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In fact, there is little historical context in the comic books themselves. When the fictional dictator becomes a key figure in the film - he acts as a powerful antagonist to the heroes and is the secret father of one of them -, his portrayal becomes an allegory of the Franco regime, one that clearly marks its territory in the present discourses surrounding the debate on historical narratives and memory. The number of cinema goers doubled, creating an industry somewhat more independent from state subsidies. Yet in these years, Francoism as a cinematic subject seemed to fall out of favor. A whole avalanche of journalistic and academic publications on Francoist matters have appeared in the last five years, bringing to light some of the less well known or forgotten topics related to Francoism such as forced labour, mass graves, and post-war repression.
Watson Mortadelo. The comics books are known for its slapstick comedy. It is not unusual to see the characters being injuried or hurt. They have caused several accidents. For example, falling from a fifth floor window and staying alive.
In was the 35th Mort and Phil's anniversary, so he made an special edition tittled El 35 aniversario. He explained it with a burlesque point of view.
That edition had a huge success among its fans. It was not until , a few days after the September 11 terrorist attacks that the last page and vignette called the readers attention to the tragedy. Since its official website stated "that scene was designed as it and it wasn't retouched".
Regarding the attacks: "it was a tragical coincidence". When he was young he had a long hair, but lost it after tested an experimental growning-hair made by Pr. However was bald already on the first stories. Since that "incident", Mortadelo became to have hard feelings about him, even got burn Bacterio's beard with a blowtorch as "prank" i.
He's also known as "Master of Disguises" cause his ability for disguising for every situation. He's known by his temperamental way, specially when is victim by his subordinate's mistakes. Despite this, both are good friends.
Spanish for "aunt", a parody of the CIA as well as "U. After the s, the albums have featured current news, like computer sabotage, the AVE , Islamic terrorism , Spanish and European politics , and specials for the Olympic Games and the football World Cup.
A water tap can sprout from a tree, two mice may be chatting, a vase can contain a foot or an eggplant, etc. An eerie example happened in the final page of the album El 35 aniversario where a New York scene features an airplane crashing against the World Trade Center.
One animated series and some animated films were also produced. Mission: Save Earth , marking the 50th anniversary of the series. Mort Mortadelo [ edit ] Mort is a bald detective with pebble glasses and a long nose who usually wears a black frock coat. He is always fighting with Phil, his partner, mostly because he tends to mess things up, usually to Phil's discomfort: his profound lack of skills to make his disguises believables and common sense have often made him a danger to everyone around him.
His favourite hobby is wearing all sorts of sometimes outrageous disguises - professional and historical clothes and gear, animals, inanimate objects, even small-sized vehicles like miniature blimps and mopeds - which he mostly dons for special tasks or when he is on the run from Phil or his boss, and which all include his signature collar which obscures part of his mouth.
He holds a grudge against Bacterio because he used to have lush hair until Bacterio offered him a supposed medicine against baldness, which actually made his hair fall out.
His real name, Mortadelo, comes from " mortadela ", a kind of sausage. He only has two hairs on his head and wears a white shirt with a black bowtie and red trousers. He usually insults Mort because Mort is quite clumsy, but is often at the receiving end of any mishaps which come their way, mostly in the shape of their outraged boss. Mortadelo habitually addresses him as "Jefe" Spanish for "chief" or "boss".
As the leader of the two-man team, Phil is an educated man and an expert in a variety of fields. While he, as the head of the organization, lives in splendor, indulging himself in expensive beverages and Cuban cigars , he keeps the T. He is very short-tempered and usually gets angry with Mort and Phil because they fail in their missions, leaving a spectacular mess - occasionally at the expense of his own possessions.
Just as often, however, he ends up as the one being chased by his underlings, as his frequently short-sighted assignments cause them no end of grief.
He owns a variety of wild animals that he uses to coerce the pair, including tigers, crocodiles and he apparently has a soft spot for hippos. Professor Bacterio[ edit ] The T. Mort blames him for his baldness he had tried a new hair-strengthening concoction on Mort's then-lush mane, which made the hair fall out instead and therefore the doctor is the unwilling prime recipient of Mort's practical jokes.