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  • Condorito
  • Condorito
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  • thumb Condorito es una serie de historieta cómica chilena, protagonizada por el personaje homónimo. Se lee en 105 periódicos de habla hispana distribuidos en 19 países, incluyendo Canadá, Estados Unidos, Italia y Japón. Anualmente se publican 1369 millones de sus tiras cómicas, siendo, junto con Mafalda, el personaje de historietas hispano de mayor relevancia en el mundo.
  • Condorito was created by the Chilean cartoonist René Ríos, known as Pepo. Despite his Chilean origin, Condorito is very popular throughout Latin America, where the character is considered part of the general popular culture, and has a growing readership in the United States as well. Condorito and his friends appear in a daily comic strip.
  • Its main character is an anthropomorphic condor living in a fictitious town named Pelotillehue — a setting typical of many small Chilean provincial towns. Condorito is meant to be a representation of the typical low-class Chilean people, aka poor, a bit of irresponsible and always ready to party around, but also kind, friendly, ingenious and loyal to his friends and loved ones. During the 1980s, the comic was so popular that it got its own Animated Adaptation, a growing set of derivative products and even a comic strip adaptation for American newspapers.
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mascotas
  • Washintong,Matias,Mandibula
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nombre solicitado
  • es.condorito
  • es.soyfancondorito
gusta
  • festegar
Enemigos
  • Pepe cortisona,Doña tremebunda Vinagre
Amigos
  • Don Chuma,Pepe Cortisona,Huevoduro,Ungenio Gonzales,Tomate,Garganta de Lata
Hogar
  • Casa de condorito
Creador
  • Pepo
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Nombre
  • Condorito
Familia
  • Cone
Status
  • Running/Daily
First
  • 1949-08-13
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Shows
  • Condorito tv
Author
Alias
  • Pajarraco
Descripción
  • Condorito Wiki es un proyecto de Fandom sobre la famosa historieta cómica Chilena, Condorito.
  • Wiki Condorito-fan es un proyecto de Fandom sobre una serie de historieta cómica chilena.
Fundado
  • 11
Title
  • Condorito
Fundador
  • Puga
  • Wylli Lonka
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Estado
  • Abandonada
Website
syndicate
Publisher
  • Editorial Televisa Chile, S.A.
  • Inverzag, S.A.
Wiki
  • Condorito Wiki
  • Wiki Condorito-fan
Primera Aparicion
  • Condorito aventurero
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  • Condorito was created by the Chilean cartoonist René Ríos, known as Pepo. Despite his Chilean origin, Condorito is very popular throughout Latin America, where the character is considered part of the general popular culture, and has a growing readership in the United States as well. Condorito and his friends appear in a daily comic strip. The structure of Condorito is very simple: each page is an independent joke, without any continuity with others (though some jokes are larger or shorter than one page). The jokes are often sexist or male chauvinistic in nature, and some of the details included in the artwork are gender-dependent, but the humor is usually couched in double-entendres that children would be unlikely to understand. One peculiar characteristic of Condorito is that the character that goes through the embarrassing moment and/or serves as the butt of the joke in a given strip almost always falls backwards to the floor (legs visible or out of frame) in the final panel, although new comic strips have now put the victim of the joke looking at the reader instead. This classic comic strip "flop take" is accompanied by a free-fall onomatopoeic sound (usually ¡Plop!). From time to time, this is replaced by the victim of the joke saying ¡Exijo una explicación! ("I demand an explanation!"), usually as a twist or downbeat ending. Another catchphrase, usual for Condorito, but used with almost all the characters, is "Reflauta", to show surprise or other emotions.
  • Its main character is an anthropomorphic condor living in a fictitious town named Pelotillehue — a setting typical of many small Chilean provincial towns. Condorito is meant to be a representation of the typical low-class Chilean people, aka poor, a bit of irresponsible and always ready to party around, but also kind, friendly, ingenious and loyal to his friends and loved ones. The comic debuted in 1949 in the first issue of "Okey" magazine in the form of one-page stories. In 1955, a recompilation of Condorito's adventures was published as an independent comic book. From that moment on, Condorito had gained his own comic book, which is still published on a bi-weekly basis. Some of the Condorito comics have been republished for students of Spanish as a second language. During the 1980s, the comic was so popular that it got its own Animated Adaptation, a growing set of derivative products and even a comic strip adaptation for American newspapers. After René Rios' death in 2000, a small team of writers and artists took over penning the stories, but without Rios' supervision, the results have been lukewarm at best.
  • thumb Condorito es una serie de historieta cómica chilena, protagonizada por el personaje homónimo. Se lee en 105 periódicos de habla hispana distribuidos en 19 países, incluyendo Canadá, Estados Unidos, Italia y Japón. Anualmente se publican 1369 millones de sus tiras cómicas, siendo, junto con Mafalda, el personaje de historietas hispano de mayor relevancia en el mundo.