit | Our Antediluvian Ancestors | Our Boarding House | Our Hero's Hairbreadth Escapes | Out of the Inkwell | Out Our Way | The Outbursts of Everett True | Outland | The Owl
  • Pablo Penguin | Panchito | Parlor, Bedroom and Sink | Patsy | Patsy Walker | Pauline Peril | Peabody's Improbable History | The Peacemaker (1966) | Peacemaker (1988) | Peanuts | Pegleg Pete | Penelope Pitstop | Penny | Pennybags | Pepe LePew | The Perils of Penelope Pitstop | Pete | Pete the Tramp | Peter Cannon … Thunderbolt | Peter Pan | Peter Panda | Peter Piltdown | Peter Porkchops | Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham | Peter Potamus | Peter Rabbit | The Phantom | Phantom 2040 | Phantom Lady | The Phantom Magician | Phantom Rider | The Phantom Stranger | Phil Hardy | Phoenix | Photon | Pickles | The Pie-Face Prince of (Old) Pretzelburg | Pig Iron | Piggy | The Pink Panther | Pinky and the Brain | Pinocchio | The Pirana | The Piranha Club | The Pirates of Darkwater | Pixie and Dixie | Planet Terry | Plastic Man | Plucky Duck | Pluto | Pogo Possum | Polly and Her Pals | Ponytail | Pooh | Popeye The Sailor | Pore Lil Mose | Porky Pig | Positive Polly | Pow Wow Smith | Pow Wow the Indian Boy | Power Girl | Power Man | Power Pack | Powerhouse Pepper | Precious Pupp | Prez | Prince Ra-Man | Prince Valiant | Princess Pantha | Priscilla's Pop | Private Breger | Private Snafu | Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts | ProJunior | The Punisher | Punkin' Puss and Mushmouse | Puppetoons | Pureheart the Powerful | The Purple Claw | Pyroman
  • Q.T. Hush | Quack Pack | Quackula | Quick Draw McGraw | Quicksilver (1940) | Quicksilver (1964) | Quincy
  • "Red" | Raccoon Kids | Raggedy Ann and Andy | Rags Rabbit | Rainbow Brite | Ralph Phillips | Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog | Rapid Rabbit | Rapping Around | The Rarebit Fiend | The Raven | The Rawhide Kid | The Ray | Reagan's Raiders | Real Ghostbusters | Red Barry | Red Devil | Red Raven | Red Rube | Red Ryder | Red Sonja | The Red Tornado (1940) | The Red Tornado (1968) | Red, White and Blue | Reddy Kilowatt | Redeye | Redmask | Reg'lar Fellers | Ren and Stimpy | Rescue Rangers | Rex Morgan, M.D. | Rex the Wonder Dog | Rich Uncle Pennybags | Richie Rich | Rick O'Shay | Ricochet Rabbit | Right Around Home | The Ringo Kid | Rio Rita | Rip Hunter, Time Master | Rip Kirby | Ripley's Believe It or Not | Road Runner | Robin the Boy Wonder | Robotman (1942) | Robotman (1963) | Robotman (1984) | Rocket Robin Hood | The Rocketeer | Rocky and Bullwinkle | Rocky Stoneaxe | Roger Rabbit | Roger Ramjet | The Roman Holidays | romance comics | Room and Board | Royal Roy | Rube Goldberg Devices | Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer | Ruff and Reddy | Rugrats | Rulah, Jungle Goddess | Rusty Riley
  • 711 | S.H.I.E.L.D. | Sable | Sabrina the Teenage Witch | Sad Sack | The Saga of Crystar | Salesman Sam | Sally Forth (1971) | Sally Forth (1982) | Sally the Sleuth | Sam and Silo | Sam Hill, Private Eye | Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf | Sam's Strip | Samson | Samson and Goliath | The Sandman (1939) | The Sandman (1974) | The Sandman (1989) | Santa Claus | Sargon the Sorcerer | Satana | Savage Dragon | The Savage She-Hulk | Scamp | Scarlet O'Neil | The Scarlet Scorpion | The Scarlet Witch | School Days | Scooby-Doo | Scooter | Scorchy Smith | Scrappy | Screen Songs | Screwy Squirrel | Scribbly the Boy Cartoonist | Scrooge McDuck | Sea Devils | Secret Agent Corrigan | Secret Agent X-9 | The Secret Society of Super-Villains | Secret Squirrel | Secrets of Isis | Señorita Rio | The Sensational She-Hulk | Sentinels of Liberty | The Seven Soldiers of Victory | Sgt. Boyle | Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos | Sgt. Rock | Sgt. Spook | Shade, the Changing Man | Shang-Chi, Master of Kung Fu | Shazzan | She's Josie | She-Hulk | Sheena, Queen of the Jungle | Sherlocko the Monk | Sherman and Peabody | Sherman's Lagoon | The Shield (1939) | The Shield (1959) | Shinbone Alley | The Shining Knight | Shock Gibson | Shoe | Short Ribs | Show Girl | Sick Sick Sick | Sidney the Elephant | Silk Hat Harry's Divorce Suit | Silly Seal | Silly Sidney | Silly Symphonies | The Silver Streak | The Silver Surfer | Silverhawks | Simon, Theodore and Alvin | The Simpsons | Sin City | Sinbad Jr. | Skeleton Warriors | Skippy | Skrewy the Skrewball Squirrel | Skull Valley | Sky Masters of the Space Force | Sky Wolf | Skyman (1940) | Skyman (1986) | Skyroads | Slam Bradley | Slappy Squirrel | Sleeping Beauty | Slim Jim and the Force | Slylock Fox and Comics for Kids | Smallville | Smiley Face | Smilin' Jack | Smitty | Smokey Stover | Smurfs | Snafu | Snagglepuss | Sniffles | Snookums | Snooper and Blabber | Snorks | Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs | Snuffy Smith | Solar, Man of the Atom | Somebody's Stenog | Son of Satan | Son of Vulcan | Song Cartunes | Song of the South | The Sorceress of Zoom | Space Angel | Space Cabby | Space Family Robinson | Space Ghost | Space Kidettes | Space Man | Space Ranger | Space Smith | Space Western | Spacehawk | Sparky Watts | Spawn | The Spectre | Speed Buggy | Speed Centaur | Speed Racer | Speedy Gonzales | Spencer Spook | The Spider | The Spider Widow | Spider-Ham | Spider-Man | Spider-Woman | Spike and Tyke | The Spirit | Spooky the Tuff Little Ghost | Sport Billy | Spunky and Tadpole | Spy Shadow | Spy Smasher | Spy vs. Spy | Spyman | The Squadron Supreme | Squiddly Diddly | The Squirrel Cage | Stanley and His Monster | Star Hawkins | Star Hawks | The Star-Spangled Kid and Stripesy | Starman (1941) | Starman (1980) | Starman (1988) | Starman (1994) | Starslayer | Static | Steel (1993) | Steel Sterling | Steel, the Indestructible Man (1978) | Steve Canyon | Steve Roper | Steven Spielberg Presents Tiny Toon Adventures | Stop That Pigeon! | Strawberry Shortcake | Strikeforce Morituri | Strongheart | Stumbo the Giant | The Sub-Mariner | Sugar and Spike | Sun Girl | Super Brat | Super Chicken | Super Duck | The Super Friends | The Super Globetrotters | Super Goof | Super Heroes | Super President | Super Rabbit | Super-Hip | Superboy | Supergirl | Superman | Supermouse | Supermuse | Supernatural Law | Supersnipe | Susie Q. Smith | Swamp Thing | Swing with Scooter | Sylvester Pussycat | the small society
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  • U.N.D.E.R.S.E.A. Agent | U.S. Acres | Ultra the Multi-Alien | Ultra-Man | Uncle Pennybags | Uncle Remus | Uncle Sam (Quality Comics) | Uncle Sam (traditional) | Uncle Scrooge | Underdog | Up Front | The Upside-Downs | Usagi Yojimbo
  • V for Vendetta | Vampirella | The Vault of Horror | Venus | Victory through Air Power | Vigilante (1941) | Vigilante (1983) | Viking Prince | The Vision (1940) | The Vision (1968)
  • Wacky Races | Wacky Witch | Wally Gator | Wally the Wizard | Wambi the Jungle Boy | War of the Worlds | The War that Time Forgot | Warbird | Warlock | The Warlord | The Warner Brothers (and Sister) | Wash Tubbs | The Wasp | The Watcher | Watchmen | The Web | Wee Pals | Wendy the Good Little Witch | Werewolf (1966) | Werewolf by Night | West Coast Avengers | Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch | Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? | Where's Huddles? | The Whip | White Indian | Whiteboy | The Whizzer | Who Framed Roger Rabbit | Wicked Wanda | Wiggles the Wonderworm | Wildcat | Wildfire | Wile E. Coyote | Willie and Joe | Willie Whopper | Willoughby | Winky Dink and You | Winnie the Pooh | Winnie Winkle | Winsome Witch | Winthrop | Witchblade | The Wizard | The Wizard of Id | Wolff and Byrd: Counselors of the Macabre | Wolverine | The Woman in Red | Wonder Man (1939) | Wonder Man (1964) | Wonder Warthog | Wonder Woman | Wonderworm | Woodsy Owl | Woody Woodpecker | The World of Commander McBragg | The Wuzzles | The Wyoming Kid
  • X-9 | X-Factor | The X-Men | Xenozoic Tales
  • The Yellow Claw | Yellow Jacket | The Yellow Kid | Yellow Submarine | Yogi Bear | Yosemite Sam | The Young Allies | Young Buffalo Bill | Young King Cole | Young Romance | Young Samson
  • Zambini the Miracle Man | Zanzibar the Magician | Zatanna the Magician | Zatara the Magician | Ziggy | Ziggy Pig and Silly Seal | Zippy the Pinhead | Zoo Crew | Zot!



