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)

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".

(E?)(L1) http://www.quakpiep.de/Barks'%20Thierleben.pdf


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toon - Toonopedia
Cartoon-Glossary
Comic-Figuren-Enzyklopädie

(E3)(L1) http://www.toonopedia.com/
"Toonopedia" ist nicht mehr erreichbar.


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.


(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/




toonpool (W3)

Die Internetadresse "toonpool" steht für "Cartoon-Pool" = "Cartoon-Sammlung".

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

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Wonder Woman (W3)

Als engl. "wonder woman" wird auch eine Frau bezeichnet, die als Ehefrau, Mutter, Hausfrau und beruflich erfolgreich ist.

(E?)(L?) http://comicsalliance.com/superman-safe-sex-campaign-india/

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Exhibiting now a "Gallery Nature Morte" in New Delhi, India ias Put It On, Again!, featuring the works of Jiten Thukral & Sumir Tagra. The duo’s art deals explicitly with serious themes of safe sex and the transmission of HIV through a fairly playful prism of bright colors, traditional Indian imagery and figures from popular culture — specifically, the superheroes of DC Comics, including Superman, Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman.
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(E?)(L?) http://hotword.dictionary.com/how-do-you-define-wonder-woman%E2%80%99s-costume-leotard-bikini-armor/

How do you define Wonder Woman’s costume? Bikini, armor, or what?

June 30, 2010

Diana Prince, better known as Wonder Woman, is a DC Comics superhero as “beautiful as Aphrodite, wise as Athena, stronger than Hercules, and swifter than Mercury.” Today her iconic costume received a super duper makeover. Among the highlights: the addition of
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(E?)(L?) http://epguides.com/menuw/

Wonder Woman


(E?)(L?) http://www.fernsehserien.de/index.php?abc=W

Wonder Woman (USA 1974-1979)


(E?)(L?) http://www.howstuffworks.com/big.htm

Wonder Woman's Dirty Secrets


(E?)(L?) http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/arts/comic-books/wonder-woman.htm
Wonder Woman’s creator was a radical psychologist/inventor/attorney who had two wives with two children each, all living together as one family. With such a troubled upbringing, it’s no wonder America’s favorite invisible jet pilot experienced so much turbulence in her six decades as a crimefighter. Learn all about her roots and how she changed through the years.

(E?)(L?) http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/arts/comic-books/wonder-woman1.htm

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William M. Marston created Wonder Woman back in 1941, but was also an attorney, a psychologist, an educational consultant and an inventor. Among other things, he can claim a leading role in the development of the polygraph lie detector and the systolic blood pressure test.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.lettersofnote.com/2010/10/birth-of-wonder-woman.html

October 2010, 21st: The birth of Wonder Woman


(E?)(L?) http://www.naturemorte.com/exhibitions/selected_work/delhi/past/190

Wonder Women (girl on lotus), 2011
Oil on Canvas
72 x 48 x 2 inches (122 x 183 x 5 cms)


(E?)(L1) http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2014/nov/20/wonder-woman-weird-true-story/

Wonder Woman: The Weird, True Story
Sarah Kerr
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On a literal level, too, Lepore has telling details to add to the feminist backstory of Wonder Woman. Officially, the comic (not a comic strip in a newspaper but a book following the serial adventures of a hero or in this case a heroine) was launched in 1941 by a man named William Moulton Marston. Marston, working under the name Charles Moulton, was without doubt the creator, but in practice he was assisted by his wife, Sadie Elizabeth Holloway Marston (sometimes called Sadie, sometimes Betty), and by a younger woman, Olive Byrne, who had lived with the married couple for years.
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(E?)(L?) http://darkmark6.tripod.com/wonderind.htm

The Earth-One Index: Wonder Woman


(E?)(L?) http://www.tv-kult.de/index.php?site=sendungen&m=SW

Wonder Woman


(E?)(L?) http://www.uky.edu/Projects/Chemcomics/html/ww_21_cov.html

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Thanks to the popular 1970s television show starring Lynda Carter, Wonder Woman is the best-known comic-book superheroine. She, with Superman and Batman, is one of DC Comics' "Big Three."
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(E?)(L?) http://www.zehn.de/

