Adult Fear: Some of his strips deal with things like economic failure, parenting problems, shattered life aspirations, relationship problems, and hopelessness in the future. Appeal to Worse Problems: Deconstructed. See First World Problems. Art Evolution: Like Mafalda, Quino’s style evolved over time. Be Careful What You Wish For: Frequent punch line. Crapsack World: When its not A World Half Full. Creator Breakdown: Quino started publishing during the period the Argentinian military junta was in power, his first works had an innocent yet intelligent sense of humor to cope with the situation; however during the 90’s and early 2000’s he got pushed too far with the worst economic crisis Argentina had faced in its history, so many of his works became cynical and with very little hope. invoked The Cameo: Mafalda sometimes makes background appearances. Christianity Is Catholic: Truth in Television in Argentina, so its completely justified. First World Problems: He mocks in several strips the rich and upper class’ worries of having a good body http://www.pyramidhcm.com/2013/03/13/even-though-it-seems-like-on-its-face-that-this-movie-is-going/, suffering stress and eating unhealthy (junk) food by contrasting them with the day to day struggles and fight for survival of the poor and Third World countries people. He even has addressed and deconstructed accusations of Appeal to Worse Problems in some strips, by putting them side by side in panels while mocking at the suggestion of being Not So Different, and letting the readers to draw their own conclusions. Food Porn: He has two books dedicated to the fine dinning, and a recognition from the Chef’s League of Spain. God: Recurring character. Lawyer Friendly Cameo: Characters in Quino’s cartoons that made background or main appearances are: Superman, Batman, The Pink Panther, Obelix, Tarzan, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, The Smurfs and others. Not So Different: Played straight in some strips and deconstructed in others (usually the ones that deal with economic inequality), see First World Problems. Satan: Recurring character. Satan Is Good: Or at least in very good terms with God. You No Take Candle: Cavemen and aboriginal people are portrayed speaking in this manner.
JK: Well, it’s actually kind of a funny sort of romantic story, in that it can’t happen today. I was in graduate school at George Washington University, and I was taking a class called The Psychology of Leadership, fantastic class. And so my professor tasked us with writing a psychological profile of our bosses. So I was working at the United Food and Commercial Workers Union at the time, and I worked for a man who I was actually physically afraid of. I saw these outbursts of temper, even violence that frightened me. So I wrote a paper about him in which I concluded, with supporting evidence, that he was a sociopath, and that he had psychopathic tendencies. And I backed this up with evidence. So I handed in the paper, and a week later I got the paper back, and the professor had given me an A. And he wrote in the margin, “I’ve never done this before, but I urge you to quit this job.” In fact, I had quit the week earlier. And then he wrote, “Please see me after class.” So I went to see him after class, and he closed the door of his office, and he said, “Look. I’m actually undercover as a professor here. I’m a senior CIA officer, acting as a spotter, looking for grad students who I think would fit into the CIA’s culture. Would you be interested in working for the CIA?”.
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