Randy Jackson
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  • Chicago, IL
  • United States
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Western examples of a tsundere

Started this discussion. Last reply by Captain Comics 7 hours ago. 9 Replies

Bob Saget RIP

Started this discussion. Last reply by Captain Comics Jan 14. 8 Replies

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Captain Comics replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"Early Hank Pym may qualify. He was in mourning for his first wife, and considered Janet Van Dyne a nuisance and an airhead. Looking at his early 1960s dialogue today, it was pretty insulting. But she didn't seem to mind -- you could argue she…"
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Jeff of Earth-J replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
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Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"Maybe. They certainly bickered. It's been a very long time since I've seen it though.  I've never seen (and never plan to see) Gone With the Wind, so I have no opinion there. "
23 hours ago
Jeff of Earth-J replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"Speaking of Clark Gable, how about Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara? "
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Jeff of Earth-J replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"How about It Happened One Night...? Actually, quite a few romantic comedies of the '30s/'40s should qualify, I would think. "
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Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"Yeah, early Gwen was a good choice. "
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Randy Jackson replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"I don't know. Maybe more recent depictions of Lois are lije that, but (definitely) in the Golden Age she just plain didn't like Clark. Plenty of tsun, but not much dere. I know they dated occasionally, but I never got the feeling that Lois…"
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The Baron replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"It seems to me that we've touched on this topic once before."
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ClarkKent_DC replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Western examples of a tsundere
"Somehow, the first example that comes to mind is Lois Lane and how she regards Clark Kent ... "
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Randy Jackson posted a discussion

Western examples of a tsundere

I've been trying to think of Western characters in fiction that are examples of the "tsundere" archetype. Manga and anime are lousy with them, but for some reason I'm having a difficult time thinking of popular Western examples.For those of you who have no idea of what a tsundere is, it's a character in a romantic setting that acts with either indifference or hostility towards the object of their affection, usually because they are unable to admit those feelings to themselves. The classic…See More
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Randy Jackson replied to PowerBook Pete, the Mad Mod's discussion Anything, Everything, or Nothing At All
"Surprised to see Froppy in there. "
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Captain Comics replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Bob Saget RIP
"I see the distinction. And you described MacDonald perfectly. I always felt like he was contemptuous of his audience, which included me. As you say, probably just a persona. He was probably more personable among other comedians, and they apparently…"
Jan 14
Richard Willis replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Bob Saget RIP
"People who actually knew him all say he was a fine, compassionate person."
Jan 12
ClarkKent_DC replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Bob Saget RIP
"I'd say Norm MacDonald was very popular with other comedians moreso than the general public -- his public persona was being a prickly, arrogant jerk -- but there is genuine public affection for Bob Saget and his persona as the genial goofy dad…"
Jan 11
Travis Herrick (Modular Mod) replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Bob Saget RIP
"Full House started when I was still in junior high, so while I didn't watch it every week, I did watch it for the first 2-3 seasons. I was a huge consumer of stand-up on cable, so I was already familiar with Bob Saget. I remembered John Stamos…"
Jan 11
Captain Comics replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Bob Saget RIP
"I never watched Full House either. Or America's Funniest Home Videos. I was only vaguely aware of Bob Saget's existence. But for the second time recently, a comedian who was very popular with other comedians moreso than the general public…"
Jan 11

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At 1:25pm on March 28, 2010, Cavaliere (moderator emeritus) said…
Happy birthday, Randy!
At 10:52am on November 19, 2017, Olivier Marti said…
Hello Mr. Jackson. You offer an interesting idea of "the four just men" as maybe-inspiration of the Joker's crimes in Batman #1. So, what do you think, where does that pirating-radio-to-send-threat-idea in 1940 comes from? Thank you very much

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