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The Fat Fury

Herbie Popnecker Examples:
Two Heads are Worse than One

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Two-headed creatures are the main villains in two stories, and a camel with two elephant heads makes it a trio. They all laugh like this: HAW-HAW-HAW!

Both villains were defeated by being asked to stick out their chins and getting punched. Non-examples include the depiction of double-takes.

Index terms: Loch Ness Monster, camelephant, Foo-Manchoo, Richard E. Hughes, Ogden Whitney

In #3a, the Loch Ness Monster is double trouble, squishing Herbie. HAW-HAW-HAW!
Source: Herbie #3a p.11 (1964-08)
Updated: 2005-03-09
In #3a , the Loch Ness Monster is double trouble, squishing Herbie.
In #6b, Herbie is splashed by a camelephant. SQUIJ! HAW-HAW-HAW!
Source: Herbie #6b p.7 (1964-12)
Updated: 2005-03-09
In #6b , Herbie is splashed by a camelephant.
Pseudo Example: Not an adversary, and not really two heads. It's just Dad being terrified. YOWP!
Source: Herbie #7b p.5 (1965-02)
Updated: 2012-05-22
Pseudo Example : Not an adversary, and not really two heads.
Pseudo Example: Just Dad with the jitters. Herbie taps to get Dad's attention.
Source: Herbie #7b p.8 (1965-02)
Updated: 2013-01-03
Pseudo Example : Just Dad with the jitters.
Pseudo Example: An adversary, but not with two heads.
Source: Herbie #7b p.10 (1965-02)
Updated: 2012-12-31
Pseudo Example : An adversary, but not with two heads.
In #16a, Foo-Manchoo splashes the Fat Fury. SPLUSH! HAW-HAW!
Source: Herbie #16a p.13 (1966-03)
Updated: 2005-03-09
In #16a , Foo-Manchoo splashes the Fat Fury.
Pseudo Example: This is just a double-take.
Source: Herbie #16b p.6 (1966-03)
Updated: 2012-04-08
Pseudo Example : This is just a double-take.
Pseudo Example: This is another non-example. Just Herbie swinging his head around, saying Someone? Turns out to be an insulting turkey looking for a fight. Herbie and perky Turkey get into an all out brawl wrestling on the ground.
Source: Herbie #17a p.5 (1966-04)
Updated: 2012-03-21
Pseudo Example : This is another non-example.
Pseudo Example: Now here is Dad, not an adversary, not HAW-HAW-ing and not really with two heads. Since Dad and Herbie are Popneckers, maybe he's "popnecking".
Source: Herbie #19a p.6 (1966-08)
Updated: 2012-04-03
Pseudo Example : Now here is Dad, not an adversary, not HAW-HAW-ing and not really with two heads.