Die 10 wichtigsten Superheldenfilme in Planung
Wonder Woman, Thor und Captain America - sie alle stehen in den Startlöchern, um bald auf die Kino-Leinwände zu springen. Wir verraten, welche weiteren Superhelden das Kino bevölkern werden mehr
veröffentlicht am 29.08.2010
EXPERTE: Jan-Rüdiger Vogler


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Wonder Woman
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Wonder Woman" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1910 / 1940 auf.

Erstellt: 2014-11

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xkcd.com
A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language

(E?)(L?) http://xkcd.com/
(E?)(L?) http://xkcd.com/about/

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What does XKCD stand for?

It's not actually an acronym. It's just a word with no phonetic pronunciation -- a treasured and carefully-guarded point in the space of four-character strings.

Where did all this start?

I was going through old math/sketching graph paper notebooks and didn't want to lose some of the work in them, so I started scanning pages. I took the more comic-y ones and put them up on a server I was testing out, and got a bunch of readers when BoingBoing linked to me. I started drawing more seriously, gained a lot more readers, started selling t-shirts on the site, and am currently shipping t-shirts and drawing this comic full-time. It's immensely fun and I really appreciate y'all's support.
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(E?)(L?) http://xkcd.com/207/

What does XKCD mean?


(E?)(L?) http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/what_xkcd_means.png

What xkcd Means


(E?)(L?) http://xkcd.com/archive/

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2011

Wait Wait | Making Things Difficult | Coinstar | Advent Calendar | Brand Identity | Mnemonics | Phantom Menace | Plastic Bags | Cryogenics | Tradition | Potential | Drinking Fountains | Percentage Points | Space Launch System | Privacy | Set Theory | Porn Folder | Money | Wisdom of the Ancients | Citogenesis | Map Projections | Sail | Occulting Telescope | The General Problem | MTV Generation | November | Alternative Literature | The Important Field | Delta-P | Everything | Prairie | Jet Fuel | Elements | Dorm Poster | X11 | The Corliss Resolution | Eternal Flame | Subliminal | Caroling | Hotels | Development | Sharing | Neutrinos | Chin-Up Bar | 1 to 10 | Stud Finder | Working | Mystery Solved | File Transfer | AI | Investing | Family Decals | I'm Sorry | Hurricane Names | Empirical | Juggling | Depth Perception | Oversight | Arrow | T-Cells | TornadoGuard | Password Strength | Missed Connections | Mac/PC | Tattoo | CIA | Lanes | Days of the Week | Speculation | Mimic Octopus | Standards | Time Vulture | Cell Phones | 3D Printer | Strunk and White | Fight Club | Delivery Notification | YouTube Parties | Tween Bromance | Google+ | Hofstadter | Unpickable | Connoisseur | Ice | Core | Manual Override | Magic School Bus | Permanence | Worst-Case Shopping | The Cloud | Ages | Advertising Discovery | Homeownership | Sports | Extended Mind | Darmok and Jalad | Temperature | Religions | Number Line | Chain of Command | Elevator Inspection | Marie Curie | Teaching Physics | Progeny | 65 Years | Null Hypothesis | Movie Ages | Etymology | Turtles | Heaven | Future Timeline | Craigslist Apartments | Recycling | Rogers St. | Pain Rating | Significant | Probability | Headache | Lamp | Model Rail | Beauty | Trapped | 2009 Called | Time Management | FPS Mod | Fairy Tales | Charity | Advertising | Server Attention Span | Nolan Chart | Herpetology | Compass and Straightedge | Nanobots | Flying Cars | Major in the Universe | Let Go | Wisdom Teeth | Never Do This | ( | Milk | Archimedes | Trochee Fixation | 1999 | Learning to Cook | Consecutive Vowels | Local g | Na | World According to Americans | Complex Conjugate | 3D | Stingray Nebula | Dental Nerve | Modern History | Good Code | Misconceptions | Mark |