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Yakky Doodle (USA 1960-1962) (W3)

Die Zeichentrickfigur "Yakky Doodle" ist ein Entenküken von geradezu unglaublicher Naivität, das von seinem freund "Chopper" immer wieder gerettet wird. Sein Name bezeichnet sein Gequassel gleich zweifach, als engl. "yakking" = "Quasselei" und engl. "doodle", das im 17. Jh. zunächst in der Bedeutung "Einfaltspinsel" auftrat.

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Yank and Doodle (W3)

Die beiden Comicfiguren "Yank and Doodle" traten 1941 an um den Patriotismus amerikanischer Männer im zweiten Weltkrieg anzusprechen. "Yank" könnte eine Anspielung auf den alte US-Nationalgesang "Yabkee Doodle" und die Kurzform von "Yankee" sein.

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Yellow Kid (W3)

Dieser Begriff für die englischsprachige "Regenbogenpresse" stammt aus der Zeit, als zum erstenmal Farbe im Zeitungsdruck eingesetzt werden konnte. Der erste verfügbare Farbstoff war Gelb, und die ersten die ihn einsetzten waren die Boulevardzeitungen.
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Gebundene Ausgabe: 450 Seiten
Verlag: Henry Holt & Company; Auflage: Book Club Edition (Juni 1970)
Sprache: Englisch

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