2010

Audiophiles | Serious | Explorers | Incident | Coupon Code | Sickness | Tree | Wikileaks | Convincing | Tic-Tac-Toe | Weather Radar | Genetic Analysis | Arsenic-Based Life | Positive Attitude | Business Idea | Guest Week: Zach Weiner (SMBC) | Guest Week: Jeffrey Rowland (Overcompensating) | Guest Week: Bill Amend (FoxTrot) | Guest Week: David Troupes (Buttercup Festival) | Guest Week: Jeph Jacques (Questionable Content) | Five-Minute Comics: Part 3 | Five-Minute Comics: Part 2 | Five-Minute Comics: Part 1 | Illness | Mutual | Applied Math | Mu | Diode | One-Liners | Glass | Starlight | Constructive | Los Alamos | The Economic Argument | Connected | Tech Support | Paradise City | Pumpkin Carving | Airfoil | Online Communities 2 | Golden Hammer | Beautiful Dream | Stephen Hawking | Adjectives | debian-main | Bad Ex | Conditional Risk | Inside Joke | Physicists | Password Reuse | Leaving | Control | Showdown | The Carriage | Orbiter | Exoplanets | Open Mic Night | Falling Asleep | I Don't Want Directions | Desecration | Ahead Stop | Sample | Anxiety | Scheduling | Pore Strips | Still No Sleep | Savannah Ancestry | Atheists | University Website | Frogger | Period Speech | All the Girls | War | 1996 | Temper | Green Flash | Dilution | One Two | Workaround | Analogies | DFS | Moria | 3x9 | Raptor Fences | Toot | Public Opinion | Interdisciplinary | Dependencies | Southern Half | Phobia | Swimsuit Issue | Book Burning | Study | Worst-Case Scenario | Geeks and Nerds | Birth | Dyslexics | Walkthrough | Infrastructures | Campfire | Blogging | The Tell-Tale Beat | Malamanteau | Incision | Yogurt | Cemetery | Floor | Outbreak | Eagle | HDTV | Desert Island | Circuit Diagram | Laser Pointer | iPad | Trade Expert | Seat Selection | Literally | Hell | Seismic Waves | Computer Problems | Flatland | Recipes | Brain Worms | The Flake Equation | Furtive | Time Machine | Numbers | Porn For Women | GeoIP | Single Ladies | Seismograph | Collatz Conjecture | I Am | Sex Dice | Joshing | Freedom | Devotion to Duty | Principle of Explosion | Honor Societies | Snow Tracking | Science Valentine | Complexion | Trimester | You Hang Up First | Tensile vs. Shear Strength | Strip Games | Spirit | Retro Virus | Children's Fantasy | Dirty Harry | MicroSD | Semicontrolled Demolition | FIRST Design | Self-Description | Dimensional Analysis | Admin Mourning | G-Spot | We Get It | Science Montage |

2009

Force | Gravity Wells | December 25th | Christmas Plans | Researcher Translation | Asshole | Abstraction | Revolutionary | Natural Parenting | The Sun | Suggestions | Stephen and Me | Spinal Tap Amps | Experiment | Pandora | SkiFree | Silent Hammer | Prudence | Academia vs. Business | Sagan-Man | iPhone or Droid | Two-Party System | Sympathy | Lego | Orbitals | Movie Narrative Charts | October 30th | Climbing | Nachos | So Bad It's Worse | More Accurate | Bag Check | Nowhere | Static | Fall Foliage | Scary | Conversations | RPS | Surgery | Ohm | Creepy | Free | Tornado Hunter | Lincoln-Douglas | The Search | Scribblenauts | Brontosaurus | Locke and Demosthenes | Date | Blockbuster Mining | Suspicion | Anatomy Text | Time Travel | Skins | Psychic | Tech Support Cheat Sheet | Newton and Leibniz | Collections | Branding | Oregon | Haiku Proof | Superlative | Wings | Supported Features | Asteroid | Understocked | Lease | Avoidance | Woodpecker | Threesome | Estimation | Disaster Voyeurism | Sheeple | Tab Explosion | Form | 2038 | Cutting Edge | Extrapolating | Qwertial Aphasia | Idiocracy | Overstimulated | Game Theory | Android Boyfriend | Apocalypse | Porn | Addiction | Latitude | Android Girlfriend | Period | Voynich Manuscript | Drama | Troll Slayer | Papyrus | Designated Drivers | Pep Rally | Crime Scene | Mission to Culture | Outreach | Unsatisfied | CNR | Brakes | The Race: Part 5 | The Race: Part 4 | The Race: Part 3 | The Race: Part 2 | The Race: Part 1 | Packages | Tag Combination | Swine Flu | Parental Trolling | Together | Can't Sleep | New Car | Borders | Well 2 | Urgent Mission | Matrix Revisited | Security Question | Crossbows | Fermirotica | Parking | Well | Lithium Batteries | No Pun Intended | 1000 Times | Students | Alternative Energy Revolution | Two Mirrors | Not Enough Work | Pirate Bay | Correlation | Etch-a-Sketch | Density | Westley's a Dick | Kindle | Simple | Music DRM | Neutrality Schmeutrality | Pep Talk | Sierpinski Valentine | Cover-Up | TED Talk | Base System | Boyfriend | Security | Ducklings | Space Elevators | It Might Be Cool | Genetic Algorithms | Laptop Hell | Piano | Contingency Plan | I'm An Idiot | Sledding Discussion | Windows 7 | Keynote | Converting to Metric | I Know You're Listening |

2008

Party | Decline | Google Trends | 2008 Christmas Special | Cuttlefish | 11th Grade | Flow Charts | Marshmallow Gun | Wood Chips | No One Must Know | Simultaneous | Friends | Alternate Currency | Sleet | Egg Drop Failure | Induced Current | Drapes | Experimentation | Theft of the Magi | A Bunch of Rocks | Legal Hacks | Terminology | Dark Flow | Faust 2.0 | Election | Scantron | Secretary: Part 5 | Secretary: Part 4 | Secretary: Part 3 | Secretary: Part 2 | Secretary: Part 1 | Actuarial | Scrabble | Twitter | Morning Routine | Going West | Steal This Comic | Numerical Sex Positions | I am Not a Ninja | Depth | Flash Games | Fiction Rule of Thumb | Height | Listen to Yourself | Spore | Tones | The Staple Madness | Typewriter | One-Sided | Further Boomerang Difficulties | Turn-On | Still Raw | House of Pancakes | Aversion Fads | The End is Not for a While | Improvised | Fetishes | X Girls Y Cups | Moving | Quantum Teleportation | RBA | Voting Machines | Freemanic Paracusia | Google Maps | Paleontology | Holy Ghost | Regrets | Frustration | Cautionary | Hats | Rewiring | Upcoming Hurricanes | Mission | Impostor | The Sea | Things Fall Apart | Good Morning | Too Old For This Shit | In Popular Culture | I Am Not Good with Boomerangs | Macgyver Gets Lazy | Know Your Vines | xkcd Loves the Discovery Channel | Babies | Road Rage | Thinking Ahead | Internet Argument | SUV | How it Happened | Purity | xkcd Goes to the Airport | Journal 5 | Journal 4 | Delivery | Every Damn Morning | Fantasy | Starwatching | Bad Timing | Geohashing | Fortune Cookies | Security Holes | Finish Line | A Better Idea | Making Hash Browns | Jealousy | Forks and Spoons | Stove Ownership | The Man Who Fell Sideways | Zealous Autoconfig | Restraining Order | Mistranslations | New Pet | Startled | Techno | Math Paper | Electric Skateboard (Double Comic) | Overqualified | Cheap GPS | Venting | Journal 3 | Convincing Pickup Line | 1,000 Miles North | Large Hadron Collider | Important Life Lesson | Travelling Salesman Problem | Tap That Ass | Unscientific | The Ring | Morning | Kilobyte | Ultimate Game | Making Rules | Anti-Mindvirus | Nightmares | Keeping Time | Fuck Grapefruit | Advanced Technology | Duty Calls | How it Works | The Drake Equation | Helping | Trebuchet | Mobius Battle | Emoticon | Forgetting | Real Programmers | Journal 2 | Bug | Pod Bay Doors | Journal | The Data So Far | To Be Wanted | Compiler Complaint | Redwall | Dangers | Bass | Fandom | Your Mom | Slides |

2007

Responsible Behavior | Reset | Blade Runner | Christmas Back Home | Writers Strike | Rock Band | Loud Party | Flies | Nerd Sniping | Couple | Startling | Python | Far Away | Trolling | Network | Success | Close to You | Brick Archway | Diet Coke+Mentos | 1337: Part 5 | 1337: Part 4 | 1337: Part 3 | 1337: Part 2 | 1337: Part 1 | Fight | Classic | Future | Post Office Showdown | Priorities | Mattress | Wasteland | Getting Out of Hand | Gyroscopes | Photoshops | Indecision | Turing Test | Eggs | Exploits of a Mom | Effect an Effect | A-Minus-Minus | Tapping | Ballmer Peak | Pix Plz | Thighs | 28-Hour Day | Engineering Hubris | Nostalgia | That Lovin' Feelin' | Loud Sex | Braille | Dating Pools | Insomnia | With Apologies to Robert Frost | Action Movies | Commitment | Shopping Teams | Interesting Life | Excessive Quotation | Orphaned Projects | Rule 34 | Nighttime Stories | Compiling | Names | Limerick | Facebook | Aeris Dies | Tesla Coil | Lisp Cycles | Tony Hawk | DNE | Bookstore | RTFM | goto | Dignified | Fucking Blue Shells | Alone | Elevator | NP-Complete | All Your Base | Wikipedian Protester | Tape Measure | Projection | Organic Fuel | Online Package Tracking | Librarians | Pickup Lines | Black Hat Support | Long Light | Fixed Width | Thoughts | With Apologies to The Who | Electromagnetic Spectrum | Linux User at Best Buy | Powers of One | Merlin | TCMP | Choices: Part 5 | Choices: Part 4 | Choices: Part 3 | Choices: Part 2 | Choices: Part 1 | Certainty | IN UR REALITY | Regarding Mussolini | The Glass Necklace | Clichéd Exchanges | Conspiracy Theories | Code Talkers | Online Communities | Subjectivity | Comic Fragment | Highway Engineer Pranks | Escalators | CD Tray Fight | Snopes | Chess Photo | Hypotheticals | Factoring the Time | Labyrinth Puzzle | Floor Tiles | Tabletop Roleplaying | Appropriate Term | The Difference | Battle Room | Dream Girl | Blagofaire | Pet Peeve 14 | Keyboards are Disgusting | Collecting Double-Takes | Kite | Escape Artist | A New CAPTCHA Approach | Chess Enlightenment | Cat Proximity | Hamiltonian | Graffiti | Resonance | Color Codes | Swingset | Open Source | Lisp | Valentine's Day | Small Talk | Random Number | Philosophy | Blanket Fort | Nintendo Surgeon | e to the pi Minus pi | Romantic Drama Equation | Letting Go | The Problem with Wikipedia | Ghostbusters Marathon | Brain | Hamster Ball Heist | 90's Flowchart | Kayak | Regular Expressions | What xkcd Means | Reno Rhymes | Candy Button Paper | America |

2006

Hallucinations | YouTube | Christmas GPS | Bill Nye | Right-Hand Rule | Perspective | Ninja Turtles | Command Line Fu | Map of the Internet | Penises | The Perfect Sound | Working for Google | Lojban | IPoD | Exercise | Reload | The Familiar | Console Lines | Wikifriends | Matrix Transform | Snacktime Rules | Nash | Interblag | Canada | e to the pi times i | Not Really Into Pokemon | Alice and Bob | Before Sunrise | Automatic Doors | That's What SHE Said | Movie Seating | Skateboarding is Not a Crime | String Theory | Turn Back | Words that End in GRY | Reverse Euphemisms | Nihilism | Misusing Slang | Turn Signals | Playing Devil's Advocate to Win | Donald Knuth | Angular Momentum | Accident | Penny Arcade Parody | Boombox | Six Months | Filler Art | Commented | Search History | Beliefs | Cryptography | Hamster Ball | Mario | Grownups | Sandwich | Mispronouncing | A Way So Familiar | Join Myspace | Parody Week: Dinosaur Comics | Parody Week: A Softer World | Parody Week: TFD and Natalie Dee | Parody Week: Megatokyo | Parody Week: Achewood | Delicious | I Have Owned Two Electric Skateboards | Pointers | Dreams | Science Fair | Substitute | Myspace | The Raven | Music Knowledge | Fans | Julia Stiles | Content Protection | dPain over dt | The Fast and the Furious | Red Spiders Cometh | Marketing Interview | Blogofractal | Centrifugal Force | Quirky Girls | Balloon | Dating Service | Worst Band Name Ever | 50 Ways | Pong | City | Meerkat | Computational Linguists | Riemann-Zeta | Baring My Heart | Firefox and Witchcraft - The Connection? | Clark Gable | Spoiler Alert | M.C. Hammer Slide | Snakes on a Plane! 2 | Wright Brothers | Parallel Universe | Find You | Moral Relativity | Back to the Future | Laser Scope | Family Circus | Binary Heart | Fall Apart | A Simple Plan | Mail | The Sierpinski Penis Game | Profile Creation Flowchart | Jeremy Irons | Sunrise | Pwned | Jacket | Gravitational Mass | Escher Bracelet | Velociraptors | Digital Rights Management | Paths | National Language | Katamari | Frame | Attention, shopper | My Other Car | Iambic Pentameter | Garfield | Bored with the Internet | Familiar | Curse Levels | Su Doku | Zeppelin | Classhole | In the Trees | Guitar Hero | Pillow Talk | Five Thirty | Nerd Girls | Abusive Astronomy | Banter | Solar Plexus | Valentine - Heart | Valentine - Karnaugh | Stacey's Dad | Super Bowl | Graduation | Why Do You Love Me? | Wait For Me | The Cure | Useless | Science | Hobby | Secret Worlds | Malaria | Penny Arcade | Want | Found | Counter-Red Spiders | Secrets | Schrodinger | Love | Red Spiders 2 | Geico | Old Drawing | Light | Bowl | Apple Jacks | Hyphen | Scientists | Sheep | Flowers | Self-reference | Pillar | Barrel - Part 5 | Donner | Hitler | Elefino | Meat Cereals | Fourier | Barrel - Part 4 | Godel, Escher, Kurt Halsey | T-shirts | Barrel - Part 3 | Kepler | Ferret | George Clinton | Snapple | What If | Monty Python -- Enough | Just Alerting You | Copyright | Canyon | Poisson | Barrel - Part 2 | Pi Equals | Serenity is coming out tomorrow | Red spiders | Girl sleeping (Sketch -- 11th grade Spanish class) | Irony | Blown apart | Landscape (sketch) | Island (sketch) | Petit Trees (sketch) | Barrel - Part 1

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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.

(E?)(L?) http://www.fernsehserien.de/index.php?suche=Yakky+Doodle
(E?)(L?) http://www.toonopedia.com/yakky.htm


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.

(E3)(L1) http://www.toonopedia.com/ynkdoodl.htm


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.
Der erste Comic wurde auch mit dieser Zusatzfarbe gedruckt - der Name dieses Klassikers: "The Yellow Kid".

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Peanuts Classics

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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0030850789/etymologety0f-21
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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0030850789/etymologpor09-20
Gebundene Ausgabe: 450 Seiten
Verlag: Henry Holt & Company; Auflage: Book Club Edition (Juni 1970)
Sprache: Englisch

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